Tuesday, 31 July 2018

Scatter scenery

Some small things finished over the last weeks.
The desk is a 3D-printed Gothic Bed I downloaded from Thingiverse quite a while ago. Can’t find it now, unfortunately, so I can’t point you in the right direction. Anyway, a nice little piece.
The heaps of fruit and snake basket comes from Sally 4th and their Souk Props. Very nice! More coming as they are all on the painting table.
Pumpkin, loaf of bread, cheese and platters are all from Zealot Miniatures. Useful bits and pieces that I can use in everything from a fantasy dungeon to science fiction. Good stuff!

Thursday, 26 July 2018

Rise of Moloch – Emerson and Tobias

Emerson and Tobias
Another couple of agents (=baddies) for The World of SMOG: Rise of Moloch.
These guys work as a team and if one dies, the other gets a bonus action.

Monday, 23 July 2018

Brimstone – Custodians of Targa and Targa Plateau Pylons

Some Shadows of Brimstone stuff I’ve finished. I’m sort of concentrating on stuff for Targa and Jargono, as I’ve already got some monsters from these. That is not to say I won’t paint anything else, you know me…
These models are from the Custodians of Targa Enemy Pack.
The ususal 28mm figure to get a sense of size.
The Custodians are interesting figures and easy to paint. I can see them used in a pulp setting, too. 
The pylons were as easy and will replace the cardboard pieces you got in the starter box.
I'm sensing a game of Shadows of Brimstone coming up soon.

Monday, 16 July 2018

Dogs and more birds

I’ve been on vacation in the Stockholm Archipelago and without much of an internet connection. Back now in front of the computer, so it’s time for some regular posting.
First of is a bunch of animals that were finished just before we left for the summer place.
The two leftmost dogs are from Reaper and the right one is a Faithful Dog from Shadows of Brimstone.
The birds are a falcon from Reaper, owl from Otherworld (my favourite of the bunch), another Reaper falcon and a crow from Otherworld.
They will come in handy as background creatures, helpers or maybe “monsters”.