Friday, June 27, 2014

Perry Armored WotR Infantry/European Mercenaries

These are from the WotR Infantry and European Mercenaries boxes - they are fully armored and are for command figures and or heavy infantry. They've been sprayed with Krylon Brilliant Silver and then given a wash of Vallejo Black Ink/Stain.
Other than the silver, leather and flesh areas were picked out and also given a wash. The musician are next.

23 comments:

  1. Lovely work Dean! The armour looks great!

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    1. Thanks, Rodger! Appreciate the continued interest and visits. Best, Dean

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  2. More great looking figs. Nice job Dean!

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    1. Appreciate the visit and kind comment, Jason. Best, Dean

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  3. Cool stuff Dean, just excellent
    Regards HGA.

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  4. Once again really nice work! Amazing how fast you can churn them out. It finally got me back to working on mine. Many thanks!!!

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    1. Very quick - but I must admit I got the tip on using sprayed on silver from a fellow blogger a few years ago. I can't recall exactly who it was right now, but it was a post on his Wargames Factory EIR troops. Best, Dean

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  5. Very effective Dean. Are you going to throw in any painted helmets or coloured straps, etc for a little variety?

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    1. I had considered that very thing, Michael, but got lazy and just went with bare metal for the helmets. Next time :)!

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  6. Your process sounds dead easy but the results are spectacular. I bet you churned these lads out quickly.

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    1. Thanks, Jonathan - yes, this is a very simple and quick process for armored guys (and barded horses too). The finish is smooth and takes to washes very well. You can even gently buff it out with a moist Q-tip to bring out the highlights. Best, Dean

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  7. Great work Dean, I may have missed a post or two but which rules set are you using in terms of basing the figures?

    cheers,

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    1. Thanks, Phil. The rules are a simplified version of Hail Caesar - same as the Haengju game - but with a few special rules particular to this scenario (Bosworth Field). Best, Dean

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    1. Appreciate the kind comment, Michael.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and posting the kind comment, Christopher.

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  10. They look fabulous, Dean! I've never gamed WotR but it is dead lovely.

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    1. Thanks, Monty. This will be my first WotR game too; the closest I've played to this was Late HYW with my French - very similar forces - light cannon, hand gunners, crossbows and heavily armored MMA. Best, Dean

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