The adventures of an 18th century imagination, located in Northern Europe formerly ruled over by joint rulers Duke Karl Frederick and Duchess Liv.Not to mention the American colony of Ny Tradgardland the 17th century Colony of New Tradgardstadt and the newly restored territory of the Shetland Isles. Featuring a supporting bill of gaming in a diversity of times,places and scales.Hopefully something to interest all who pop by...
Saturday, 29 December 2012
A little light conversion work...
I am delighted with my figures and will set up a game soon using Tidders Saxons v Vikings rules. A pleasing enjoyable half an hours work.
Posted by tradgardmastare at 17:00
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An excellent job on those conversions, I do enjoy looking at your painting style. I look forward to reading about the battle with your new units.ReplyDelete
Those look pretty good. Nice work on the conversions, too!ReplyDelete
(I kept thinking "Rohirrim!" :D )
Barry,don't forget these were preprinted with a little over painting by me...ReplyDelete
Conversions were aided by the plastic which bonds well and is easily cut...
Fit badger do you know of orcs in 40mm at all,I find your idea a tad tempting...
Sorry, I don't know much about 40mm figures at all. All of my stuff is 28mm.ReplyDelete
These are nice pre painted figures, and some good conversion work too. Don't know much about 40mm stuff, other than Irregular doing some and I want to say JACKDAW figures as well? Maybe ask Tidders over at Nothelm Chronicles and Wittenberg, he has shed loads of 40mm stuff.ReplyDelete
The viking and saxon figures by Expeditionary Force are neat loking - I nearly bought some; nice work on the conversion.ReplyDelete
Other 40mm figure ranges
- Sash & Sabre 40mm - Saxons, Vikings and Normans
- Prince August 40mm - Vikings and Saxons moulds for casting figs
I don't know of any fantasy ranges in 40mm.
I'm glad some one has bought some of these! I keep thinking I should order some Saxons to see how they stack up with my Elastolins and my Prince August homecast Saxons.ReplyDelete
Nice conversions btw.