Friday, 26 May 2017

Mercs: Recon – More Civilians

I based these on 25mm bases instead of 30mm, to make them useful for other games too.
A couple of more civilians for Mercs, this time four frightened female Workers, an Informant and a Supervisor. 
Supervisor (you could tell, couldn't you...), Informant (listening carefully) and a frightened Worker

Another batch is primed on the painting table and SecFor security personnel are being assembled.

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Water Tower from Sarissa

I bought this rather excellent water tower from Sarissa a while ago. It’s from their 28mm Old West range and is, off course, for my Dead Man’s Hand wild-west games.
I had a bit of an accident when I assembled it, as the fit of all the parts to the base-plate was rather tight. I tried to force it and the legs holding the tank broke. Much swearing was heard…
Anyway, I tried to fix it and I believe the water tower actually looks better now than before. It’s a bit more personal J

I also added a cover to the water-tank.
Now it is time to start playing DMH. The first games will be at home, and then on to the club, as several members has showed interest in dusting off their cowboys.
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Friday, 19 May 2017

Mercs: Recon - Civilians

When I at last started reading the rules for Mercs: Recon I found out that I really wanted to have a bunch of civilians painted up and more Security Force personnel. I’ve already painted some type 2 and 3 security types, but I also needed type 1 and 4 so I don’t have to use markers for those during game-play.

Administrator and Scientist
Here’s the first bunch of civilians, they're all from expansions or KS-extras. Not the best when you look at details, but ridiculously easy to paint as there are no weapons, scabbards, buckles, belts, backpacks, armour, hats, helmets or other gear. Two more batches are on the painting table now.
Worker and Analyst
These could be use in both more or less modern, near future and SF settings.

Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Old West figures from Black Scorpion Miniatures

I bought the Tombstone 4 set from Black Scorpion in 2015 to get my hands on the priest, for use in Pulp Alley. The other four minis went into the resin-mountain, waiting for some attention.
As I’m working on my Old West buildings I thought it was a good idea to finish these figures, as I hope it all will see action soon. So, here they are, after a coat of paint.

Very nice minis, these. 

Monday, 15 May 2017

Castle Ravenloft game all painted!

Everything painted and ready for a game.
So I painted the final figures for Castle Ravenloft boardgame at last! With that, it is all finished and it will be great fun to finally play a game with a fully painted set. 
The final, rather lame, figures - a dwarf cleric, elf wizard and finally the vampire, Count Stradh. This mini is such a lame arch nemesis. I certainly expected a more frightenigh and dynamic mini of this legenday foe. (Yes, I've DM:ed the original adventure. It was great, especially when when of the players said. "Hey, guys... I don't think we're the hunters here...")
The dracolich. Another not so great mini. It's huge but... well, it's done.

Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Dust – Ranger Attack Squad

After a game of Dust 1947 at Gothcon during Easter I was really hooked on the new version. I bought the new rule-book and also new cards for Axis and Allies (SSU was sold out).
I already got quite a lot of Axis forces painted, so it is time to paint up some Allies.
First up is the Ranger Attack Squad. Close Combat specialists with 2 flamethrowers and 3 shotguns.
I’ve tried out some different colours on these, to get a suitable colour scheme to use for all allied troops. I need some more tests to get everything right. Right in this case is to get troops to look different from the SSU and also, and very importantly, to make them easy to paint. Essentially basecoats and washes and certainly no camouflage (it might be pretty but takes far too much time to finish). Easy, fast and looking decent – that’s my Dust-motto!

Easy! Fast! Decent!
That is THE way to paint Dust-figures! Got it?!
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Monday, 8 May 2017

Dungeon scenery from Zealot

 Another batch of scenery from Zealot. Useful stuff, large and small.
Living door - closed and open. Would you enter?
A double door.
Levers - they told me to pull one, but which?
A cultist - useful as a statue

A gibbet with an unfortunant ex-tenant and a stool
A welcome news is that everything from the kickstarter is now available from their shop. There are things like really large scenery pieces down to stuff like books, goblets, bones and wands, very useful for treasure/objective markers etc. Well worth a visit!

Friday, 5 May 2017

American Church from Perry/Renedra

Another building ready for Dead Man’s Hand, this time it’s the American Church from Perry Miniatures/Renedra.
A nice little kit that gives you a really useful building.
Only the store left now of the Perry houses.

Wednesday, 3 May 2017

Howling hag and other Ravenloft minis + Hellknight

Here’s the Howling Hag from the Ravenloft game. A not too bad mini, that might see action in other games also.
Next up are Allisa, a female ranger, and Arjhan, a dragonborn fighter. Rather uninspiring sculpts that I really just wanted paint on. Not my best…
Well, it certainly looks better with paint than without.
Just a few more minis and that game is finished. Unfortunately, those same figures are not the funniest of the bunch. They’re all on the painting table, though.
Finally Hellknight, Order of the Nail, sculpted by Bobby Jackson and from my mini-mountain of Reaper Bones figures.

Not the most fantastic of minis, but very fast to finish. Just a couple of different metals and browns followed by a black wash. Done in no time, really, and, to be honest, I finished him just to get a fast dent in the mountain.
I needed that as the last month has been very slow miniatures-wise.

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Monday, 1 May 2017

Mercenary Spearman from Otherworld Miniatures

Here’s the Mercenary Spearman, sculpted by Ian Mountain, and from Otherworld Miniature’s Henchmen & Hirelings range.
It’s a great sculpt, as always with Otherworld, of a not overly enthusiastic hireling. He, or is it a she, have this look of “I don’t want to be here…”
Another favourite.
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