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Sunday, 13 October 2013

Flintloque Ferach Elves

Hot on the heels of my last post, showing the Joccian Ratmen which come with the Catalucian starter box, I have now finished the Elves from the same set. So here are a couple of pictures:



These are the four Chasseurs of the Guards. Due to bad weather this weekend, the light was a bit on the murky side.



Completing the Elf force is the officer and a cavalry trooper.


Here is the obligatory group shot. These are nice figures and I really enjoyed painting them. I've got several more so I can build up a good light infantry section for Flintlock and I'm sure it won't be long before they are painted as well. I am taking a quick detour to do some Orcs and Todoroni first though!

Finally, a quick shot of all the figures from the starter set (Gavin requested this and I am more than happy to oblige). I'm sure there will be more impressive pictures once my terrain is all unpacked though!



That's it for the time being. I am now carefully wrapping these as it looks like we will definitely be moving by the end of October. So no more painting for the time being, but lots of Flintloque to look forward to over the winter months!

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    1. Thanks, Phil. I'm quite happy with how they turned out!

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  2. Good luck with the move and thanks for the group shot. Its the way most people who purchase the starter set want to see it. All in and all together.

    Nice work!

    GBS
    www.alternative-armies.com

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    1. Thanks, Gavin. Give it a few more weeks and I'll do you a properly staged shot with my table set up too! :)

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  3. Great job. Good luck with the move. I have been seeing Ryan preparing his own forces via facebook!

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    1. Cheers, Simon! And he has indeed been preparing... Epic conflicts will no doubt ensue! Luckily we both seem to naturally ally ourselves with opposing forces in the conflict!

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  4. All been said already. Just chiming in.

    Very nicely done, looking forward to more, and best wishes on the move. Always stressful moving your figures.

    Last move I held on to my King F'yar on wyvern figure while the love wife drove the car! Couldn't think of anyway to secure him otherwise : )

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    1. Indeed you are always welcome to chime in, sir! I anticipate a similar car journey to yours, during which I shall be gently clutching my Skaven Doomwheel. Too many sticky out bits makes for tricky packing!

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  5. Good job mate! Looking forward to the games!!! :-D

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    1. Yes! New games in the new games room! Can't wait! :)

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  6. Nice and thank you for posting the images.

    Tony

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    1. Thanks, Tony, pleased you liked them.

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