Bondi, Bondi, Bondi, Bondi, Bondi...
It's been awhile (sorry)... September and October just flew by. Didn't even get the Halloween decorations up this year. The apartment above mine had broken pipe, which made it rain in my kitchen and dining room (where my computer is). I've been pretty busy lately, and it set me back just enough so that it felts like I've been playing catch up ever since.
Group 1A front
Group 1A back
Enough whining by me. I did get some hobby-time in and have a bit of back log of things I could post, so let's start off with some Bondi. These 16 Bondi make up the last 2 points of my 6 point Viking warband.
Group 1B front
Group 1B back
These guys still need their shields and bases to be done, but they're pretty close. I had a lot of fun painting them up and making everyone an individual. Although Bondi are the "farmers" and "craftsmen" of the Viking community, they present a great opportunity to add some real color to their chainmail clad brethren.
Group 2A front
Group 2A back
Tried to balance brighter colors with more muted natural tones. I used a variety of paints on these figs, but really got the most of my Andrea Color paint sets for the first time. The Bondi gave me the chance to experiment a bit, and I did discover a few color recipes that I will be sure to use again the future.
Group 2B front
Group 2B back.