A picture of three halflings from my miniature collection. The halfling on the right was used in an RPG campaign I was a part of 2 years back approximately. He was this VERY annoying ginger halfling, constantly bossing the PCs and other NPCs around. One of the PCs very unexpected ended up killing the poor (But extremely annoying) halfling in a fit of rage. Perhaps the miniature will see his chance for a new role some day :-P
I painted up this Champion of Nurgle to be used for my WFRP campaign. The city Middenheim is affected by a strange plague that primarily seems to affect the poorer districts of the town – This “lovely” figure has been spotted several times in some of the areas that are the worst affected by the plague.
I painted this set “Their Majesties” by Fenryll recently. Before painting the couple I decided to convert the king so he could be used as a rich nobleman in my RPG/WFRP sessions. He looks great at the end of a big banquet table. The queen got to keep her crown as I didn’t have any ideas for converting her.
I recently painted up Alicija Degollara (Imperial Armada) from Freebooter’s Fate. I love Werner Klocke’s work and it was as always a joy to paint yet another Freebooter miniature.
The miniature serves as a bounty hunter for my WFRP RPG campaign.
I used artwork from The Witcher 2 as inspiration for this miniature – Ves from the Blue Stripes as seen below.
I’m currently painting a “Vernon Roche” inspired miniature as well – You can’t have Ves without Roche nor the other way around ;-)
I recently made a pretty cool conversion piece to use as a Chaos Shrine in Warhammer. It started out with two columns from Fenryll, the gargoyles and skull wall from Games Workshop, the top piece from a chaos chariot (I think), some styrofoam for the bottom, a chaos symbol in the bottom and a bunch of candles on top.
Click the read more below the picture to see a few more pictures :-)
“Hear, Hear, I’m here!”
Another one done for the Mordheim Collection. This time it’s The Town Cryer from the Hired Swords. I gave him a rather sickly look, as it appears that the miniature is sort of zombified – Additionally he fits perfect into the WFRP Middenheim campaign, as the town is struck by a weird plague (Or gifts from Papa Nurgle?) – So I guess that this Town Cryer can both announce how the plague progresses verbally and visually.. :P
And of course the Mordheim progress – Added the Town Cryer and The Frenzied Mob: Butcher as well.
The Jeweler’s Workshop in Middenheim
I completed the last items for my Jeweler Workshop – It’s to be used in an upcoming WFRP session. I really went for it with this set, adding a bunch of gems, trinkets, sigils, candles and whatnot.
Finally I tried to highlight everything as extreme as possible to achieve a “Shiny/glow” overall effect, I think it turned out quite good.
Now I just need a miniature for the jeweler. Perhaps I’ll be able to find one that slightly resembles Covetus Shen from Diablo 3, that’d just make my day :-)
The Butcher (That I mentioned in my Ogre Butcher post a while back) for my ongoing WFRP campaign in Middenheim is now finished. The miniature is from the Frenzied Mob set for Mordheim. I’m looking forward to see what kind of guy the GM has decided this fellow’s going to be…
One of the PCs in the campaign loves sausages and is currently planning a “Butcher-Crawl” through Middenheim, tasting all the best sausages in town – So he’s destined to run into this guy at some point. Though with 20+ butcher stores in the town it may of course take a while, but who knows?
I finished up painting this awesome Citadel miniature “St. George” from the Travelling Players (C46) line that was released in the 80’s. The miniature makes for a great parody of a Bretonnian knight, obviously in a theater play, a costume ball or something similar. I’m looking forward to seeing him in action in a future WFRP session :-)
I already have this miniature painted in another color scheme in my collection, but the miniature is awesome so I bought an extra a while back. I now found a use for it, as we had to use a miniature for “Luigi Pavarotti”, a Middenheim character from WFRP 1st edition – Luigi is of course in our Middenheim campaign as well – I painted his clothes pretty extravagant as that fits the character well.
I’ve included a short description of him from the 1st edition book “Power Behind the Throne”
“Height 6’ 2”. Build, enormous. Thick Black curly hair and beard. Luigi is an amazing, larger than-life character; he is flamboyant, shouts rather than speaks, gestures wildly and appears half-crazy. Luigi does everything to excess; he dresses in outrageous attire and eats and drinks avariciously.”
So without further ado, Luigi Pavarotti from Middenheim!