Friday, 22 January 2016

Chthon from Reaper, or maybe a grick?

A tentacle monstrosity from Reaper, a Chthon. I have no idea what that is but I might use it as a grick in our D&D campaign, or just an unspecified disgusting tentacled monster.
Mine is from the Bones range (77228) but you can also get a metal one from the Dark Heaven Legends range (03603).

Another fast paintjob. Vallejo 881 Yellow Green with an Army Painter Strong Tone Ink wash, followed by a drybrush of 881 and finally a very light drybrush of 912 tan Yellow. Tentacles got a wash of Citadel Washes Baal Red. Fangs are Bone White.

Gamer pal Gunnar has written a piece on our latest Pulp Alley adventure that is very well written and fun (but a bit short on truth). Go check it out if Pulp Alley is your thing.
If you want the true story you will find it here J

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    1. Everything with tentacles is great :-)

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  2. Whatever it is, it is certainly nicely painted.

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    1. Thank you Michael
      A nice little beastie

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  3. A nasty looking brute! Nicely done, and perfect for Pulp games.

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    1. It got potential for both fantasy and pulp - the best type of monster :-)

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  4. Excellent. Would make good critters for the underhive.

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    1. Thanks Simon
      An useful little monster and with a fair price too, as it comes from the Bones range

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  5. Hi Joakim,

    Nearly pick up some of these to use as proxies for Shadows of Brimstone Slugs, went with something else, painted them up ...and then brought the slugs anyway, good work as always, sometimes its satisfying to get paint on, no fuss 8).

    All the best, Brian ( Davros)

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    1. Hi Brian!
      Nice to hear from you!
      I bought the slugs the other day and you'll see them here... sometime rather soon.

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