Boardgames – Shadows of Brimstone is one of those games that can go anywhere. Initially I thought it was just an Old West style game but every commission I paint seems to go further than the last. Most recently I worked on a Flesh-Stalker and Flesh-Drones. This is one of the mini-expansions with a Boss Character and minions rather than one of the big box releases.Read More
Board Games - After wrapping up the monsters for Shadows of Brimstone, I had four heroes to get painted up. These are pretty standard western tropes: The Gambler, The Sheriff, The Saloon Girl and the Bandido.Read More
Board Games - The sheer number of board games on the market with good quality miniatures is pretty amazing. I don't have anywhere near enough time to play all of them so when a client brings me something I haven't seen before I get pretty excited. Theminis from Fortune and Glory remind me of Indiana Jones a bit. With mobsters, cultists and Nazis it seems the heroes will have their hands full.
These are painted to my basic tabletop standard. After blocking in the base colors and applying a wash I went in and applied highlights and details on each piece. Once you get paint on them they don't look like blobs of colored plastic and feel closer to a standard tabletop miniatures game.
If you pick this game up I suggest painting or having the pieces painted to bring the experience to life.
Board Games – I wrapped up the complete set of models for A Touch of Evil. These were fun to paint. The bendy board game plastic reacts a little different than what I'm used to but over all I think this batch of models turned out nice.Read More
Boardgames – It's always a bit odd for me when I get a painting job and I know very little about the game system the models are used for. Lately that's been happening quite a bit with board game miniatures. My primary focus has always been on table wargames so many of the cool board games fall off my radar.Read More