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  1. I painted up some terrain for use in D&D. First were the pillars from Dragon Forge Design, really nice resin pieces that are perfect for any dungeon. The pillars come in two pieces, and I chose to magnetize them rather than glue for a little extra flexibility (I can now use them to represent twice as many pillars on the tabletop, they can be used as ruined pillars, etc). I also painted up two small crypts from Ziterdes. Forgot to put Sir Forscale in there, but they are based on little pieces of plasticard that are 2 by 3 inches (with a D&D grid in mind). The crypts are in some kind of semi-hard foam material, but were really nice to paint. All in all, I really enjoyed painting these, and found that painting stone was a lot more fun than I'd thought it would be.
  2. In our next session the PC's in my Pathfinder game are about to be hit with some troll action, so I painted up a few more of my Darklands trolls from Mierce Miniatures, to go with the one I already did. Here we have Gamla Bror ("Old Brother" in Swedish), a troll shaman, together with one of his cleaver-wielding goons. They're mounted on 60 mm bases from Dragon Forge Design, who are actually right now running a Kickstarter to expand the number of designs they have in this series of bases (the series is called "Ancient Ruins"). I really love working with these bases; they paint up very easily and for me manage to hit the exact sweet spot between being nicely detailed, but not too busy and also very practical to mount miniatures on. Anyway, pictures! First up we have Gamla Bror, who I think might be one of my all time favorite miniatures (Allan Carrasco is the genius who sculpted this beast). Next, a lowly troll warrior armed with his implement of destruction of choice. I had a rear shot of this guy, but had to remove it as I realised his... manly parts were pretty prominent. Believe me when I say this monster is male, though. Very much male. And a group shot of Gamla Bror urging his hideous minions into battle.
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