Thursday, 29 August 2019

Burrows and Badgers Shrew Cook Frenna

Another random mini finished off the paint table this week. Again another cracking sculpt from Oathsworn Miniatures Burrows and Badger range. The Shrew Cook is a brill little characterful sculpt either working as an NPC type character or as I intend to a vicious vengeful Ma for my Shrew warband! Whether she will be a mage yet with some sort of healing power is to be decided.





All my Shrew's so far. The two on the left visually to me don't fit in. I think I may pick up some of the others and make a bigger Sea faring band with a few conversions amongst them.

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  1. Great work on the latest shrew Simon, an impressive looking band you've got now

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    1. Cheers Dave. I am teetering o an all Shrew Warband theme for the event in October. But will need more pirate type models.

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  2. Great work, such a fantastic character.

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  3. Another one to tame ?
    Great brushwork as always and the group does look spectactular.

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    1. Lol always! Love the Shrews on the Redwall books. Such angry little folk!

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  4. Marvellous stuff Simon, and that basing looks awesome too - really sets the mini off. Corking group shot as well. Terrific posting :-)

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    1. Cheers Simon I love adding all the little bits and Bob's to the base onto them.

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  5. Really outstanding work, Simon.

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    1. Thanks very much Bryan. Rhere is something about the sculpting style that makes them such an absolute pleasure to paint up. There is not one I don't think I have loved doing.

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  6. Haha, this one made me chuckle :D
    Pretty characterful, that's for sure!

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    1. Lol I wasn't fussed when I first saw the green but its grown on me. Once I started painting her just had to get her finished.

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    1. I thought it was quite fitting. Cheers Ivor!

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    1. Thanks Michal. It is such a fun one todo and I love the setting. Many more to come!

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  9. Anything swinging a frying pan's dangerous! Loving these figures Simon.

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    1. Unless they're cooking bacon of course!

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    2. Mmm bacon! Yes indeed bloody painful if you drop them on your toe!

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  10. Takes me back to my catering college days!

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  11. I can just see it like Sam in Lord of the Rings wacking everything in sight with the pan :) lovely paint job Simon.

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  12. That's yet another impressive looking sculpt. Great paint job by the way.

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    1. Cheers the sculpts are just fab. Not one I dislike to be honest! Slowly bit by bit collecting them all.

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  13. Reminds me of an ex girlfriend who during an argument hit me with a frying pan in the noggin. Ah those heady days of being 18...

    Lovely paintwork as ever mate. Those Shrews look fab together.

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    1. Ouch! Apart from dropping one on my foot getting something out of the kitchen cupboard I have been quite lucky lol! Thanks very much Dai!

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