I recently bought a lot of 50+ older style plastic Citadel Skeletons off Ebay for less than the price of a single squad of 10 new ones, and have spent a few evenings plonking away at them. When I received the horde in the mail, many of the minis were reduced to parts, with many […]Read More I see a Horde of Skeletons Sauntering Slowly
I started playing Fallout 4 again. And suddenly it is next Tuesday… so all I have done the last couple weeks are some more skeletons for Dungeon Saga. Again, simple with colour variations so I can tell the three apart (as if that ever is nessecary in Dungeon Saga…) Just the zombie trolls to […]Read More Dungeon Saga Skeleton Swordsmen and Archers
Working to get some groups of miniatures off the shelf, making big strides today. This is the last group of the Bones 2 KS skeletons there was 9 different models in the pack, I bought 2 packs. Now I have a group of 18 ready to go. Put in a couple of […]Read More Even More Skeletons!
Some more of the Bones 2 Skeletons, now also with armour and clothing: Some bad mould lines along the stonework that a couple of them stood on needed to be concealed with flock. That makes 12 of them finished, with a few more doubles still unpainted to go. 20mm square Mantic base, BonesRead More Six More Bones Skeletons
Continuing with models from the Bones 2 KS shipment, we get some skeletons out of the closet: 2 each of the barest of bony skeletons, no armour, no frills. Dead simple. They are a bit knock-kneed though. One good thing is that the Bones material used in these is much less bendy than the skeletons in Bones 1. Bones […]Read More Bones 2: The bare bones skeletons
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.