But, in May I finished up my Goblin Kings of War army, so figured that I would at least share the pictures of that with you!
1. Paint a Kings of War Army- FINISHED
This goblin army was made up of miniatures almost solely provided by Games Workshop, and put onto bases made using a Greenstuff world roller and Miliput, and differing rocks and other things to make it feel like a ruined dwarf hold. I am really, really happy with how it has all come together in terms of the colours and the basing- between the Krieg and these I am really proving to myself how good I can make my least favourite part of the hobby (basing) look when I put in actual effort!
Finishing up the goblins was my real lockdown project win, I really am not sure how I would have got it done if I wasn't in that "well, I have nothing else to do" mode!
Even better from my perspective is that I have now played a couple of games with it, and have really enjoyed it! I think KoW is absolutely going to be in our regular game rotation from now on.
Anyway, onto the army!
|The whole army in it's storage container|
|Can't have a goblin army without some sharpsticks!|
|And by that I mean a lot of sharpsticks!|
|And some rabble..... (squig to come soon!)|
|And a horde of spitters (archers) too|
|And a wee regiment of spitters|
|Rounding out my infantry is a unit of Luggits (fanatics!)|
|My squig herd|
|Another view of the herd|
|A horde of squig riders!|
|TWO hordes of squig riders!|
|Giant Squigs (count as mincer chariot regiment)|
|Front view, note the poor snotling!|
|Can't have a goblin army without some trolls....|
|A goblin got a bit close....|
|No self respecting goblin would forget their artillery- Mawpup launcher, Doom Diver and War Trombone|
|My 'combat' characters- Goblin King, Flaggit and Sneak|
|Mounted Characters- Big Boss and Shaman|
|Two wizards on either side, and a Banggit|
|And my favourite, the Flying Squig!|