Friday, 20 January 2017

Let's Start A New Year With A New Force

I've decided to start a new army for this year. I am not sure when it will be done but I have mapped out some things to work towards. I will be using Lion Rampant as ruleset. I know I have done things like this in the past and diverted and just made random units. I will try to work towards finishing this project a lot better this time around.

These are the first mounted men at arms led by their lord "Vaneer Westmark".
Tell me what you think.





Sunday, 18 December 2016

The Goods

Hey everyone,

I have another update for you. I made a small cart for the escort missions and took some pictures to go with it.





Sunday, 27 November 2016

Solomon And Knights

Hey there,

It has been a while again. I do have another update for you guys. Namely Lord Solomon Ravenstone himself. He is finally done and his knights to go with him too.

He is the leader of the army for the Ravenstone side. Using the Lion Rampant rules he is included in the unit already here.





Sunday, 23 October 2016

What's What

Hey there everyone,

I am not keeping nice track of my posts of late. Instead I keep falling behind and switching projects.. hating the stuff I already made and wanting to do things better and different.

I think that I will get there at some point. For now I mean to give you a small update of the current status of my projects and share some pictures I made because I felt like taking them. Mainly because I wanted to see what I managed to collect and paint over the past year.

The medieval army is coming along quite nicely. I have finished about half of the force now minus the banners and some basing. I can't really seem to take nice enough pictures to post here of the progress. Those will follow later.

What is left to paint you ask? So far what is left are the spearmen (12), some light cavalry (6 mounted models) and 1 more heavy cavalry model.


To close out this post I would like to share with you some pictures I took last night of my Dark Age models. Just to liven things up a little.