Thursday, October 8, 2020

Empire handgunners: conclusion

Group shots:

Well, I can't say all went well for this regiment. Still on the bench and for a while: mantlets and an ogre with an arquebus. And I'm still undecided about the addition of a standard bearer. 

We'll see if the painting mojo comes back!

Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Empire handgunners #7, #8 and #9

Below an arquebusier (F2 fighter), the coachman (C46), and the 3rd version of the MM60 F7 fighter.

And the second batch completed:

Monday, October 5, 2020

Empire handgunners #5 and #6: the Swashbucklers

I couldn't find any reference of the first model until I discover the CCM Collectors series page. Problem solved, he was sold as a Swashbuckler in a blister with a second model you could find in the Citadel Dogs of War range.


Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Monday, September 14, 2020

Empire handgunners #3 and #4

 The imperial pistolier is an old Citadel F2 Fighter:

And here is the second version of the Marauder MM60 F7 fighter. As the casting was rather bad, I have repaired the barrel using a gun from the Empire handgunners box. Et voilà!

The Merchant of Nuln

The Merchant of Nuln was initially painted to join the guildmasters of Pfeildorf, but I've finally decided to give him his own regiment, a bunch of hired gunners. 

The model is an old C2 wizard, Derver, designed by Aly Morrison, while Hugo the halfling was probably designed by one of the Perry twins.

Monday, August 31, 2020

Militia done (again)

That's it! I'm officially done with Pfeildorf's Guildhouse and its militia :)

Sunday, August 30, 2020

A Dwaf Ambassador

Zamnil Sharpblade represents the trading interests of Karak Norn in the free city. As such, he is a regular guest of the GuildHouse, and sometimes joins the masters of the guilds when they parade with the militia. The only thing he stubbornly refuses is to use a halfling to bear the arms of his Karak.

The model is a Citadel dwarf merchant "Ragnar Geltberg", slightly converted by rotating the left hand and adding phalanges. The color scheme and the arms of Karak Norn come from the last Dwarf Army book for Warhammer (before AoS).

The last four additions to Pfeildorf's militia: