The Grey Army

Below are images of my grey army in which I will attempt to paint as much as possible during the next 12 months.

The first image are my plastic historicals;

Plastic Historical miniatures

Warmachine Khador Army

Khador Warmachine

1/72 Miniatures

1/72 Miniatures

Some Random Fantasy Minis

Fantasy Minis

Rackham Minis

Rackham Miniatures (sorry for the blurry image)

Some Historical Metal

Historical Metal Minis

Historical Mainly WW2 and Dark Age

WW2 and Dark Age

More Historical; the large bag is several 30 years war minis

More Historical including 30 Years war army

Mixture of Historical. Fantasy and Sci-Fi

Mixture of Historical, fantasy and Sci-Fi

Another Mixture of minis

Mixture of minis

More Plastic Historical

More Plastic Historicals

Space Marine Army

Some Undercoated and part painted items

Part Painted Minis

More Part Painted minis

Even More Part Painted

And Finally a few odds and ends

Odds and ends

There may be some I’ve missed if so I’ll add them up in a few days. I haven’t added the minis I currently working on which are sat on my painting desk. I’ll try and get those photographed in the next few days.

5 Responses to “The Grey Army”

  1. Nick July 27, 2010 at 08:34 #

    At least you’re not as bad as Dave…..

  2. warhammergrimace July 27, 2010 at 16:59 #

    So true, we helped him to pack it up at the weekend. He had tins and boxes full of minis he didn’t know he had, LOL.

  3. SailorTom July 28, 2010 at 07:27 #

    Well I’m impressed. I could say join the Unpainted Hordes Club – but you are obviously a founder member!

    I also admire the moratorium. If only I had the wllpower.

  4. James Brewerton August 4, 2010 at 03:24 #

    Come on Jay its been a week and you have not painted anything šŸ™‚

  5. Robey Jenkins October 23, 2010 at 07:20 #

    Good heavens, Jason! That *is* a tonne and a half of lead and plastic you have there. Have you considered calling in professional assistance? šŸ˜€

    On another note, I noted your determination, in the latest Irregular Magazine, to get fit. Funnily enough, I mentioned the advantages of regular exercise to miniature painters in a recent episode of the Precinct Omega Hobbycast. If you’d like any advice on a sensible training routine for your age and condition, do drop me an email.

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