Sunday, November 27, 2016

Dwarf Warriors and a New Challenge

I had originally meant to wait until all three stands of Dwarf Warriors were completed, but then other life stuff came up and I didn't want to let the blog go too long without a post.  So, here's two of the three Dwarf Warrior units I have for my Warband.




Also, something new in the works.  This year I have decided I have enough free time to participate in the Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge.  I've watched this for several years, but never felt like I had the time to join the fun.  This year will be my first, and I've set myself the goal of 500 points.  I should be able to make that.  Now I'm in the process of sorting out and preparing some miniatures to be ready for paint when the first day starts.  Also, if you are participating and need someone to join in on the group tribute to send to Curt please let me know.

I do plan to have this last unit of Dwarf Warriors done before then!

Rod

22 comments:

  1. WooooW I'm really love these Dwarfs, but bases are excellent!

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  2. These are superb Rod and great to hear that you will be taking part in the challenge, it is a lot of fun.

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  3. They look colorful, superb...and a little bit undisciplined, I love this!

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  4. Colourful little buggers Rod, nicely done!

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  5. Hi there
    I have shared your blog post on 10mm Wargaming Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/10mmwargaming/) and 10mm Wargaming Facbook Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1485781548417483/)

    Take care

    Andy

    http://www.10mm-wargaming.com/

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  6. Nice dwarves and welcome to & good luck in the Challenge :)

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  7. Outstanding work Rod, these guys are fantastic!! Cheers!

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  8. Fabulous dwarfs!! Love the stunts fellas

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    1. I've always had a soft spot for Dwarves! Thanks dGG!

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  9. Howdy, Rocky. You've found your modeling mojo-rhythm with the paint and paint brushes on these short-ones.
    Enjoy the new challenge!

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