Miniature Painting Spotlight: 11/1/2020

Here we are again, with another awesome edition of our Miniature Painting Spotlight!

First up is an old 1979 (I think? May be from 80’s, but pewter is pretty worn on the bottom!) metal mini.

Last we saw him…

And here he is now! Done and done!

I am hoping to use him as one of my Red Wizards of Thay in my Tuesday game. Personally, I think he looks mensing enough to be that.

Next up is the progress on my tiefling.

As you can see, I got his belt set and pants begun. He still has quite a ways to go, but I’m not in a hurry with him. Granted, I don’t play too many tieflings, So that may be part of my lack of rush.

Next up, is a mimic I’m working on. My daughter was painting one of the mimics that came in the pack for a miniature painting contest that we went to this last Wednesday. It was an awesome time. I’ll showcase what I painted for that in a bit. But now, the work on the chest mimic!

Yes, still at work in progress but I’m happy with how he’s coming along. I just need a darker brown to dry brush over the lighter brown. Oh well. One day.

Lastly, we have my entry for the miniature painting contest. I actually didn’t enter anything into the contest, and was just there painting a miniature as I was one of the judges. The manager of my local game store was the one who set up the contest and I was happy to help. Frankly, I wish we had had a little bit more of a turnout, but the turnout we had was good quality. Big shout out to Matt for his winning entry!

That said, here’s my night hag:

I am very happy with how she turned out. As a green hag, I put glistening blood paint on her hands as if she just got done taking out a party of adventurers.

Well, that’s all I have this week. Join us next time to see the progress I’m making on the rest of my miniatures!

Until next time, dear readers!

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