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I had a bunch of new figures arrive the other day. I am trying to decide which set to paint up first. Any thoughts?
Here are the new fishmen, a mind flayer, and an evil cleric of the sea:
I'd like to paint up this guy to be a green and/or bronze dragon:
A storm and a cloud giant:
Two more dancing girls:
A marid and a hippocampus chariot:
So, which one first?
The forces of madness are many and varied. Ranging from the harmless mob to the terrifying star spawn.
The thin barrier protecting the world is a small group of people.
I will be painting up the miniatures from Mansions of Madness 2nd edition and Recurring Nightmares. Normally I would not start another work in progress while one is still unfinished, but we have been playing the game quite a bit and I have been running the Strange Aeons pathfinder set which is mythos based. So I can use plenty of cultist. These will be painted to table top quality.
I also have completed a side project that was holding up my being able to paint. An in progress photo is below.
Some of the cultists have already been started and but I have been mainly working on cleaning up the mold lines. I have been asked to work on one of the Chthonian so that is what I will be working on next. Fantasy flight had painted versions of the miniatures, but at least on this one I did not like their paint scheme to much. So I will be working on my own.
I will probably work through most of the monsters first before starting the investigators as I have a greater need for them.
table top mini from the big box of minis. I had a hard time figuring out what color I wanted to do on this guy. finally chose colors that would make him look like a giant gold fish from hell. I think I should have gone with a better contrasting eye color, it sort of blends in. all in all a fun mini to paint. sorry about the crap photos still trying to learn what works there. this is one of the minis I want to get in metal after painting it in bones. awesome sculpt but lost some detail. I got rid of the trident and added a spear. the original weapon was bent beyond repair, I thought, then I realized it was just the position of the leg that made it seem hopeless. the replacement spear bent also. LOL
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