Saturday, 26 September 2015

You'll never guess what I've been doing?


Yep, for the first time in months the brush has made an appearance!!


Starring
Pack TA01 from Unfeasibly minis
They are actually Tuaregs
but they're posing as Moors for Tangiers.


Co-Starring 6 Foundry minis
as
a French/Jacobite/Spanish/.Dutch unit
also for Donnybrook!

58 comments:

  1. Good to see you back painting Ray, and some nice-looking WIPs. I especially like the Tuarag/Moor miniatures. Very nice indeed. Hopefully your mojo is back with full force and we'll see these varnished and based soon :-)

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  2. My my Ray is painting again :-P Seriously, I can't wait to see the finished results.

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  3. There's nothing worse for a wargamer than looking at a pile of figures to paint but the interest has temporarily gone out to play somewhere else.

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  4. There's nothing worse for a wargamer than looking at a pile of figures to paint but the interest has temporarily gone out to play somewhere else.

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  5. Like the Moors - well done! Feel good to paint again?

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    1. Yes it does Alex, long may it continue

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  6. Hooray! Back to the painting table for you.
    I like the look of your Tuaregs.

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  7. Well, my guess that you'd been smuggling budgies again was wrong. Unless you simply aren't telling us about that part of course.

    Glad to see you're back to the brushes again :)

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    1. Cheers Tamsin, there's not budgie in site???

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  8. I assume therefore that "winter is coming"

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    1. You know nothing Martin Cooke.........

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  9. Great to read that you're painting again.

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  10. Great to see Ray. Enjoy the painting!

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  11. Good to see picking up a brush again Ray!

    Christopher

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  12. You're off to a great start...but eventually you'll have to finish them :0)

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  13. Has it been that long? Glad to see your back to brushes!

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  14. Back on the horse Ray. Well done.

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  15. A very interesting start and the Arabs are looking very good.

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  16. Good to see you back painting. Yesterday, I also had my first real painting session since July.

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    1. Its good to back on the brush, isn't it?

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  17. Good to see your getting back into it again

    Ian

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  18. nice work.look forward to seeing more

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  19. Well done that man, there will be no stopping you now.

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  20. Well, you didn't give us much chance to guess what it was you'd been doing. There was so many possibilities, and imagine all those glorious reader comments that could have been made.

    Here's hoping that those Moors will make you want to paint more-ish. [groan!]

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    1. I can imagine all the comments! That's why I didn't do that! I know what you're all like.

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  21. them Tuaregs (methinks it's with E not A :) look really great! Love the splashes of colour on them

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  22. Congratulations Ray ! This idea of painting the bits of lead(plastic?) we purchase may well catch on.

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    1. I know, wonder if it'll catch on?? Can't see it myself?

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  23. Great to see you back at it Ray! These are a fine looking bunch of miniature men. Now turn off the internet and go finish them!

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  24. Getting back to the table is always satisfying. Keep up the momentum and the units will start rolling off the table.

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  25. Bravo! I need to do the same - "my name is Steve the Wargamer and it has been 9 months since I last picked up a brush".. :o)

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  26. Good to see some minis for Tangiers in progress. Good find on those Tuaregs, I'll have to borrow that idea.

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  27. Good to see that you're back to the brushes. :-)

    And a nice start with those minis as well.

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