I am slowly pushing towards the goal of finishing the rest of the minis from The Others: 7 SIns boardgame (“only” 3 sins avatars and their sets of 6 abominations each, plus two sets of acolytes left to do!) Did I say two sets of 6 acolytes left? Hobos! When the Sins stalk the […]Read More The Others: 7 Sins: The Hobo Acolytes
5 year old Nicolas and his conjoined twin Nigel…they were surgically separated but still wanted to be together…Nicolas has a powerful psychic presence and is a very difficult enemy the heroes have great problems with overcoming, since he can turn both their own powers and innocent bystanders against them. Nicolas has a 65x45mm base. […]Read More The Others 7 Sins: Nicolas and his twin Nigel
Apocalypse Now! (sorry, just had to) The Others: 7 Sins boardgame has an Expansion named Apocalypse. Unsurprisingly, it includes versions of The Four Horsemen…and a …Thing…called Greater Demon of the Apocalypse: They are all large minis. Apocalypse (in case you have not guessed it, the tentacled monstrosity second from the left) is 130mm […]Read More The Others: 7 Sins: Apocalypse!
…5 Gooooolden Rings! ‘Tis the first week of Christmas, and time is scarce in the face of working at a shop and my sons birthday celebrations. But I have managed to squeeze some painting in now and then, resulting in these: First, a recap of how to deal with translucent minis: Clear minis […]Read More Shadows of 7 Sins and see-through minis
In the Others: 7 Sins, the agents of F.A.I.T.H. are fighting a losing fight against the encroaching forces of Sin, whose corruption already has manifested in large parts of the city’s remaining population…infesting all social strata from the very bottom to the very top. Such as The Mayor Your regular Dr Octopus. Colours of […]Read More More from The Others: 7 Sins and Shadows of Brimstone
Just finishing off some more bits and bobs cluttering up my workspace, making room for all the goodness to come… From Bones 3: Mythos Expansion: 77525 Great Obelisk. I have tried to vary the tones on the greys used here, on the obelisk itself and not just the cephalopod on top. It really […]Read More Bones: Dungeon Decor, Cthulhu Statues and more