Sunday, 29 December 2013

Gandalf and Escape from Goblin Town

I have now finished Gandalf, the last unpainted model from the Escape from Goblin Town set, which I had resolved to get done before the end of the year.  I used the Tale of Painters tutorial, but changed the order of things to suit me more.  See the link here.

I have added in picture of the Goblin Town set, showing the dwarves in particular as well.




Bifur, Bombur and Bob(?)

Balin and Dwalin

Goblin King


Oin and Gloin

Nori Ori and Dori

Fili and Kili
Break now until the New Year when I have a fair bit of accumulated Flames of War to paint.

10 comments:

  1. Impressive brushwork on all of those character figs!

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  2. Very nice job Dan. Well done on getting the whole set done!

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  3. Wonderful work Dan, you've done a cracking job on the set of figures. Must admit my Hobbit/LOTR thoughts are flowing well at the mo'... we went to see the movie again today (wet Sunday afternoon) and when I came home, started the 2nd campaign FOTN game with my eldest, and we are rather enjoying the game play. Having cleared up the 'sliding charge' issue... its making for some good interaction...

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    1. I think getting scenarios going and having a willing participant is central to enjoying the games. Good one with the kids, mine are just a bit young right now. Are you going to get any of the new figures?

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    2. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't... I'll be needing to source from UK, but wouldnt mind the Rivendell Cav, Mirkwood rangers, but I still have a painting table covered in EotD Requiem figs, so I need to clear that lot first... main thing is I've still got tons LOTR figs still to do, so I am not desperate to buy new just yet... I am pressing on the smoke base board too as I can see it being fun for dwarven holds, barren moors and mirky forests, with a green felt overlay with a couple of holes cut in ... as always, so much to do!

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  4. Great paint job on those figures!

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  5. Beautiful figures, the Goblin King's colors are amazing!

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