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What will you find here? Ramblings from an aging gamer-miniature painter. When I first started out in this hobby computers were in their infancy and finding other gamers could only be done by going to conventions or as in my case bumping into somebody who happened to see me reading "Panzer Leader" on the school bus. Look how far we have come! The internet has allowed our small community to be able to connect on a level I never dreamed of when I was but a small lad. What I do hope you will find here is something interesting from one wargamer/miniature painter to another. I paint miniatures somewhat decently, so I will be posting some pictures of my work, and perhaps a review or two of games and/or miniatures. Most of all this is just about having fun and anything I post here is meant to be for that reason.

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Showcase: Malifaux War Wabbit

[The following quote taken from the company Wyrd's webpage]

Malifaux, a twisted mirror of an alternate Earth in the 1900s; a world of gothic horror, Victorian structures, steampunk constructs, and wild west gunslingers. Rife with undead amalgamations, monstrous vengeful apparitions, and other creatures that bump in the night.

The wyrd-ness (pardon my pun) can be seen on their webpage here

So needing a break from painting Infinity scifi models I decided to dig out of my treasure trove this wonderfully animated model that Wryd put out several years ago over the Easter sale. It's a War Wabbit that is used as a proxy for the Gremlins War Pig. It's the kind of goofy fun-ness I like and it helped that the model was well sculpted (but delicate).

I don't know the name of the artist but looking over the web I saw some pictures of a painted War Wabbit that I took to in a half heart beat. In general I used the same paint scheme but did change some of the color palette.

Without further ado, here is my War Wabbit.







As always thanks for looking.

Cheers
Kevin





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    1. Indeed, I certainly would not want to be in his path;)

      Cheers
      Kevin

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  2. Mr. Hyde combined with a wabbit. very cool haha.

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    1. Thanks Mr. H, a very fast Mr. Hyde;)

      Cheers
      Kevin

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  3. Very cool figures, Kevin. Superbly painted too, of course.

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    1. Thanks Dean, you could probably use it in your Desert game, Rommel would have a gas with this baby;)

      Cheers
      Kevin

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  4. Nice paint! Not too sure about this but, it sure does look good!!

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