My time has been spent working on terrain commissions lately, so I haven't had much time to paint. I managed to get the Morghasts' wings finished, and the hands painted with bone.
The bodies and bases are sprayed, just awaiting the final drybrush, wash, and highlight. Their extra armor bits are around somewhere, too. The unit is starting to shape up, I really can't wait until they're finished.
Martin Lymer posted this great "miniature painting bingo" card on the 'Eavier Metal Facebook page. You can see his unaltered card here if you want to take the challenge yourself. Here's how I did in 2016:
While 2016 may have been a washout for just about everything else in the world, it's actually been pretty good as far as miniatures games go. I've been having a ball, at least.
Fantasy Flight announced its new Runewars miniatures game this year, and I was commissioned to produce some terrain for demo games and photography. I'm really looking forward to see how the game develops.
Just a quick post this week to look at some of my recent projects:
I was playing around with my Skull Forge Scenic shrines to use as basing elements. This one is a reworked master with unique cracks and damage, and a dirt base with some skulls. It will fit on a 50mm square base or a 60mm round base. Perfect as a perch for a smaller monster or as a basing element on a larger monster base.
I had posted a blog entry about my Skaven Siege equipment back in 2014 (which you can see here), but I just came across an old disk containing the WIP pictures of the siege towers, so this is a good opportunity to show them off.