Saturday, March 22, 2014

Recap of My Challenge Part 1

While the dust is still settling after Curt's wonderful painting challenge, I thought I'd just give a recap of all my entries, especially since most of them haven't appeared on my blog yet. Apologies for the self indulgence. But I suppose that's what blogs are for. All together I submitted 23 separate entries, so here we go.

One aspect of the challenge I enjoyed were the fortnightly bonus rounds, and I managed to get an entry in for each one. They were:

Round 7: Last Stand. Rooster Coghburn from 'True Grit', engaged in both a physical and metaphysical last stand.



Round 6: Favourite Character. Uhtred of Bebbanburg from Bernard Cornwell's Saxon stories.



Round 5: Casualties. French Infantry during the retreat from Moscow. Some of the most beautiful sculpts ever from Alan Perry.



Round 4: Hero. Marshall Ney, from Gorgon Miniatures.



Round 3: Vehicle. A cart for Hurricane. Beaten by a big spider.



Round 2: Villain. Hengest and Horsa from Musketeer Miniatures. Badger heads are sooooo in.



Round 1: Non Combatants. Some good folks from Hurricane.



As price of admission to the challenge Curt also requested a figure inspired by a character from a Sam Peckinpah film, so I made a little vignette of Bob Dylan as Alias in 'Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid', little knowing how much Curt despises The Bobster.



Next up - all the other stuff!

7 comments:

  1. Excellent work, love the last one!

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  2. Fantastic painting - especially like the wagon, very nice.
    Dan

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  3. Great work on all these figures Dux :)

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  4. I'd forgotten you also had a bash at the Gorgon Neyster. Nice one Dux.

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  5. Lovely recap Dux!

    I curse you. With this lovely figure I can no longer say I hate everything about Bob Dylan... ;)

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