About a year ago, I bought a set of Mantic old convert-your-own sci fi zombies off ebay, and combined with the plague zombie sprues I got from the deadzone kickstarter I spent a day building a ton of them. They have been cluttering up my to do-shelf ever since, only being nickled-and-dimed in small groups, getting […]Read More Space Hurps done for now
After the big Harbinger demon, time to unwind with some smaller demons: The last two out of the three Hordlings from the second Bones Kickstarter. These were experiments with differently coloured inks, to compare the effects vs the transparent ones. Here is the first one, that I painted last year. Just for completeness sake: […]Read More Reaper Bones Hordlings
I need to get bigger backdrops. This one I jury-rigged out of the set I printed out way back when, and it is a bit wierd with all the different colours. Trying to get all the minis from these sets in the same picture was not feasible, and even each set in a single picture did […]Read More Shadows of Brimstone: The Full Sets
The Harbinger from the Swamps of Death game set! A stonking big winged greater daemon for the end boss and largest single miniature I have seen in a boardgame! Wingspan as a large dragon and too big for my backdrop! It says alot that it has to squat down to be able to reach our intrepid […]Read More Shadows of Brimstone: The Harbinger!
Without further ado, here are the Heroes of The Shadows of Brimstone! City of the Ancients: Saloon Girl – Bandido – U S Marshal – Gunslinger Swamps of Death Lawman – Rancher – Indian Scout – Preacher For some reason, I always gravitate towards the monsters and creatures in a game such as […]Read More Shadows of Brimstone: The Heroes
Both Shadows of Brimstone sets are nearing completion! Here is the last group of mooks, the Hell Bats from the Shadows of Brimstone: Swamps of Death game set. There are six in the game, the picture includes the first test one that I did a week or so ago. Hell Bats Shadows of Brimstone: Swamps […]Read More Last of the Brimstone Goon Squads
Gives a new meaning to “puking your guts out” doesn’t it? The Goliath, who is the end level boss from Shadows of Brimstone: City of the Ancients. A greater daemon sized tentacled horror, Hard as nails in game, and usually does not appear alone! Presumably it feeds by vomiting its tendrilled aesophagus onto it’s intended […]Read More Goliath online.
The three Slashers from Shadows of Brimstone Swamps of Death. Giant Lobster Ogres, much like Mirelurks. I have been putting these off because I could not decide on a paint scheme. In the end, I decided to start them off as vaguely lobster-like and just wing it. I think what I ended up with works well. […]Read More Mirelurks! Well, almost.
This pair of demon dogs have been half-painted for something like 15 years or so. They have been lying about in a box until I found them the other day. I have based them and finished them off, keeping to the same colour scheme as I used for a unit many, many moons ago. Not great, […]Read More Leviathan Hellhounds
As I am trying to finish off the Shadows of Brimstone base games, I am pushing ahead with those minis. Here are the Void Spiders. Nasty little extradimensional bugs, and numerous. There are 12 in the game. I have been debating myself about how to paint these, and settled for a tarantula-like scheme. Sinister and simple, […]Read More Spiders! Get them off me!
Ba’su’su the Vile, King of Gargoyles, Champion of the Abyssals. (Not to be mistaken for Assyrian / Babylonian “Pazuzu” the Winged Demon of the Winds.) “First among the Halfbreeds called into existence by the wicked machinations of the Iron-casters is Ba’su’su the Vile. Wherever he goes, there follows a mass of Gargoyles so dense […]Read More Ba’su’su the Vile
From sometime in the late 80s hails the third of my Old Chaos Dwarfs. This one wears full plate armour, and a mighty beard like a ruff. Obey the Beard! Chaos Dwarf with two handed sword Citadel Miniatures Metal 30mm base Painted so far this month / year: 13Read More Oldhammer Chaos Dwarf, part III