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  1. And now we have the second round of Fightin' Fungi complete, just in time for Ganesha's new Kickstater. Don't they take a handsome group photo together? Nice to see mushrooms of all flavors together.
  2. Here they are, fightin' again! The Fungus among us, etc, etc: Group shots, as always, first:
  3. My father is a Field Biologist and Moss aficionado when I went to visit him at the beginning of the month I asked for suggestions. He suggested this color pattern based on Chicken-of-the-woods. Which is a lovely shelf fungi. Any PC with a few points in survival can quickly identify it as edible, and more that some specimens are rumored to have healing properties. Yeah this poor little guy is going to get eaten.
  4. Just in time for the replacement set to arrive and leave me a cluttered work table, I've wrapped up the first set of "Fightin' Fungi", from Ganesha Games' recent Kickstarter. The first few are some of my favorites. The Reaper, Monk, and Magician are just fun sculpts.
  5. So, I spent yesterday working on some of my Bones II stuff. I'm around 70 figures in, but recently I haven't been doing much, instead working on sewing projects or metal figures for my PCs... That has to change, though, since Bones III is coming! With the Core Set looking pretty monster heavy, I want to get a second, possibly a third - but I only want to if I can prove I'll actually paint them, which means getting a good chunk of figures out of the way. My goal is 2-3 a day for the campaign's duration. I started off the challenge with seven figures! I first did the Myconid Men, since the f
  6. This was a lot of fun. So nice to paint something sort of small again. I am going to have to pick up some myconid minions to paint for it now.
  7. So, as you may or may not have seen in the Summer Exchange thread, I painted up a Bathalian for RobinH. I included a note that had most of my thoughts/directions (or lack there of) with it, so I think I'll just post a bunch of pictures, and post part of the note below. Lots of pictures (and loads more I didn't put here) - I'm pretty happy with how it turned out overall, even if there's a few rough patches (I really should have painted the hand/book BEFORE it was attached to the muchroom). And now for my novella, for perspective, it's directed toward RobinH (in case you w
  8. So while the Shrieker and Violet Fungus aren't my favorite PF monsters, one of my favorite PF modules has an encounter with them, and I decided it was about time to paint up some appropriate minis for it. I initially planned on just a single-color base coat, but that looked boring in practice, thus I decided to freehand spots onto them. I think I went a little too heavy with the wash coat on the violet fungus, but it turned out nicely on the shriekers I think.
  9. Welcome to Hallucinoshroomland! Here is a Fungus Patch that I painted some years ago. There were several corners and holes difficult to reach on this model but it was fun to paint. The sculpt is by Bob Olley.
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