Summer is historically a time when I get a lot of hobby work done. I finally gave in late last night and assembled (as in, got-out, not put-together) nearly everything I have primed and ready to be painted. My plan: slap some paint on everything, then finish them. Should be easy! Here are some pictures of the assembled masses….
First up – the Dystopian Wars section. I have a set of Uncharted Seas walls/towers which I think can be used for a variety of purposes and games systems. Besides the walls we have Canadian ground forces, a few Russian Coalition frigates (love ’em!), and the majority of my Independent Mercenary Company. Some of the small tanks have some basic colors on them already from a long time ago.
The next section is more varied. We’ve got Firestorm: Armada. We’ve got Warhammer Fantasy. We’ve got…. Warzone Resurrection? …Afterlife? Thank you Kickstarter for these one-offs!
Everything together. It is both imposing and not too bad. Spartan stuff always paints up fast…
These Knights of the Realm have been waiting to be painted for a long time. Behind them: mounted yeomen and a mounted prophetess.
Close up of the Dominion of Canada forces.
Close up of the Independent Mercenary Company units.
So, all told, this is what I’ve got on my painting station:
+ 4 stone Towers with cannon
+ 4 stone Walls with cannon
Dominion of Canada:
+ 6 Wolfe class Medium Tanks
+ 6 Archer class Flak Tanks
+ 21 Terrier class Small Tank bases (whew)
+ 6 pocket cruisers
+ 3 super destroyers
+ 2 assault escorts
+ 6 Novogorod class Frigates (yeah, baby!)
+ 1 Sentinel class Terran Cruiser
+ 1 Sorylian System Defense Monitor (custom build – counts-as Skyhammer)
+ 1 Spur class Battlecruiser (Terran Senator checking on the frontline?)
+ 4 Kopis class Sorylian Heavy Cruisers
+ 4 Bretonnian Knights of the Realm
+ 4 Bretonnian Mounted Yeoman
+ 1 Bretonnian Mounted Prophetess
+ 3 Bretonnian Men-at-Arms
+ Warzone: Resurrection Imperial Doomtrooper
+ Afterlife Unity Council Trooper (this one’s for you, Juan!)
Now that I write it all out, it does seem like an awful lot to paint…