Dr. Octopus - Marvel Crisis Protocol

Dr. Octopus

Dr. Octopus from Marvel Crisis Protocol Dr. Octopus is a big miniature (like Ultron) but all his details make this character a very fun miniature to paint. I started with Dr. Octopus clothes – yellow first – and I used the Citadel’s Contrast Paints all along. Iyanden Yellow for the golden/yellowish parts, Ork Flesh for […]

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Ultron

Ultron

Ultron from Marvel Crisis Protocol Ultron is the miniature from the Marvel Crisis Protocol box I wanted to paint since I opened it. His shiny armor is very tempting but also very dangerous! At the first sight, it looks like Ultron won’t require too many colors and this is actually true. However, it really depends […]

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Ynfernael Hulk

Ynfernael Hulk

Ynfernael Hulk from Descent Journeys in the Dark Ynfernael Hulk is the first miniature I painted from the Shadow of Nerekhall expansion. I couldn’t wait to start painting this miniature! The Ynfernael Hulk is made by rocks and lava so this was the real challenge. I never painted the lava before and I tried to […]

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William Yorick

William Yorick

William Yorick – from Mansion of Madness William Yorick is my favorite investigator while playing the game and I was really looking forward to paint the miniature! Our friend William Yorick here is a gravedigger but it looks fancy after all. I like to think he likes to act: this would explain why he is […]

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Father Mateo

Father Mateo

Father Mateo – from Mansion of Madness Father Mateo… what can I say? I won’t lie, this one was easy! πŸ™‚ Father Mateo is a priest and the miniature is almost completely black. I tried to bring up some details like the cross and the red belt. It was excuse to challenge a little bit […]

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Agatha Crane

Agatha Crane

Agatha Crane – from Mansion of Madness Agatha Crane is another investigator, I know. I used to paint a monster and an investigator but this time I feel I need to finish all the investigators first! πŸ™‚ Agatha Crane is a fun figure to paint, despite her white coat/lab coat. The miniature itself id full […]

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Hunting Horrors

Hunting Horrors

Hunting Horrors – from Mansion of Madness Hunting Horrors are my first monster of the main box and I gotta say, I found them very fun to paint! I batch paint the Hunting Horrors (only two of them in the box) and I first primed them in black. I don’t really know that Hunting Horrors […]

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Preston Fairmont

Preston Fairmont

Preston Fairmont from Mansion of Madness Preston Fairmont is my first miniature from the Mansion of Madness 2nd edition’s box. After Captain Marvel (Marvel Crisis Protocol, in general) and Descent, I couldn’t wait to paint something new and Preston Fairmont was the best character to begin with. The character it a very “usual” rich guy in a very […]

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Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel from Marvel Crisis Protocol I started Captain Marvel, after High Mage Quellen but I stopped because the Summer was calling me elsewhere! πŸ™‚ Captain Marvel miniature it was fan to paint and it’s the one I enjoyed the most (from this game box). I wanted to create a sort of “link” between her […]

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High Mage Quellen

High Mage Quellen

High Mage Quellen from Descent Journeys in the Dark (Lair of the Wyrm) The High Mage Quellen was the las miniature of the Lair of the Wyrm box so, another one has been now completed (I bought a new one already, stay tuned!). High Mage Quellen is a very fun miniature to paint because it’s […]

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The Fire Imps

The Fire Imps

The Fire Imps, from Descent Journeys in the Dark (Lair of the Wyrm) The Fire Imps were the miniatures I was really looking forward to paint, since I’ve got Lair of the Wyrm. I think the best part of The Fire Imps miniature are the flames! I’ve worked with flames before (while painting the Elementals) […]

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Reynhard the Worthy

Reynhard the Worthy

Reynhard the Worthy, from Descent Journeys in the Dark (Lair of the Wyrm) Reynhard the Worthy is the first hero from the Lair of the Wyrm expansion. With the main box completed, I could finally focus on something else! Reynhard the Worthy is a warrior. The miniature is a funny mix of metal parts, leather […]

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Cave Spiders

Cave Spiders

The Cave Spiders from Descent Journeys in the Dark This is what happened when you paint the master Cave Spider but want to finish up the box so badly that you “forget” to paint the minion Cave Spiders! πŸ™ After a while, I finally finished the series and I added interesting variations to every single […]

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Spider-Man

Spider-Man

Spider-Man from Marvel Crisis Protocol Now, after Captain America and Iron Man, Spider-Man was the obvious choice! Despite the fact that Spider-Man looks “made” but just a couple of colours, it wasn’t very straight forward to paint. The web on the suit makes everything difficult and, also, I didn’t want to throw at it a […]

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Iron man

Iron Man

Iron Man from Marvel Crisis Protocol Iron Man is the most obvious choice after Captain America!It wasn’t easy to deal with all the metalwork and to try to flat the miniature with a plain red color but I was super fun! We all know Iron Man suit: a red piece of metal with a couple […]

