2022 Miniatures & Projects

2022 Total Miniatures & Projects to Date: 748

  • 130 figures painted
  • 0 figures cast
  • 39 figures assembled
  • 5terrain pieces made or assembled
  • 41terrain pieces painted
  • 1 figure or terrain piece conversions
  • 1 creation or component sculpted or scratch-built
  • 0 molds made
  • 531 game pieces/game aids made and/or painted

January: 47 projects

Figures Painted (38):

23 Aztec figures painted for Feudal Patrol™ (28mm scale):

15 Conquistador figures painted for Feudal Patrol™ (28mm scale):

  • 4 halberdiers from Eureka Miniatures USA (#100CON03)
  • 2 halberdiers from Wargames Foundry via Badger Games in the US ( from two #SBO16 that were part of a couple of artillery gun crews)
  • 8 pikemen from Gringo 40’s (#CONQ4)
  • 1 Pedro de Alvarado figure from Gringo 40’s (#ALVARADO)

Terrain Pieces Made or Assembled (4):

4 Aztec Terrain Pieces Assembled for Feudal Patrol™ (28mm Scale):

  • 4 Aztec Style Serpent Statues assembled

Terrain Pieces Painted (4):

4 Aztec Terrain Pieces Painted for Feudal Patrol™ (28mm Scale):

  • 4 Aztec Style Serpent Statues painted

Figure or Terrain Piece Conversions (1):

1 Aztec Figure Converted for Feudal Patrol™ (28mm Scale):

  • 1 scratch-built canoe modified

February: 125 projects

Terrain Pieces Painted (35):

35 Terrain Pieces painted for Feudal Patrol™ (28mm scale):

  • 1 Aztec Pyramid Pyramid structure (13 pieces) from Stonehouse Miniatures (BRA-105)
  • 1 Aztec Skull Wall structure (21 pieces) from Stonehouse Miniatures (UTW-301)
  • 1 Moon Goddess Plaque (1 piece) from Stonehouse Miniatures (BRA-125)

Game Pieces/Game Aids Made and/or Painted (90):

90 “Tanker Bucks” made for “What a Tanker” games in 15mm:

  • 20 $1 Tanker Bucks bills
  • 24 $2 Tanker Bucks bills
  • 16 $5 Tanker Bucks bills
  • 11 $10 Tanker Bucks bills
  • 11 $20 Tanker Bucks bills
  • 4 $50 Tanker Bucks bills
  • 4 $100 Tanker Bucks bills

March: 0 projects

April: 10 projects

  • 2 3D-printed medieval cogs as Conquistador brigantines (El Dólar, and El Gregorio)
  • 2 Sarissa MDF kits (#L031) of medieval cogs as Conquistador brigantines (El Conquistador, and El Perro de Guerra)
  • 1 scratch-built Conquistador brigantine (El Marcos)

Figures Assembled (4):

4 Conquistador Brigantine figures Assembled for Feudal Patrol™ (28mm scale):

  • 2 3D-printed medieval cogs as Conquistador brigantines (El Dólar, and El Gregorio)
  • 2 Sarissa MDF kits (#L031) of medieval cogs as Conquistador brigantines (El Conquistador, and El Perro de Guerra)

Creations or component sculpted or scratch-built (1):

1 Conquistador Brigantine figure Scratch-Built for Feudal Patrol™ (28mm scale):

  • 1 scratch-built Conquistador brigantine (El Marcos)

May: 51 projects

Figures painted (20):

20 Conquistador Brigantine figures Painted for Feudal Patrol™ (28mm scale):

  • Crew #1 – 4 figures for the falconet crew of El Dólar from Wargames Foundry SKU # SB018 (1 figure with a match, 1 with a swab, 1 with a ram, and the falconet)
  • Crew #2 – 4 figures for the falconet crew of El Gregorio from Wargames Foundry SKU # SB018 (1 figure with a match, 1 with a swab, 1 with a ram, and the falconet)
  • Crew #3 – 4 figures for the falconet crew of El Conquistador, a mix of Ral Partha/Iron Wind Metals and Gringo 40’s figures. Crew consists of: 1 figure with a match (IWM #DH412), 1 with a swab (IWM #DH413), 1 with a ram (IWM #DH414), and the falconet (Gringo 40’s #CONQA2)
  • Crew #4 – 4 figures for the lombard crew of El Perro de Guerra, a mix of Ral Partha/Iron Wind Metals and Gringo 40’s figures. Crew consists of: 1 figure with a match (IWM #DH412), 1 with a swab (IWM #DH413), 1 with a ram (IWM #DH414), and the lombard (Gringo 40’s #CONQA3)
  • Crew #5 – 4 figures for the lombard crew of El Marcos, a mix of Wargames Foundry, Ral Partha/Iron Wind Metals, and Eureka Miniatures figures. Crew consists of: 1 figure with a match (from Wargames Foundry SKU # SB018), 1 with a swab (IWM #DH413), 1 with a ram (IWM #DH414), and the lombard (Eureka #100CON12)

Game Pieces/Game Aids Made and/or Painted (31):

  • 5 large smoke markers for the falconets and lombards
  • 5 movement markers with ship names for the brigantines
  • 21 movement markers for the Aztec war canoes

June: 0 projects

July: 12 projects

Figures painted (12):

12 Aztec figures Painted for Feudal Patrol™ (25mm scale):

August: 3 projects

Terrain Pieces Made or Assembled (1):

