'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