These minis have been giving me nasty looks for some time now, being the only miniatures from the Dungeon Saga kickstarter shipment that I for some reason did not manage to finish way back when I did the rest of them. And I remembered why shortly after starting on this lot…. I found them rather […]Read More Dungeon Saga: The Greenskins, the last of the lot!
My arms are acting up again. (Curse you, painfully inflamed carpal tunnel ligament-thingies!) So I will have to put painting a bit on the back burner for the immediate future until the pain clears up again. Hopefully soon… But I was able to finish the Shadespire Farstriders, the Stormcast Vanguard-Hunters variants. Basically Cybermen with […]Read More Warhammer Underwear: The Farstriders
The Nighthaunts the Nightvault… ok, enough with the bad puns already. I used these to experiment with some color schemes I wanted to try out for my Nighthaunt army that is patiently awaiting to be brought to life. I chose to do the bases in black flock to represent the life having […]Read More Warhammer Underwear: Thorns of the Briar Queen
Every once in a while I get the hankering to do some Nolzur’s Marvellous Miniatures. I like the monsters and have bought a few, but I can’t stand the itty bitty truscale of the humans though -they are simply too small for my tastes, the shallow details disappearing beneath the oft-to thick primer. […]Read More The Unspeakable Mouth IV: Xorn!
The Night Goblins Moonclan Grotz venture forth from their fungus-infested caves to do battle in the Nightvault. Being so small and weedy, they compensate by being many. There are nine of them, one more than the eight starter positions on the game board. So yeah, I went with the fungal theme… Old Zarbag […]Read More Warhammer Underwear: Zarbag’s Gitz
In the spirit of getting things done, I have just been grabbing some minis off the Trays of miniatures I am going to get round to any day now oh yes for sure that definately is going to happen to paint in parallell with other stuff where I use the same colours. This time I did some more […]Read More Some other Werewolves! (And a Death Dog)
Shadows of Brimstone is, for those who do not know, a miniatures-heavy Mine exploration (=Dungeon Crawler) board game set in the old Weird West, with slashes of Cthuloid horror tentacles and sci-fi time travelling mixed in by entering portals to Otherworlds found down in said mines. The original kickstarter blew completely up resulting in a […]Read More Shadows of Brimstone: Werewolf Feral Kin
Warming up the 3D printer again, I have revisited a few of the beasts from one of the Axolote Gaming kickstarters. Here is a Death Tyrant, which is an undead Beholder. It should have a smattering of floating, ghostly eyes surrounding it. Not sure how I want to do that though. Maybe bend some pins […]Read More 3D-print: Death Tyrant
In 2018 I did very few large miniatures, being preoccupied with the Bobbybox and the LAF league most of the winter and spring and having my arms out of commission the whole summer. For 2019 I think I want to dedicate to variation. I am far too flighty to stand doing “everything in this army” […]Read More Big Bones: Colossal Skeleton
I think this might be the last post of the year. From the Bones 3 kickstarter: An excellent stand-in for a Great Unclean One or Daemon Prince of Nurgle; a not-Froghemoth, that has now been renamed “77581 Mudgullet” and is slated for release by Reaper this January. I am sure the froghemoth started […]Read More FROGHEMOTH!
Thanks to Xiwo Xerase at the Reapermini forum for identifying this mini: a Dungeons & Dragons 3.5-branded Skeleton Minotaur with code WOC 88287, made by Wizards of the Coast and sculpted by Jim Warner, released some time in the period 2000-2008. — Does anybody recognize this mini? I got this mini from a forum trade or lot […]Read More What turned out to be a D&D 3.5 Skeleton Minotaur
A whole year and almost no Bones painted. How did that happen? There are still so many Bones left to paint and the fourth kickstarter is still on track for delivery around next Easter! I have had these kobolds ready to paint since I received the first Bones several years ago. They were part of […]Read More Bones: The Kobolds