So here is a WIP shot of my two Skulldred playtesting warband. Lots to do, and I am just aiming for tabletop ready standard at the moment.
Reaper Bones are a really cheap way to do this. My goblins cost $9, three bugbears for $15 and so on. That is retail price- you can probably get cheaper directly online.
One cute trick I have been using is the office cappachino machine to heat up and straighten the bent shafts (ooh missus!) by applying steam directly to specific areas.
Thank you! They look wonderful!ReplyDelete
Really liking how these have turned out!ReplyDelete
They are looking awesome :)ReplyDelete
I think bones have been really underrated. As a dirt cheap alternative to metal and plastic minis with some great sculpts I think they generally paint up really well!ReplyDelete
Looking good Delaney. Your speed painting puts my standard painting to shame :DReplyDelete
I was very dissapointed by the first bones kickstarter. The quality was incredible low, even for the dirt cheap prices. But I gave them to my kid for practise painting.ReplyDelete
You have done a wonderful work on them.
So glad to see you getting back on your feet again, and with such sharp paint-jobs, too!ReplyDelete
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