Hello and welcome to the new year!
At first, I would like to wish you all the best in the new year.
Above all health and return to normal! Then a lot of fun with the hobby! Let your cupboards of shame with unpainted models disappear and the shelves filled with new figurines!
Such a paradox :)
DwarfCrypt is essentially unchanged this year. You can still count on several entries a month, if the kids will allow :)
There will definitely be no place for models from Age of Sigmar. The next year will not harm this creation of GW. There will be a lot of oldhammer and army building with the WFB 6th edition in mind.
In addition, a lot of wonders from DUNKELDORF MINIATURES and, invariably, a large dose of historical figures - probably this year with an emphasis on the Middle Ages.
Today, however, I will unpack the set that came to me just before Christmas.
Figures from one of my favorite companies - Claymore Castings, this time armed with two-handed weapons.
So what we have inside?
- 4 miniatures;
- 4 double handed weapon.
Everything in a 28mm scale (true 28mm) and cast in "white metal".
The overall look is very, very cool. In addition to static models, we also have those in full battle hustle and bustle.
The only thing that can be a problem is not to drill minis hands.
Fitting a two-handed weapon without a spin is a challenge.
The unit will proudly join my project Mikołaj Powała from Taczew's armed men.
You can use them in many games and systems - from Mordheim, through Bretonnia to Lion Rampant.
Here are the photos of the kit and painted already one armed!