I cracked on this evening and got the minis glued down onto the MDF bases. This took a bit longer than expected as these minis are large scale 15mm. So my normal 3 or 4 to a base looked wrong.
I got out the bases that I had and had a play about.
In the end I found some 25 x 40mm bases and went for two to a base. There are sixteen to a pack so two’s worked well.
In the end I ended up with eight x bows and eight x swords as well as a general and a large beastie thing.
As you can see from the photo above the large beastie had a bit of a makeover. This was because he was a bit lacklustre – to be frank he was actually boring and crappy. Which is really weird as the rest of them are lovely miniatures.
Where I put the saddle/pad were a set of straps from the legs that just fizzled out. It was almost as if a saddle was an optional extra. I checked on the website and I can’t find anything to go on it. He is a mix of lizard and mammal and there is very little texture to the skin, I really should blend in that tail section when the superglue has cured fully (who would like to bet I forget before spraying).
My attempt to titivate him is a bit off scale, but it was what I had lying around the shed at the time.
I have my source material ready for colour ideas!
The Lizardman Army was my favourite alongside the wood elves and definitely my favourite in Warmaster. Sadly they went the journey, but the Warmaster army did make me £250 which was used to buy a second hand SLR camera.
I will get these sprayed tomorrow morning and start on the painting tomorrow evening.