I've been a miniatures enthusiast since I was a kid, but rekindled my hobby later in life (Much to my wife's chagrin, as she had no idea she had married an uber geek!) Now firmly entrenched in middle age I have discovered the joy of painting and playing with these little guys all over again, and have made a lot of wonderful friendships along the way.
15mm Testudo ancient Briton/Gallic DBA army - primed
Macedonian and Persian 25mm FOG army - essentially done
Rohan 25mm HotT army - painted and playable, additional optional elements need painting
28mm Britsh DBN allies - Brunswick, KGL, Nassau and Dutch: figures only
Orcs 25mm HotT army - half painted
Elves 25mm HotT army - nearing completion
Numenorean/ Gondor 25mm HotT army - figures only
Sarmation early and later DBA 15mm army - primed
Roman EIR 15mm DBA army - primed
25mm Ral Partha Saxon DBA army - primed and ready to paint
25mm Ral Parth Viking Leidang DBA army - primed and ready to paint
Russian 25mm DBN - figures only
15mm DBA armies still in the bag or primed: Sub-Roman Britons, Early Hebrews, Early Saxons, Medieval Spanish, Italian Condottieri, Later Crusader, Feudal English, Golden Horde, Jurchen-Chin, Early Polish, Thebans, Spartans
New Narnian Elements I have had most of these around for a while, but I just finished the Dryads and crows, which inspired me to finally photograph the rest of these fantastical critters.
Above is a Ral Partha Hill Troll which, though a 25mm figures, double perfectly as a giant for my Narnians.
This is another Ral Partha 25mm casting, a bit large perhaps, but for a hero element being a bit on the large size seems appropriate. I stole this miniature from my daughter, but she didn't seem to mind.
I added a couple of new beast elements and this one includes a Splintered Light mouse which is meant to represent Reepicheep, though I must admit I liked the swashbuckling interpretation in the movies a bit better.
This is another great miniature by Splintered Light. A real pain to put together, but worth the effort!
The murder of crows takes flight. I will play this as an aerial element.
These are one of my all time favorite sculpts and once again come from Splintered Light Miniatures. I will play these dryads as either beasts or behemoths, or even possibly lurkers. The folliage is an addition made with spray painted fiber floss material with turf and scale leaves glued to the fibers.
The big man himself, Aslan. I don't like playing with God elements so I usually use him as a hero or hero general.