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Thanks, guys. I have rather enjoyed working with these naturalistic colors. Everyone needs a change, though, so here's something unnatural:


This is one of the Mythos Monsters from the first Bones KS. I'm not sure what it is, but it has a lot of eyes.


And another one from the same set. This one also has a lot of eyes. They are hard to see in real life, which is why I didn't bother with pupils for them. I may or may not go back and add them in. Also note the half-digested dude on the inside.

Here they are, along with another piece of scatter terrain I threw together:


And here are some bonus photos, hidden behind the spoiler tag:
Spoiler:

I do all my painting and modelling work downstairs, but completed models are stored upstairs. I'm running low on storage, so every time I haul something upstairs, I have to repack whatever case they are going into. This is time-consuming, to say the least, so I usually have twenty or thirty models stored up by the time I get around to putting them away. This time, I finally made myself pack up all the beastmen I did last month, and I was pleasantly surprised by how many I had already done. For example:



These are the plastics from 5th edition. Very nice models, but the ball joint on their necks is really ugly. I gave them all massive manes to cover the joint.


A bunch of nearly-identical ram-men with two-handed axes. This was the core of a Bestigor unit.


This is the rest of the Bestigors. The bulldog-guy with the frog feet is delightful to me.


Some snakemen.


A cat-man, a bird-man, and an ugly goat man.


Three identical goat(?)-men. One is missing his shield.


Three mutants. I'm not entirely sure why I decided that they need tentacles. Beastmen have never had access to archers, so at one point I had planned to convert them to spearmen, but appear to have given up on that as well.


A little minotaur (minitaur?) and a monkey/goat man.


A couple of musicians. I'm not sure the guy on the right knows how to blow that horn. The guy on the left has a plastic horn left over from a plastic sprue-- one of the few instances of me actually using things from my bitz box.


A kitbashed standard bearer and a weird mutant. I was seriously considering picking up that two-headed guy on Ebay for an outrageous sum. I'm glad I chickened out, as I'm not sure anyone needs two of this guy.


A rhino-man, two bull-men, and a very pink Slaangor.




A couple of heroes. I wish I had the time/patience I had when I painted the Chaos Champion on the left.



Minotaurs. If I were to repaint these guys now, they wouldn't be quite so red. I have a few more waiting in a Box of Shame, though, so I'll try a different palette on them if/when I get around to them.



A minotaur lord. He is lunging so far forward that he was exceptionally difficult to photograph.


All of the beastmen ranked up and poorly lit. Not really enough for a pure beastman army, but they work as one part of a combined Chaos army.


Those Mythos monsters painted up pretty quick, but with the release of Ghost Archipelago, my enthusiasm has shifted back to fantasy warbands for now. At least there won't be many browns on those models.


Now showing the completed Dark Judges, as well as another Tranquility crewmember from Blackwater Gulch!!

Painting Total as of 10/22/2021: 90 plus an iron golem and five spider nests and all the obstacles for Dreadball Xtreme and four trapdoors and a cauldron and some teleport disks and three SF buildings and some resin barricades!

Painting Total as of 12/26/2020: 185 plus two mechs and the Throne of Bone




 
   
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Not sure exactly what the green one is. But the second one would be a very good substitute for a Gibbering Mouther.

I like them. You have done an awesome job on a fairly amorphous model. The giant eyeball is particularly awesome.

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This is one of the Mythos Monsters from the first Bones KS. I'm not sure what it is, but it has a lot of eyes.


If I remember my Mythos correctly, those blobs are shoggoths, artificially created slaves of the Elder Things who rebelled against their creators.



 
   
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Blobby goodness. Very effective eyeball on the green one.
   
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That's one hell of an impressive Beastman force, Josh - and painted so quickly as well!

The Bones stuff looks surprisingly good as well. I don't remember any of those though - was the Mythos stuff an add-on, or do I probably have them in a box somewhere?

   
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Hideous beasts are great, Josh - The eyeball is very effective and creepy

   
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Archer wrote:Not sure exactly what the green one is. But the second one would be a very good substitute for a Gibbering Mouther.

I like them. You have done an awesome job on a fairly amorphous model. The giant eyeball is particularly awesome.


GIbbering Mouther is the first thing I thought of, too.

