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Wednesday, 8 November 2017

A Viking Project - Part II

Next instalment of the Viking project.

The standard bearer is from Gripping Beast with LBMS banner.


Viking warriors from Saxon Miniatures - loose weapons to be added later. Shield decals LBMS.


Viking Leader from Warlord Games.























The basing is the usual combo of pva & sand, painted in a series of earthy tones. I have used tufts from Leadbears Tufts (made in Australia), and static flock.

Another part to follow...

All the best,
John.

19 comments:

  1. Awesome work as always Jack! You always inspired me to dark ages painting :) Thanks!

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    1. Thanks mate, your work is inspiring as well :-)
      I like the way you create characters and put a lot of thought into your projects.

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  2. Splendid banner and great painting Jack!

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    1. Cheers Phil, I can't lay claim to the banner, glad you like the painting tho :-)

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  3. Outstanding work on the shields and banner, but the rest is of high Quality too.

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    1. Shields and banner are decals. Thanks :-)

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  4. Stunning results John! Lovely choice of banner too.

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    1. Cheers Rodger, can't take credit for the banner. The whole project is for a gentleman in New Zealand actually :-D

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    2. Well, there are a few of us Kiwis that like playing with the odd model soldier from time to time. Maybe I might see them in the flesh one day.

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  5. Great painting! But the Warlord miniature is from Gripping Beast not for Warlord Games :D

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    1. Dang! You are right, I got muddled again. Thanks :-)

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  6. Superb- your dark age work is some of your best.

    Cheers,

    Pete.

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    1. Cheers Pete, it's some of my favourite too :-D

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