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Sharkbelly's AoS Projects

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Long time Warhammer player here. While I am sad to see it go, I do find the possibilities of Age of Sigmar intriguing. I like the skirmish style of it. To that end, I am switching some of my old stuff over to AoS. Here are some pictures.

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This battlefield is probably a little tight for WHFB, but still allows lots of room for AoS.

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Here is the fortified manor.

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Here is the Garden of Morr and some extra gravestones.

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Farm fields and a Forge World well.

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Skullvane Manse, including a close-up of the "elevator."

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Really nice looking table, would be great fun to play on. Your use of the giant parts on the manse for the lift are inspired ?

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Really great terrain! I think it would look even more amazing on a printed battlematt or something similar rather than the plain green.

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Well, I decided to get a crusade case. The family and I are flying back to our overseas jobs today. It is now packed with all the miniatures I want to bring along--some painted and some not. Here is what's inside:

18 Lothern Sea Guard
Bolt Thrower
Mage

The Silver Tower minis that I couldn't fit in the box

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10 Corsairs
5 Harpies
Some Dark Elf Characters
16 Dwarf Slayer Pirates
Dwarf Cannon and Crew
12 Reaper Miniatures
A bunch of Araby models

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A giant, kharybdiss, ironblaster, and 3 trolls
(These are actually sandwiched in between trays, and not in one. The trayes do not easily accommodate large, intricate models)
30 or so Marienburg Empire models

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A half dozen or so ogres and 20 gnoblars
30-40 Empire Pirates

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I'll post an update in a couple of days when we have arrived. We'll see what condition everything is in!

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Everything seems to have made the trip in great shape. Now that I have my stuff here, I have started a few projects. The first is a mermaid.

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My next project involves a party of Arabyan-themed adventurers. I'd like to have one for each of the 5th Ed. D&D core classes. I'd also like to have many of them mounted as well as on foot.

Here are the first two, a dwarf bard and a sorcerer.

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Looking good! I'm a big pirate fan and these have lots of character!

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Thanks! It started as a pirate-themed Dogs of war army around 12 years ago. Over time, it has grown into six separate armies and many other models as well.

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This was a fun little conversion. He'll be an animal companion or maybe even a rogue character:

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I used the 40K Jokaero, but took out the techie details.

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How did you do the black skin tone? Looks really natural!

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Thanks! I'm happy how it turned out, and it seems to have photographed well. :-) Next up is the first of my "mounted and foot" models. I want to have one version of each for the main characters for use in games. These two aren't quite a perfect match, but close enough. One Al Muktar's Desert Dog and one Vendetta Duelist.

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Many years ago, I modeled up some spearmen/pikemen for my dogs of war pirates.

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Last summer, I ordered some spearmen bits to replace the ones I had put together.

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I like how they turned out! I think I'll go ahead and do the rest of the unit.

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I just finished up the party wizard.

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I'm going to have to pause on this project for now, as the two final models (Mordheim Merchant and Fire Wizard) haven't arrived yet. Good thing I have other stuff to work on in the meantime...

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