Most of this weekend’s free time has been directed towards constructing and painting a Tree Lord kit from Games Workshop. It is a rather nice model and large model which took a while to build. It has lots of detail and is quite an intricate model with some 30 odd pieces. The painting was for the most part a combination of washes and dry brushing.
|A Tree Lord|
|Tree Lord from the side|
|The model stands some 14cm tall (5 inches approx.). Here with other models for scale.|
I also rebased a couple of my existing Orc models, a leader and flag bearer.
|Orc leader on boar and flag bearer|
This week I will be returning to the WW1 Palestine campaign.
Nice work on the Ent Peter- at 30 Parts it certainly is a clever model.ReplyDelete
Thanks. At the start I was wondering how all the pieces would fit together to make the model.Delete
Your Tree Lord is a very interesting model.ReplyDelete
I really like the model and it will certainly standout on the tabletop.Delete
Oh I say that tree lord is really rather nice!ReplyDelete
I had a most enjoyable time painting the model. It is a very nice design.Delete
Some old classics there. I have a couple old Fantasy starter sets I will be using for simple skirmish games and paint-and-takes, this definitely whets my appetite.ReplyDelete
The Orc leader is an old model. I do like to old Warhammer orcs. I look forward to reading your blog posts as you begin your skirmish forces and games.Delete
The Tree Lord looks really cool. It reminds of the yew tree in "ReplyDelete
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I had to look this up and there are similarities.Delete
That Treelord is quite a model; nicely done!ReplyDelete
Thanks. It is a large and distinctive model.Delete