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Random miniatures and everything else that doesn’t fit

Random miniatures and everything else that doesn’t fit

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Project Blog by sundancer Cult of Games Member

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About the Project

So everybody has these: single miniatures just fur fun and paint. They don't fit any category or have yet to find a game they can be used in. In this project I will be collecting those kind of miniatures. It's going to be a mess!

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Fighting ladies

Tutoring 4
Skill 10
Idea 8
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Some time ago…. I’d say at least two years by now…. one generous @horati0nosebl0wer send a parcel with a few bits and bobs. And these two ladies sat on my shelf, primed and zenithed ever since…

Then @panzerkaput came along and made me paint them during one of our Mumble In The Jungle discord sessions… And I stole his work as Backdrop!

Hah!

This is the result.

Lemmy of Dunkeldorf

Tutoring 5
Skill 7
Idea 6
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Lemmy goes here because he was done before of the new years  resolution… enjoy!

Dungeon Masters

Tutoring 5
Skill 6
Idea 6
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A Kickstarter from early 2021

A set of dungeon themed miniatures, featuring classic heroes and villains, sculpted by no other than Boris Woloszyn.

I got myself 4 villains and now… well… I try to paint them. Assembly was a bit of a pita since the slots on the feet were so thick that the feet started bending when I used clippers on them. And each mini had one limb that needed to be attached and superglue really doesn’t like me.

How it started...How it started...
...and how it's going....and how it's going.

Tomorrow, if the weather allows, I’ll prime them. And I think I will try something new (to me) for painting… stay tuned!

Dungeon Masters II

Tutoring 5
Skill 5
Idea 5
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Just primed them black and dry brushed with Mummy Robes. They already look so cool this way. I’m seriously thinking about leaving them this way…

Dungeon Masters II

Dungeon Masters III

Tutoring 5
Skill 6
Idea 6
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So I asked myself: what would it look like if I just “washed” them with army painter speedpaints?

The answer: AWESOME! 8)

The metallics are non-speed paints but heavily diluted. Once everything is properly dried I will put some wash on the shiny and maybe do some little details like gems. I really dig this look. Next time I will go a bit heavier on the white drybrush.

Dungeon Masters IV

Tutoring 4
Skill 4
Idea 4
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Bases. Since these came without bases I needed to make my own. Use ordinary squares or rectangles? Naaah. I wanted to try my hand on something new so I took some round and flat wood pieces (decorative design stuff from 1€ store) put some putty on and used a textured roller.

Let’s say the result was less then good. Way too deep cuts for the cobblestone texture so it would look comic like. It was so bad I didn’t even bother to take a picture.

Still bases are needed. So I slapped some diluted PVA over them, sprinkled fine sand on top and gave it a black priming with craft paint. Nice. After that has dried I dry brushed it with off white and then used Speedpaints again and the result is: Not groundbreaking but fits the minis.

Not to shabby if I do say so myself.Not to shabby if I do say so myself.

Next step will be a black wash on the feet and base to tie everything together and then a coat of varnish. Really like the look of these.

Dungeon Masters V

Tutoring 5
Skill 6
Idea 6
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I got home in time to add some wash, let them dry in the sun and then even coat them with varnish

Of course after that we need some glory shots. Take it away!

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