Dienstag, 4. Juni 2019

Beastmen and Azyrite Ruins

Finally Grandma Wendy has heard our call and started to produce 15mm stuff. Those Azyrite Ruins for Age of Sigmar fit so well that I even wonder how they could possibly be of any use in 28mm games. After buying two boxes I should be able to set up a ruined city for Frostgrave or SoBaH.
I also finished my first batch of Demonworld Beastmen that mix well with my other chaos models.











Kommentare:

  1. The scenery works great, beastmen are excellent Miguel!

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  2. Great looking pieces and very sharp painting!

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  3. Ace painting and minis. You're really tempting me into 15mm fantasy

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    1. You know that you want it... come to the dark side!

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    2. It's also very affordable, for less than €50 you're ready to go if you're playing skirmish games.
      As for terrain, a lot of it can be used for both scales.

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    3. If you sell all this 28mm stuff, you're even going to have some spare money AFTER buying all your 15mm needs... ;)

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  4. These ruins are almost perfect, perhaps a little bit too large but not much.
    I still got some LoTR Osgiliath I plan to use, I wonder now how they scale up to the Azyrite set.

    Great set of Beastmen you got there, very well painted!

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    1. Thanks, Wouter! I think those LoTR walls are much thinner, at least for the Moria set I'm quite sure. The Azyrite ruins would look much more massive next to them.

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  5. Those ruins work perfectly! They fit the scale really well. I like the Nurgle demon guy too!

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Somewhere in the warp...

...the painting queue is very long. I had this Epic 40k Bloodthirster for over 20 years and never found the motivation to paint him up. ...