Thursday, 23 June 2011

28mm Beasts of Burden.

.......perfect for supplies or loot and sometimes called Dobbin.

Blogger still acting up, either won't load the pictures or there is an error in saving (this was my fifth and last attempt, maybe it heard me unlike yesterday where it just was an arse ache and ignored me).



I believe they're all Foundry but I could be wrong.









55 comments:

  1. Ha ha ha! Did you do a bit of the screen at scream routine like I did last night?! Absolute pain as nothing would load. I have constant problems with Blogger the last few months.

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  2. Damn blogger I had the same problems uploading photos earlier too.

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  3. Donkeys!!!
    A neglected battleforce!!
    Great work Fran!
    T.

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  4. Nice. Pack animals are always a treat in skirmish games.

    MegaMinis has both pack-horses and pack mules:

    http://corblogme.blogspot.com/2011/04/random-sunday-shot-mule-train.html

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  5. Nice Ass :-)

    Seriously though, they are great and useful for a range of genres and gaming periods. Might have to get me some of these for my Dark Ages baggage caravan.

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  6. Awwww, I was gonna say "nice ass!"

    So, uh, those are good looking pack animals you'ved got there.

    Just not the same. ;)

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  7. Excellently painted (as usual) and very useful for so many genres and historical periods.

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  8. Nice supply column, likely to be very colorfoul on the table. In relation to uploading photos, I recently experienced problems when trying to "cut & paste" images, as it was impossible to save or preview the post then. However not a problem when using the image download facility of blogger. Hoe this helps

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  9. I think I'll need some of those later in my zombie campaign. If they carry all the load, I am able to eat my fellow survivors...

    Whiteface / Oliver

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  10. Nice baggage and very nicely painted. I will also need some.

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  11. Very good my young padawan!

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  12. I like these. One of the things I think is cool about your collection is that you have models other than "just" soldiers, that provide a lot of extra color and character.

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  13. Great work there Angry. My blog stopped playing up once I downloaded Google Chrome.

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  14. lovely,

    never can have enough baggage!

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  15. Really good Angry - the baggage itself is really nicely done.

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  16. ah, poor beasts, did you have to put so much burden on their poor backs?

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  17. Sorry you're having Blogger problems. I haven't tried to post a blog yet today, so I don't know if I will. Anyway, here's hoping it get worked out soon. Miss Wiggy waves hello. That's right. She can wave. She's THAT talented.

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  18. those guys are carrying a lot of weight! :p

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  19. Some more very nice work there! love the detail even in the bases, keep it coming

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  20. I'm guessing the lions they're leading are just out of shot. Great again to see some of the background stuff, the support infrastructure - too little emphasis on it all in my view, in gaming I mean. Then again, this does border on cruelty, especially for the animal one from the end..!

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  21. Man, they look like they're loving life. Alliteration!

    Google has been pissing me off lately too.

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  22. Great stuff! I just really like all the extras!

    Christopher

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  23. you can never have too any dobbins. I love converting them from cavalry horses and pony's myself, but I've got a good few purchased pack animals in my collection as well.

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  24. You are great at painting those, when I tried I sucked, I guess it takes practice, keep it up!

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  25. I've never seen such a nice array of asses.

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  26. Nicely painted pack animals. Yeah blogger acted up a bit for me today too.

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  27. Now I have that Rolling Stones song stuck in my head.

    Good job.

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  28. You need all the pack animals you can get. Especially during the Zombie Apocalypse. Transport, soft cover, food source and if laden with enough high explosive a great 4 legged petard to send into the midst of evil undead or rabid warlords.

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  29. Woohoo we can finally post some pictures !

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  30. Those are some nice mounts :D

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  31. Dang, all the good donkey jokes have just about been done. Oh well, at least the donkeys are doing their part.

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  32. Nice Ass!! :D

    Ok, this line has been already used, but is irresistible :D

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  33. I see Bill in front, then Ray? ;-)

    They are indeed looking good mate!

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  34. a bob in real life would be nice.....to carry me to work

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  35. That so urks me when blogger does that.

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  36. There are some in the IMEX 1/72 Alamo Mexican packs too, plus other animals in the pioneers, pilgrims, Indians etc packs.
    The rolling stone song also stuck in my head right away, and I expected the ass jokes, but at least nobody got turned on by the foliage yet.

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  37. Nice one Fran!! I was getting lonely being the only one painting dobbins...now you need some carts :-D
    Cheers
    paul

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  38. lol do u have miniatures of everything?

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  39. yeah...blogger acted up all nasty on me the other day. couldn't load a single pic.

    I love the painted donkey.

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  40. them are some nice ponies. :)

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  41. Had the same problems yesterday, managed to get around it. Very nicely painted, like them.

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  42. Hit the puter, scream at blogger, rant and rave an then save your post as a draft and come back into it and try again. Often works for me. Im not sure if it is blogger or picasso but one or the other is not playing nice and it happening a lot.

    PP

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  43. That's some quality craftsmanship right there! I have been hearing from a lot of people about blogger acting up lately in regards to photos. I haven't had the same problem yet myself.

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  44. yea blogger is screwing me around now too. cant see new posts in my dashboard either...... :(

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  45. Great selection of donkeys mate, do you use acrylic paint? ;D

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  46. I like these a lot, very useful also. Great job on them...

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