woensdag 18 juli 2018

maandag 9 juli 2018

zondag 1 juli 2018

maandag 18 juni 2018

Paintworks for 'The Doom that came to Atlantic City" : The King in Yellow - (Cryptozoic Entertainment)

Another Great Old One from the  'The Doom that came to Atlantic City' board game: The King in Yellow (Hastur - Him Who is not to be Named).

Previous "Doom": link 1

maandag 11 juni 2018

Paintworks for 'The Doom that came to Atlantic City" : The Great Cthulhu - (Cryptozoic Entertainment)

A few years ago I bought 'The Doom that came to Atlantic City', a light-hearted game of urban destruction set in the universe of H.P. Lovecraft. Basically it's Monopoly played by the wrong rules. It's not 'bad', but the game itself doesn't exactly rank in my top 10 :-). The playing pieces however are great, big (about 6-7cm/2,5inch) well detailed, plastic miniatures.  The box comes with eight Great Old Ones. Here's the first...the greatest of them all... Cthulhu.

dinsdag 5 juni 2018

The heroes from "DungeonQuest" (1987) - Games Workshop

I'm the proud owner of an original 1987 "DungeonQuest". I have the game 30 years in my possession and I never came to paint the miniatures. Now I did... after 30 years being blue, the Barbarian, Knight, Adventurer and Ranger finally got some color.

Ulv Grimhand, the Barbarian

Sir Rohan, the Knight

Volrik The Brave, Adventurer

El-Adoran, the Ranger

The original DungeonQuest miniatures, unpainted

vrijdag 18 mei 2018

The survivors from This War of Mine (Awaken Realms)

This War of Mine - a very, very bleak and realistic surviving board game - comes with 12 miniatures, representing normal, everyday people who try to survive in a occupied war zone. I painted the miniatures very basic (they have not that much detail but are overall OK) in mostly dark tones and adding weathering powder (Vallejo pigments). The dog is a Reaper Bones miniature.