'Just When I Thought I Was Out' Horde
I am nearing the end of my Bones horde and i have enough miniatures for a lifetime, so i thought i was almost done painting. But then friend Wanyas gave me a bunch of miniatures from a game.
The game is based on Magic: The Gathering, which i'm not familiar with. But they'll work well in any fantasy setting. The set came with a few pre-painted miniatures (not shown) and a ton of unpainted ones. So now i once again have way too many minis to paint. Luckily friend Andy was willing to help. We managed to tackle about half the set.
Some nice generic undead:
Every campaign can use some tentacled horrors:
And ogres (or whatever; they were supposed to be more undead):
These guys are supposed to be vampires:
Some of the miniatures were made in translucent colored plastic, which is cool, and i deliberately painted sparingly to preserve the translucent effect. These guys are supposed to be illusionary duplicates of one of the pre-painted figures. But they can also be used as generic ghosts:
Some more ectoplasmic monsters:
And now the ones Andy painted. Some awesome Rhino men:
And some mostly-faceless swamp creatures:
By fnord12 | March 21, 2017, 12:26 PM | D&D
Reference from SuperMegaMonkeySo i while back i did this, and now they've arrived. Four months late but as far as Kickstarters go that's nothing. Ummm, painters wanted? I'm considering using them unpainted to start with so that they don't just sit in... Read More: What have i gotten myself into?