Even more off the shelf of shame… This unit of 5 Wraiths came as a part of the undead army I bought through the first Mantic Kings of War kickstarter. They were also some of the first minis I got (together with some undead mounted knights) that were in restic. I had never seen, nor […]Read More Mantic Wraiths
I have some half painted, started and aborted minis standing around on the shelf taking up space and making a general nuisance of themselves. So in a concerted move to get rid of a few of them, I am currently trying to finish at least one mini from the shelf for each new I start […]Read More Off the shelf of shame again
Moving on through the shelf of half-abandoned minis, we get to the Papa Growler. This is not the biggest, I believe I should have an even larger one in a more impressive pose lying around somewhere. But I have not seen it for quite some years. Going to need to do a little search mission […]Read More National day off = painted Growler
Being in part, the further chronicles of the Most Holy Quest to see the Wall Behind the Shelf of Shame: 1. Three Undead Legionnaires, from first edition Warzone. Metal models. 2. The second Mantic Werewolf. And it does look better in all over grey. 3. Dreadball Team: The Mighty Z´zor! The Ludwig […]Read More Off the shelf of Shame, part V. The good, the bad and the ugly, ugly failure
Another old, half painted, uninspired figure from the shelf. A metal Reaper Knight on Foot, The mini istelf is really nice. But for some reason it has been sitting around half-baked for ages. I have also rebased it with a Citadel 20mm base. At any rate, now it is done. There is a similar one […]Read More Off the shelf of shame, part III. Also Drake.
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