Sunday, 27 July 2014

Norse/Viking Casualty/Beserker Vignettes

These bases were originally meant for WAB. Since I don't usually play WAB nowadays (though I do have the occasional game) they have become casualty markers etc:

As usual, i hope you enjoy the pics.....

Beserker Base I

This base was ready made in many ways. All I had to do was remove the rather thick looking sword from the Artizan Beserker and add a Gripping Beast Daneaxe. The Foundry mini he has by the scruff of the neck came just as is so it was very easy to fit them both together by adding a small piece of plasticard below the Foundry mini before grouting etc.


Beserker Base II



And Beserker Base I with a change of base colour to a more frosty style.











Cheers,
Darrell.

11 comments:

  1. Very nice, Darrell! Very "Vikings"!

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    1. Cheers Simon.

      As a quick aside, I guess we could talk about any ideas you have about the Medieval Longbow at Partizan after I've watched a few bounds? Given the time that is?

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  2. That isn't going to end well! Great job Darrell.

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    1. Thanks Michael, maybe I should have done a before and after base :>)

      Darrell.

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  3. Great looking vignettes/casualty bases. I too have moved away from strictly-WAB based armies, but still play it on occasion with several armies left based for WAB. Best, Dean

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    1. Yeah, I've sort of half made the move away and half not. Thing is, a few of the guys at the Durham club do play WAB so I'm all in a bit of a pickle over what to do.....???

      Darrell.

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  4. Lovely work, they do tell a story! Poor fellows last words were "Can't we all just get along?" The axe said "no."

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    1. Ah, the famous "Waterloo" film quote! :>)

      He'll certainly be on the evening news LOL :>)

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  5. They look fantastic- Well done indeed!

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  6. Thanks Paul of the ?Man Cave :>)

    Darrell.

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