Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Milo Tealeaf Halfing Thief

Milo Tealeaf is typical of his race, stealthy, small and quick. Deft with lobbing stones especially from his sling. Milo makes an excellent forward scout as well as having sharp eyes for spotting ambush's and traps. Milo's only downside is his pilfering nature the curse of most Halfling who seem to lack no boundaries when it comes to ownership of personal belongings! Serving currently with the Fists of Iron adventuring company.

Another member bringing the total up to 7! Boy this guy is tiny only measuring 18mm to his eyes he is the same size as one of my 15mm scale Predators! Quite funny to paint the only annoying bit was painting his sword that is concealed under his cloak




36 comments:

  1. Ugly little thief... but great work from your side, Simon :)

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  2. Yeah, I agree, he's not really the cutest being around, haha. Is there a chance you'd put on a comparison photo with 15mm predator? Those "single" photos all make him look like any other 28 :P

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    1. I have a group shot but I'll post that Sunday working on the background for the other halfling before posting pics.

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  3. Nice brushwork again, Simon. I wouldn't know he was so small. Nice green and the sword shows up well in red. Best, Dean

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    1. Thanks Dean. I'll defo take a pic with some of my 15mm figs

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  4. That's a nice sculpt and quality painting as is your standard, well done.

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  5. He seems a bit on the shifty side well done.

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  6. Lovely work but I'm getting flashbacks of that git Frodo!

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  7. Nice work on the furry footed addition mate. :)

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  8. Whoa he is impossibly small! But you did a grand job with him. He's ever so cute!

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    1. Thanks Anne yeah he's quite a small dude.

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  9. "Tealeaf"?! Is that just a professional name or is it really his family's surname :-) ?

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    1. He won't tell so we'll never know for sure. Maybe he stole it?

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  10. Great work Simon. I do like the hobbitses

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    1. Cheers Dan its made me want to do a Halfling Warhammer army for some reason. I'm hoping its just a passing fit though!

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  11. Nice, I had played a female Halfing Thief in DD years ago.back in my school days

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    1. Cheers buddy, I quite like Halfling in the Forgotten realms they are always quite amusing characters.

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  12. Dwarf Thief, FATLING thief, what's next Elf Thief, Orc Forger, Goblin Getaway driver, Gnome arsonist? Looks like you are building a thieves guild, you started with the enforcers and now on to the work-a-day thieves.

    I shall have to start calling you "Fagin!" if this keeps up!

    All that said he does very much look the part and fits well with the rest of the crew.

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    1. LOL No more thieves for now I do have some more enforcers to build as well as a ranger.

      Thanks very much this comment has amused me very much!

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  13. Great work there Simon you have captures the feel for the character well

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