Friday, 20 May 2022

Elf on the shelf, sorry painting table!

 Work in progress, a long time coming.


 
Figures are Vendel Miniatures, now called Bloody Day I believe.


Next job is to add shields and spears then base them.

10 comments:

  1. These elves had an armoured or archered Kibbo Kift look to them!
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    P.S. Congratulations on now being a City Boy!
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-61512746

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    1. Know exactly what you mean re Kibbo Kift.
      Thanks for your congratulations! There is so much confusion re what constitutes a City these days. Having a Cathedral was good enough for me.

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  2. Great figures and well worth the wait!

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    1. My thoughts exactly! Trying commenting with this different option, still seems very odd indeed.

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  3. Very nice range... a real shame they went to the USA.

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    1. I have always liked them, especially their quirky giants ( almost as fun figures as the Mythical Earth ones with patched trousers) and the elves. It is indeed a shame them went across the pond. I shudder at the thought of postage/important duties…

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  4. These are indeed very nice figures...might check out the new name online....

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    1. Well worth a look imho. Underrated I feel and deserve more coverage.

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    2. I forgot that the range is now owned by Thistle and Rose miniatures. They have a Facebook page but no website l can find. Email them at-
      mailto:thistleandroseminiatures@gmail.com

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