July 13, 2016

On the Worktable: Spite Revenants, Tree Revenants, Dryads and Drycha Hamadreth from Games Workshop and Mórannach, the Beast of Cill Chonn Bog from Mierce Miniatures

I'm currently DMing (among others) the Pathfinder Kingmaker Campaign (which is so awesome!) so I'm always searching for cool fairy and forest miniatures. I have a couple of nice ones from Reaper and Otherworld but not enough for what I have in mind for my campaign. Then last week Games Workshop extended their Sylvaneth line with some awesome miniatures and since they are perfect for my Kingmaker campaign I couldn't resist to add a whole bunch of them to my collection:

I used 25mm Bases for the Dryads and Revenants and a 80mm Base for Drycha Hamadreth

Spite Revenants

Tree Revenants

Dryads

Drycha Hamadreth

And last but not least I got the really awesome Mórannach, the Beast of Cill Chonn Bog from Mierce Miniatures as a present from one of my best friends:



My painting schedule for July was almost exclusively Infinity Miniatures to extend my Steel Phalanx army but...well...these are too cool to sit on the WIP shelves for long. Our next game session is on the 24th this month and I want to have all of them finished by then. If I succeed with this plan, I will get myself a Tree Lord from Games Workshop as a reward. ;)

July 9, 2016

July 5, 2016

Miniature Spotlight: Tech and Cargo Crates from Micro Art Studio and Spartan Scenics Warehouse Accessories

A while ago I painted some really neat stuff from Micro Art Studio and Spartan Games:

A lot of crates from MAS

These are part of the Spartan Scenics Warehouse Accessories

The need for line of sight blockers for Infinity is very high and this stuff does the trick and looks cool on the table.

July 3, 2016

Miniature Spotlight: Spartan Scenics Armoury Accessories

I painted the Spartan Scenics Armoury Accessories from Spartan Games for my Infinity table:


I also painted these Armoury Accessories (I think they are from Antenocitis Workshop but I'm not sure because I could not find them on their website anymore):



July 1, 2016

Miniature Spotlight: Mierce Miniatures Ckaarakk, Tarvax Untain

The big one from the Mierce Miniatures Tarvax series, Ckaaraak:



I changed the position of the axe because I didn't like the original angle. But aside from that this miniature is a really awesome sculpt and the whole range is one of the best interpretations of how Minotaurs should look I have ever seen.