OnlyWar wrote:
This is one of the Mythos Monsters from the first Bones KS. I'm not sure what it is, but it has a lot of eyes.


If I remember my Mythos correctly, those blobs are shoggoths, artificially created slaves of the Elder Things who rebelled against their creators.



As I recall from playing the Call of Cthulhu RPG many years ago, shoggoths are much bigger than this thing. Maybe it's a baby?

youwashock wrote:Blobby goodness. Very effective eyeball on the green one.


Thanks. I had a couple of false starts, but it turned out OK in the end.

Azazelx wrote:That's one hell of an impressive Beastman force, Josh - and painted so quickly as well!

The Bones stuff looks surprisingly good as well. I don't remember any of those though - was the Mythos stuff an add-on, or do I probably have them in a box somewhere?


Thanks. All the beastmen in this latest post are at least ten years old. I was just so pleased to (re)discover that I had them that I wanted to share. The Bones guys were an add-on-- only $10, so I couldn't say no.

Slinky wrote:Hideous beasts are great, Josh - The eyeball is very effective and creepy


Thanks. My son hates them both-- he calls them "gross" (in Japanese).

Now showing the completed Dark Judges, as well as another Tranquility crewmember from Blackwater Gulch!!

Painting Total as of 10/22/2021: 90 plus an iron golem and five spider nests and all the obstacles for Dreadball Xtreme and four trapdoors and a cauldron and some teleport disks and three SF buildings and some resin barricades!

Painting Total as of 12/26/2020: 185 plus two mechs and the Throne of Bone




 
   
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I think I mentioned that my Frostgrave: Ghost Archipelago stuff arrived last week. FG hits all the right buttons for me, and GA does the same. As a result, I couldn't stop myself from bumping these up in the queue:





These four are the female crew members from Northstar. I used brighter colors on them than I have anything in the last six months. Also, no washing/glazing-- traditional layering only. I'm quite proud of the stripey pants.




This is Eva, the pirate queen from Bad Squiddo. When I buy into these Nickstarters, I go through BS because shipping is cheaper and they carry some nifty models, like this one, that I don't feel like scouring the 'net to find. This model comes with a giant iguana, which is still in the primer-only phase.

Here are a couple of group shots. First, all five models together:


And one with another piece of scatter terrain:


The statue and plants are aquarium decorations that have been sitting in my terrain-making box for over a decade.

As always, comments, criticism and praise are welcome and encouraged.

Now showing the completed Dark Judges, as well as another Tranquility crewmember from Blackwater Gulch!!

Painting Total as of 10/22/2021: 90 plus an iron golem and five spider nests and all the obstacles for Dreadball Xtreme and four trapdoors and a cauldron and some teleport disks and three SF buildings and some resin barricades!

Painting Total as of 12/26/2020: 185 plus two mechs and the Throne of Bone




 
   
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That is great work J in J - though I feel that the crewwomen fit better than the captain with the frostgrave look.

Hats off for painting without washes. I admire those who can.
   
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 kestral wrote:
That is great work J in J - though I feel that the crewwomen fit better than the captain with the frostgrave look.

Hats off for painting without washes. I admire those who can.


This whole set was painted with GA in mind, but I agree that the Captain wouldn't fit in well in Felstadt (sp?).

Layering isn't that difficult, just time consuming. You just have to make sure you start with a dark-enough base color, or else the model looks washed out.

Now showing the completed Dark Judges, as well as another Tranquility crewmember from Blackwater Gulch!!

Painting Total as of 10/22/2021: 90 plus an iron golem and five spider nests and all the obstacles for Dreadball Xtreme and four trapdoors and a cauldron and some teleport disks and three SF buildings and some resin barricades!

Painting Total as of 12/26/2020: 185 plus two mechs and the Throne of Bone




 
   
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These look very nice. But... no peg legs or hook hands? A sad lot of pirates these be. Yar. They've painted up very well. The minis are not too 'busy' at all. I like that.

It is possible to layer from light to dark. Sometimes this is much easier on really small areas. At least for me.

Now as far as aquarium decorations... one of those chests of coins? Or would those be too big. Pirates gotta have a treasure chest. Plus, you need stuff like that in Frostgrave anyway.

 
   
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Awesome pirates, matey! Frostgrave sounds like a ton of fun. Hope GA is as well.
   
