Monday Miniatures: Scenery
Whether you are playing a RPG or doing some wargaming, good scenery can bring the action to life. This week, rather than asking everyone to paint the same mini, I wanted to see what everyone was working on in general. People sent in a little bit of everything.
Take a look below!
This week the Dust Kickstarter launched. I don’t know that I will be backing it, but I will definitely be following it.
I’m just about done with one project, and just starting another. The barriers are from 40K, and building is from Deadzone. Just a little more drybrushing and I can move on to painting my next building. I’m really looking forward to trying my hand at sme freehand graffiti.
Kylie painted some of the reaper objects. I love the free handed flames she did.
Dirk is busy working on a toxic pool. Really stunning work – I’d love to send my guard troops to try to defend it.
Bettina is building a hill that is part alter, and part mass grave – you have got to send us another picture when this is a little further along.
Arjen is working on a flight spell diorama. Does the clay have a metal wire core, or is it just clay? I confess – I don’t know just how strong Fimo is.
Laura sent us a real treat; she’s been working on this one for a while. Plaster bricks, airbrushed lighting, and a thatched roof really make this a stand out project. For more information, you should check out her blog.
Last but certainly not least, David shows off a couple different project’s he’s working on. He must have one hell of a gaming table.
Ape-X – one of the last big models left in the Vampire package. – Send pictures to email@example.com by 6/1/14 at 9pm.
Oh Rats! – Let’s knock out another group of minor minis!