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!
Below is the finished alternate Rogue Necromancy by Wyrd Games for Malifaux. Not an easy model to paint but he is finished. I used a mix of Scale and GW paints.
Emeline Bellerose is painted and ready to help Seamus. The Red Chapel Keyword is now ready for the table.
An amazing sculpt without their signature tiny pieces. Continue reading “Emeline Bellerose by Wyrd Games”
Followers likely saw my tutorial on painting undead flesh HERE. The rest of the model is now done. He ended up a lot busier than I expected. Between the stark contrasts of the black metal and the colorful skin tones he is a lot to take in visually. I may of been better off with a simpler metal scheme.
Now I move to painting up a second set of Mindless Zombies (because Nico). Catch you at the Paint Desk! Continue reading “Paint Desk – Student of Steel”
This kit was, by far, the biggest pain-in-the-ass build I’ve ever had. That said, its a damn cool model. I tried to match the box art and it gave me more practice on my OSL and blending.
I ran him (unpainted) in a tournament last week and I really liked him into the OURS strategy. Bone Pile is painted and ready for the table.