“Harvesters from Beyond” are large treasure seeking aliens crossing the void into our world (or any Otherworld the heroes might be exploring) wearing massive, armoured “deep sea diving” encounter suits. As you might imagine, they are bloody terrifying in game as they are like tanks and very difficult to put down. I did them in different shades […]Read More Shadows of Brimstone: The Harvesters from Beyond
Mr. Pink: [about Mr. Blonde] He seems okay now, but he was crazy in the store. Mr. White: This is what he was doing… [mimics randomly shooting innocent bystanders] Mr. White: Bam! Bam! Bam! Bam! Mr. Blonde: Yeah, bam, bam, bam, bam, bam. I told ’em not to touch the alarm… but they touched it. […]Read More Shadows of Brimstone: Reservoir Bandits
Taking up some of the slack on Shadows of Brimstone, next up is the Scourge Rats and their three-burrowed nest. These are small enemies, and as such, there are a lot of them. A dozen of the little blighters, to be precise. The Scourge Rats are mutated by the darkstone making them them big mutant monster […]Read More Shadows of Brimstone: The Scourge Rats
Life happens, and I get into a funk loosing my painting mojo for weeks on end. It is the way of things. So to get into the groove again, I decided to do some neglected bits, starting with the Doorways into Darkness portals from the expansion by that very same name for Shadows of Brimstone. After […]Read More Shadows of Brimstone: The Doorways into Darkness
These are from one of the three enemy expansion sets that were added to the KS as paid add ons in the pledge manager, as the stretch goals for them were only just not reached… so they made them anyway and charged extra for them. As I wanted the lot, I added them, using some […]Read More Shadows of Brimstone: Trun Hunters aka the Visitors
Reading through the Shadows of Brimstone: Caverns of Cyder otherworld expansion I got in the wave 1,5 shipment, I see that they have made Cynder-versions of the Hellbats called Lavabats and the Hungry Dead called Restless Spirits. Which prompted me to look at what I had left of the extra set of sprues I got with […]Read More Shadows of Brimstone: Last of the Stranglers
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
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.
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!