Feb 102014

Hi gang! Not much going on here lately, and I’m sorry to report that it’s still the case. Only thing I’ve got to contribute with is this little shill post. I’ll try to be brief. In the future, I’ll post nothing but painted toy soldiers. Honest.

This christmas, I re-evaluated my hobby endeavours a bit and decided to axe as much as I could of my collection and stalled projects. For instance, I’m cleaning out all my 15mm stuff. Painting the minis are almost as much work as 28mm, so instead I’m looking at 10mm for elements based mass combat gaming.

In particular, I’m looking at this Indiegogo campaign:

Click image to visit the IGG campaign!


I think the level of detail and character put into these little guys is extraordinary and can only recommend that you pledge! In particular, I like the look of the mounted “chaos warriors” in this pic:

With 14 days to go, the funding is at two thirds. I would love to see these in production asap, so figured I’d pimp the campaign a bit. I’m in for €28 (7 packs of miniatures) but I’m considering doubling that or at least getting a few extras. To top it off we get a free digital copy of Mayhem too – a rule system I’ve heard nothing but good about.

So, if you haven’t already – head over to http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/evil-men-fantasy-10mm-miniatures/x/6157684

As for what I’m currently working on, I’ve got this half-assed WIP picture to share. I hope to have them painted up in a not too distant future. They’re EM4 orcs that will serve as hobgoblins in my monopose plastic WHFB project. Yeah, those are bows, swords and polearms mixed… I’m not too fuzzed with WYSIWYG gaming.


  2 Responses to ““Evil Men” in 10mm”

  1. Having thrown my lot in with 15mm for mass battles the Evil Men KS is unfortunately not much good to me, although I did heartily froth when I saw ’em. I am very keen to see your take on a smaller scale and basing elements and you already know my thoughts viz. ‘Mayhem’. I look forward to watching this project develop.

    • I actually did a few 15 (or rath 18) mm dwarfs a few years ago:

      You don’t happen to be interested in a lot of Bob Olley dwarfs and/or goblins? As can be seen here:

      Looking at them again, I really don’t feel like letting them go – but I’ll apply the old idiom “kill your darlings” here. I’ve had them for a long time, nothing have come of it and it’s too damn near 28mm to have any major savings in time when painting. Wonderful minis though, in particular I love the goblins with bat suits! =D

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