Friday, 2 October 2015

What has kept Loki busy these last months Part 1

Hi everyone, now I must admit we have been a little lax on the blog front these last few months... This has in large part been due to Kev having done very little due to problems with his wrists, thankfully he is on the mend and back sculpting again ...Whilst I have been painting or my mind had wandered off track visiting distant planets in my confused state.. Having said that there have been a lot of items painted that have not even made an appearance here which I will try to rectify with some catch up posting..

So lets begin with the Fantasy side of things for EMP games... First up are some rather gruesome Slugs.







Then we have some Furious Fungi.







Some of you will have seen items here that have made an appearance on Facebook already, my apologies for this intrusion.

I then had some 6mm armour to paint for the command horizon game again for EMP games.






Well good reader I will leave you at this point so as not to make the post too long more to come in the next post.

22 comments:

  1. Cracking work, I especially like the slugs my friend!

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  2. Love the slugs and the fungi...must resist the crap joke...must resist... - I'll bet there's not mushroom at their parties! - ...couldn't resist...*slap*...*hang head in shame*...

    Great stuff Loki and good to see you back posting things :)

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    1. Dear Gods, Tamsin, that was awful, have you no morels?

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    2. Oh deary me *facepalm* nice to hear from you all though :)

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  3. Nice to have you back Loki. The Furious Fungi are stunning!

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    1. Thank you Rodger, its good to be back but I wont be as prolific as before I am afraid

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  4. Wow!!!! Gorgeous, love these colors!

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  5. I'm thrilled to see your wonderful work again!

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    1. Thank you Sir, that is good to hear, I am going to try to get back into the blogging but for now small steps

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  6. It's a real pleasure to see your brushwork again. Those slugs are just fabulous-those gorgeous, gorgeous colours. And I love those fungi as well. Glad you're keeping busy and best wishes to Kev on a speedy recovery!

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    1. Thank you Anne, Kev is mending nicely. The slugs are courtesy of some google fu :)

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  7. I've got a hankering for a few Fungi men!

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  8. The slugs are superb, I thought I'd seen them before?

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    1. As did I looking at the fungi faces ;)

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  9. The slugs are eye-wateringly brilliant and bright! I'd say they had colours that don't exist in nature, except that anyone who's ever seen a sea slug will know that's not true...

    Great work all round, and it's great to see you back and blogging as well!

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    1. Thank you Ev, indeed that is the inspiration for the slugs

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  10. Good to see something from you mate. Love the colour choices on the slugs!

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