Picking up work on the rest of the bobbybox miniatures, untouched since before Easter(!), here are the contents of the Skeleton Troop Sprue all done: 10 skeleton infantry, a skeletal dog (or is it a rat), and the top of a skeleton dragging itself up from the grave I already have (the start […]Read More Bobbybox pt 14: Skeletons of the Lost Crusade
5 year old Nicolas and his conjoined twin Nigel…they were surgically separated but still wanted to be together…Nicolas has a powerful psychic presence and is a very difficult enemy the heroes have great problems with overcoming, since he can turn both their own powers and innocent bystanders against them. Nicolas has a 65x45mm base. […]Read More The Others 7 Sins: Nicolas and his twin Nigel
I have not had the time to paint anything these last few weeks, but I did this pair for the LAF old school painting party back in September. Somehow I forgot to post them here. This is your bog standard Skaven Packmaster, 90s era. I have used a modern lipped 30mm round base. Originally […]Read More Middle-school Skaven
I have been mining my mountains of minis on the hunt for miniatures from last century to paint and enter in The Old School Fantasy Painting Party over on the LAF forum, I have uncovered a few nuggets of golden oldies I would like a crack at. However, whether I can manage to make time to paint […]Read More Beware the Jabberwock, my son (the ancient one!)
I have been awarded a second golden button at Beasts of War, for my Apocalypse minis! Woot!Read More A Second Golden Button at Beasts of War!
Apocalypse Now! (sorry, just had to) The Others: 7 Sins boardgame has an Expansion named Apocalypse. Unsurprisingly, it includes versions of The Four Horsemen…and a …Thing…called Greater Demon of the Apocalypse: They are all large minis. Apocalypse (in case you have not guessed it, the tentacled monstrosity second from the left) is 130mm […]Read More The Others: 7 Sins: Apocalypse!
So I have not painted anything since early June due to tendonitis in both arms. Now, at last, my arms are better, and I can get back to some painting. However, my IRL circumstances have recently changed and this will cut seriously back on my free time the rest of this and the first half of […]Read More Easy does it. Getting back into it.
The seventh round was the quarter finals, featuring just the top 8 on the leaderboard after round 6. I was chuffed to be one of the quarterfinalists. This round had a compulsory Historical theme, “Round 7 – Explorers, settlers and pioneers. A team comprising a party of historical explorers, settlers or pioneers. From Conquistadors to […]Read More Lead Painters League round 7
Sorry about the delay in posting this. It has been more than a month since I posted, real life has been catching up to me and I have simply not had the time to reshoot a bunch of pictures as most of the original pictures I took did not turn out well. Also, I have […]Read More Lead Painters League round 6
One of the reasons I joined the Lead Painters League was that I sometimes need a kick in the seat of my pants to get out of my comfort zone and paint something different. I have over the years amassed a veritable mountain range of minis, alot of which have come from an assortment of […]Read More Lead Painters League Round 5
It has been a busy week with not much time for hobby, so this post is later than it might have been. Round 4 of the Lead Painter’s League had the optional theme of a support weapon with at least four crew. Here is my entry: This is a Goblin Man-Mangler by Crooked Claw […]Read More Lead Painters League round 4
The third round is done, here is my entry: “Off to off the wizard” The figures are from Reaper Bones KS3, “Chronoscope* Wild West Oz”. Since they all were armed, I see this as a sort of hit squad, hence the title. I based them on 30mm round display bases from Reaper, and I […]Read More Lead Painters League round 3