I am also repainting the whole command group (as you can tell on account of the drummer's weird colouring) and am looking into repositioning the drummer's arms, though he looks okay, I mean, it is not a masterpiece, but I think the model conveys the idea of smashing sticks onto a drumskin...
Games Wok-shop released a new miniature that is riding santa's sleigh.
Games Wok shop, producing the finest red curry woks since 1986.
Of course, this Llama will buy this stupid kit because he is in love with howdahs and chariots and the like:
We can all just take for granted that the sleigh is as big as your liver, but hey, hey, with some work I think I might be able to replace my Swan Sky Chariot's vessel with this one. The wolves could be modified into some huge Lord of the Rings beasts of some kind... The rider will go either left or right, so to speak (extermination via the bin or for spare parts).
It can go either way...
I have been looking at old paintings from sieges and medieval military installations as well as chariots and howdahs to get some ideas for the Rhûn Automatons, and I found this famous picture from the siege of Orleans (yes, I missed an axang grave or cursive there - it is the same thing with the pointless use of roof-axang (acutes) and other little signs that no one cares about when GW named their different LotR models, like Amdûr and Khârna - it is a hassle to press those two extra buttons and I never use those signs) and these three guys just cracks me up; it is like "yeah, sieges aren't that bad actually - I kind of like this... ".