Phew! Well, that's another assignment submitted for good or ill. So, I haven't been particularly active on the old hobby front lately. However, I don't like to post on the blog without putting up something nice to look at, so here's a few things I prepared earlier:
This is Conan v1.0, my original attempt at depicting the famous barbarian. He's a berserker from the Demonworld Empire range. Still got a bit of a soft spot for this model. Sure, the proportions are a bit cartoony compared to the Copplestone Barbarians, but I like him. He'll probably still get used in games of Crom or SBH, for a bit of variety.
Next up, we have Pulp Citizen to blame for this:
Comissioner James Gordon for 15mm Batan games. After I saw PulpCitzen's Riddler from the Knight Models range, I had to scratch my Batman itch a little. So, after a rummage, I got out the green stuff and converted one of Rebel's Irish hitmen. Seems like more work on paper than it was in practice. I just lengthened the coat, and added lapels, a shirt collar, tie, glasses, moustache and that odd belt that often dangles unused on the back of the raincoat. Just finished painting him today. I'm considering adding a little something to the base to brighten things up. Part of a chalk outline, or a piece of police tape blowing past his feet, perhaps?
There's one last Irish hitman remaining, so maybe I'll go for a conversion with a bit more panache and try a Joker conversion on that model.
Other than that, I'm building up a stock of cleaned and primed models ready to paint over Xmas right now, so I can enjoy a festive painting binge.
Kim and I are also planning some games to play, since this is one of the years when we spend Christmas at home, rather than travelling. So far, we're looking at Kim's favourite game, Mighty Monsters, followed by her second favourite, Mighty Armies. I fancy a bit of Crom, and some sci-fi gaming, so possibly a bit of 5150 or Dead Walk Again (who knows, maybe both?), and we'll be trying out the Pulp City rules in anticipation of the kickstarter coming up at the end of January.
So, as you might guess, we won't be watching the re-runs of Harry Potter or the Great Escape on telly this year! Anyone else making hobby or gaming plans for the festive season, or do you just look forward to a break and a post-turkey nap?