Night Goblins – Spitters

After a completion of a horde of sharpsticks, time to build some spitters. Same body as the previous model, minus the shield. And a "bow" added. Those bow are massive, but should be printed without trouble. The red line on the picture is the "zero" height, each little square on the grid is one millimeter. … Continue reading Night Goblins – Spitters

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Night Goblins (home made)

While working on a scenery for Frostgrave in 15mm, the mailman put a book in my postbox: King of War. The rule for mass battles with plenty of big miniatures. I already have an army of Night Goblins made for the defunct Warhammer, and liked the look and sharpness of all thoses pikes and noses. … Continue reading Night Goblins (home made)

3D Printed 4mm micro-army

After a few test, production began. Low temperature for PLA - about 182°, low print jerk - 5mm/s, low print speed - 15mm/s. Better result. Cavalry modelled and printed, then bowmen modelled. Quick paint of 96 infantry figures and 28 cavalry in less than 3 hours (undercoat, drying time and coffee time included). A close view … Continue reading 3D Printed 4mm micro-army

King of War in 4 mm

A complete army of night Goblins was painted a few years ago. With Goblin catapult, Giant, some Orcs, fanatics etc. My opponent was playing with a Bretonian army adapted for the rule "King of War", but never finished to paint his huge 28mm figures. Not speaking about the  massive surface needed for a quite small … Continue reading King of War in 4 mm