Painting goblins for a D&D game. I’m trying to paint encounter groups for all the humanoid races.
Lately I’ve been painting a wide assortment of figures for various RPGs I plan to play. So, a bit of a mixed bag today.
My collection of Elf figures was lacking so I painted up this figure from Otherworld miniatures.
This figure is from the Wizkids unpainted miniature line. I think this is the first figure from this line I’ve painted and felt satisfied with the final result.
I’ve been waiting awhile to paint this orc captain figure and finally circled back to finish it. I’m very happy how it turned out. I did not notice until I took the photo that I did not match the bases, I’ll have to fix this later.
This is the final unit I plan to add to my chaos dwarf force. I may circle back to the force at some point but in the mean-time I’m calling the army done!
These fantastic figures are the last of my Titan Wargames figures. They were great models to paint.
My Tzeentch army is done too! Hope to take pictures by the end of the year.
This year I’ve painted tons of figures for GW/FFG releases for the shop. One project I’m very excited about is the new Adeptus Titanicus. I don’t get as much time to play as I’d like, and am happy to report I got my Warlord to the table for a game.
I had to paint my Warlord super fast to make it for release, so I did not magnetize the arms like everyone else. Guess I’ll have to do up another one! Also, pictured here are the new building for this scale. They painted up quick but took forever to assemble, these building are very modular.
I got shot up in a head on gun fight and my reactor exploded!
We played a Warlord mega-battle! The game highlight was Carmin one-shot Stefan’s Warlord.
I finally finished what I think will be the last of the villains and monsters I need for the Conan board game campaign.
Khosatral Khel – The main villain of the campaign.
Thog. I air-brushed on the base colours then finished up with a few washes. So far Thog is my most successful air-brushed figure.