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Red Harvest wrote:These look very nice. But... no peg legs or hook hands? A sad lot of pirates these be. Yar. They've painted up very well. The minis are not too 'busy' at all. I like that.

It is possible to layer from light to dark. Sometimes this is much easier on really small areas. At least for me.

Now as far as aquarium decorations... one of those chests of coins? Or would those be too big. Pirates gotta have a treasure chest. Plus, you need stuff like that in Frostgrave anyway.


Well, the creators are pretty adamant that it's not a pirate game, but rather a pre-black powder, low fantasy Indiana Jones/Lara Croft treasure hunt.

bbb wrote:Awesome pirates, matey! Frostgrave sounds like a ton of fun. Hope GA is as well.


I recommend both. Both games are miniatures-neutral, so at least some of the models I've painted in the last couple of years are finally seeing some action.

Now showing the completed Dark Judges, as well as another Tranquility crewmember from Blackwater Gulch!!

Painting Total as of 10/22/2021: 90 plus an iron golem and five spider nests and all the obstacles for Dreadball Xtreme and four trapdoors and a cauldron and some teleport disks and three SF buildings and some resin barricades!

Painting Total as of 12/26/2020: 185 plus two mechs and the Throne of Bone




 
   
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Wonderful pirates, but sorry the squiggly stuff at the top of the page wins, just love it.




 
   
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Dang... those look great Josh! Nice change of pace with the bright colors. Love ‘em!

Valete,

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Very cool stuff Josh. You've got those stripey pants down - now paint some slayers to go with them!

I do like the look of the Ghost Archipelago stuff you're producing, and the setting appeals to me a bit (lot) more than the Frozen City thing. Not that I've gotten around to a single game of Frostgrave yet, despite owning a pile of the books.

   
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Camkierhi wrote:Wonderful pirates, but sorry the squiggly stuff at the top of the page wins, just love it.


The squigglies were fun and easy to paint, except for the eyes, and also count as a warm up for my December/January project.

cygnnus wrote:Dang... those look great Josh! Nice change of pace with the bright colors. Love ‘em!

Valete,

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Painting some more colorful models was a nice change. Of course, that didn't last, as we'll see below.

Azazelx wrote:Very cool stuff Josh. You've got those stripey pants down - now paint some slayers to go with them!

I do like the look of the Ghost Archipelago stuff you're producing, and the setting appeals to me a bit (lot) more than the Frozen City thing. Not that I've gotten around to a single game of Frostgrave yet, despite owning a pile of the books.


I think I'll leave the slayers to you, thanks.

FG and GA aren't really setting dependent-- there aren't rules for frostbite or slipping on ice, for example-- so if you have some scatter terrain and ruins, you can play. Mechanically, the rules are particularly sophisticated, but then again neither is 40K. Give it a try in your copious free time and let me know what you think.

Speaking of free time:


This is the Ranger from Oathsworn's second Senisble Shoes KS. She seems a bit drab after the brightly-colored crewmembers from the previous update. They don't show up in this photo, but I really did paint her eyes.



A couple of brigands, from the same KS project. They seemed like the kind of fellows who waylay travelers, so I kept their colors muted as well. I don't have a lot of models that fit the description of "thug," so these will be useful. Finally, the obligatory group shot, with terrain:


The plants are trimmed down aquarium plants, hot glued down to MDF bases. Good for blocking LOS, not a lot of effort to make. Expect to see more like this.

As always, comments, criticism, and compliments are welcome and encouraged.

Now showing the completed Dark Judges, as well as another Tranquility crewmember from Blackwater Gulch!!

Painting Total as of 10/22/2021: 90 plus an iron golem and five spider nests and all the obstacles for Dreadball Xtreme and four trapdoors and a cauldron and some teleport disks and three SF buildings and some resin barricades!

Painting Total as of 12/26/2020: 185 plus two mechs and the Throne of Bone




 
   
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One final update for November:


A witch from Oathsworn's second Sensible Shoes KS. Her eyes look really weird in this photo, almost like she painted her eyelids to fool her teaching into thinking she was not sleeping in class. I'll have to make her upper eyelid more distinct.



A paladin from the same KS. His eyes turned out well enough. The colors for his surcoat came from GIS-- I wasn't sure the drab colors would work, but I'm happy with how they turned out. Also, because of how I mounted him on the base, I had a hard time finding a good place to stick the tuft. It looks like he is willing to lay down his life to defend that patch of flowers.



