A blog full of 28mm Superheroes, Villains and Henchmen (Plus a bit of whatever catches my eye)
Friday, 26 November 2010
Tintin Vs Cthulhu
This is the work of artist Murry Groat, who has made four Cthulhu/Tintin covers, including Tintin in Innsmouth. It's very cleaver and right up my street.
It's kind of got me thinking, as Mark Copplestone already does a Tintin character, and some snow-bound explorers, it could be great fun to do as a mini project (And could possible tie in with my Pulp stuff).
Great, just what I need- another mini-project to distract me!
Thursday, 25 November 2010
More Battle Cars
Sunday, 21 November 2010
Big Game 3 (VBCW) review
Just one of the fantastic battlefieds we
fought over- exactly what a VBCW battlefield should look like.
Saturday, 20 November 2010
More Grey Aliens Sighted!
Yet again these grey aliens are form Black Cat Bases. I have really enjoyed painting these little chaps, and I am looking forward to incorporating them into my supers campaign.
Thursday, 11 November 2010
Key the paint with a file to create a good surface.
Add detailing from left over bitz box stuff, and aluminium body mesh (from car repair shop) to windows to keep the zombies out.
Bullet holes added with a pin drill.Spray Chaos Black, paint with GW .
Saturday, 6 November 2010
VBCW Chester Local Defence Force
Maxwell's adjunct is Second Lieutenant William Pinkerton, who previously worked for Maxwell as a solicitors clerk. Pinkerton is, at best, unimaginative as an officer, but his meticulous attention to detail is ideal for his role as adjunct.
Their uniforms are specially made by the good women of the Chester Women's Institute to a design made by Captain Grover. Not quite as nice as his own, but certainly conforming to his own sense of what an officer should look like.
Friday, 5 November 2010
The Rat Catcher
Law enforcement and heroes have made it a priority to locate the Rat Catchers lair, but so far have turned up nothing, despite numerous sweeps of the city's archaic network of Victorian sewers.I painted this to prove that this blog is still about superheroes and super villains, despite the fact that all I seem to be painting at the moment is 1938: Very British Civil War (VBCW). If you like the VBCW stuff fear not, there is a glut of it on the way soon.
The miniature is a limited edition Wargames Foundry one I picked upon ebay for a couple of quid. it's a lovely characterful model. it was nice to paint brighter colours after the dowdy 1930's armies I have been working on lately. I also plan to get hold of some ratty minions for him, but as always, money is in short supply.
A big hello goes out to the newbies Nick and Cash1204. hope you enjoy and as always comments and so on are always welcome.