Scent of a Gamer

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The Fellowship of the Ring

Around 2003 I painted the Fellowship of the Ring for my mother, a huge Lord of the Rings fan.

I decided it’s time for an upgrade, a decision I made when I found the plastic Fellowship sprue lying in a drawer under the house. The last group I painted were the original metal models, but the plastics seem just as nice.

Here are the Fellowship themselves, all undercoated and ready to go.


The next step is to get a modelled based ready to take all nine models. I have an opened box of Osgiliath terrain, which should help nicely.

I must get this project complete before the first week of April this year.

6 comments on “The Fellowship of the Ring

  1. Luke
    January 13, 2018

    Ohh man – that’s a trip down memory lane. I remember having the original metal minis. Awesome. I really hope you enjoy painting them!

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  2. backtothehammer
    January 13, 2018

    Our mums appear to be quite similar on this front as I ‘borrowed’ the gw lotrs Miniatures she had found on eBay and painted them up for this years Xmas present for her.

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  3. Bookstooge
    January 13, 2018

    Is that figure on the right wielding a frying pan?!?

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    • davekay
      January 14, 2018

      Yes, that’s Sam Gamgee. The figures’ poses are based on the Balin’s Tomb sequence from the Fellowship film.

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      • Bookstooge
        January 14, 2018

        Ahh, Sam. Should’ve figured…


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