|UK 1p coin for scale|
This army is a horde army, so many of the standard units are the same - except all different.
Gogo's crazy bones. These are available in newsagents, supermarkets and toy shops, and cost 99p for three standard figures - however they are produced in blind bags, so you don't know exactly what you're getting. They're still cheap enough that you can put the forces here together for about £20.
This is a unit of Magicians. It could also be used as a General if necessary.
Sneakers are stealthy units such as Ninjas, Rangers etc. The basing on these models is static grass and some yellow aquarium rocks. I used PVA glue to attach the models and the basing materials.
My first unit of Behemoths are taken from the Toy2R 2.5" Qee Keychain range. It's got a 'Cats and Dogs' theme. The cat is a prepainted model, The dog is a DIY version that I painted to match (well, sort of).
The next pair have a theme of 'Techno Baby and Techno Teddy' - again, these are from the Qee DIY range. They're all in Dayglo colours with black outlines.
The final unit of Behemoths has a 'Heaven and Hell' theme. A Rabbit Nun, and a skull-masked Devil, again from the Qee DIY range.
And here's a group shot of the Behemoths.
To finish the army, an Elephant Dragon(!) He is a 3.5" Baby Qee, and was painted with metallic pink and highlighted with a silver pen, plus the obligatory black pen. The paintjob is a bit simplistic to match the others, but I may redo the silver as I'm not overly happy with it.
The army was pretty cheap (all told about £45-50) and fun to put together. A pity my opponent couldn't pull his finger out, so it's never actually hit the battlefield as yet.
I did buy another vinyl toy as a God, but that's still in its bag.