7 oct. 2015

Jason and the Argonauts

Y una vez más... un nuevo proyecto!
He conseguido agenciarme una figuras de Wargames Foundry de Jasón y los Argonautas. De momento no planeo usarlas para ningún juego (quizás Of Gods and Mortals), es simplemente por el puro placer de pintarlas.
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And once again ... a new project!
I managed agenciarme one Wargames Foundry figures of Jason and the Argonauts. At the moment I do not plan to use them for any game (perhaps Of Gods and Mortals) it´s just for the pleasure of painting them.




Las figuras son preciosas, aunque tienen algunas líneas de molde y fallos que va a costar trabajo arreglar...
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The figures are beautiful, although they have some mold and fault lines that will be hard to fix...






Nos vemos!

6 comentarios:

  1. Bueno, aunque tenga fallos, si alguien puede arreglarlos, ése eres tú.

    Además, ¡viene una hidra! ¡Qué más dan esos fallos si viene una hidra!

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    1. Justa es la hidra la que más fallos tiene...pero nada que no se pueda arreglar con masilla!

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  2. Very stylised figures, yet one of my favourite ranges at Wargames Foundry. By now I should've collected and actually painted the whole lot (which is quite an achievement for me!). So, glad to see them appearing here.
    Since you're just painting them, I won't go into recommendations of rulesets – although OGAM might not be my first choice for actions based on Greek mythology. ;-)

    Cheers,
    SG

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    1. Any advice will be welcome, sire! ;-)

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    2. Well, you called for it! ;-)
      GW's Lord of the Rings worked surprisingly well for our Argonautika participation game. "Fate points" and low fantasy magic add a lot of mythological atmosphere, and it's super easy to cobble together profiles for any kind of hero or monster imaginable. Also, LotR is a very slick ruleset as such.
      More specifically I'd recommend "Labours of the Gods" by Two Hour Wargames, suited to solo-play as well. Or, if you rather want glossy, Harryhausen-style action, try "7th Voyage" by Crooked Dice. Of course, there's much more (like the ubiquitous Songs of Blades and Heroes), but these three are my personal favourites.

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    3. LOTR is a sure bet... :-)
      I have LotG and don´t like it...but 7th Voyage could be interesting...

      Thank you Sire!

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