A Lannister Banner Bearer

After a longer hiatus ( big garden refurbishing and summer holidays) here is the next figure for my Lannister army:

The banner bearer of the unit:


The banner is freehand as is the lettering . The banner is done out of tin foil.

I used this picture as inspiration:


Here are more pictures of the figure and a close up of the Banner:

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Hope you like the figure ! If so please like this or leave a reply

Sandor Clegane

I wanted to have a Sandor Clegane figure for my ongoing Game of Thrones project in 28mm.

As Inspiration I used this picture taken from one of the GoT films:


I used Parts from the Perry war of the roses plastic sets and an old Warhammer Knights plastic Helmet from which I cut the plum of. I scared the face on the right side to resemble the burn marks Sandor has.

I came up with this:

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I did a riding version too:


With a little paint and the addition of a flag the figures look like this:

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A close up of the scar:

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And the riding version:

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The heraldry is pure freehand I hope you like my Sandor Clegane figure . If so feel free to leave a coment or a like!

Use a light box to take better pictures of your miniatures


Close-up photography of small objects like our miniatures requires good lighting. However, lighting a piece properly to show the true color, details and beauty of a miniature can be difficult. A light box is a good solution. It provides light diffusion and a uniform background against which to place the object.

You can see how to make your own light box on this video