This is a really terrific new online magazine - Wargames Painting and Modeling. I just download issue 1 and read through it. There are some of my favorite painters writing about how they do such amazing work. I can't wait for the next issue!
I have finally finished up the first 6 Warg Riders for Lord of the Rings. The are cool plastic models that go together very easily, and like most of the LoTR figures, they are a breeze to paint. Here are a few individual pictures.
Some don't like the body seam on the neck of the Warg. I don't have a major problem with it, the picture above is probably the most noticable of the bunch.
This is a unit of Iron Warriors that I painted for my friend Tom. Tom has been unnecessarily patient. I think I took on this painting commission more that 2 years ago. Granted, I have some really good reason for not getting around to finishing these, but still, I should be done by now.
These guys turned out better than I expected but they are still not very good. I have a very bad primer coat and I should have stripped them and tried again. At least I should have bought new ones and done them right. Tom likes them, but he is very nice and would never tell me they suck ;-)
FoW FoN 0-0-0 Bolt Action 1-0-0 SAGA 0-0-0 Kings of War 0-2-0
Black Powder 2-0-0
Warhammer Quest 1-1-0
Warhammer 40K 0-1-0
Here are the games I play regularly.
Flames of War
Black Powder SAGA Bolt Action
Kings of War
These games are played every so often.
Wings of Glory
These are the games I dream of playing or am building forces for.
Then there are the games that have been retired. Not all of these are bad. In fact some are really great. The reasons for retirement are varied.
The Great War Empire of the Dead Clash of Empires Lord of the Rings:SBG Warhammer Ancient Battles Battleground World War 2 Arc of Fire Johnny Reb III Crossfire Rules of Engagement Rate of Fire Legends of the High Seas Necromunda Warhammer 40,000 Waterloo Legends of the Old West