So this is one of those where I’d love to say I spent hours… nay… DAYS on the paint job… but I did not. Bottomline is I speed painted my way right through this and am very happy with the result! Prime Green Ink with Coelia Greenshade from Games Workshop Drybrush with a light green Drybrush with an even lighter green Paint nails and claws bone. Ink with Agrax Earthshade from Games Workshop Paint eyes with a neon yellow from Vallejo Add purple tongue for good measure! Base with stones and terrain flock. Done! Can’t wait for an opportunity to…
Another couple of amazing Goblin minis following the heels of the Head Goblin Black from Knightmare Miniatures. Both simple, yet full of character.
I really like the goblins from Knightmare Miniatures. I’ve bought lots of them and will be posting them as I get them painted (and played), but I want to start with my absolute favourite: The Head Goblin Black. This mini is so full of character, but without looking overly decorated. This boss was meant to fight! I’m using him in my Dungeons and Dragons campaign as Gnimsh the Wonderful who is a combination of an adversary as well as a roleplaying opportunity.
Found this super awesome Minotaur at Mierce Miniatures stand at this year’s Salute. He didn’t really fit into my ongoing Dungeons & Dragons campaign, but he was too cool to pass by. As it happened, I had to pause the overall campaign for a bit, which meant I was able to do a spin-off chapter using this dude as the bad guy.
What started out as a unintended joke, has taken shape and is fast becoming a new entry to my “War of the Triplets” Dungeons and Dragons campaign.I give thee: Bebbie the Beholder Barkeeper, owner of Bebbie’s Bar and boss of the bouncer, Techno Viking!I already have a purpose in my mind and hope to be able to introduce Bebbie to my players in tomorrow’s game!Bebbie is customer made from a Mike Wazowski toy with eye stalks from the D&D beholder miniature.Bebbie in his barBebbie on an adventure
TECHNO VIKING!!!! Oh, this is a miniature I’ve been wanting to create for a while and I finally found the bits I needed at Hasslefree Miniatures. He is made out of two viking minis and his hand is from the weird and wonderful Immortan Drumpf mini. He will be the bouncer at the tavern; Bebbie’s Bar (to come). FYI, in case you don’t know who Techno Viking is, he is describe by Wikipedia as “Techno Viking is an internet phenomenon or meme based on a video from the 2000 Fuckparade in Berlin, Germany.”
Chapter 1 was made as a one-off adventure as my players almost all new to roleplaying games and I wasn’t sure if they would like it or not. However, I did make sure to make it extendable in case they liked the first game, which they did and so the campaign “War of the Triplets” was kicked off. Following the Chapter, I wrote up a small intermission giving the players two directions to choose from to take the campaign forward, one of the benefits of making a home brewed campaign. the unanimously chose to leave the Parthonox, the Dwarven Omnitropolis, to go…
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.