Kings of War – Mummies

Kings of War – Mummies

It’s time to show some results from my latest side project. Kings of War mummies! Some time ago, my friend Robert from tabletop-paintworks.de (German language) convinced me to start another game system: Kings of War. At first, I hesitated, because I was not keen on painting a lot of models. But after some time, I agreed to join the project. Our goal is to paint 300 … Show me more

Darkest Africa Bearers from Foundry

Darkest Africa Bearers from Foundry

It is time for some new images. Today Darkest Africa Bearers from Foundry. I guess most people will play some kind of scenario regarding a supply column when gaming the dark continent. The Darkest Africa Bearers from Foundry are perfect for such a setting. Besides that, the miniatures are lovely as you would expect from a company like Foundry. The paint job itself was pretty easy … Show me more

Darkest Africa Tribal Warriors in hideous masks

Darkest Africa Tribal Warriors in hideous masks

Recently I painted some Darkest Africa Tribal Warriors in hideous masks. The miniatures are from Foundry. They are all metal and nicely sculpted. Well, you won’t expect anything different from Foundry. I really like their stuff. I had a lot of fun painting and basing the tribal warriors. They are suitable for colonial wargaming. But you could also use them for Pulp gaming in the Dark … Show me more

Myconids from Otherworld Miniatures

Myconids from Otherworld Miniatures

For my fantasy campaign, I painted some Myconids from Otherworld Miniatures. They are nicely sculpted and the overall look is just amazing. I will use them for a specific scenario in my campaign.  The Myconid King will be used for a Boss Fight. He will have some nasty special rules so that he is a real challenge for the players. The greater and lesser Myconids will … Show me more