May 15, 2019 scrollmaster

Reaper Miniatures have a lot of models. Most are ok, some a rubbish, but sometimes they release something really inspiring and fun to paint. These Stitch Golems are definitely the later. Was great fun to paint and although my idea of stitching a painting patch on the big one didn’t quite work out as nicely as I thought it would, I am still happy with the overall result. Adding little tattoo snippets brings some interesting story to them too.

April 7, 2019 scrollmaster

I haven’t played Warhammer 40.000 or Warhammer Fantasy Battle for a long while, but I keep up with what’s happening at Games Workshop and when I saw the Adeptus Mechanicus Kastelan Robots, I really liked them. They remind me of the playstation game Fallout. But I tend to buy only what I need so didn’t get them straight away. However, I got them recently for two reasons: 1 was to use them as Iron Golems in D&D and the other was to try out a painting technique I read about a while back using very thinned white layers to create a…

May 8, 2018 scrollmaster

One of the amazing side-effects of playing Dungeons & Dragons again is tat I am no longer locked into a specific miniature line in the same way you tend to get with Tabletop Wargames. As I ave ventured into the world of Roleplaying Games, I’ve found so many cool companies creating all these amazing miniatures. While looking for evil dwarves miniatures, I found these three awesome Stone Golems from MOM Miniaturas. As with the Mierce Wyvern, these gents were also speed painted: Prime grey Drybrush ligt grey to almost white Paint metal bits bronze Glaze over with a suitable green…