Tuesday, October 25, 2016

28mm Reaper - Elise, the Witch

Happy Halloween! Lots of great versions of this one out there.

The questions is always "where exactly is the stem?"

Thanks for looking - questions comments are welcome and encouraged!

Friday, October 7, 2016

Caribbean Horror - Voodoo Wars!: The Forces of Darkness

Baron Savoodie launches the attack! This is West Wind's Baron Savoodie and Priestesses, thirty OG Voodoo Warriors, Mama Magumbi's two Voodoo Warriors, and the four nameless Dr. Meraux's Assistants.

Madam Magumbi's henchmen also got the face paint treatment. That's one in the white shorts ...

And the other is in the white shirt, gray pants at front. the West Wind stuff is significantly bigger than the OG stuff but still all harmonizes nicely.
The Doctor's party guests were murdered some time ago, but they still can be of use to Mama Magumbi!

This is West Wind's Mama Magumbi, ten West Wind Zombies, and ten zombies from Brigade Games.

Five of the Brigade Games zombies are undead type and the other five are more classic mind-controlled zombie servants seen at right. Better pictures of all of these already exist on this blog but wanted to get it all in one place.
Thanks for looking. Comments are welcome and encouraged!

Thursday, October 6, 2016

25mm - Old Glory - Voodoo Warriors

Finally! All the figures for this game are done - oh, I may be missing the West Wind Steamer Crew I may pick up later but for now I'm done.

Normally, I would do more blending and layering on the skin but I wanted to try the Foundry Dark African Flesh Triad straight out of the bottle.

Still have some buildings and more jungle terrain to finish and this game is done and playable. They were designed for pirates but having reread Call of Cthulhu, they could easily be Louisiana Cthulhu cult worshipers. This whole game could be dressed in Lovecraftian touches without too much trouble.

I also thought I'd do more skeleton paint on some figs but chickened out and opted to keep them simple.

These could potentially be "leader figures" so I tried to so some in bright Caribbean colors. These are actually from Old Glory's really nice Pirate range: http://www.oldgloryminiatures.com/products.asp?cat=208&pg=3

I did the whole pack of 30 but distributed as above for casualty removal.
Thanks for looking - Questions and comments are welcome!