Souls of the Damned

In Shadows of Brimstone the Caverns of Cynder expansion, there are rules for Cynder-versions of two of the monster types in the Swamps of Death base game.

With the first wave of the KS rewards came an extra set of the base game minis, so I had some I could paint up as the varients.

One of which is Hellbats becoming LavaBats, and the other is The Hungry Dead becoming Souls of the Damned:



Now, there should have been 12 of these, but for some reason I did four of them earlier as regular Hungry Dead. So now there are only 8 left to do as spirits….

…but not to despair! We gotsa lotsa Bones to pick!


With a bunch of leftover Stetson-wearing Bones from the KS that otherwise probably never would have seen a lick of paint, the ticket is filled nicely.

Painted with coloured ink washes over light grey undercoat, when dry this was followed by drybrushing with very light versions of the base colours. Basically I used these to try out different combinations of colours to see what would work. Some turned out better than others.

I used black flock on a black base since Cynder is all burned and charred (and I simply could not be arsed to do lava bases).


Souls of the Damned (aka The Hungry Dead)

from Shadows of Brimstone Swamps of Death base set.

Flying Frog Productions

HIPS plastic

30mm bases


and 6 assorted Bones Cowboys and -gals

Reaper Miniatures

Bonesium PVC

30mm bases


Painted so far this month: 14

Painted so far this year: 310




Categories: Bones / PVC, Flying Frog, Kickstarter, Reaper, Shadows of BrimstoneTags: , , , ,

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Tom Trussel

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