Turnip28 and The Kings own 23rd Boggy Marsh Rutabagas – Part 14

My next instalment for this whacky project is the fodder aka the infantry. 

It was seeing these types of kitbashes for Turnip28 that first piqued my interest in the game/movement. Fairly simple but effective looking conversions made from napoleonic and medieval miniatures. Add some organic matter and you’re good to go. It was just odd and unique which are two key things to get me excited. 

Anyway, I built these troops a year ago so it felt good to finally get some paint on the whole unit. 

Here they are in formation. 

Here they are out in the field.

I wanted the colour scheme to loosely tie in with Lady Aisha (turquoise and orange) but I wanted their uniforms to be a lot dirtier. I went heavy of the ink shade with these guys and I think it worked quite well. Like with Orks, nothing needs to be neat with Turnip28 and I love that. 

Hope you like them and happy new year to everyone. 



25 thoughts on “Turnip28 and The Kings own 23rd Boggy Marsh Rutabagas – Part 14”

  1. Happy new year to you and the family. These look perfect, and really like the use of the pointed Medevil helms they fit perfectly with the other pointed faces.

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  2. Taking these minis outside was a great idea as they look perfect in the dirt. You’re really doing some inspired work here and I love the character in this squad. Turnip28 really is a unique setting that stands out from everything else out there.

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