I made something in tinkercad for my 3D printer: These are 20mm and 25mm round bases with chamfered edges and a 16mm recess that fits the older Mantic models. You can download the files from Thingiverse. I did not want to build any new minis off the many sprues I got lying about, as the […]Read More From the Flesh Eater Courts
Between receiving both the Conan and the Others 7 Sins KS pledge rewards, I have been spending my time gawking at all the lovely new shiny plastic minis. My first impressions, both Conan and The Others: The Mins are awesomely detailed, even though they are in preassembled “board game plastic” I can see very little […]Read More The Ghoul Goon Squad
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.
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
Too much time has been used lately putting together units for the plastic Undead army I got from the Kings of War kickstarter. There are a bajillion bits to be cut, cleaned up and glued together, and it takes forever! Gorram You, Mantic, for putting all those lovely options and detailing bits in! Also, the […]Read More Test-painting the Mantic Ghouls