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  1. Two simple dwellings, 3D prints from Empire of Scorching Sands, a Kickstarter by EC3D Designs.
  2. Arriving just in time for those quarantine blues, I got in the 2nd set of Imperial Halflings from The Assault Group's recent Kickstarter. A Halfling Noble/Elder of the Moot/the entire reason I backed: "Wash your hands, wash your feet, don't touch your face."
  3. Converted from a base of a Bronze Age Miniatures Dwarf, this piece will represent Alora, a Dwarf Bard from the College of Lore, my wife's character for an upcoming D&D campaign. Additional pieces came from the Frostgrave Soldiers II and Wizards II kits, a lute from Mega Minis, and a quill recovered from an old Warhammer Empire Soldiers kit. It's a bit hard to see in the photos, but as her reason for adventuring is to get over writer's block, her only entry in the book is a tribute to Spongebob's infamous essay.
  4. Picked up just because I wanted to paint some more Ghouls, here are The Grymwatch from Warhammer Underworlds. I was amazed the amount of character they can get into a snap-fit kit these days.
  5. More minis prepared for an upcoming Warhammer: Age of Sigmar escalation league. First we have The Wurmspat, the Nurgle warband from Warhammer: Underworlds And painted at the same time, also for my Maggotkin of Nurgle, a random Blightking, a Harbinger of Decay, and a converted Lord of Blights.
  6. I forgot to post these earlier as it's been a crazy last few months, but my first finished miniatures of 2020 were Putrid Blightkings for an upcoming Warhammer escalation league. Some were rebased for AoS and touched up, some were brand new(ish)
  7. Fresh off the painting table come the Dwarf Adventurers II from Stonehaven Miniatures. Their first Kickstarter, another set of Dwarfs, was the second Kickstarter I ever backed! First, a group of the "traditional" Dwarfs, if any of them can be called as such. One of my favorites of the set, a Dwarf Barber: Here are the Dwarfs I thought would work better as Duergar. My Duergar take some inspiration from World of Warcraft's Dark Iron Dwarfs, not just having white hair. Gives them a bit of variety. Dead Tom: And preparing for Eberron, the Dwarforged:
  8. Recently arrived from Japan, here's my work on the Space Marine Heroes III: Death Guard set.
  9. Fresh from their latest Kickstarter, here are some Mercenaries from MOMMiniaturas. They're really making me want to play Mordheim again. The Ogres: A Witch Hunter type: A self-portrait that I had to get as an add-on: A very obvious remake of one of Mordheim's first special characters, Johann the Knife: The rest of the Empire-style mercenary scum:
  10. Here's some shots from the penultimate session of our D&D game. The party finally confronts the Sewn Sisters. The tiles are from "Dwarven Forge" and "Secret Weapon". The tables, chairs, and most props are from "Mantic:Terrain Crate", with the cauldron being from an Old Glory Crones set. The Scarecrow & Leomon (Half-Elf Paladin) are from "Reaper Bones". The rest of the party are 3D prints, from HeroForge, Desktop Hero, and Miguel Zavala. The Sewn Sisters are 3D prints from DarkRealms. Everything was hand painted by myself. Cradle of the Death God. The tiles are Dwarven Forge. The party are 3D prints, with designs from Hero Forge, Desktop Hero, and Miguel Zavala. (One is a Reaper Bones piece) The Soulmonger is a 3D print designed by Miguel Zavala. The God That Never Was is a 3D design by Duncan "Shadow" Louca. Everything was painted by myself. I also added LEDs.
  11. Kislev lives on in our hearts forever. I've continued my theme of building the Frostgrave: Ghost Archipelago Crew with a Steppes feel. The majority of these are built using bodies and arms from the Crew kit, with some Empire/Mordheim heads and other outsourced bits. The last batch wound up being more generic Pirate types.
  12. I figured it was time to work on some Elves. They're definitely the smallest part of my painted collection. The first batch is all from Reaper Miniatures. These are the metal ones: The Drow who snuck in (from the box of Goodwill, no less) More from Reaper, but this time in Bones: And the others. Mostly Stonehaven
  13. Next up to bat, a selection of the denizens of Dreadmere, from Reaper Miniatures: Bones 4
  14. Another themed set, Knights from Bones 4. Mrs. Forscale is one of my favorites from the Core set.
  15. Needing some Dricheans for Frostgrave: Ghost Archipelago, I figured I'd use what I had on hand. These are all Greek and Roman pieces from Wargames Foundry
  16. Here's the Clan of the Black Bear from Reaper Miniatures: Bones 4. The only reason the Clubber is solo is I had lost him and photographed him later on.
  17. Painted during a marathon of season 3 of Stranger Things, here comes the Giantess from RBJ Game Company. She is a MASSIVE piece, the largest Giant in my collection.
  18. Among my most recently completed miniature works are some 3D printed terrain, from various sources. All were printed on a Creality Ender 3. First, some Gnome Homes from The Skyless Realms (EC3D) A Mind Terror Summoning Circle from the same set: I also needed a bunch of Cottages. Here's the demo model from BSGMiniatures: And two others from Thingiverse:
  19. Next up, a thundering of Giants from Reaper Miniatures Bones 4. I went for 3 different skin tones this time.
  20. Up on the place recently were a few of those dungeon-dwelling jerks, Goblins! Rebel Minis finally won me over with their Anniversary Goblin Jester mini: The rest of the Rebel crew: They're also joined by a handful of Goblins from Bones 4:
  21. The forest became full of a terrible din; the trees began to groan, the branches creaked as if a violent storm were coming, and the old witch Baba Yaga came crashing through the undergrowth in her great iron mortar. With a pestle in her right hand she urged the mortar along, while her left hand was busy sweeping away the trail behind her with a broomstick. A host of spirits came in her wake, sending up a terrible howling and screeching until she approached the gates, where they left her and flew silently back into the forest. She rode right up to the gates in the mortar, all the while chanting in a blood- curdling voice: 'Little hut, little hut Turn towards me with your door Turn your back to the forest And your face to me! And the hut immediately stopped spinning, turned to face her and stood still. Edit: Forgot to mention: The 3 Baba Yagas are the Bones 4 Baba Yaga, the Village Attacks character, and from the Steve Jackson Games "Hellboy Villains" boxed set. The second Dancing Hut is one I crafted around 2014 for my "Pathfinder: Reign of Winter" game, which is a Paizo Adventure Path that is based around the Baba Yaga.
  22. This was one of the first add-ons from the Kickstarter that was a must for me. Monster Undead are always fun.
  23. Mostly aimed at Frostgrave, Ghost Archipelago, and Rangers of Shadow Deep, here's some more completed miniatures from Reaper Bones 4. Clever girls. Ape Attack! "But no one ever asks, Howvern?" They're here to harass KoRn: I'm a big fan of the tongue-lashing sculpt. Dreadmere's Giant Leeches, painted up to be Purple Wormlings:
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