Two very nice pieces from Black Sun Miniatures, but I’ll have to say the tree had a lot of gaps I have to green stuff.
Great little fountain from Alternative Armies. I used some liquid water from Vallejo and some leaves from a hedge scenery piece I’ll never use.
Not much to say here, except I really really had a lot of fun painting these… and thanks to my partner for suggesting wine rings on the table cloths.
While shopping the Hasslefree site, I found these village and halloween kids. Wasn’t sure what to use them for originally, but now the Devil Boy is part of a magic item I made up called “White Bag of Tricks” alongside the Angel and the Angel Babies… and I think the Village Kids themselves will feature in Chapter 2 of “War of the Triplets”… maybe.
I hadalready planned to make a Whihte Bag of Tricks magic item, when I received my first ever Darksword Miniatures order… wihch to my surprise contained one tfree miniature: A tiny Angel Baby. Perfect! As you have probably guessed, I’ve had a few other orders since then 🙂
And this is my first Dragon for Dungeons & Dragons! I’m quite pleased with this one.
I got this cool miniature in one amazing box full of minis I got for my birthday and it gave me an idea for a “White Bag of Tricks” magic item from which you can draw various celestial beings including angel babies and a devil boy.
What a great miniature. Full of evil and character that is embodied in the cauldron too.
Since Chapter 1.5 of “The War of the Triplets” was a spin-off episode, I wanted a different feel, which meant a different villain in his own world and Dr Frankenmuller and his Flesh Golem was perfect for that role.
Originally I was looking for Cultists and I found these cool Dark Brethren from Heresy Miniatures, but as I started painting them, I learned of the Shadar-Kai and it gave me a whole new, deeper angle to Chapter 1.5 of “The War of the Triplets” and I repainted the Cultists to look more alien.