Friday, January 4, 2008

Castaway Arts - Fuzzy Wuzzies


Castaway Arts Fuzzy Wuzzies, these guys are fresh off the painting table. I have been painting them for a demo game this year at the 'Brisbane Muster' (22 - 23 March 08). Scott Robertson and a few other guys from down south will be putting on the game and supplying other figures.








The figures shown have been designed by Gerry Webb and were some of the first ranges he produced. They are a very easy figure to paint, however the metal can be a little soft around the ankles of a couple of figures and if you are not careful they may break. Other then that Jerry has produced a large range, twelve different figures for the Fuzzies. Ten attacking with spears and swords and the other two have rifles. The figures I painted are only with sword and spear. The flag is a little big, but I hope that will add to the effect and I'm not to sure on the grass, I think a stuffed up there.




5 comments:

Scott Robertson said...

Great stuff mate, I will post my first unit of 4 bases very soon. The short grass may be limited on the next lot but does not look too out of place, they will match mine pretty well. The weekend is only 3 months away so we have to get painting ASAP, I will be pushing it for the British though. Cheers Scott

Vinnie said...

Thanks Scott,
I plan to pant the next figures starting tomorrow and will deffinatly have them finished for the game. Looking forward to seeing your figures.

Nathan

Andrew Parr said...

Nice eyes, good tone and personality to basing etc, well done lonely!

What is the base size you are using?

Gaston de Foix

Andrew Parr said...

Nice eyes, good tone and personality to basing etc, well done lonely!

What is the base size you are using?

Gaston de Foix

Vinnie said...

Thanks Andrew, the base size is 1000mm x 50mm. They are the size required for the rules(?) we are playing in Brisbane.