Wargaming Musings?

I'm a bit of a butterfly in terms of my attention and sticking to gaming projects long term isn't my strongest point. On the bright side, atleast I flit between the same things. Expect an ecclectic medley of Moderns, Dark Ages, Quar and Early Wild West, almost all in 28mm... (with some 1/48 moderns thrown in... )

Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Painting update - kung fu stuff and 20mm vehicles

Just a random assortment of stuff I've had floating around on my desk.  We've got to move next month, so I'm trying to get random oddments finished so that they don't just get packed down and possibly never see the light of day again.  We're only likely to be at the new place for 6 months, so we aren't planning on doing much unpacking - I should have somewhere to paint, and the dining table to play on, but I imagine most of my excess stuff will stay packed. Not sure what to keep out yet - leaning towards the arthurians as it could do with some more progress and the paint schemes aren't too complicated. Plus I very seldom need reference books for details.   The 20mms do call, but I can churn them out pretty quickly so I will have to keep lots out to keep me going.  I don't think I'll have the spare capacity to do the 40mms what with settling in,  finishing my thesis, getting viva'd and then starting a post doc and Christmas... Maybe the Kung Fu stuff - but I don't think there is enough there to keep me going.  Anyway.  Enough wittering! The 20mm vehicles are both from Liberation Miniatures,  and are a Praga AAA truck and an MTLB. The triad gangsters are a mix of Northstar, OOP Chinatown and Sgt. Mjr. Minis. The deamon is also Northstar, and shown next to a part painted Arthurian Militaman. Although it's a dead ringer for the deamon from Big Trouble In Little China,  I'm half tempted to use it for my Dark Age sagas... I also am still undecided on how to do the basing for the kung fu figures, so excuse the primer :-)
The final piece is a figure I've wanted for years - the Glockroach! He's posing with a cybersamurai who will also be for a Fistfull of Kung Fu...


  1. Nice work. Sounds like you will have a busy few months. I hope it all goes smoothly. Good luck with the move.

  2. Excellent love those kung fu figs!