These are the town guards known as “The Daisy Guard” in our Daisygate campaign. Ia actually bought these a decade ago to use in a Realm of Chaos campaign I ran (yes, using the very old books). At the time I tried out a new method by painting their armour red and drybrush with bronze for my warband. As part of the Daisygate campaign, I decided to repaint them to fit a more civilized colour scheme and from them I designed a crest for the game as well. The Daisy Guard with Captain of the Guard
This knight will be Captain Sterling Frostarrow of the Daisy Guard in our Daisygate campaign His shield follows the Daisygate crest. Captain with the Daisy Guard
Now that we are starting a more city based and civilised campaign, I’ve found Darksword Miniatures’ Game of Thrones line great for NPCs such as these two Maesters as Scholars. I do find that the blonde man looks a bit like Jeremy Corbyn Scholars of the Institute of Fairy Studies
The George R.R. Martin Masterworks miniatures are fantastic as city NPCs and these three ladies are no exception. The Sansa miniature acts as Baroness Leonilda Von Crupp in our Daisygate campaign. I generally struggle with female faces but I feel these three are better than any I’ve painted before.
Eventhough the Kingdom Death: Monster pinups are great, I don’t paint a lot iof them since I tend to paint what I need to play and they don’t feature in the game.a Nevertheless, I thought it could be fun to paint a male pinup so I bought this fantastic Preacher mini and it has been great fun to paint him. I’m especially happy with the jeans. I’m kinda happy with the white shirt as well. Tried to make it look dirty with Nuln Oil and highlighted it with white, but it became to white, so gave it more Nuln Oil….
Speed painted merchant. Green is contrast paint. Group of NPCs
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 really like this miniature from Hasslfree Miniatures. They are incredibly good at making something simple look fantastic and this lady is no exception. I am also very happy with my paint job on this. Group of NPCs
oh what a mini! so much NPC potential. In our Daisygate campaign, this guy is Gorm the Gimp, the executioner of Daisygate. Group of NPCs
When I bought the female Djinn at Brother Vinni’s, I also found this Arabic Fighter on a Flying carpet. Really cool miniature. Was fun to paint. I tried to give him a more middle eastern skin tone. It became a bit light ,but overall I’m happy with him.
Fantastic and majestic miniature! Leaned on my wife to suggest colours for her. Normally when I paint minis are glue them all together first… to avoid wasting time painting bits that cannot be seen… however, this was a case where I wish I hadn’t glued her skirt on before painting her legs.. or stockings as it were. Very happy with the result though. As the head of The Masquerade, she is brill. The Masquerade complete The Masquerade is the most ancient, secretive and powerful crime organisation in Heden Rei, the world our campaign “The War of the…
Of all the cool Freebooter minis I have, this is probably my least fav to be honest. I think the mask is weird. Happy with the paint job though. The Masquerade complete The Masquerade is the most ancient, secretive and powerful crime organisation in Heden Rei, the world our campaign “The War of the Triplets” is set in. http://scrollmaster.net/dungeons-and-dragons-coscritti-harlequin-freebooter-miniatures/ http://scrollmaster.net/dungeons-and-dragons-dottore-freebooter-miniatures/ http://scrollmaster.net/dungeons-and-dragons-master-harlequina-freebooter-miniatures/ http://scrollmaster.net/dungeons-and-dragons-queen-of-shadows-freebooter-miniatures/ http://scrollmaster.net/dungeons-and-dragons-imperial-fool-jester-freebooter-miniatures/ http://scrollmaster.net/dungeons-and-dragons-colpo-di-mano-freebooter-miniatures/ http://scrollmaster.net/dungeons-and-dragons-spada-freebooter-miniatures/