Oct 22, 2020 · Aztec Warrior Priests (painted as Tlaxcalans), Ral Partha 42-302, circa 1988. Ral Partha had a historical line of 25mm figures that were cast and sold back in the 1980’s. One of them was the “ 1200 A.D ” line, which included Aztec figures, and one of their blister packs was “Aztec Warrior Priests”. It had 6 figures with two poses.
Partha Paints Designers Bob Charrette Tom Meier Dennis Mize Ral Partha Enterprises, Inc. 5938 Carthage Court Cincinnati, Ohio 45212 Toll Free 1-800-543-0272 • In Ohio 1-513-631-7335 All figures are 25mm scale, Figures pictured in this catalog are not necessarily shown actual size. Some figures may require assembly.
Apr 17, 2021 · That Ral Partha paint definitely has a bluish tone on my monitor that doesn't match any of the following 3 Ceramcoat paints I held next to it for comparison: Quaker Grey, Country Grey, and Dolphin Grey. I thought maybe the Model Master Light Ghost Grey paint would match, but it is not bluish enough. Model Master Medium Grey has the right bluish ...
Jul 25, 2013 · Ah! Being relatively new to the forums, I was unaware that Buglips had a "thing" about Ral Partha paints. I actually have quite a few old, lead, Ral Partha figures - some painted, some unpainted, some just primed and (sadly) some half painted.
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Oct 22, 2020 · Ral Partha had a historical line of 25mm figures that were cast and sold back in the 1980’s. One of them was the “1200 A.D” line, which included Aztec figures, and one of their blister packs was “Aztec Warrior Priests”.It had 6 figures with two poses.
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Several other figures not appearing in the catalog reappeared, some under the same catalog numbers and some different. Grid List Row. Painting Tutorials. TWP2 — armed with a cuauhololli round-headed club , with no war paint. Sometimes you just have to find a way to liberate the unpainted hordes! Log in. Fantasy Characters. Fantasy Map Making. Shrink Wrapped. Dungeon Maps. Now caveat emptor — colors as displayed on my monitor seldom match the colors that my printer spits out. A second challenge was capturing the delicate details on the figures. A model with the added talus pieces. Warhammer Paint. Ral Partha produced two catalogs in , creating a smaller catalog devoted to its historical miniatures. EX Excellent. Fantasy Paintings. Add to Cart. Model codes only reflect corresponding codes given in earlier catalogs. An index at the back identified the catalog code and corresponding model name for each. My goal is to try to finish all by the New Year, but I think that may be a stretch. The Vibe Life. Such a fun project to follow along. Great historical background as always! Given the three year gap since the prior catalog, it cannot be precisely identified from the catalogs alone when new models were introduced in this period. I love the shields but my favourite aspect has to be that warpaint. Game Pieces. Figurine Warhammer. Sculpture Art. Forgive the hugeness of this, but it gives the best view of the shade. Refine Listing. Availability information from the archived websites for FASA's web store, Ral Partha Europe, and Military Simulations based in Australia do help narrow the possible window of release for several others. Ral Partha. I have duplicated old Ral Partha and Heritage paints and you cant tell the difference. Like Liked by 4 people. Your bases always look really good and a look at all of the Tlaxcalans together shows how these new, shorter, figures fit right in! The inside of the front cover indicates that Ral Partha Miniatures are crafted in Ralidium, a lead-free pewter, unless otherwise noted. Dungeons And Dragons Dice. The shields as completed — I used different contrast paints for the feathers and denoted on the plate because I might forget when I went to paint the other sides! No forthcoming releases were listed for Battledroids. I've asked the clerks to follow the mixture shown on the lid, but keep being told they can't use it as the color IDs keep changing. For this project, I am trying to have consistency among the bases for aesthetics. These generally correspond to the unseen mechs. Complete and very useable. Here is a second example: The Tlaxcalans favored red loincloths and headbands — so those were easy to add. You are commenting using your Facebook account. This catalog includes notations to identify figures in production that would be available after April Iron Wind Metals produced their first catalog in I found a,new version of the RP Grey but it is darker than the original color. Yes, the washers did get my figures to the same height as the 28mm ones. Just Needs Varnish! Board Game Design. Thanks Roger — I have painted figures this year so far but were for this project alone. Filter Products.
