Sunday, July 11, 2010

Goblin Flyers

After a trip to Drumheller to look at the dinosaur fossils and roast in the valley, I came back with two additions to my nascent goblin army. These pre-painted rubber toys were too good to pass up in the gift ship.

The sum total of my work involved basing them (using a drill at one point) in a way that they could sit side-by-side on the table. Tricky work given their wingspan.

I have a behemoth ready to go for this army (troll) as well as some warg riders well advanced. But next up with Roman centaurs (will finish basing today).

Up next: Some 15mm AWI fellows will get attention next. These are some over the mountain men and some more loyalists. If the weather holds this morning, I will spray primer and aim to finish them mid week.


PatG said...

Interesting to see how they would fair against my dwarven fliers.

Bob Barnetson said...

I was thinking about building some sort of hot-air balloon for my dwarves flyer. Not sure how I would god about doing that--maybe starting with a pop-bottle as the balloon and then building up with putty?

PatG said...

There are a number of Zeps out there made up out of 2 litre pop bottles. If you have the cash, Lego did an airship with a hard plastic envelope and I believe a hot air balloon