Just off the production line are six stands of 1/72-scale goblin light infantry as part of my army of evil force. These miniatures are from Caesar's Goblins box with a unit leader from their Orc box (or , in the case of this stand, a standard bearer from the goblin box).
These were designed to match the Eureka Miniatures warg riders I showed off a couple of weeks ago. The match is really good which is nice to see.
These were very easy to paint up over a black undercoat. The skin painted up fast enough that I could do some wet-on-wet bending to get a nice highlight. You can (hopefully) see that on the backs of these goblins.
I wasn't sure what to do about the orcs. What colour is an orc? I went kind of pig-flesh in colour. Not sure if that was the right choice, but it is clear coated now!
The Caesar figures are nice but a bit more variety would be good. Interestignly, they come as individual pieces instead of on a sprue. That speeds up production quite a lot.
I'm also going to play in Tim's Fall HoTT email campaign. As who is playing whom is a secret, I'll refrain from commenting on which country I control. But I am super pumped about the blind diplomacy.
Next up are: Likely some 6mm guys, some 1/72 Rohan cavalry with some conversion work, and some 1/72 elvish bow. Assuming I can get my fingers unstuck from one another.