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May have medium-sized creases, corner dings, minor tears or scuff marks, small stains, etc. Note: Some of the models introduced in the range to appear to duplicate models that were in existence earlier but under a different catalog number. TWP5 — armed with a cuauhololli round-headed club , wearing the black mask war paint. Ral Partha only produced one catalog for and Question for you: The cacti in the pictures are matching, so I presume not scratch built. The preface also announced Ral Partha's new homepage on the web. Notify me of new comments via email. This was to make the height disparity less noticeable. Filter Products. The NMM is well executed, the cloth gives a real feeling of movement, and the freehand work is simple but very effective. Don't Give Greg Ideas Seriously, just don't. Eldritch Knight. They soon discovered that they were mistaken in that particular assumption. So, my Tlaxcalan forces are done — I have now 32 figures for their army. For those released of after when print catalogs decreased in frequency and web catalogs grew more central , the given range does directly reflect the release year, though gaps in currently known web information do mean that ranges may be broad in certain cases. Grid List Row. I also gave the somewhat pliable weapons a light coat of Gorilla Glue to stiffen them up a bit Primed, mounted, and ready for painting. My ongoing wargames projects! Page Page Discussion Edit History. Three of the models had a lovely little ok, tiny engraved skull at their waists on a bone necklace. This catalog possessed the format of a photo gallery of miniatures identified catalog code and miniature name. When added to the 71 Aztecs that I have done, that brings me to over ! This is how I would like all of my tabletop minis to look. I've been adding white to the paint bottle but still haven't quite hit the right color. That Ral Partha paint definitely has a bluish tone on my monitor that doesn't match any of the following 3 Ceramcoat paints I held next to it for comparison: Quaker Grey, Country Grey, and Dolphin Grey. Some 8 of the Conquistadores are cavalry too plus I have dead horses to denote dehorsed cav. An excellent step by step guide to painting dwarf flesh. Reaper Miniatures. Continue Shopping. I will give Dolphin Grey a try. Also supplied were 3 different weapons, and shields for each figure. The preface states that Ral Partha figures contain lead. Looks like Americana or Ceramcote Dolphin Grey. Map Layout. Mazes And Monsters. Try Apple Barrel Country Grey. TWP4 — armed with a tepoztopilli obsidian-edged thrusting spear , and the red-stripes-over-white war paint. Double Down Dice Painting miniatures and rolling dice! Back to painting the models, my goal was to get a nice blending on the flesh before varnishing the figures. Email Required Name Required Website. Sculpture Clay. The saguaro Like Liked by 2 people. If excessively worn, they will be marked as "card worn. Getting back to filling the Tlaxcalan ranks with some Warrior Priests — I chose to paint the figures up in Tlaxcalan colors and war paint. Good luck finding a match.
It had 6 figures with two poses. Also supplied were 3 different weapons, and shields for each figure. On my previous post on Tlaxcalans , I mentioned that I needed to have some warrior priests for their army. Unfortunately, I could not find a suitable 28mm version for the Tlaxcalans. I do have some Wargames Foundry Aztec Warrior Priests in the painting queue but they were not going to be right as Tlaxcalans in my view. I did have among several other blisters from that era a single blister pack of 6 figures of Ral Partha Now these were Aztecs, not Tlaxcalans, and 25mm size, not 28mm. Generally 28mm figures are range, and 25mm figures are range in scale. So from a gaming distance, I think that they will work. Getting back to filling the Tlaxcalan ranks with some Warrior Priests — I chose to paint the figures up in Tlaxcalan colors and war paint. It allowed me to make use of the figures — which have been waiting 32 years to be painted anyways — and to not add any more to my unpainted stuff. Sometimes you just have to find a way to liberate the unpainted hordes! When they get deployed in my supplement, Warrior Priests are add-on troops that get individually attached to units. They have the ability to help keep a unit they are attached to from breaking morale, and also can cause a defeated non-Spanish enemy to be more likely to want to flee the battlefield. The six figures were more than enough to round out my Tlaxcalans. This was to make the height disparity less noticeable. I also gave the somewhat pliable weapons a light coat of Gorilla Glue to stiffen them up a bit. A second challenge was capturing the delicate details on the figures. I think it helped — see the examples of WIP below. The Tlaxcalans favored red loincloths and headbands — so those were easy to add. The war paint design mix that I used was similar to my previous group — a red-striped over white design or a black mask or none at all. Three of the models had a lovely little ok, tiny engraved skull at their waists on a bone necklace. You can see a modern interpretive example from Amazon here and shown below:. I tried out my new Army Painter drybrush the smallest one and was very happy how well it performed, especially on the skulls. The bristles are round and it is just the right stiffness. Here is the link and the photo below if you are interested:. Back to painting the models, my goal was to get a nice blending on the flesh before varnishing the figures. They do end up shiny from the Army Painter Flesh Wash, but with matte varnish the shine goes completely away. To deal with this, I glued some very small pieces of modeling talus on the washers to more or less camouflage the underlying round shapes. I would leave some of that exposed as well once flocked. As usual, I gave each a number for future reference and creation of gaming aids:. TWP1 — armed with a tepoztopilli obsidian-edged thrusting spear , and no war paint. Interestingly this pose of the two types in the blister was a lefty! TWP4 — armed with a tepoztopilli obsidian-edged thrusting spear , and the red-stripes-over-white war paint. This pose of the two types in the blister was right-handed! Here is the entry photo for this blister. So, my Tlaxcalan forces are done — I have now 32 figures for their army. When added to the 71 Aztecs that I have done, that brings me to over ! Total figures to date for this project: figures: 71 Aztecs, 32 Tlaxcalans. Please let me know your thoughts and feedback in the comments section — I really appreciate learning any impressions or thoughts in general or specific that you have. This site is where I will discuss stuff that I find interesting and that includes family, friends, golf, gaming, and Boston sports! View all posts by Mark A. Like Liked by 3 people. Like Liked by 1 person. Great job Mark! The skin turned out really nice with your new technique. The glazed skin approach turns out quite nicely though. Great historical background as always! Such a fun project to follow along. Like Liked by 4 people.