I thought I would photograph them as an aide memoire. Mind you once they are back in their boxes I will no doubt forget them again.
First up were some Dead Men of Dunharrow or Army of the Dead as they are more commonly known.
A fairly simple paintjob, undercoat grey, drybrush white, touch of green ink.
A touch of flesh here and there.
Next up a chaotic trio.
Red and Gold gives them a 'classic' chaos look.
I can feel 'evil vibes' oozing from this guy!
Peek-a-boo Chaos style.
Elfy the Wiz on a clippity cloppity. Not exactly a graceful steed.
Sneaky in Shadows, this guy!
Hide in the Woods.
A couple of pack horses. They need a coat of matt varnish. Custom made bases!
A Zombie Horde. Multi-part figures by Wargames Factory.
Not a great deal of definition but OK en masse.
No Michael Jacksons.
Could be a John Revolta though :)
Rollin', rollin', rollin', keep them doggies movin'. Longhorns by Dixon Miniatures.
Dire Wolves by GW.
Check out the teeth.
A squad from Warzone.
Better definition on these figures.
I like their 'tin hats'.
A chum gave me a bundle of armless torsos. I added to them from my bits box and painted them up.
They're a grim looking bunch.
I wouldn't argue with these guys.
I have a few of them.
A 'classic' figure indeed.
An eBay acquisition, tarted up a bit.
Bretonnians I believe.
Obviously to dazzle the enemy.
My Gobboes are numerous too. Note that they are 'brownskins'.
Ranks and ranks of them.
Mean little persons.
A few of them have big pointy sticks.
I think that yellow shield is crying out for something.
Now they are all back in their boxes. Phew!