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The Ettins

The Ettins – Completing the series

The Ettins are ready to hit the tabletop! Finally the Ettins are both ready! Yes, I spoke several times about the importance of a nice batch painting session but I was young and I wanted to to use my time to paint other miniatures… if you are thinking the same = WRONG!! I used the […]

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Captain America

Captain America

Captain America from Marvel Crisis Protocol Captain America needed to be my first miniature from Marvel Crisis Protocol! I encountered a lot of difficulties along the way but I am very happy of the final result. First of all, I started by priming the miniature in black and than in white from the above to […]

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Marvel Crisis Protocol

Marvel Crisis Protocol – Unboxing

Unboxing the long-awaited miniature game Marvel Crisis Protocol It looks like Marvel Crisis Protocol is a MUST-HAVE for every miniatures painter, Marvel’s fan, board game enthusiast so, with that in mind, I bought it! πŸ™‚ I won’t bore you talking about rules and how-to-play stuff (you will figure it out, I guess) but I want […]

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The Elementals

Elementals – Completing the box

Finishing up the Elementals. Elementals = more than one Elemental! When I started painting miniatures I was very exited to do always something new. Well, I should hold my horses instead! πŸ™‚ Descent – Journeys in the Dark’s box needs to be finished and I have a lot of unpainted miniatures yet to complete. I […]

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Avric Albright

Avric Albright

from Descent – Journeys in the Dark (2nd edition) Fun fact: so, I painted Avric Albright very long time ago but I totally forgot to take pictures of this work. Because of that, sorry, Avric, it seem like my memory is fading! πŸ™‚ Avric Albright it’s a warrior. Hence, all this decorative details. Certainly, it’s […]

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The Goblins Archers

The Goblins Archers

from Descent – Journeys in the Dark (2nd edition) The Goblins Archers from Descent – Journeys in the Dark (second edition) are actually the last miniature I painted (so far!). I painted them in batch to finish them all (no more Goblins). I found painting in batch a very convenient practice, especially if you have […]

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Tomble Burrowell

Tomble Burrowell

from Descent – Journeys in the Dark (2nd edition) I thought that Grisban was the smallest miniature in the box but I was wrong: Tomble Burrowell is even smaller! Tomble is a very fun miniature to paint and it’s full of small details. I used my 000 and 00 brushes only. Guess why! πŸ™‚I would […]

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The Flesh Moulders

The Flesh Moulders

from Descent – Journeys in the Dark (2nd edition) The Flesh Moulders were the last batch of miniature I painted so far.The trickiest part was trying to provide a nice touch of reflection on the relevant area (close the whirl of magic). Even if they don’t look easy to paint, I was surprised in seeing […]

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Jain Fairwood

Jain Fairwood

from Descent – Journeys in the Dark (2nd edition) Jain Fairwood was the last hero in the in the box (I bought an expansion already, don’t worry πŸ™‚ ). Her strong pose helps a lot and it was easy enough to catch the right light to apply to the miniature. I primed the whole miniature […]

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Zombies

Zombies

from Descent – Journeys in the Dark (2nd edition) I painted the Zombies in batch Zombies and I saw the benefit of it right away! They were my first zombies and I experimented a lot around the skin tones, trying to give a “rotten” look, as it should be (I never saw a zombie myself […]

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The Familiar

The Familiar

from Descent – Journeys in the Dark (2nd edition) Ok ok, I need to explain: there is no “official” miniature for the familiar but I was tired of using that annoying cardboard token so I came up with this miniature (from Warhammer). I bought a box full of skeletons and I just picked the one […]

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The Goblin

The Goblin

from Hero Quest I painted the Goblin as a gift for a special friend of mine. Hero Quest was the first fantasy board game we played together and this miniature quickly became an icon for the game itself. πŸ™‚ The skin is the most important part here and I tried to make it stand out […]

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The Merriod

The Merriod

from Descent – Journeys in the Dark (2nd edition) The Merriod gave me the chance to play with Scenic Water, finally! πŸ™‚ I tried to mimic the water effect with some custom-made solutions but DO NOT TRY AT HOME! Scenic Water is the best (is not the cheapest option, tho!). Because it’s awesome, I used […]

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Grisban the Thirsty

Grisban the Thirsty

from Descent – Journeys in the Dark (2nd edition) When I gave the first look at Grisban the Thirsty I said: “What??”. It looks really crazy to paint (well) all those small details but, at present, is one of the miniature I enjoyed the most! Yes, Tomble Burrowell is even smaller! πŸ™‚ I primed the […]

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The Ettin

The Ettin

from Descent – Journeys in the Dark (2nd edition) Finally, the Ettin! I couldn’t wait to paint this miniature! I never played with the skin too much and this was the best way to learn! It’s actually very important to provide a good prime here. I primed the miniature using black, grey and white, to […]

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