The Road to Fulford

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Re: The Road to Fulford

Post by komura » Wed Jul 26, 2017 6:05 am

I've painted half of medium armored warriors and almost of archer.
But I'm going to assemble and paint U.S. armored vehicles for Normandy.
Also I'm still busy for local community work. So, starting at October is fine for me.

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Re: The Road to Fulford

Post by Primarch » Mon Jul 31, 2017 1:04 pm

Some minis I painted to use as table dressing.

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4 Saxon Monks determined to protect the church.

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Some Monks parading the cross to boost the morale of the common folk. Of course, when the Vikings are in town, they have to parade it pretty fast.

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The local bishop explains how tall Vikings really are.

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Danold Aetheltrump gestures madly as he explains his plan to build a wall to keep out the Vikings.
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Re: The Road to Fulford

Post by YellowStreak » Tue Aug 01, 2017 2:28 am

Primarch wrote:Image
Danold Aetheltrump gestures madly as he explains his plan to build a wall to keep out the Vikings.
...and the Vikings are going to pay for it! :lol:
On the painting table:
Bolt Action Narvik Army
Blood and Valour Gallipoli ANZACs
Fantasy Savage Orks and Empire troops
Warhammer Quest The '95 original!

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Re: The Road to Fulford

Post by jus » Tue Aug 01, 2017 6:23 am

"Believe me,it will a tremendous wall. That I can tell you. I think I've made alot of sacrifices, I work very very hard."

Haha. You know while I coukd never conceivably get into world war 2 or napoleonic era games. I wouldn't mind at least having a go at medieval stuff. I like the guy wait the cross and the monks! Who makes them? ( On a side note, with some conversion and skills they would make awesome chapter serfs)

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Re: The Road to Fulford

Post by Primarch » Tue Aug 01, 2017 6:39 am

@Jus - The minis are all by Gripping Beast. Some of them are quite nice (the preaching guys are great), others are vaguely humanoid lumps of lead. They would look tiny next to marines, so would work well as Serfs. Add some cybernetics and what have you and they would fit in quite nicely to a diorama.
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Re: The Road to Fulford

Post by Primarch » Mon Sep 04, 2017 4:12 am

We now have a date for Fulford.

The usual NagoyaHammer Venue in Kanayama (the smaller room, obviously) has been reserved for Saturday the 31st of March 2018.

So sharpen your axes, grow out your beards and prepare yourself to enter heaven/valhalla!
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Re: The Road to Fulford

Post by YellowStreak » Mon Sep 04, 2017 10:03 am

On the painting table:
Bolt Action Narvik Army
Blood and Valour Gallipoli ANZACs
Fantasy Savage Orks and Empire troops
Warhammer Quest The '95 original!

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Re: The Road to Fulford

Post by Primarch » Mon Sep 04, 2017 9:53 pm

Yes, actually Joshin had one ages ago, long before we started this project. They're from a company called Revell I believe. It looks like a nice kit, though I'm not sure how you would go about waterlining it. You could always have it pulled up on the river banks. :D

I notice that Warlord now have a range of Vikings, with more stuff to be released for Saxons as well. Coincidence?
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Re: The Road to Fulford

Post by komura » Wed Sep 06, 2017 10:50 pm

@Primarch

Thank you for organizing Fulford event in next March.
I'll book my schedule that day.

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