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05 October 2018

Ma Tuppence - Rogues and Royalists


This is Ma Tuppence, the cruel leader of my Burrows and Badgers band of Rogues, The Red Toothe.

Statswise, she’ll count as a Black Rat, but I wanted to go with a more Albino look as I wanted her to really stand out from any future rat additions to my Burrows and Badgers Collection.

Her paintjob is a bit fast and dirty as I want to get this warband fully painted and therefore playable (Play with unpainted minis!? Gasp and recoil!).

As with the previously posted Bat sorceress, she has a wee bit of descriptive text that I’ll post up once all of her gang’s members are painted and do a group shot.

(Forgive the pics, these were taken last thing before bed and in a hurry.)





Next up, first work for Zomtober 2018!



16 comments:

  1. Lovely work, doesn't look fast and dirty to me, just looks great!
    Best Iain

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  2. Excellent painting and a great miniature. It’s a fun range.
    Play with unpainted? Hardly ever! 😀

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    1. Thanks Stew! Yeah, I'm finding it very difficult to resist making an order for the whole remaining lot I like them so much.

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  3. Looks excellent Dai, the colour choice for the dress really helps enforce the albino look of the rat

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    1. Thanks Dave - was hoping for that effect, so am glad to read you got it.

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  4. Cracking paint job and love the name. I need to get me some more roguish animals. Rats are high up on the list for the next order though I may sneak mouse in or two.

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    1. Thanks Simon. I wanted to create initially two teams - "good guys" and "bad guys", and what makes for a better badguy leader than a Rat?!

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  5. Nice work. I like the added flowers on the basing.

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    1. Thankyou Sean. Really liking these rules, think it might be worth a game next time you are in the area.

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  6. Nice work...

    ...I just struggle with armed animals. I saddens me, for some reason.

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    1. I've been reading Redwall by Brian Jacques which the creator of the range was heavily influenced by. A charming kids novel. Am sure you and your girls would like it too!

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