I picked up this model when I ordered my Ghost Archipelago stuff, but I can't remember the manufacturer. I gave her dark skin to make her look a little less naked. The sword and her hands were a separate piece, and I had a hell of a time getting it to line up with the arms. Her left hand is, in fact, not attached to her wrist. You can't tell unless you turn the model upside down, so I think I'm safe. I painted her eyes, but they are too small to see in photos.



Finally, a vampire hunter from Bad Squiddo's Last Sunrise KS. Her face turned out quite ugly. I think she'll see service in FG of GA as a crossbowman/marksman.

And now, a group shot, with a couple of pieces of scatter terrain-- a bottomless pit and a little pond:


In the background, you can just make out a Spawn of Cthulhu model from Reaper. December/January will be focused on large Mythos monsters, building up the Great Cthulhu from Bones 1. Check in to have your sanity blasted!

Now showing the completed Dark Judges, as well as another Tranquility crewmember from Blackwater Gulch!!

Painting Total as of 10/22/2021: 90 plus an iron golem and five spider nests and all the obstacles for Dreadball Xtreme and four trapdoors and a cauldron and some teleport disks and three SF buildings and some resin barricades!

Painting Total as of 12/26/2020: 185 plus two mechs and the Throne of Bone




 
   
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Nice stuff yet again, I particularly like the Lion Lady.

   
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 aku-chan wrote:
Nice stuff yet again, I particularly like the Lion Lady.


Thanks. I've really enjoyed all this random stuff I've been working on. FG and GA have inspired me to work on stuff that would probably have never seen the tabletop otherwise.

Now showing the completed Dark Judges, as well as another Tranquility crewmember from Blackwater Gulch!!

Painting Total as of 10/22/2021: 90 plus an iron golem and five spider nests and all the obstacles for Dreadball Xtreme and four trapdoors and a cauldron and some teleport disks and three SF buildings and some resin barricades!

Painting Total as of 12/26/2020: 185 plus two mechs and the Throne of Bone




 
   
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Whoo boy as an individual embarking on a bit of a frostgrave kick, there's a lot of inspiration this last page. Gonna have to catch up the backlog.

 
   
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Continuing the holiday theme, here are some Horrors From The Deep!





This is the third model in the Mythos Monsters set from Bones I. I know that Cthulhu is usually green, but I wanted him to look more like an octopus. This model has this bumpy texture all over, making layering more hassle that it would be worth. The tombstone thing on his base came from a RAFM set, but I don't remember which one.





Speaking of RAFM, here's Father Dagon, from their CoC Kickstarter. Deep Ones are always described as ichthyic aand/or batrachian, but this guy is so scaly I went with saurian instead. I modeled his eyes after crocodile eyes. As you can see here:


He's a lot bigger than a standard RAFM Deep One.





Finally, Mother Hydra. RAFM sells this model as a Servitor of the Outer Gods-- you can see the flute it plays to placate/entertain Azathoth-- but it doesn't look amorphous enough to me for that. The model is mostly resin, but the arms and metal, and were a real hassle to attach. Did you catch the little white spot in the second photo? I washed and scrubbed the model three times, but never got it completely degreased, and I had a hell of a time getting the gesso to stick.

Here's a scale shot with all three together:


And one more, this time with another piece of terrain:


As always, comments, criticism, and feedback are welcome and encouraged. Thanks for looking!

Now showing the completed Dark Judges, as well as another Tranquility crewmember from Blackwater Gulch!!

Painting Total as of 10/22/2021: 90 plus an iron golem and five spider nests and all the obstacles for Dreadball Xtreme and four trapdoors and a cauldron and some teleport disks and three SF buildings and some resin barricades!

Painting Total as of 12/26/2020: 185 plus two mechs and the Throne of Bone




 
   
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Awesome stuff. Since I was last on here dude, love the eyeball thingy at the top of the page

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Mythos terrors aplenty. Little Cthulhu looks really good and the Mother Hydra model is fabulous.
   
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Thanks, guys. This has been a fun series of models to work on.

Next up, some more Deep Ones:


I painted these guys essentially indentically to Father Dagon/Mother Hydra from last week. My son assures me that the guy with the book is not in fact a wizard, but is merely taking some time to catch up on his reading.

