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  1. So, youngest vixen's boyfriend mentioned my hobby when hanging with his friends. They like to play board games etc,. One of his friends asked if I would paint the minis for his Board Game - Dark Souls for him. So...I agreed. He will let me know what he'd like for the bigger monsters. As for the characters and minions, he let me decide ( oh boy, shall I paint a rainbow skeleton?) Anyway, here it goes.
  2. I painted some more mini's from the dark souls board game. My wife is calling them Murder broccoliaki, because of the little blood on the big one (which is in the original art). Actually she is giggling "Yay murder broccoliaki!" Right now.
  3. I've been trying to get my Dark Souls game painted up. These are the last of the normal enemies and PCs. All that is left is all the bosses (bigger, and a lot of em). These models are not the best, but I think they will do. Concept art
  4. Back from vacation in the UK! I finished up the hollow crossbowmen from the Dark Souls boardgame! Might paint more Dark Souls soon, might not... Don't know yet. All these Bones are beckoning to me!
  5. And the next three miniatures in my Dark Souls boardgame painting spree. These are the most common bad guys, the Hollow Soldiers. They are a bit wobbly because of the leaning, which is the only downside to these minis in my opinion.
  6. My Dark Souls the boardgame painting spree continues. Now with the two large hollows. These are large sized bases (I suspect 40mm). They were, once again, fun to paint. This is what the model looks like ingame: https://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/darksouls/images/c/c9/Axe_hollow.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20160419202002
  7. So I started painting Dark Souls the boardgame as fast as I can.The miniatures are a lot more fun to paint then Shadows of Brimstone, the detail is nice. I just have a feeling that once Bones 3 arrives I will put whatever is left on a shelf and forget about it... never getting painted. So I started my engines and am putting my painting time at the moment in Dark Souls models! I am painting the miniatures in the actual colorscheme from the game. The bases are just 'themed' around Dark Souls, desolate, kinda ... dead. Oh and I am taking pictures with one light up so there are some sh
  8. My Dark Souls painting spree continues. I am pleasantly surprised, once again, by how fun these were to paint. They are the player characters for the Dark Souls boardgame. Thanks! Once again sticking with the more drab, Dark Souls-ey, painting scheme. Added slight hints of color to differentiate the miniatures though. Turns out the miniatures are not a exact fit for the Dark Souls concept art, but still they are very close I'd say 90%. Here are the four player characters.
  9. This is commision work, my sculpt and partualy painting, about 150 mm.
  10. So Rhyas is a lovely little figure that I found while googling painting techniques. I'd liked her when I saw her for sale, but not enough to buy her, as I'd not seen her raw metal... However, my googling brought up a raw and I fell in love. I got my grubby mits on her rather hastily, and Drifter pointed out she was very Artorias-esque... At which point I therefore had no choice whatsoever but to paint her up in such a fashion. So there she be. Rhyas the Abysswalker, or Notorias of the Abyss, haha. I sanded down the spikes on her arm, which took me longer than I would've
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