I've been itching to play Ogres in Blood Bowl for quite a while. Basically, since 2016 when the game was re released. However, there's no team for Ogres and we only have 2 Ogre models to date from Games Workshop, well one is Forge World. So, that leaves doing conversions...continue reading
What's up folks, SpaceShrimp here with my Tale of Tuesday update.So far I haven't really painted any of the skeleton/bone type players in my team (apart from the tiny skeleton in the ball) so I really wanted to see how my colour scheme would look on them. They have a lot less cloth and flesh areas than the other models, so I thought it would be a nice change and mini-challenge to make it look like it was a part of the the team.More after the jump
Hi all! I finished this Heart-eater of the Untamed Beasts, a good practice for painting skin. I also made use of the new Skeleton Horde Contrast paint on the bone parts which was quick and easy, even though I had to rework the bone a little bit by adding some layers and highlights.Who else is on the Warcry bandwagon? Leave a comment or reaction below…
Some good old Middlehammer minaitures from Warhammer 40k universe – The Tallarn Imperial Guard. This large bulk of miniatures has lots of plasma weaponry and a captain to lead them. All were painted to level 3 quality.
In this post, we take a look at a Trollblood Mountain King by Privateer Press. Dave Garbe of Wargaming Tradecraft The post Trollblood Mountain King Showcase appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
It's one of those rare special moments on the blog today, I've finished painting a boxed game! That's right, the Warcry set Game Workshop sent to me early is finished, photographed and ready for your viewing pleasure. More after the jump
A Blast from the past. These Sisters of Sigmar from the classic Mordhiem game were painted to level 3 quality following the Games Workshop standard colour scheme.
Quick post today to share my completed Furies. Link to the tutorial after the jump.More after the jump
Imperial Assassins for Warhammer 40k painted to level 4 quality. I like these miniatures with their dynamic poses and the inclusions of scenery pieces into those poses. I havnt had such fun painting miniatures for a while – these werre very theraputic.
I posted recently about my Blood Bowl coach I had sculpted. It is my first ever miniature sculpt and I'm very proud of how that came out. It's not perfect, but it's mine and I made it :) I've since managed to get him painted and that's what I'm showing...continue reading
My #taleoftuesdays journey has come to the finish line: Here is my completed Dark Elves team. Unlike my fellow coaches, I'm a cheat and didn't paint a complete Blood Bowl team, but a six model team for the board game version Blitz Bowl instead. Nevertheless, I spent more time on them than I thought, but I'm quite pleased with the result. Check out more pictures after the jump – and help my find a team name in comments!More after the jump
Hi everyone, its been a while since we had an update. Thats not because there hasnt been any work being going on, quite the opposite – far to much work to even spare time to update the website. I’ve now uploaded all the backlog of images to the website and will start posting updates over the forthcoming weeks to bring the website in line with the work thats currently going on. Lets start with some Infinity miniatures. These were painted to level 4 quality. The bases were supplied to us and were made from MDF wood with technical pavements carved into them.
Hi all! Today I would like to show to you this little Gobbapalooza guy. It's the so-called Shroomancer. I really like this small Goblin and had a lot of fun while painting him. The model is full of small details and is telling a whole story by itself. It's the only Gobbapalooza Goblin I have from a set of five, but in my eyes, this one is the star.So, what do you think? Leave a comment or reaction below.
Here he is, Brother-Prognosticator Krystofer of the Silver Skulls 3rd Company, commander of my Silver Skulls Kill Team and also my avatar on the battlefield. Check out more pictures after the jump, including a cool action shot of my Kill Team with some scenery.More after the jump
It's over to you guys today as we share your teams who have been using #taleoftuesdays and/or #paintyourgames on social media. More after the jump.More after the jump