Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Imperial Guard turn counter

Started off as just another bugler, albeit a converted one, turned into an objective marker and eventually became a turn/kill point counter.

I really must decide to stop before these things get out of hand...

Bad lighting had made the Dark Green uniform appear black. Bum.

Stay lucky,
Soaps.

6 comments:

Capitola Family said...

love it. How did you make the base?

Mike
Santa Cruz Warhammer

Soapy said...

Standard 60mm base with a slottabase sized hole cut in it. I then used textured plasticard for the surface. I cut a rough shape in the cobbles between the stones so that the bugler would be removable to make travel easier.

Soaps.

Consadine said...

This is really neat.

How did you make the wreath counters?

Soapy said...

Just a bit of sand around the rims of some old shields I had lying around and then I made the bows, flowers or purity seals out of a bit of green stuff.

Soaps.

superherofigurehunter said...

A really simple yet fun idea. Very well done.

I just wish I could motivate myself to do these kind of projects myself, but alas i'll have to console myself with looking at the work of others.

Dickie said...

Really love this, could be a living to be made out of this sort of thing......