Saturday, 1 December 2018

30 Days 30 Miniatures Painting Challenge Round up 4

This challenge was indeed that with mixed motiviation for the hobby in general this past 5 - 6 weeks.

The final challenge came this week with being away with no internet access or 4G. The feeling of isolation lasted for about an evening then the digital detox started. Recommend it to all - disconnect for a week it is rewarding. It also meant however that this post is late, the shame!

So, back to the challenge and yes it was a success with more than thirty figures being completed in time, just mind you.


Two 28mm figures for SAGA or any Dark Ages skirmish game in general. A Gripping Beast Viking on the left and a Foundry Norman on the right.


A Macedonian phalanx in 6mm with 27 figures on a 40 x 30mm.


A mix of stands for ACW gaming with figures from Freikorps (centre) and Old Glory on the outsides. The single figures are for break through markers and the others are casualty markers.


Here is the group shot of everything together; 37 figures in total including the terrain piece.

6mm: 27 infantry

15mm: 7 infantry

28mm: 2 infantry and 1 terrain objective marker.

Cheers for now

10 comments:

caveadsum1471 said...

Nice mix of figures and now you need to prepare for the Analogue Hobbies challenge!
Best Iain

DeanM said...

Great looking figures, Ross. Coincidentally, I was checking out the upcoming Victrix Vikings. I may have to revisit the Dark Ages. :)

roma912 said...

Thanks Iain,

The bulk of the lead for the challenge is already waiting to meet the right end of a brush.

Cheers, Ross

roma912 said...

Thanks Dean,

Been watching the progress of the Victrix Vikings and they do look good. Thankfully I really don't need more Vikings.

Cheers, Ross

L'Empereur Zoom13 said...

All this is good! Even if we prefere 15mm.
Bravo for all!😊

Phil said...

Beautiful mix of units!

Nate said...

Sweet mix there mate!

roma912 said...

Thank you, finding the mix of scales helps to keep moving forward and have developed different methods of painting for each scale.

Cheers, Ross

roma912 said...

Thank you Phil

roma912 said...

Cheers Nate