Saturday, October 6, 2012

Berserkers

Here comes some pictures of the painted Viking berserkers that I made up of Warlord Games plastic celts.

Sorry for the glossy minis, but I just run out of testor dullcoat:(






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  1. These look nice. It is frustrating to run out of something like that.

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    1. Thanks Chris !

      Frustrated...yes... ;)

      Best regards Michael

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  2. I'd be happy with a bunch of those!
    You know, Warlord Games are looking for painters!
    I've applied, but I also think you should try as well! PS. I asked about your banners and followed that link you gave me, thanks very much! I just wish I still had those Andalusian and Berber banners that I did onto some linen, you would have liked them!

    With your basing technique, do you use shop-bought gear or do you make your own?

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    1. Thanks David ! Glad you like my work and my banners:)

      Honoured that you think I would qualify as a painter for warlord, but I realy dosen´t have the time, hardly to paint for my own projects.

      About the basing...as it hapens I have atutorial about that to:)

      http://dalauppror.blogspot.se/2012/02/basing-allmoge-soldiers.html

      Best regards Michael

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  3. Another great group of figures. Even shiny.

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    1. Thanks Sean !

      I hope you got you sunglases om then looking at them;)

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  4. Berserker with a shield and not biting it - what's the world coming to!

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    1. Sorry Stephen I of course should have posted the close-up picture of the shield, there you clearly can see the bite marks on the shield, as you can see that he have some red paint he just chew of the shiled in his mouth;)

      Best regards Michael

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  5. Great looking Berserkers Michael! Wonderful work.

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  6. Dal!

    I finally bought Saga + GB Plastic Vikings. You should get a % of the sales your posts cause! I would love the link your shared with David above for painting banners (above). Keep up the great work sir!

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    1. Thanks Monty, very appreciated !

      Best regards Michael

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