Light blue wild west bandits

So another theme gang, this time done on light blue as a colour. Interestingly many of these have a bandana over their face so obviously are bandits! This makes them a little different than the other figures in the blue moon range.Light blue cowboys front All these have the light blue as the theme for them though, this is a less distinctive that some of the other colours that I have done. But then I have loads of options already so I really don’t need to worry too much about having enough forces for all the players at this point.Light blue cowboys backAdded to these figures I include the water troughs from Blue Moon wild west range. These are good scatter terrain for a this period of game – well really for anything pre-ww1 actually. They are good places for figures to hide behind and get some cover from. 18mm water trough In the same line here are the hitching posts from the same range. I put both these on 2 mm plastic-card to make them more stable. I could have included them on the buildings and extended the bases but my thought is it gives more flexibility to have them loose. That way I can do more different layout options. 18mm hitching postsSo there we are another quick update of some wild west figs.


About mellis1644

A painter and gamer who has no illusions about being the best painter but likes to play with decently painted toys and have fun gaming
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4 Responses to Light blue wild west bandits

  1. cptshandy says:

    Nice work. I really like your Western project… very inspiring!

  2. Have you guys played yet?

    • mellis1644 says:

      Yep one game so far – which was part of the review post a few entries ago. It was a lot of fun and the fact that the figs are 15mm not 28mm really made very little difference to the game in the end.

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