Gisby's Gaming Blog

February 5, 2017

SPACE 1889: Martians

Of course you want random personalities for 1889 games and battles, and there are plenty of choices and ranges that can be found. These are a few of my recent conversions and repaints.

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An Old Glory Tarzan painted as a Wyrm Cultist, and a pair of plastic D&D figures. Replacement swords are made from wire hammered flat.martrand1

3 Forlorn Hope female Elves

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3 old GW Elves

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3 plastic D&D figures. Swords and bows are wire. The female archer has the quiver from the bird-handler in the next row.

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A plastic D&D figure, with 2 RAFM Martians with D&D heads.

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2 Comments »

  1. You must have quite the collection by now Gisby, I’m loving the personalities, especially the two ladies with the bows. I am also always in awe of how you make the swords out of wire, very innovative and they look great.

    Cheers Roger.

    Comment by Roger Webb — February 15, 2017 @ 07:15

    • For straight swords we used to use hair pins (bobby pins) because they were flat in section and hardened so they didn’t bend easily.

      Comment by gisby — February 15, 2017 @ 18:48


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