It was a steal, though! There must be at least a few hundred of the little guys, plus 2 helicopters, an armoured car and various knick knack, even a handful of Lego bits! All for the unreasonably low sum of DKK 10 (GBP 1.18/USD 1.48). Of course, now I have plenty of little guys to finally try the 'Zombie bash' scenario.
Does Bolt Action work for 20mm? I guess I could look into other games, there is also a pile of Napoleonic era soldiers among the lot. Damn you, Captain! I don't need more systems to fill up my hobby time...
Having just finished my FYSC entry for September, it's time to get cracking with Yakcomp #30! As mentioned in the official competition thread, I'll be doing some count-as Milliasaurs. I started bending some wire today, after that the body will be sculpted in greenstuff, then legs, armour plates and pincers glued on and then hopefully they'll be ready for paint. That's the plan, let's see how it reacts to my building.
First shot is just the first skeleton made, 5 more planned. And of course For Scale showing up to do what he does best.
Ready for paint now! I greenstuffed, glued and primed everything over the last couple of days, although I've decided to snip some corners off the scales before painting, to better follow the body.
Here are the first 3 of them with scales, just some clear packaging from something I had lying around cut in shapes and superglued.
Dark elf infantry forearms. 72 of them. Cut off above the elbow, hands carved into points. With the first one I left the whole arm, but drilling the holes to pin the wire skeleton was a right pain on some of them!