The shaved Barbarians turned up from Copplestone yesterday, so that is something else to get started on too.
So, here they are, after much promising, my Barbarian army, which has yet to get a cool name.
First up, 8 bases of Copplestone Casting's Northlanders, a mix of axe and sword models. I think for Mighty Armies, I had planned to use them as Heavy Infantry with the Horde and Fearless skills. For my own ruleset, they will be both a mainstay and horde unit, and make up the general line infantry for the Barbarian list.
Next up are some Copplestone Giant Wolves from the 10mm Fantasy line, but they scale in well, as you'll see further down. Again, for Mighty Armies they will be standard Light Cavalry, and for my own rules, probably a support unit. The reason there isn't eight bases, is because I used a couple of them to flank my General stand.
Some Splintered Light Minis Werewolves, count as Heavy Cavalry with the Horde and Relentless rules for Mighty Armies, and probably another mainstay unit for my own rules. I might have to get someone else to write the Werewolf rules, or, personal preference will make them unstoppable. Interesting fact - every order I've made from Splintered Light has had a pack of Werewolves in it.
The General stand - Copplestone 15mm Barbarian Character, plus a couple of individually based ones to use as testers. Here you can see that the Wolves scale in pretty well, although, knowing that there are 15mm ones in the works, he might be relegated to a basic hero in my own ruleset.
Finally, the Behemoth. A gargantuan Giant Werewolf, which is actually a 28mm scale werewolf model from Heresy. He is a Monster for Mighty Armies, I think I had him down with Horde, Relentless and Fearless, but I'm not 100% on that. For my own rules, I will have to fudge him in somewhere, or he can just count as a Frost Giant or something similar.
All the bases are from Renedra, and have broken cork (from an Ikea placemat) to represent rocks, this is covered with filler, which I think was actually meant to be for fixing a crack in the wall, but my need was greater, as it makes great snow.
And I need to see the stuff she ordered from RPE, so that I can work out how well it scales with what I already have.