Didn't get much time for puttering this weekend, but did get an hour or two with the Cub down at the G-Dub, and we brought our brushes. Managed to pick at a couple more of the Khorne chaos warriors.
Don't know as they'll be winning any awards, but they'll do just fine for gaming purposes, which is where they'll see the most use.
Speaking of gaming, I'm planning to attend a 1000k Age of Sigmar tournament in a couple of weeks. The plan is to bring my Bretonnians, and I've got a secret weapon in progress.
Although the Brets are legal, they won't be getting any love from GW in the foreseeable future. That said, there are opportunities in the new game not to be overlooked. One is that Brets now share a key word, "Free Peoples" (i.e., a thing that fosters synergy) with much of what used to belong to the Empire army - including their heroes. One of these "Free People" heroes is a general on a griffon, and he comes with a fairly useful command ability (buff a unit for morale, charge, and to hit purposes). Also, as he's riding a Griffon, he's a bit of a beatstick.
The problem, of course, is that Brets themselves don't have a griffon rider, and the old Empire model doesn't look at all appropriate for a Bretonnian army. Hence this fella. It's the griffon from the Isle of Blood set, cut down, and with some Bret pieces and green stuff, (notably bits from the Green knight) added in. There's a back banner I'll add once painting is done (glueing it now will make it hard to paint). It'll serve nicely. Hopefully I can get it painted up in time for the tournament.