Dear readers and miniature painters, since in Corona times toddlers with runny noses aren’t allowed in daycare*, all our schedules got a bit mixed up and our next article will come out the following monday (ie one week later than planned). But runny noses, shaken nerves and lost sleep aside we are fine. I hope you are, too!
Stay safe and keep on painting, see you next week!
*I know! You would think the nursery would be completely empty, right? But obviously there are still a handful of dry noses around. Outdoor nurseries boost the immune system, I guess.
There are a lot of dangerous creatures that a group of adventurers might encounter in the caverns beneath their world, and this week, we take a look at some especially scary claws. Or was it horrifying hooks…?(more…)
This week we take a closer look at a supernatural, witch-like being from slavic folklore, so take a seat on your mortar, grab your pestle and join us!(more…)
If you want two ogres for the price of one, you’ve come to the right place! Come and have a look at this week’s minis!(more…)
Distorted and ugly. Is the fomorian giant a hideous mystical creature, or just some “poor” mutant out to rob and maim? Let’s have a look…
Whips are not known as the weapon of choice for many people, more a tool than an actually dangerous weapon. So who is this guy, a sinistrous slaver, a showy swashbuckler with a fancy choice of weapons, or an animal handler maybe? Let’s see what the community thought:
And here we go, ready your weapons and/or collection baskets for loads and loads of fungi!
Dear readers, due to holidays and still non-existing childcare
the Attack of the Doom Shrooms the next Miniature Monday article will be delayed a couple of days, but rest assured that all your wonderful contributions will have their chance to shine, puff spores or whatever they prefer!
See you soon, everybody, and stay safe!
A hulking monstrosity comes bursting out of some sewers, or from under heaps of garbage, maybe? Read on to see what terrors our painters envisioned this week (hint: There are loads of them!)
Better late than never: Have a look at some painted musicians!