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Pinnacle Entertainment Group ran a KS for The Goon Comic RPG. Included in the KS were eight metal miniatures. Despite the unique setting of "zombie noir", some of the miniatures can be used in other genres. I'll be painting the miniatures, starting with Merle the Werewolf. Obviously, he can be used as a generic werewolf, although his eyes are white, not the usual red I use. Bases were made from the OOP Happy Seppuku narrow wooden plank texture stamp, and miniatures pinned with the Army Painter hand drill. With extra paint, I painted some very old Grenadier werewolves, and an Against the Dark demon (looks more like a minotaur to me). Last pic doesn't include the ochre Skeleton Bone, which I used to lighten the browns to add contrast.


Merle looks a little sad in that last pic, although that's appropriate for his character in The Goon...









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Here's Dr. Hieronymous Alloy! Gold is a pain to paint. Shoulda just used Reaper's NMM Gold Set in the first place, instead of painting his head three times. <_<


Blacklining by Army Painter's black Dark Tone Ink. Saved an incredible amount of time vs. black paint.





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I just found out that PEG started a sale last week. Perfect excuse to post some pics! 


These miniatures were first primed with a color primer, then washed with an Army Painter Ink, followed by a Reaper skin tone. I noticed different "filters" on the comic book character drawings (eg. The Goon's skin would sometimes be ochre, sometimes a hue of gray), so chose a skin tone suchthat I could use also the miniature as a generic miniature. Washes reduced the amount of time I needed for painting, and I highly recommend them for advanced tabletop.











More pics as I paint them! Should have something next week! ::):


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Okay, finished them up! 


The cauldron is from Johnny Lauck's OOP Dungeon Decor KS. By making the base and putting the miniature towards the back, I had enough room to add the cauldron. 












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RPG.net review of the miniatures up, with a painting tutorial has been posted! : https://www.rpg.net/reviews/archive/18/18478.phtml

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