I bought these Dwarven ladies at DragonMeet last year for a specific purpose for our then D&D campaign “War of the Triplets”. However, the heroes decided to go in a different direction so never got around to need them and hence never got around to paint them. Now that we have started up a second Covid19 campaign “Twobridges”, one player wanted to be a Dwarven Paladin specifically with. hammer so I suddenly needed to paint one of them up. The are really cool minis and she was a great fun to paint. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPsDdTEXs2g
Really like the Atlantis dwarf minis, but one thing I would say is they are better primed black as they have so many details you need the black undercoat to really cover all the crevasses. Scholars of the Institute of Fairy Studies
I honestly don’t remember when I bought this miniature. It might have been with the flesh golem. I quite like it as it is quite the character for an NPC. Group of NPCs
I spent quite a long time looking for Dwarven undead and was quite proud of the gang I had painstakingly collected, so when I found the Macrocosm box of dwarven skellies, it was with mixed feelings. However, I still think the gang I’ve collected is a pretty cool team and I painted their bases in lava style to distinguish them from the lowly cannon fodder skeletons.
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…
The Dwarf player of my “War of the Triplets” campaign is new to Dungeons and Dragons, but I know his sense of humour so this pipe-smoking, beer guzzling cheeky dwart miniature from Hasslefree Miniatures was perfect. Besides, I’ve always wanted to paint Hasslefree minis, but since I only paint what I can play with, I’ve never had much of an excuse to buy some… now I do. Dwarf with “Mr Giggles” The complete party for “War of the Triplets”
I’ve decided to start playing Dungeons & Dragons again this yea, 2018… which incidentally makes it 20 years since I last played any roleplaying game. I’ve gathered 5-6 players, most who have never played Dungeons & Dragons, or any roleplaying games for that matter. I’ll be the Game Master and have been writing up a one-off adventure for them to get started. To get started I went to one of my local game stores, Leisure Games, to pick up the rulebooks and in doing so also picked up a few random miniatures: The Plague Reaper, Silverhorn and Dain Deepaxe that…