Friday 1 November 2019

Aaron Quaid, master charlatan

Born the son of a ripper Jack Wrangler he always knew he was destined for Greater things.
Ever since a hard of hearing slaver ticket salesman wrongly thought he said his name was Baron Quaid and gave him free premium tickets to to the big fight Aaron has really made quite a lucrative lifestyle for himself. He took the money he had saved on tickets and spent it on some exotic furs to better blend in and hope nobody noticed..... they didn't and now he's gained quite a few tricks of the trade and no short measure of free rides.


  1. Oh man, you've nailed him!
    Love the little bit of fluff.

    1. Cheers dude. A singularly audacious man. He really took his chance and ran with it.... and with the hand stitched grox hide boots he was "trying on" !

  2. Lord Adiatun Varunn1 November 2019 at 05:31

    Very beautiful! It is a model painted in a decidedly appealing manner!

  3. Thanks buddy it was a lot of fun to paint too. The Blackstone fortress miniatures are realy something special.

  4. Wow, sweet paint job. I love this model and you did justice to it!

  5. Thanks! I'm enjoying lavishing more time on single miniatures at the moment its easier to do when you dont have several large squads sat in front of you than just need to get the battlefield.

  6. Excellent! Looks every inch the swindler-posing-as-noble!

  7. Yeah it realy is the perfect model for it.

    Voila! In view humble vaudevillian veteran, cast vicariously as both victim and villain by the vicissitudes of fate. (Alan Moore)

  8. Thanks mate, poise and demeanor is 50% of charlatanary. The other 50% is shenanigans!