Terrain Pieces Painted (2):

  • Painted a resin Woodstock lawn decoration (2 pieces)

September and October: 0 projects

November: 500 projects

Figures painted (55):

34 MAYA figures Painted for Feudal Patrol™ (28mm scale):

  1. Gringo 40’s Figure M1 – “Mayan Charging with Dual-edged Obsidian Club”. Painted 4 figures to use as veterans ( designated in my system as MV01-MV04).
  2. Gringo 40’s Figure M2 – “Atlatl Thrower”. Painted 4 figures to use as elites (designated in my system as ME01-MV04).
  3. Gringo 40’s Figure M3 – “Mayan Archer”. Painted 3 figures to use as veterans (designated in my system as MV05-MV07).
  4. Gringo 40’s Figure M4 – “Mayan with Stone-Headed Mace”. Painted 3 figures to use as novices (as they are naked – designated in my system as MN01-MN03).
  5. Gringo 40’s Figure M5 – “Mayan Warrior in Headdress Advancing”. Painted 3 figures to use as elites ( designated in my system as ME05-ME07).
  6. Gringo 40’s Figure M7 – “Mayan War Chief”. Painted 3 figures to use as leaders/captains (designated in my system as MWC01-MWC03).
  7. Gringo 40’s Figure M8 – “Mayan Priest in Mask”. Painted 3 figures to use as warrior Gringo 40’s priests (designated in my system as MWP01-MWP03).
  8. Gringo 40’s Figure M9 – “Atlatl Thrower (a)”. Painted 4 figures with longer hair than M2 to use as elites (designated in my system as ME08-MV11).
  9. Gringo 40’s Figure M11 – “Mayan with Club Advancing (b)”. Painted 2 figures to use as novices (as they are naked with longer hair than M4- designated in my system as MN05-MN06).
  10. Gringo 40’s Figure M12 – “Mayan with Club Advancing (c)”. Painted 3 non-naked figures similar to the novices to use as veterans (designated in my system as MV08-MV10).
  11. Gringo 40’s Figure M15 – “Mayan Carrying Spears”. Painted 1 figure to use as a novice (not naked – designated in my system as MN15).
  12. Gringo 40’s Figure M16 – “Mayan Chief”. Painted 1 figures to use as Tabscoob, a Mayan War Chief (designated in my system as TABSCOOB).

21 MUNCHKIN figures Painted foR WARS OF OZZ (28mm scale):

  1. Wars of Ozz miniatures OZZ101 “Zoraster’s Guard Infantry Regiment”. 21 figures painted.

Figures Assembled (35):

34 MAYA figures ASSEMBLed for Feudal Patrol™ (28mm scale):

  1. Gringo 40’s Figure M1 – “Mayan Charging with Dual-edged Obsidian Club”. Assembled 4 figures to use as veterans (designated in my system as MV01-MV04).
  2. Gringo 40’s Figure M2 – “Atlatl Thrower”. Assembled 4 figures to use as elites (designated in my system as ME01-MV04).
  3. Gringo 40’s Figure M3 – “Mayan Archer”. Assembled 3 figures to use as veterans (designated in my system as MV05-MV07).
  4. Gringo 40’s Figure M4 – “Mayan with Stone-Headed Mace”. Assembled 3 figures to use as novices (as they are naked – designated in my system as MN01-MN03).
  5. Gringo 40’s Figure M5 – “Mayan Warrior in Headdress Advancing”. Assembled 3 figures to use as elites ( designated in my system as ME05-ME07).
  6. Gringo 40’s Figure M7 – “Mayan War Chief”. Assembled 3 figures to use as leaders/captains (designated in my system as MWC01-MWC03).
  7. Gringo 40’s Figure M8 – “Mayan Priest in Mask”. Assembled 3 figures to use as warrior Gringo 40’s priests (designated in my system as MWP01-MWP03).
  8. Gringo 40’s Figure M9 – “Atlatl Thrower (a)”. Assembled 4 figures with longer hair than M2 to use as elites (designated in my system as ME08-MV11).
  9. Gringo 40’s Figure M11 – “Mayan with Club Advancing (b)”. Assembled 2 figures to use as novices (as they are naked with longer hair than M4- designated in my system as MN05-MN06).
  10. Gringo 40’s Figure M12 – “Mayan with Club Advancing (c)”. Assembled 3 non-naked figures similar to the novices to use as veterans (designated in my system as MV08-MV10).
  11. Gringo 40’s Figure M15 – “Mayan Carrying Spears”. Assembled 1 figure to use as a novice (not naked – designated in my system as MN15).
  12. Gringo 40’s Figure M16 – “Mayan Chief”. Assembled 1 figures to use as Tabscoob, a Mayan War Chief (designated in my system as TABSCOOB)

1 MUNCHKIN figure Painted foR WARS OF OZZ (28mm scale):

  1. Wars of Ozz miniatures OZZ101 “Zoraster’s Guard Infantry Regiment”. 1 figure assembled (regimental commander).

Game Pieces/Game Aids Made and/or Painted (410):

  1. 4 card boxes for Naval Morale cards built
  2. 5 dashboards for Battle of lake Texcoco
  3. 400 Morale Cards for the Battle of Lake Texcoco (4 decks of 50)
  4. 1 MDF Regimental Commander base assembled
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