A place for me to post about my miniature gaming hobby experiences. This will hopefully include some advice and information that will be useful to others who share this hobby. Mostly it will be a way for me to keep track of my progress on various gaming projects.
Below are pictures of my finished group of six Skeletons with bows for my Warhammer Quest games. These are some very old Warhammer skeletons that I've had sitting around for a long time. When I started painting them I realized that most of them have arrows stuck into their bases. This would be find if the base was going to look like grass or dirt. Unfortunately, it wasn't going to make much sense to have arrows stuck into the stone floor of a dungeon. So I improvised and adding some little dirt piles where the arrows meet the base. I'm not sure it's all that convincing, but I suppose it's better than nothing.
Behold, six painted Skeletons with swords for use in my Warhammer Quest games. The miniatures are the current Games Workshop plastic skeletons. There's not much else to say about them. Take a look at the pictures below.
I have finished painting the spear armed goblins from the Warhammer Quest boxed game. As with the other groups of monsters, I tried to add some variety by giving them different colored cloth, belts, and furs. They also all had different shields, and painting unique shields added a lot to the painting time for these guys. However, with these goblins completed, I now have all of the miniatures (monsters and heroes) from my Warhammer Quest boxed game painted! All I have left is the doorway sections, and the boxed game will be completely done. I will put up a post soon with some pictures of all the painted miniatures from the game, but for now have a look at the goblins with spears below.