10mm Lizardmen

9 03 2009

10mm Lizardmen Photos

Just a quick post to upload some photos of my 10mm Lizardmen I’ve been painting. They can be used for Warmaster, or with the help of my magnetic basing trays that I made, can be used for Mighty Armies or HOTT. Versatility is always good! 🙂

Song of Fur and Buttons

The final playtest copy has been finished. It is 12 scenarios following the exploits of three adventurous bears – Sir Maurice Fursworth, Sir William Cuddlesbury and Sir Uppity Paws. It has been a great deal of fun to write and I look forward to releasing it with Andrea in the future. More news as it comes to hand 🙂


Nuthin But Net

Three teams are in playtest – Plantmen, Skeletons and Kobolds.

If you are interested in helping playtest any of these teams, feel free to leave a comment on this thread. I would need a minimum of 5 games with the team you want to playtest. Those 5 games should be against different teams to ensure a good spread.

The teams will be in the next supplement, along with a play sheet to keep track of your players achievements and a few other ideas to use in your games.




7 responses

10 03 2009

Love the turtles!
Are they by Eureka as well?

10 03 2009

Thanks mate!
Yes they are from Eureka as well. You can find them with the Frogs here: http://eurekamin.com.au/index.php?cPath=87_126_191&sort=3a

10 03 2009

I’m trying to resist!
Looks like the turtles and frogs are likely to have a terrible conflict though (I mean using turtle shells as shields is just plain provocative!)

20 03 2009
David G

Where did you buy your Skinks? They’re the same ones here:
http://www.thanesgames.com/pa_brettliz15/brettliz.htm as Amphidians.

20 03 2009

I bought them from Games Workshop Mail Order. They are Games Workshop Skinks for their Warmaster game.
– Ben.

20 03 2009
David G

Thanks – did you have to cut up the strips of skinks or did they come individually? I have some warmaster stuff but never collected the Lizardmen army.

21 03 2009

They come in strips, but the base has deliberate thin points that you can just easily cut. They do this because the skinks need to face the front as they are all in ranged combat poses. It would be difficult to accurately seperate the skinks completely individually (as in 1 model on its own) – Ben.

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