7 May 2014

Warbases Wednesday #10 - 28mm Ducks and Tacked Horses

In this weeks edition, I bring you some more new releases to the Warbases Miniatures Range.

First up this week it is the turn of some dedicated horses to pull the wagons and carts shown in an earlier post HERE.

This is the carriage Horse, as typical of the period these horses are slightly skinnier and smaller than the draught horses. This is the one that is perfect for working vans and cabs

 The first of two versions of Heavy draught horse, based on the shire breed, with full harness and tack

 A variant of the above Draught horse. All these horses were sculpted by my good mate Kev at the Cabin
All the horses are priced at £2.50 each and are available for purchase now from Warbases.

This next item is an addition to the range of animals available, showcased HERE and HERE in case you missed them. They should please Mr Awdry as he requested some of these! They are of course ducks. and come in a pack of 5 for £1.50.


I have painted them in a wide variety of types to show the versatility of the full pack, they of course would make a welcome addition to any gaming table in need of some life around a pond etc.



43 comments:

  1. Nice creatures - love the pond too; definitely all that it's quaked up to be :)

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    1. I knew the quack jokes would hit the blog

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  2. Don't let Mr Awdry dictate to you - zombie dinosaurs won't fit in with the rest of the range!

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    1. Nonsense! they're just what we need next. :D

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    2. They might be rather cool though Edwin

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  3. Quack Quack Quack... Quack Quack Quack Quack!

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  4. Beautiful pieces of work and painting.

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  5. Lovely sculpts by Kev and great painting.

    I do hope painting the ducks didn't drive you quackers

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    1. Thanks Tamsin, though I am not rising to the duck baiting

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  6. Nice figures well painted again

    Ian

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  7. Excellent work. What table wouldn't benefit from some ducks? :-)

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  8. Nice painting and to be honest... I also need some waterline ducks for my river. Could not find any when I did said river, so I am pretty sure I will take a couple of packs off Martins hands at Crisis this fall!

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    1. They do work rather nicely and these little things set a scene

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  9. Nice work and I really like the pond Andrew.

    Christopher

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    1. Cheers Christopher, the pond makes a good display feature for Martin

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  10. Excellent news, I'll be having some of those, just as soon as I finish off the chickens, pigs and sheep that I already have!

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    1. Yes If I remember rightly you purchased a menagerie at Salute

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  11. Love the horses, and the ducks...so cute!

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  12. Great work on the horses !
    I like the ducks : lovely and well painted !

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  13. Those horses could be amongst the most useful sculpts ever produced!

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    1. I do hope so Gary as Martin has put a lot of effort into these ranges

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  14. Nice work!
    Sculpting as well as painting. ;-)

    Cheers
    Stefan

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  15. Excellent sculpts and once again a good paintjob.

    Cheers
    Stefan

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  16. Awesome paintwork Andrew and wonderful tool work from Kev too!

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    1. He's not bad but dont tell him or we wont get his head out the room

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  17. Excellent they will come in useful for Empire of the Dead I need some replacement horses for some Lledo carriages I picked up

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    1. Indeed they will work well for those

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  18. Wonderful work there both you Loki and Kev too. Now when are those fox and hounds going to be done. lol

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    1. Cheers Pete. No comment on fox and hounds though sorry!

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