How Men of Quality Resolve Differences

How Men of Quality Resolve Differences
Pudel and Peper attacks - an ugly but inevitable part of any 17th C. British Civil War, "Oh! The Shame of it All!"

Tuesday, June 7, 2022

Oldhammer! A project continuation, p.1: Evil Stunties

"You can tell by my fangs that I'm a CHAOS dwarf! Mwah-ah-ah-aaaahhhhh!"
No, no...they don't suffer from 'Little Man Syndrome'. They suffer from 'Evil Dwarf Syndrome'

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  1. These figures have so much character and your painting really brings that out! (I much prefer the older figures to the newer ones that I have seen) I love the blunderbuss units. With those hats, they look almost Seuss-ian.

  2. Thanks John. I am trying hard to re-evaluated various gaming projects, and while I am getting into some board games with miniatures, like Bladeborn, I am not as keen on the amazing new sculpts. They are very dynamic plastics and certainly meet the modern aesthetic in every way. But... they really lack charm! Also, they are so "busy" with their action poses, that none really stand out. Also, they are too "grim dark and serious" and I find it hard to take GW fluff seriously, so don't want "serious and realistic" figures, either.

    There's something to be said for that Old School look of all the grunts in the same pose with the Leader, Musician and Standard bearer taking up the limelight. My axemen have that going on.


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