Wyrd Games’ miniatures have so much detail and character – share this with friends you are trying to convince to play! A video showcase of the fully painted Red Chapel crew. Detailed 360 views with some creepy music to set the mood. Continue reading Seamus and Crew Painted Showcase
McMourning left the barn with the slightest of smirks. Only Sebastian knew the doctor well enough to recognize the joy and excitement felt by his mentor. “Back to the lab, Sebastian. I just bought us three horses that will be perfect for our next experiment.” Kentauroi are now painted and ready to help the good doctor in a game of Malifaux. Continue reading Kentauroi Painted!
Rowan Nilsson (by Wyrd Games) is painted and ready for a game of Malifaux! One of the better sculpts from Wyrd. The bottles were a challenge. HOT TIP – seal with matte spray then go back with Ardcoat by Games Workshop to give the glass a shiny finish. Continue reading Rowan Nilsson (by Wyrd Games) is Painted!
Mourners are painted and ready for a game of Malifaux 3e by Wyrd Games. Lovely sculpts! Continue reading Mourners Painted!
“Mighty Model Spotlight, Part 1”
by James Dator and Ray Flynn
The 7ss slot in Rezzers has gotten competitive: Goryo, Lampad, Shikome, Student of Viscera, Sebastian… Lots of good choices for a variety of situations.
But only one gets you another model upon death, increases threat ranges, increases damage dealing, and can just warp around the board every turn with wild abandon: Enter the Forgotten Marshall.
This guy is 7ss of versatile awesome. He is one of, if not the, best 7ss model in the faction and one of the more underrated models in the game. Let’s ignore the fact that he summons a 4-5ss minion upon death, his other stats and abilities are stellar; causing massive headaches for your opponent.
I am almost done with my second Kentauroi. Left to do:
- Finish the black hair and hooves
- Add gore
- Add grass to the base and moss to the stone
They are amazing on the table and wonderful sculpts. I’m happy with the blends on the gravestone and with the horse flesh. I’ll post the finished piece here and on AWP. Continue reading “Paint Desk – Kentauroi #2”