Monday, February 6, 2017

Weekend Painting

As I prepare for this weekend's next game of our Frostgrave Campaign, I managed to get a couple things finished, mostly with the aim of 'being' ready for the game. I may need to lean on Scott for some Skeletal Support however.

First up is a couple more pieces of the GW Morr Terrain set which have been lurking about my paint table. I definitely needed the wrought iron fence piece for the game.


Next are a couple of Fenryll Resin miniatures I picked up quite a few years ago. I am sure they were meant to be Paladin & Holy Warriors, however I think these 2 could easily work as a Necromancer & his Apprentice. Certainly will make for an odd backstory.


I thought I would find a suitable emblem to emblazon their cloaks with (otherwise they would be rather plain). So I dug out some old GW Chaos Dwarf shield decals.


Next are the first of a batch of Skeletons I am working on for this weekend. These are both metal miniatures. The first I am not sure what line he is from, however the second with the spear is a Citadel one from the 80's


I painted the spear tip black to represent a fire hardened version. Though I suppose it could also have been a staff.


Lastly & without any real surprise, another of my Zombicide Black Plague Walkers is finished. Will she appear in the game this weekend? Perhaps, as there are indeed zombies! I notice I need to finish her off with quick green on the eyes.



Hoping to get a handle on quite a few more of the skeletons I have on the paint table throughout the week.
 

12 comments:

  1. What a fabulous post with so much to like Terry, especially the new Necromancer & his Apprentice.

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    1. Thanks Michael, always good to break up painting the same things.

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  2. love the old split skull decals :D

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    1. Thanks Brad, I have quite a few of these oldies still kicking around looking for things to use them on.

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  3. Great mix - lovely brushwork on all

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    1. Thanks Dannoc, I am beginning to think that these Fenryll miniatures are the first 'resin' models I ever purchased.

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  4. The necromancer and apprentice are particularly impressive Terry

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    1. Thanks Gobbo, I am sure the true Frostgrave versions are likely stashed in my Nickstarters.

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  5. Wow...great paint work...superb

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  6. Lovely work and they make good Necromancer characters. All your undead look suitably aged as well top job!

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    1. Thanks Simon, the apprentice can be easily revamped into the Dark Templar role as needed. I will not be fielding them anytime soon as I am currently running an Enchanter

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