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Ever played Mice and Mystics from Plaid Hat Games? Its great fun! Here are the main characters from the core game painted up to match their cards. The colors along the bases of the minis are to represent their color from the card, and to easily identify them on the board. Tilda was posted once before here. All of these pieces were painted using the MSP Bones paints. Enjoy! Colin and Tilda Filch and Lily Nez and Maginos CAH
I had never painted a mousling before, but when my partner requested them I decided immediately to pair one with a Mice&Mystics figure (I have the minis but not the game. ) The archer looked like a good match, and I was thinking of some kind of duel, but didin't realize how small the mouslings are. So when they came I thought there is no way they would be fighting. So the family archery lesson was born. First I made and archery butt but that didn't look as good as I hoped. So I kept working on the meadow. One morning I woke up with the idea of shooting at a Micky Mouse wanted poster on a tree. But then I had to sculpt my first tree, and a poster. The tree was easier than I had feared and sculpting was done by the end of the day. I did an index card with 4 tiny posters to practice the writing. I have a picture of it somewhere... and with that the second title: "That doesn't look like you at all." the family: I cut the arrows out of the boys quiver and made a few extras with green stuff and scattered them as missed shots. The scale isn't perfect. This picture was taken before adding greenery branches or mom's arrow to the tree. Both me and the mosuling need more practice.
So I bought the mice and mystics to add some more variety to my (scaven) ratmen I will paint them all as villains! No too difficult, with this guy, he is a villain in the game, but instead of a mook, this guy will probably represent a mutant thug, or bruiser among the scaven Clanrats.