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The Horde Never Ends

I thought i was done with my miniature painting, but a friend gave me a bunch of new ones. And i also had a few that i don't really have much use for - they don't fit in a fantasy setting and they're not really great for the Steampunk campaign either. But i figured i might as well paint them all.

First up are a duplicate pair that i wasn't that interested in. But i realized that i had a need for (vague spoiler alert for my players) some ebony golems, so i decided i could just be lazy.

Next is the most awesome figure of the batch. I went with a 1990s era glow-in-the-dark Ghost Rider cover for color inspiration.

This guy is pretty basic in terms of my painting choices, but he's a cool mini and i like the way his skirt came out.

Then we have some (cool looking) grunt monsters: two hobgoblins and a lizard man (who is either a bard flautist or using a blow dart).

And then we get to the non-sword & sorcery characters. First is this mechanical horror.

Then a Gorilla With A Gun Arm and a Lady Snake Eyes.

Finally some cool mechanical lizard-man looking thing with a flamethrower (i went with an Annihilus color scheme) and a Dwarf Pirate (who would be fine for D&D but for the gun).

Only two of these - the gorilla and the Dwarf - are from the Bones collection that started all of this, and having painted them i can really finally truly say that i'm done with that collection.

By fnord12 | June 21, 2018, 10:02 PM | D&D

Reference from SuperMegaMonkey

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