Sunday, 29 September 2013

Falco Stoutoak Halfing Sellsword

Falco Stoutoak mercenary sellsword currently in the employ of the Fists of Iron adventuring company. Falco as a child was always enthralled by the tales his grandfather used to tell by the fireside of knights and warriors battling great beasts and slaying monsters at the fireside growing up. So much so all Falco ever wanted  to be was to be a great warrior.  Armed with his trusty axe and shield Falco is adept at hamstringing his opponents and bring them down to his level so he can finish them. Often seen as no threat by most enemies due to his size they often realise there mistake all to late as the last thing they see is his axe descend to lop off there heads after chopping them down at there knees!

Another fun character from Otherworld Minatures again I painted this guy in bits his left arm below the should and shield are separate from his body. Bit of an unusual one and quite amusing that Clint from http://clint-anythingbutaone.blogspot.com/ commented on my Dwarf thief post about Halfling tank characters!


Next thing I need to is make up an evil list for some gaming. I've picked up Song of Blades and Heroes and Song of Gold and Darkness (Fantasy Dungeon crawl but with solo play). They both seem fun but simple rulesets SoBH I've read and intend to try in the next few weeks or so.







Size Comparison with a Vacation Alien from Khurasan.

22 comments:

  1. A halfling warrior - seriously :-) ? Very nicely done model, though.

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  2. Thanks, Yeah he's kind of cool though. I suppose it all depends on what 'Fantasy' stories you read. There's quite a wide variety of cool characters in the forgotten realms series

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  3. Looks great again, painted to 28mm standard but half the size!

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  4. Although he is small in stature...His heart and bravery fits a giant!

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  5. Another fine addition to the band. Very nice work mate. :)

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  6. You really nailed it with the quality work on this little fella!

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    1. Cheers Fran I really enjoyed painting this little fella.

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  7. I wonder if he sings AMADEUS, AMADEUS... ROCK ME AMADEUS....

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  8. Another cracking job Simon and lovely to see them altogether. Can't wait to see how the game works.

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  9. Absolutely cracking job on him mate. Thank you for the link back. As for the Fatling Tank comment even a stopped clock will be right twice a day! (So Lucky guess!)

    But I do want to see an elf beggar next! or a dwarf on a bicycle!

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    1. Thanks Clint, No worries. Have two fighters and ranger left todo for now. But gonna take a break from this project more on this tomorrow though!

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    2. I vote for a Dwarf on a bicycle!

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    3. Ha that would be to funny but would it have spikey wheels though?

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  10. You make me think I could almost paint at this scale-almost.
    This group is really stunning and I would think you could get commission work from posting these guys

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    1. Thanks very much for those kind words Anne.

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  11. A halfling in full plate, most amusing but nice model all the same! A bit un-Tolkien, but fine for D&D ! ;-)

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    1. Lol thanks Scott. I like Tolkien's work but I like D&D more!

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