Old Stuff day

Greetz one and all,

A few day's ago I found this post on Warhammer 39.999 a very cool initiative. It got me wondering; what is good enough on my blog, where am I proud of. There are a lot of things I like, series I want to keep going.
I'm not stopping with my Blood Angels and I'll keep going with my introducing ... although it's very quiet in these projects.

On to the old post; I like it because of the style, it all seems to fit. I wanted to write all my post in the same sense. And I try to keep some spirit in my posts, but this seems to be the best ever; and the first ;o)

And here we are again;
2 posts in 1 day; must be my personal record.
A friend of mine (hi steven) asked me to make him some Halflings for a new super secret project for our club.
How to make halflings in 1 dinner


1 courgette
2 red paprika’s
1l un spoiled water
1 Spice cube
1 old goblin spearman
1 halberd arm (bretonia)
1 head of choise
A pinch brown stuff.

First slice all your vegetables in small pieces and put on a light stove and brace with some butter.

Meanwhile you take the goblin and chop of the spear arm and head
Take a look at the vegetables; these should be braced lightly; add the water and leave to cook

Trim the neck and arm of your choise
Glue them on the goblin with super glue.

Take a look at the soup if the water is boiling add the spice cube.

Meanwhile the glue should have dried, and you are ready to add the brown stuff.

First off the belly, some puffy sleeves and last but not least the cheeks

Now your soup should be ready; pour your self a cup and enjoy for a moment.

Take a small walk trough the garden and enjoy the sound of the birds singing, the gentle touch of the wind through your hair. Take your last sip from the soup and go back in.

Your brown stuff should have cured for a bit by now. Time to do the finishing touches.

Adding the jacket, hair; and all other sorts of details

By now it should be time to start cooking diner. Put the Halfling on the shelve and start by picking your meat and vegetables


Using this technique I made some others aswell
Empire Mootlanders (in all sorts of units)



  1. Priceless!

    This is my favorite "old stuff day" post so far. Not only is it ingenious and resulting in a well-executed conversion, the photos and theme of the post are just over the top.

    Welcome to my blogroll!

  2. thanks for the compliment.
    and Thanks for the great initiative, I've been looking forward to all the Old Stuff Posts all day today. Great job.

  3. It was clearly an idea that needed to come to fruition. I'm amazed at how well it took off, but I'm sure my boss hates it. I'm getting almost no work done--spending all my time reading blogs!



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