I have made a solemn decision to finish up all the half-painted minis on my little shelf of shame. First up is some treeman: I am not sure where this metal miniature comes from, I suspect it is a Wizards of the Coast D&D miniature from the early ’00s. I think one other I had […]Read More From the Shelf of Shame: Finishing The Unfinished
Continuing along the path of least resistance, I did a unit of old metal Citadel Ghouls that I had lying about. Minis with mostly skin and well scupted detail are often quick and easy to paint, and even faster in batches. Like these ones. Basically same approach as the zombies and Mantic ghouls. I have […]Read More Ghouls, Ghouls , Ghouls! and starting the Lost Crusade.
While waiting for more spray-friendly weather to thaw and dry us out, the Drake figures have gone on the back-burner after finishing all the prep. At least I have done one of the little Eyes of Kyran, demon-things: Cute little tyke, no? Although the incessant staring can get a bit annoying at times. Here […]Read More Actually getting something done at last, part 3: Drake and Reaper
Zombies are fun! Also easy peasy to paint. Scruffy, ragged, dirty, blemished and full of gore and unmentionable stains. It helps that the Mantic Zombies are really, really good minis that are full of character! Here bolstered by some Reaper Bones zombies from their kickstarter. The two variants of Reaper Bones zombies. Like many […]Read More Actually getting something done at last, part 2: Mantic (and Reaper) Zombies and Ghouls
I have become such a dull boy with all work and almost no play these last weeks. But I have gotten round to making some time for painting at last, and am working on the plague for Deadzone, playing around with skintones. Not really entirely satisfied with what I have come up with, but it […]Read More Actually getting something done at last, part 1: Deadzone Plague