Here's a shoggoth:







I wasn't sure how to do a translucent amoeba effect, so I went with human skin instead. It's not quite so yellow in real life. I gave it a mix of human and non-human eyes to reflect the truly amorphous nature of the shoggoth. HPL heavily implies that all life on Earth came from these things, so there's no reason it should all look like us. The main body is resin, and the tentacles are metal. The kit came with another ten or so little tentacles that probably go in the little holes, but I decided that would be to fragile for the tabletop. Instead, I dribbled some green glaze to simulate leaking bile and/or other fluids, like in an Erol Otus illustration. I think it turned out gross enough.

Finally, a group shot:


No terrain this week-- I spent too much time on all those eyes. As always, comments, criticism, feedback and praise are welcome and encouraged.

Now showing the completed Dark Judges, as well as another Tranquility crewmember from Blackwater Gulch!!

Painting Total as of 10/22/2021: 90 plus an iron golem and five spider nests and all the obstacles for Dreadball Xtreme and four trapdoors and a cauldron and some teleport disks and three SF buildings and some resin barricades!

Painting Total as of 12/26/2020: 185 plus two mechs and the Throne of Bone




 
   
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Love the deep ones, reminds me of the creature from the black lagoon.

The Shoggoth is an impressive lump of nastiness isn't it? Could be a good stand in for a Yochlol in a D&D campaign as well.

Love your terrain work anything special on the horizon?

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[Warhammer] The Obsidian Knightly Order; The Wondrous Caravan of the Traveller and his Maneaters; Bronze Host of Ka-Sabar; Dragonriders of Caledor; Vain Quest for the Grail, 11th Crusade of Araby; The Throng of Kark Veng; 
   
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A couple of weeks ago, I treated myself to an early Christmas gift. When they arrived, I decided to bump them up in the painting queue:



These are from Bad Squiddo's Onna Bugeisha (lit: female warriors) line. Their armor seems to be modeled on late-Sengoku styles, so I decided to keep the colors simple-- in this case, dull yellow lacing over black armor plates. The jinbaori on the leftmost model feels a little too plain, but I'm not sure what to put on it. For now, I'll leave it as is.



Two more from the same line. The red armor turned out a lot more red than I'd wanted. I have been trying to achieve a rusty effect, but every time it comes out either too red or too brown.

After all those Jes Goodwin models, with their prominent eyebrows and razor-sharp cheekbones, I had a heck of a time with the faces on these models. The camera was a lot more forgiving than the naked eye. Also, to emphasize their female-ness, I added a bit of color to their lips-- a half-remembered tip I got from the Sedition Wars "How to paint" DVD. There are four more models in this line. I hope to have them finished by the end of the year. Finally, the obligatory group shot, with terrain:



The stone hand and the face hidden behind the plants are also from Bad Squiddo, the treasure counters came with the FG:GA Nickstarter.

As always, comments, criticism, and praise are welcome and encouraged. Thanks for looking.

Now showing the completed Dark Judges, as well as another Tranquility crewmember from Blackwater Gulch!!

Painting Total as of 10/22/2021: 90 plus an iron golem and five spider nests and all the obstacles for Dreadball Xtreme and four trapdoors and a cauldron and some teleport disks and three SF buildings and some resin barricades!

Painting Total as of 12/26/2020: 185 plus two mechs and the Throne of Bone




 
   
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Very cool. You're levels above my own painting so I'm reluctant to offer suggestions but since you asked the shaft on the naginata could use some grain or texture, the color it too close to the leather I think.

 
   
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 Kid_Kyoto wrote:
Very cool. You're levels above my own painting so I'm reluctant to offer suggestions but since you asked the shaft on the naginata could use some grain or texture, the color it too close to the leather I think.


I'm a little reluctant to try painting woodgrain on something so small, but you're probably right. I'll have to give that some thought.

Now showing the completed Dark Judges, as well as another Tranquility crewmember from Blackwater Gulch!!

Painting Total as of 10/22/2021: 90 plus an iron golem and five spider nests and all the obstacles for Dreadball Xtreme and four trapdoors and a cauldron and some teleport disks and three SF buildings and some resin barricades!

Painting Total as of 12/26/2020: 185 plus two mechs and the Throne of Bone




 
   
 
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