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  1. The Nice people at Midlam is out with another Kickstarter... And who doesn't need Monks? Real ones, not the fighter class... https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1662635043/the-monks-of-midlam-abbey I don't know about you guys, but I'm all in as usual.
  2. Here are some "Brotherhood" monks from Westwind Productions Vampire Wars range. I also used some earlier Bones miniatures as statues. The monks were base coated/primed with Vallejo air brush primer leather brown then washed with strong tone. Flesh areas base coat cream then flesh tone on top. The statues are just Halbarad and Aglanda, stuck to a stack of 25mm mdf bases glued together. They had been washed in soapy water, then just painted with Army Painter grey primer and washed with Army Painter Dark tone.
  3. I had these guys painted up for a while, but will never play the game. I figured I was gonna use the photos for other reasons I might as well share. I hope you like them. They were a blast and I like how they turned out, but the sculpts were hit and miss for me.
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