After my first two articles on model painting just being ink jobs I wanted to share some more complete paint jobs that I had completed for tabletop figures! We revisit this article in this week’s Flashback Friday! I hope you enjoy! Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate This article was orginally published on 29th September 2018 After
It’s another Flashback Friday, where we look at an old article I wrote a a year ago. This weeks article is a continuation of the model painting articles I first started this site with! I hope to revisit some model painting articles in the future when I have time to break out my paints once
Now This is art, not real life is one year old, I can start to flashback to some of my older posts. If you haven’t seen these before this is the perfect oppertunity to read some new content, or see where this website started! With that in mind this Flashback Friday I want to take
After having a very enjoyable time playing Betrayal at House on the Hill with some friends I decided to pick up a copy myself. Whilst I was looking up the game I discovered that there was a Dungeons and Dragons version of this game; Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate. I had no choice, I had to
Following on from my Banshee post I decided I would post another model that I only had to ink for me to be completely satisfied with the end product. That model is a Lizardfolk that I got out of the same set of Rage of Demons boxes that I got the Banshees out of.
I bought a few boxes of the Dungeons and Dragons mini-figures for Rage of Demons. I have recently bought the Out of the Abyss adventure and as I was reading through it I thought I would see how the mini-figures look, and I was very impressed. The figures are very well molded, and very nicely