Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Burrows and Badgers a Shrew a Sparrow and some Mice walk into a bar.

Last week was very busy and I'm still catching up with putting things up on the blog. I didn't do much painting last week apart from assembling the St Searles figures and getting them based but the week before that I still managed to get a fair bit of painting done in between things. I got a bit enthused doing a bit and ended up finishing several Burrow and Badger figures. They really do feel like the paint themselves.

First up is Honey of the Redhood a Mouse Maiden I love this figure she has if you look closely a chainmail underskirt on. I wonder what is in the basket?





Slinker Mouse Thief





Perhaps one of my fave B&B models whom I have named Swift claw the sparrow scout.




Grint the Shrew Warrior.


 Lady Nutmeg the mouse shield maiden.




My collection of Mice so far. I have one more to add but there are tons in the range still to get! Got to Catch them all!


All my Shrews all that I have left is to paint my Shrew Knight. (I think there are few more to buy though)
The Collection so far.

36 comments:

  1. They look so cute...very nicely done Simon!

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    1. Thank you kindly good sir! Cute but packing a punch!

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  2. Great looking models Simon, your collection is certainly growing

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    1. Thanks Dave. It certainly is. Only a handful left I shall have to order more!

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  3. Simply wonderful figures, Simon.

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    1. Thanks Bryan! I really love the sculpts.

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  4. They do look good, but the whole idea is not for me.

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    1. Thanks Joe. Indeed I would of said the same 18 months ago. In fact I can recall the conversation with Pulp Citizen about it not being my bag and never ever.....

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  5. A joy to behold Simon - and you're keeping the embers of enthusiasm glowing for my own (currently stalled) B&B project!

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    1. Thanks fella! Its one I keep returning to the miniatures are so refreshing to paint.

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  6. Wonderful group, Simon! Swift Claw is very cool, indeed.

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    1. Thanks Dean. I really enjoyed painting him. It was amazing how many different colours do make up some birds feathers.

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  7. Great stuff! Looks like a fun project.

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  8. They are very cool, can I even say cute?

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    1. Thanks dude. They are cute but deadly!

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  9. So cool. Great work Simon.

    Didn't realise the maiden was wearing Chainmail - excellent little detail that Mr Lovejoy added!

    So tempted to collect the whole range...

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    1. Thanks Dai! I am very tempted to collect the whole range!

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    2. Came back to check these out again - makes me wish I had played hookie today so I could paint more of my own B&B collection!
      Darn you for being so inspiring!

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    3. I know that feeling. I am eagerly awaiting news of the next kickstarter. I have money burning a hole in my pocket and I can't make my mind up on the KS or getting another order in anyway gah!

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  10. Lovely work once again mate. Your efforts on this range have been stellar. :)

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    1. Thanks dude. They are cracking to paint mate. You will see what I mean when you start yours!

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  11. Lovely, just as the previous installments. You have quite a talent for these ranges.

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    1. Thank you Suber. They are really just great sculpts and so easy to paint!

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  12. Simon could you let me know where you get these self painting models please as I hate painting :) great looking models & a wonderful paint job.

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    1. Ha Ha yeah I wish I could remember where I brought them from but must of lost the receipt.

      Thanks very much sir!

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  13. Ha, I like them all! I think my favourite is the very first one, though - "mouse riding hood" :-) .

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    1. Thanks Hugh. Yeah I love these models a lot they are a blast to paint and look really good when done. I have to say a lot of the non warrior type sculpts amongst the Oathsworn range have to be my favourites Monks and Nuns are on the cards in a future order.

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  14. You have done an excellent job on all these Burrow and Badger figures. It's so refreshing to see these painted up as I love the overall look and color scheme of the minis.

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    1. Thank you! They are really an absolute pleasure todo as well.

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