Sunday, 22 November 2015

Don't open the Box!

My last daily post for a few days at least.

So as requested here is a group shot of them all together. You know who they all are. So just a group shot to finish the series off until I get the next batch painted.







I have painted something for myself. (Shock horror!) You may recall that I had some loot or swag or freebies from the club last time. One Person (Relfie) generously gave me 3 resin chests to act as frost grave treasure tokens. They were purchased from The Dice Bag Lady £6 for 12 chests. As there are 4 Frostgrave Players at the club Relfie VERY generously gave 3 to each of us. And here are my three painted.

The central chest has my attempt at Verdgis (copper corrosion) applied and while I was doing it was my least favourite, now seeing it with fresh eyes I think I have to say my most favourite.

All in all while not a taxing paint they will add something to the board. I went for grass as opposed to snow bases just to make them more versatile and be able to use them in many more games than just Frost grave. Pirate games, Fantasy games, 3 musketeer games, horror games and so on.

Following the Dad's army figures last week it may take me a few days to get back in the swing so I cannot give a set day for the next post just to say it will be soon. And I am beginning to prep figures and models for Curts Analogue Painting Challenge now, and will be sending out both my secret Santa gifts as well probably this week.

All the best to you all. Have a good few days Clint

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    1. Thank you Fran. That Adrian Mole aged 13 1/2 has a lot to answer for!

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  2. Great group shot, Clint. Very much appreciated. Lovely work on the chests too :-) Looking forward to seeing what you come up with for the Painting Challenge.

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    1. Thanks Mate. Mostly finishing off projects for the painting challenge, but 3 months is a long time so that will most likely change. So It could be anything. I do have a Zulu army to finish though that was started in last years challenge. (And has been left ever since). A couple of Vietnam bits and bobs as well but mostly I do not actually know.

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  3. Excellent group shot, Clint, and much appreciated.

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    1. Thank you Bryan. and you are welcome.

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    1. Thank you Jason more coming soon.

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  5. What a splendid troop of gentlemen.

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    1. I start painting the Converted Civvies tomorrow.
      THank you Michael.

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  6. Fabulous group shot Clint! Nice chests too dude.

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    1. Thanks Bob. I am rather pleased with the middle chest.

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  7. Are we nearly there yet ?
    They look great together as a unit, be it a rough and ready one; looking forward to seeing their civilian counterparts.
    You've done a very worthy job bringing these to 'life' - jobs a good-un!

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    1. Cheers Joe. I have the next 5 undercoated. It will take a few days to finish the first ones!

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  8. Fab job on these Clint! I really can't believe how many posts have not shown up in my feed.

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