Warbands for SBH

9 April, 2014

  • Ogres

I’ve prepped quite a few monster figures for SBH, but only these two ogres from Magister Militum’s Blood Dawn range (formerly Reaper, I think) are finished. I had a bit of trouble with wash on their faces.

By bending their arms I varied the poses of this figure.

Another angle.

Another angle.

  • Magicians

Most of my magic users are based for SBH, though I have plenty more waiting for paint! The Tabletop figure is quite neat; it’s fairly big compared with my other figures, but comes with a backpack and frypan, as do the other figures from that range.

A Chariot elf, a Tabletop druid and two ERM wizards.

A Chariot elf, a Tabletop druid and two ERM wizards.

  • Normans

I have quite a few Feudal European figures now for SBH. They have also been useful as test runs on an Essex Norman army for DBA.

Knights, all but the two on the right are Essex; the one with his foot on the rock is Two Dragons.

Knights, all but the two on the right are Essex; the one with his foot on the rock is Two Dragons.

Norman archers and crossbowmen.

Norman archers and crossbowmen.

Spearmen.

Spearmen.

  • Halflings

I’ve done a few of the halflings from Chariot’s range. Again they are a good way to see how they will look when I paint more as auxiliaries for a HotT Dwarven army.

Halfling archers and swordsmen.

Halfling archers and swordsmen.

A comparison with some Chariot dwarves.

A comparison with some Chariot dwarves.

A comparison with two Essex Normans and a Chariot elf (ranger).

A comparison with two Essex Normans and a Chariot elf (ranger).

  • Elves

Before I went to Australia I based up my elves for SBH. I added a magician and a sneaker to the band; here a few of them.

An Elven band with a friendly bear. To make a band of such high value character work the bear is made cheaper with the abilities of stubborn and protect (he’s the wizard’s companion).

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2 Responses to “Warbands for SBH”

  1. Phil Says:

    Excellent work, especially for me the Normans and the magicians…

    • Mark Davies Says:

      Thanks, I tried to avoid bright colours for the Normans. I never know how some will look until I put the wash on. I think the Essex Normans are very effectively posed.


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