Friday, 10 March 2017

From JamesonP: Three Dwarves and a Warg Walk Into a Bar (20 Points)

Or into a tabletop lightbox...

This week I return with some more Dwarves and another Warg. As the first day of Spring rapidly approaches, I fear I will not make my meager 400 point goal — darn you grown up responsibilities. That said, I have a mountain of plastic and lead, so I'll continue to chip away up to and beyond the deadline.

But, I digress...

First up are the Dwarves. The astute reader will notice that these are very to those I turned in early on. This is because they were painted a second table ata recent demo of Cubicle 7's Adventures in Middle-earth.

Next up is the Warg This bad boy is a bit more greyed and grizzled than the other I painted. I feel he's a good embodiment of the NPC he represents  — a real terror by the name of Greymuzzle Hobb.

Finally, I'm not sure if terrain counts for anything in the challenge, but I just finished up my first stone base for a palisade that I'm modeling for Saga. I think it turned out quite nice.

Next week, I'll be back with more American Indians though I also have some Vikings on the bench for my Saga: Age of the Wolf campaign, so who knows? Until next time...

Hi again Jameson! Nice little additions to your Lord of the Rings project, those dwarves look great in their light armour and travelling cloaks, in greys, blues and greens. The infamous warg 'Greymuzzle Hobb' looks suitably mean aswell. Alas, terrain does not count except in the one terrain bonus round but it is good to see what else you've been up to.  
Four miniatures, 20 points brings your tally to 130. '


  1. Nice figures Jameson. I like the Warg.

  2. Like Peter I really like the warg, you made the fur work!

  3. Jameson, from one afflicted with real life and grownup responsibilities to another, my sympathies. What you have done looks great. I love the GW Warg especially, the fur pops. You have me very curious to learn more about Cubicle 7's Adventures in Middle-earth.

  4. Very nice, Jameson. I've always liked the more simple and less baroque dwarves from The Hobbit/LotR. Greymuzzle looks suitably nasty and ferocious. Excellent stuff!

  5. Nicely done Jameson - really like that Warg.

  6. Nice dwarves, love the warg!
    Best Iain

  7. Grand work, Jameson! I quite like the warg, that is a nice pelt he has! I do feel your pain on grownup responsibilities. I am looking forward to Adepticon where I get a whole week to be a 13 year old kid with an old mans wallet(filled with what allowance the wife allows)