And more painting has commenced! Another Mansions of Madness piece, the investigator, Bob Jenkins. A very easy paintjob. The suite was fun to shade. I usually dodge near-black, but it turned out fairly well.
And a quick shot of the Well of Chaos from Reaper Bones. Nice, quick, dungeon furniture.
We had a painting day this saturday. This gave me the opportunity to finish a more complex miniature. This time that is Barnabus Frost, Pirate Captain. I will be using him as a pirate lord in my Skull and Shackles campaign. I chose to go with a green color scheme, mainly because my reds suck and I see him painted up red a lot.
I also did another familiar. The cat this time. Easy peasy. I also finished a piece of dungeon furniture, but have not had time to photograph it. It is a piece from the Bones Kickstarter, putting me at 9 painted models for that.
I have also gotten my greedy little paws on the other boxed expansion for Mansions of Madness, so expect to see some of that in a few months. First painting up Call of the Wild. Bob Jenkins is alsmost finished, as is the Dark Young of Shub-Niggurath.
Its been a really busy week and I have barely had any time to do painting. Due to me being sick, busy with a wedding and several other things, my schedule of one miniature and one piece of furniture a week was in jeopardy!
Enter the Bones familiars (1 and 2) from Reaper. These incredibly small miniatures are my quick wins for when I simply do not have enough time to do a bigger miniature.
I quickly made some scenic bases out of cork and oxid paste and got to work on the eagle. Easy paintjob really, but he looks really cool. It looks like he is on top of some mountain!
In the furniture department I have a repaint of a cabinet from Thomarillion. Awesome update if I do say so myself.