October 15, 2017 scrollmaster

This is my first non-Forgotten King and likely to be my last Super Dungeon Explore mini for a while as I A) want to play game itself and find out if my friends are interested, and B) I recently bought Arcadia Quest so want to paint that set next. Nyan Nyan is the first ever miniature where I’ve tired to add some blush to the cheeks so all you lady painters out there: Feel free to laugh at my attempt to do makeup!    

October 12, 2017 scrollmaster

Soooo close! I promised myself I wouldn’t paint (or buy) any additions to Super Dungeon Explore before I had completed the Forgotten King box. I was one mini short (Boris) when I found Shadow Mode Candy in Leisure Games. Boris is half finished so all things equal, Shadow Mode Candy can take his place for the time being. She’s been super fun to paint. Gradient hair was difficult. Gave me grey hair, but I’m happy with the result. The sword was another challenge as the last 25% of the sword had not been cast, so I had to create the…

October 10, 2017 scrollmaster

I wanted to paint the Forgotten King himself as the last miniature of the box, but painting the scratched cloaks of the Grobbit Executioners, I really wanted to test out the same technique on the King’s cloak… and with only Boris and the Creeps left, I felt it was ok to fast forward to the King. Another thing I was keen on trying was his face. I know on the card itself he is white faced, but given the sculpt, I wanted to try and emulate the colours of an owl. I was using a Google image search as inspiration,…

October 9, 2017 scrollmaster

The Evil Medieval This monster gang (or should I say these as there effectively are two) took significantly longer to paint than the Cabbage Gang. And but the Frog Knights and the Billmen took longer to paint than the heroes due to their level of details. All in all I am happy with the result, but to be honest, I like the cabbage monsters better so they were more fun to paint. Bramle Knight Spawning Points The Bad-ass Bunnies The Grobbit Executioners were fun to paint. I tried to make their cloaks scratchy inspired by an article in White Dwarf,…

September 30, 2017 scrollmaster

The Cabbage Army Love how fast this gang was to paint: Prime green, drybrush the shit of of them and add a bit of colour here and there to distinguish elites. Next gang from Fogotten King won’t be that fast though. Old-Growth Hollow Spawning Points The Sprouts I do love the idea of the little annoying Lil Sprout transforming into the big menace that is the King Sprout. Mooks Note the Sprouts and the Mooks have a slightly blue’er tint to their overall green colour than the Wisp and Turnip Heads in order to make them seem related. Wisps I…

September 26, 2017 scrollmaster

Well… overall I think Super Dungeon Explore minis are relatively fast to paint, but not this lady. I had problems with her cloak and only after getting that done did I realise how many potions she is carrying around! Anyway she is done and I am happy with her. All the Forgotten Heroes Together And with their Pets The complete Forgotten King set (all 58)

September 26, 2017 scrollmaster

I’ve mentioned this before, but one of the things I love about the Super Dungeon Explore Miniatures is that they are relatively easy and fast to paint. The Questing Knight is a prime example of that. I am happy with the end result, but it feels like I’ve cheated as he didn’t take that long to paint… it reminds me of when I painted Pervical for Kingdom Death: Monster, but who says it should take ages to paint miniatures? All the Forgotten Heroes Together And with their Pets The complete Forgotten King set (all 58)

September 23, 2017 scrollmaster

The pet wonders were super fun to paint. I love how fast it is to paint these Chibi models compared to high detailed minis normally found for wargames. Don’t get me wrong: I love painting high-detailed minis too, but these minis are a nice break.   Madam Hilde, Miss G. Snorts and The Colonel I actually painted Madam Hilde’s skin twice as my partner didn’t feel she was pink enough in the first instance… and she was right. I also realised after I painted her, that she’s a she so I added some eyeliner to make her a tad more feminine….

September 23, 2017 scrollmaster

While Princess Emerald was the first “chibi” style miniature I’ve ever painted and I did find it challenging as she was very different to paint that the high-quality, detailed wargaming miniatures I normally paint, I did find find painting the Royal Warden a whole lot easier as I was building on what I have learned. I’ve also realised that painting Super Dungeon Explore miniatures is a lot faster due to the lower quantity of details, which I am starting to find very appealing as I can get to a finished result faster… which is needed given the Forgotten King expansion…