Stay Tuned

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!

Miniature Monday – Were Rat

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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!)

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Miniature Monday – Anwyn, Bard

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Better late than never: Have a look at some painted musicians!

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Miniature Monday – See you soon!

Dear readers, due to pandemic precautions all schools/pre-schools/nurserys/daycare centers in Germany are closed until mid April. Even the playgrounds by tomorrow, as it seems.

Why do I tell you that? Because right now, we have a very active and very bored 3yr old home that needs adult supervision to make sure he doesn’t burn down the house or something – so we might not be able to keep up with the painting schedule.

Still, I hope we can put up this week’s article within the next couple of days, but probably not with our own minis it it…

Oh well – please keep your photos coming, keep painting and stay safe!

At least picked some minis for later, thanks for your suggestions!

 

Coming next:

03/30/20 Bones IV Rat ogre/were-rat (No 12 on KS pic)

Want to participate in the next post? Email the pictures of your minis until Friday 03/13/20 to

MondayMiniature@fantasymail.de  (It’s a .de domain, in case emails are bouncing)

–> Attention: The submission date for photos is about three days before publishing date, to give us a bit of time to actually write about your pictures  😀

This way you’ll have two weeks/one weekend to paint, and we have one weekend to write (which is the only time of the week where we (might, *sigh*) have some open minutes).

You can of course send in pics later, but to take out a bit of the stress (most pics arrive here rather last minute) please consider the three day deadline. Later pics will still show up in an update  😉

Here is the link to Reaper’s graphic with all the core pieces, but it’s one and veeeery long picture so be prepared for some scrolling. On the other hand it has separate numbers for most of the pieces. I will add individual shop links as soon as they appear!

 

04/13/20 Bones IV Add-Ons: UnderdarkMyconids! Pick as many mushrooms as you like, I will add some pics from the graphic soon, it seems they are not yet on the reapermini page.

04/27/20 Bones IV Elf with whip (No. 154 on the KS pic)

05/11/20 Bones III Fomorian giant

05/25/20 Bones IV Ettin (No. 99 on the KS pic)

Miniature Monday – Wizard w Dragon Familiar – Updated!

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Long robes, a tiny dragon and lots of attitude – how would you have painted this sorcerer?

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Miniature Monday – Female Minotaur

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From time to time, you just need a humanoid bovine with a great axe, right? We thought so, too…

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Miniature Monday – Vernon, Ivy Knight

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A white Paladin, the Green Knight or a Champion of Evil? Vernon could be all of those and more, have a look and see how our painters decided!

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Miniature Monday – Cyclops

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Around since Odysseus’ times, this week’s monster is the cyclops. Read on and have a look (I promise I’ll spare you any more eye jokes!).

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Miniature Monday – Show me your project UPDATE

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For the first posting in 2020, our painters sent us some cool projects and WIPs, be it miniatures or terrain. Have a look!

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Miniature Monday – Bandit with Dagger & Sword

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“Stand and deliver!” Not as pompous or well-armed as the classic highwayman, this Bandit surely strikes fear in the hearts of many merchants travelling alone on the road. Is he a ragged-clad thug in hopes of some easy money, a prosperous raider, or something completely different? Let’s see what our painters delivered to him.

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