Monday Miniatures: Still Moving

Another week, another post written from my phone. Just like last week I was unable to sift through all the new projects and provide you the details, but fortunately my Internet is due to be installed tommorow.

Hopefully this means that going forward there will be no further commercial interruptions.
Fortunately, my stalwart friends carry on the Mini-A-Week tradition, bringing us fantastic paint jobs, as usual.  First up is another Fire Dragon from Jessica, once again living up to her exacting standards.

Jessica's Fire Dragon2

Clint’s submission is a warjack from his Menoth army, looking fierce.



Clint also sends along this picture of his newly arrived Bones rewards and has this to say, “I will be painting for the rest of my life at this rate.”  I have to admit, I am jealous and really looking forward to receiving my own Bones.  Soon, preferably.


Found any great projects you don’t want the rest of us to miss out on?  Put them in the comments, below.

This entry was posted by David Winchester.

4 thoughts on “Monday Miniatures: Still Moving

  1. Wow, that’s a lot of bones! Wish I could both find the time to paint minis. In the early days, when all my minis came in lead only, I spent some time painting, and I don’t think a few of them turned out too horribly – at least the ones I tried uber hard to do right. Those above look very nice to me. 🙂

    There were a few I painted where my heart just wasn’t in it, and I didn’t have the best brushes for it (or talent for it), and they were only good for reenacting fireballs and death scenes. But I love minis and always wished I could do the finer details. Alas, I have to live vicariously through people that actually know how to paint!

    I did manage to buy some green stuff several years back (that’s probably now well past its expiration date/shelf life) to try my hand at modeling some of the monsters for my Cosmothea game, but never got around to it (I was too busy making the game to stop and do modeling, but I’ve seen some really great modelers over the years too). Ah for more time…

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