Saturday, 22 March 2014

Gormish Broken Tusk - the Orc Warlord.

A few months ago I ran a dungeon for my AD&D group based on a story that revolved around them trying to find an Orc chief who had something to do with one of the parties past.

Here is a photo of the final part of the dungeon, this is a set piece of a abandoned mining village that the party travelled to and also the mine shaft.

I used the Malifaux 3D dungeon kits for the buildings, a Wizards of the Coast tile set for the grassy section and a Paizo vinyl gaming mat for the cave/mine shaft section.

Tuesday, 18 March 2014


Here's a quick picture of the zombies that I started to tidy up since I purchased them from eBay. These are second hand and had been pre-painted before I purchased them. I'm a bit unhappy with the condition and I probably should have stripped the original paint from them before I started cleaning them up as the previous paint job was a bit thick and blobby....oh well.

I've dipped these models using the Army Painter dark quick shade and it's worked in bringing out some more of the detail on the models. I'll leave the quick shade to dry for another day before I matte paint and base them properly.

These miniatures are all from the West Wind - Empire of the Dead range.
Their models are awesome and once these are done I'll be looking to purchase the models from their Vampire Hunter range...

Monday, 17 March 2014

Zombies and Puppets

Based puppets and zombies with the basic painting, I'll hopefully be able to finish these tomorrow night.

Best laid plans

So despite my best efforts I got virtually no painting sorted at the weekend, I did manage to base coat my Puppets & Marionettes and I also had time to quickly add some more colour to the Victorian Zombies but that was it.

I'll update you all with a couple of pictures later today and hopefully I'll get time to finish the painting in the evening this week.

Curse of Strahd - New models