Friday, 21 July 2017

Chaos Mutants

Finally been getting around to painting some of the Chaos Army mutants from Eureka miniatures.
These are both really fun and really fast to do!

These guys are destined for a chaos warband for Open Combat, but will of course very likely see use elsewhere too.

Monday, 5 June 2017

Knight again

A Questing Knight and his two Footmen Hirelings. Knight is from Otherworld and Footmen from Front Rank Miniatures. 

Friday, 24 February 2017

Double Dagger Assassin

Another quick post - This time an assassin:

Even necromancers need to watch their back.
The miniature is a female assassin from Ral Partha Europe. Their RPG-miniatures and DSA: The Dark Eye lines are well worth checking out. There's a lot of very characterful miniatures in there. 

This lady is another addition to the mercenary gang. What could they be up to?

In game terms, it's a nice mini that allows me to play around with some poison and stealth traits I don't usually get to use in ASOBH. 

These traits make her a very mobile, hard to pin down, assassin. Agile allows her to run circles around obstacles and enemies, while dashing means that she only need a single action to both move in on and attack someone. Coupled with the free disengage, this should make her very dangerous, able to exploit any crack in the enemy line to go for her target. 
Of course, as a C2 character, she crumbles quickly against any well equipped soldier. 

I also made her a Coward to represent her sellsword nature - I don't imagine any mercenary being willing to stick around too long if things start going wrong. Can't spend your money if you're missing a head after all. 

Thursday, 23 February 2017


Just a quick update, since its been quite a while. Im (of course) back to working on medieval fantasy again. These guys are meant for a scenario, posing as mercenaries/assassins.
More about that later

The miniatures are from Claymore Castings and a frostgrave cultist with a head from a frostgrave soldier.
I really like the Claymore Castings miniatures. Theire very expressive and characterful sculpts, with well-defined details. Makes them a joy to paint, really. It helps, of course, that I am a huge sucker for the look of the period covered.

Thursday, 3 November 2016

In anticipation of Rogue Stars

Doggo the Bruise. Quite a notorious mercenary, plying his trade in the colonies. He's small, hard-bitten, and rather shoots people to slag than ask questions. As long as the money is right. 

This is the Smudgester (B) miniature from What a nice and characterful little chap. I finally got around to painting him up riding out on the enthusiasm of the Rogue Stars nickstarter. I've been looking forward to that game for quite a while, and now that its nearing release I thought I'd better start getting some stuff painted.

He's tiny though, so was pretty hard to get in focus with my shoddy light set-up. And green is ont my strongest colour. Still, I think he turned out pretty nicely.

Ruff dudes lookin' for trouble.