Monday, July 22, 2019

End of the Drought

Unlike the weather, I have not had a shower of painted miniatures & looking back, it was in April that the last figures I painted were added to the blog.

Certainly not a planned event, just seems to be a great many things which have prevented me from getting some paint time.

However this past Sunday I managed to get 4 more figures finished & off the paint table, where they have been languishing.

I think I've had some of these figures for a very long time.

The Conan Barbarian figure is I believe an old Citadel model from the 80's. Also painted up were a Ranger, a Robber Knight & a thief.



As I am still picking through the stuff on my paint table, I will leave you folks wondering what I will showcase next.

Thanks for stopping by!
 

9 comments:

  1. other than Conan, I don;trecognise any of these figures, but I'm pretty sure my DnD party gad a "Conan"; so is a DnD romp on the cards ?

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    1. Thanks Zabadak. The Ranger I believe is from one of the 3 figure sets that came out, possibly RAFM? I believe they were ment to have a low/mid/high level figure for a single character. The Other 2 I am unsure of. I tend to buy a lot of mixed boxes of miniatures at various club auctions, etc. As for D&D its rare I play anymore...still got the Advanced edition of the rules. I was running a Rolemaster campaign as my last RP thing.

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  2. These look wonderfully old school Terry, lovely job Sir.

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    1. Thanks Michael...you will get to enjoy many more of my 'old school' figures down the road as I progress through them

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  3. Pure old school. Nice work.

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  4. Well a spammer reared his head here...he at least commented in broken English & spammed...as expected. He has been punted.

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  5. I used to have the Conan and the second from right figure. Both 80s Citadel. Lost in a move many moons ago.

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    1. Thanks for visiting the blog Doug. I have quite a few more of those Old School 80's figures which were originally bought for D&D.

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