New plot twist! Today it's turn for some good old fashioned fantasy!
Not really much to tell. I was trying to tidy up my boxes of forgotten miniatures and found a little bunch of models not really related to any ongoing project, but that I got just for the sake of painting them.
The first one is this Skeletal Knight from DieHard Miniatures. I got this one as an add-on in a kickstarter campaign, it was simply too good to let it go:
|I may look a little bit skinny, but I'm in shape|
I tried a lousy attempt of painting a peacock feather, but let's say I may need further attempts.
|Oh, yes, the shield totally stopped those arrows. Completely|
I also got this Herald Boy in the same campaign as a freebie:
I tried to decide what to do with this one for a long time, as it's more a NPC than any other thing. At some point I even toyed with the idea of 40K-ing the mini, but never truly made my mind up.
In the end I painted the kid as this adventurer's herald:
|Yes, I painted that horrendous livery twice|
|Pleasantly more discrete on the back|
This one comes from the sadly now extint ranges by Red Box Games, which now operate with a much more limited catalogue. I do miss those minis :(
This other one is also from the same ranges:
|Totally not Green Lantern|
|Well, maybe Green Lantern in disguise|
The last one is a mini a friend gave me, it's this warrior monk from MOM Miniatures:
|Not resembling any known fantasy universe|
The truth is that I don't have any specific use for these nowadays, but I really wanted to paint them anyway. I'll for sure play Rangers of Shadow Deep or whatever at some point in the future, so it will be good to have a few options on the shelf!
|Unfortunate encounter on the marshes!|
These all look suitable for some dungeon games, I may have to look into it...