At the weekend I had my second game using the Great Escape Games’ Dead Man’s Hand rules. The game saw my outlaws lose convincingly to Simon’s Pinkertons.
Most of the buildings (and this wagon) are from 4Ground models. These are really nice and well detailed, it shows how far laser etched MDF has come in the last few years. The models have interiors and swinging doors.
You can even do a jailbreak from the Sheriff’s Office. In front of the office is a Sarissa Precision stagecoach, alas still unpainted.
These are a couple of my old cowboys from the Dixons Miniatures range. I got these about twenty years ago (or possibly even longer). They are mounted on two pence pieces and I have upgraded their bases to fit in with my current old west miniatures, painting the base with Citadel Texture: Armageddon Dust. I drybrushed the base with Citadel Ushbati Bone. I then stuck on some Citadel Mordheim Turf.
One thing that I do like about Great Escape Games is they provide a downloadable sheet of “shop” names that you can stick to the front of the buildings.
These are Foundry Old West figures, Ned Buck and Emmet Gates though I have a fair few Foundry figures on my workbench that are being painted.
Overall a fun game and quick to play.
Looking at a more recent photograph of Ned Buck I realise that I still have some more work to do on the model after giving him a shading wash, and painting his base.
I painted the base with Citadel Texture: Armageddon Dust. Then I drybrushed the base with Citadel Ushbati Bone. Unfortunately I maanged to get some of this on his shotgun, so that will need to be re-done.
In addition I think I might go back and highlight a few areas, notably his hands, to add some more depth to the model.
The full workbench feature on Ned Buck, from start to latest update can be found on the main iFelix website.
More progress on Tucson Bob for the Old West.
I also did some work on Tuco.
Judge Guthrie Prentice has had some more work on his painting too.
Still some more work to do, and I think looking over these photographs that I might need to use some more lighter tones on these and the other models I am painting.
Having given Ned Buck a wash, I painted the base with Citadel Texture: Armageddon Dust. Then I drybrushed the base with Citadel Ushbati Bone.
I will then glue on some Citadel Mordheim Turf.
I have accidentally painted his shotgun, with the base colour, so this will need to be rectified, and there are some further highlights I want to add.
More painting on the Reverend John Wesley Carrington done.
Still some work to do.