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Maglok

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  1. The Shadows of Brimstone miniatures are so much harder to paint, they don't hold detail very well. Here are links to a few shots from my photosteam. https://www.flickr.com/photos/theglok/30026553080/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/theglok/25342537779/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/theglok/30861627232/ Didn't have my photobox around to take pictures of these.
  2. Oh yeah the heat is KILLING me, honestly. Not a happy painter.
  3. And here are the two large hollows.
  4. Used a 000. Very small.
  5. Thanks! Here are the four player characters.
  6. So I started painting Dark Souls the boardgame as fast as I can.The miniatures are a lot more fun to paint then Shadows of Brimstone, the detail is nice. So I started my engines and am putting my painting time at the moment in Dark Souls models! I am painting the miniatures in the actual colorscheme from the game. The bases are just 'themed' around Dark Souls, desolate, kinda ... dead. Here are the 3 Silver Knights and the 3 Silver Knight Greatbowmen. Next up the 4 player characters! We already played a game and intend to run more. We want to run through the Dark Souls 1 'campaign' which means my paint order will be: 4 PCs, 3 Hollow Soldiers, 3 Hollow Crossbowmen, 3 Large Hollows, the Gargoyle, 2 Sentinels, the Titanite Demon and finally Ornstein & Smough. The other (mini-)bosses don't appear in that 'campaign', so they are up after all of this is done! Critique welcome. They are tabletop quality, I want them done, but I want them to look nifty.