Archive | March, 2012

Dark Judges Group Photo

I just realized I didn’t put up a group photo when I finished my Dark Judges last week.  Here it is.

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Judge Fire and Judge Fear – Dark Judges (2)

This is the second round of Dark Juges.  I really like the Judge Fire figure but the Judge Fear figure leaves me a little cold.  I wasn’t really inspired while working on it and it shows  I think.  I tried to strip the paint from Clix figure but that didn’t work, so I just primed […]

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Rolls Royce 1920 MK 1

I found a nice vehicle to accompany my British troops in the IWI or VBCW.  It’s a very nice Rolls Royce 1920 MK1.  It’s from Company B, but at the time that I ordered it they were out of stock and I had to order from Brigade Games. This was a tricky model to put together, luckily […]

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Fresh B’Hoys – IRA (3)

Just finished popping the paint on some new B’hoys.  This is the second group of the Musketeer IRA Advancing models that I painted.  I swear I ordered the IRA Shotguns pack, but I’ll roll with it.   I’m going to need multiple packs of each before the end. I’ve tried to paint each group with […]

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Judge Death and Judge Mortis – Dark Judges (1)

I have been eying these models for a long time, but never really got around to ordering them.  That is until I saw the awesome work going on over at Sho3box, he’s done a fantastic job showing off his work on various Judge Dredd models.  It gave me the inspiration and push I needed to […]

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British Regular Painting Guide

This is mostly for my own reference, but hopefully it will serve to help others who start out clueless.  The following paint scheme should work for the Irish War of Independence, the British Expeditionary Force in WW2,  and a Very British Civil War. All colors are Vallejo Model Color. I’m also using the following for […]

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British Regulars (2)

I’m becoming quite addicted to these Musketeer Miniatures.  It seems they are incredibly fun to paint, I just wish there was less cleanup involved in the process.  It seems that the mold lines take quite a bit of work to get rid of, and there are some blemishes on many faces that I dare not […]

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