Edheldu - never ending stooory

The Huorn, testing simple colour-scheme, trying to get a light grey and white/green hue - a neutral tone suiting the grey colour scheme I chose for the Wood Elves in this army. A colour scheme that proved to be crap. And lastly, a DIY Warhawk with copied wings. There are only feathers on the top of the wings, hehe...


Mordor Trolls WIP

Needs a lot of paint and before that, some filing and filling.

Mordor Trolls. Seven... Six of which are heavily converted.

AND ALSO IN THIS NUMBER: Engelskakurser. The above mening - "six of which... " is that something one can say in English? And could someone please enlighten me on the correct use of has/have?


Ent, painted (WIP, though)

Note that the base isn't done yet (brown rim and the rock needs a lot of fixing).

Not that hippety-hoppety...

Goodnight. Or is it good night?

Edheldu List

The finished project will comprise the following formations and units:

Huorns, single company formation x2 - using Uruk-hai Berserker rules with a small twist and a points modification. Models are WHFB "Dryads".

Edheldu Archer Warband, three companies x1. Wood Elves' rules. Models are LotR Wood Elves.

Edheldu Warband, three companies x2. Wood Elves' rules. Models are LotR Wood Elves

Ent. Homemade model.

Pukelman x1. Using Ent rules. This one is included for variation and theme. Probably find another name. Homemade model, using the art by famous illustrator Angus McBride, RIP.

Forest Dragon. Not sure about rules here. Homemade model.

Warhawk. Probably using Great Eagle rules. Again, this one is included for "the diversity of the forest" etc. Sadly, another WHFB-model: "Stupid Mage with Big Hat on Warhawk". Which again makes me wonder of the spelling rules of the English language. Warhawk, wargear... surely they aren't supposed to be written as one word? It sounds, when read, like "wardjear" instead of War... Gear... But words like, let say "Top hat", is spelled as two words when it apparently is one word, tophat - oh, I get it now, it looks like tof-hat... okay... I rest my case, it is because of the stupid spelling rules of the shitty English language.