Irregular Magazine Issue 3 - Winter '10

Irregular Magazine 3 / Winter '10 has just been released on the newly resdesigned Irregular Magazine website! :)

Mixed Bag before Christmas.

Got so much stuff painted recently that I had to take some photos to clear room on my painting table.
WH40K Victorians
Heresy Albino Cyclops

Shh, don't tell her

Couple of this tonight.

First, we have a few more Norse Dwarves


and we have some Girl power in the shape of some female Gladiators


BattleMech Lance

I don't know if I've mentioned before my old standing love of BattleTech. For about fifteen years I've been wanting to paint up a light, recon lance of Inner Sphere Mechs - and a few weeks ago I saw the notice on the WaMP forum about a painting competition for Iron Wind Metals - who are the current manufacturer of miniatures for the BattleTech game! :) So I thought I had to take part! And I just wanted to show of the result, as I'm pretty pleased with it :)

The Lead Mountain

In the last week, egged on my friends on [url=]WaMP[/url] and [url=]Twitter[/url] I have photographically documented the fabled Lead Hoard of Keeper! :) It is rather pic-heavy, so I'll just post up the links to the two parts of the write-up on my website.

Irregular Magazine Issue 2

Irregular Magazine Issue 2 has just been released at:


Something a little different for this posting.

Nurgle Champion

Death for the Death God - no, wait, that doesn't work, does it? Anyway ...

Ogres, Inquisitors and Witchhunters

Sometimes you just lose momentum on a painting job and the figure just sits there 95% done for a week, a month or longer. I lost momentum on some Ogre Leadbelchers and they have sat untouched for about 2 years, so I'm pleased I finally got around to finishing these guys. In fact the four of them only needed about an evening's work more.

I've added them to a new album of Ogres.

I've also painted some more Witchhunters, two of them conversions of WH40K figures.

Cake or Death?

I had a game of Necromunda over the summer with a couple of the lads at Sheffield Wargames Society. Since we could only muster two gangs between us, I knocked out these chaps in just under a week. With a bit longer, I think I would have done a bit more with the weapons, but I am still plesed with the way they turned out!



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