Work continues on my Elven armies. Those readers with a sharp eye can spot Gruarth the Beastmaster and both his Sabretoothed Tigers (top left).
He's one of two official beatsmasters available in Warhammer 4th edition. I'll show Skaw the Falconer in a future blogpost.
My new discovery I wish to talk about in this blogpost is TEC-7. I really dislike the usual superglue that sticks to everything execept your miniatures. Unfortunatelly this is still the best option for small parts. But for glueing large metal parts, TEC-7 is a blessing.
Following exemple are the wings of my favorite dragon miniature. No pinning was necessary.
I added some larger sand pebbles into the glue, to paint as scales later.
Following miniature (also by Marauder) is the Elven Attack Chariot. It was on my wishlist for a loooong time. And I finally managed to score one for an acceptable price on eBay.
The steeds and chariot each have their own separate slottabase. I can play with only 2 steeds or pay for 2 extra. TEC-7 came in very handy! The chariot has quite some weight and only 2 points to attach to the base. (I added a third mount point by adding a rock under the cart.)
Wood Elf Attack Chariot rider Prince Lolair Gilandiril will attract a lot of attention when painted and ready for the table-war. I really like his vintage Citadel shield.
In this blog I'll talk about various miniature games. Custom miniatures and minor conversions are my favorite pastime. I'll cover scenery making and painting too. The WIP you'll see here is all about Necromunda, Epic 40,000, Warhammer Fantasy 5th Edition, Warmaster and Warhammer 40K 3rd Edition.
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