Friday, 19 December 2014

It's time for a Christmas parade.

Seeing as I haven't put a full army pic of my Tunnel Fighters up here, now is as good a time as any. The one remaining vehicle to be finished is the command vehicle (which is the white one in the picture) and once that one is done, the army will be complete:

It's taken over four years to get this far and each and every unit has a host of conversions so it is completely unique.

Thursday, 17 April 2014

It's time for an Easter parade.

Over the last few months, I have been dilligently ticking along with some Grymn projects while getting distracted along the way. Fortunately, I can now show off some of my finished Grymn. Here is a powered armour platoon for the Grmn NMA:

As you can see, there are 28 troops with the command squad at the front and three squads of 8 troops behind them. Each squad has two fireteams of four troops which have black numbers for 'alpha' and white for 'delta' teams. These particular ones are from the 4th Platoon and are part of the 1st mechanised infantry regiment. At the moment, I don't have any transport for them but I am sure that when I see the vehicles, they will turn up here.

Once I had finished these, I decided I needed to update the Grymn NMA regiment information:

While I was in the mood to take pix of lots of troops, I thought I would get a pic of where the army sits at the moment... so here is a group pic of all of the complete elements of the Grymn NMA:

I still have a long way to go but so far, it is going nicely. I think that the next batch will be the second standard infantry platoon (8th platoon) because they are in the trays ready for paint and I also have the vehicles for them. However... a plan never survives contact with the enemy and all that!

Sunday, 2 February 2014

Torge's Tigers arrive in Powered Armour.

After seeing some excellent jump-packs over at Puppetswar Miniatures, I decided that I would add them to some Grymn wearing powered armour.

Here they are in their primed condition:

And here they are once they have had their stripes added; Torge's Tigers:

I think that the jump-packs work perfectly and actually look like they have the oomph to lift the extra weight of the armour.

Sunday, 5 January 2014

Some support in 2014

It is time to blow the dust off again and make some noise about some new support options for the Grymn. The newest releases from Hasslefree miniatures include two sprues of options for the Powered Armour troopers.

First up, we have a back-pack that has a rail rifle and small rocket pod on it:


Next we have a special little sprue that replaces the Powered Armour arms with mechanical versions. This is designed to turn your Grymn Powered Armour into a mecha for 15mm, 10mm or 6mm games:


Both of these sprues have been designed and originally printed by John Bear Ross and cast up by Hasslefree Miniatures for sale. John has been creating miniatures using 3d programmes for many years and has worked for many companies and this little project was an excellent collaboration... I sincerely hope to see more in the future (especially seeing as the shoulders have a socket for any number of weapon options).

So now I've mentioned powered armour, I'd best show some off:

The ones above are the first two fire-teams for my Urban Army platoon. The one below is a demonstration of the new components that I have linked to above:

It is a good start to the new year. Hopefully, Kev will get the resin special forces Grymn cast in metal soon... and maybe sculpt a few others to go with him.

We can live in hope!