Image via WikipediaAfter painting the Lizards I decided playing Elves. I always loved Elves especially in the German RPG "Das Schwarze Auge" ("The Dark Eye" for my international readers). This was '98 I think.
However the high elves looked foreign to me. The Wood Elves (as they looked in the 4th and 5th edition) were more familiar to me. Only the Punks aka Wardancers weren't my favorites. Hence I got a box of these cheap terrible plastic unipose archers. The Champion was a gift from the shop owner where I buyed all my stuff. He just started selling Warhammer (more or less) and got it from GW for free. It's a metal waywatcher model. Back in these times I thought every regiment should have a banner. Well...
Actually this is one of my worst paint jobs I did ever. However I tried something like dipping - but I used a brush and washes....
Now I wrote enough boring stuff from my beginnings. Here are my Woodies from the 90s (please don't laugh):
I won't post a bigger picture... the paintjob is not so good.
Thursday, July 30, 2009
After and during the Lizards I still experimented with enamels and Hero Quest Miniatures. Here are the remaining minis. They were painted ca '98, too. (I'm a bit proud for the ambient of the pictures)
Thursday, July 23, 2009
I got a increasing number of visits for this blog. Sure there is just a single reason: I'm part of a bit more modern type of classic web ring - The WFB Allies.
by Friedel at Thursday, July 23, 2009
Friday, March 6, 2009
After I painted my HeroQuest minis and the Skinks from White Dwarf I finally got the starter Box. The Box contained Lizardmen and Bretons. I think I started with another knight first. I used metalic blue enamel on a horse and shiny silver. Well, that Knight was never finished. But then I bought Citadel's acrylic paint and as you can see: I painted 3 Knights.