Saka Light Cavalry

Saka Light Cavalry

Tuesday, 6 January 2015

A Little Wolf Action

I bought two packs of Verdel Timber Wolves years ago and finally got round to painting up the seven that should have been done soon after the test figure but somehow I had never got round to it.

I painted up four of them white grey over a base cote of black. These are quite chunky figures so would count almost as Warg size. I really like the models and they have a lot of character about them and maybe some characters in them?

These are some real mean looking boys and well it would be a shame not to use them at some point in the future.

I went with yellow eyes as the photo's I had looked at it was the yellow ones that looked the most scary.

The last three I went with a brown finish, again though with yellow eyes. I also did not put them on a base as the base they come on was big enough. I did not have to gunk the bases as they were alrady textured so just shaded and flocked.

Here is the whole pack including the original test figure, so what's the chances of four characters V eight wolves eh?

17 comments:

  1. Really nice painted wolves! Love the both colours!

    Greetings
    Peter

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    1. Thanks Peter, they will get an outing at some point

      Ian

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    1. Cheers Michael, not sure the players will though

      Ian

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  3. Very nice, I might have a look at these myself.

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    1. You might struggle Ray as the company just ceased trading. You could try Spirit Games in Burton on Trent (thy do mail order) as I got mine from them.

      Ian

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  4. I like these a lot especially the natural colours of them and the barn in the background.

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    1. I use the buildings to hide the riot of paints etc in the background

      Ian

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  5. Good wolves !
    I love wolves !

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    1. That's because you don't have to meet them LOL

      Ian

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    2. right ... but they are fascinating animals !

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  6. Absolutely wonderful Ian! Love them!

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    1. Cheers Roger, I really like them as well, just can't understand why it took so long to get round to painting them.

      Ian

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  7. They look great, and so does the barn :) Greetings!

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  8. Thanks, just been over to your blog, VERY impressed

    Ian

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