Ah, lovely to see you with us Juan and with two characterful miniatures. That first fellow looks like me Monday mornings when I head off to work... Seriously, great work on depicting the decrepit undead flesh tones, clothes and metalwork. I've been to the Red Box website many times admiring their miniatures but can never decide what to order as they are so many cool castings.
Monday, 21 December 2015
From JuanM - First Entry: The Loser & the Gambler (10 Points)
Here is my first entry to this year´s Challenge, really fast painting for me! This is my first picture about The Challenge, yesterday in the morning, when I selected the first two models to paint (basically, because both of them were going to wear white trousers...):
As you can see, I have some figures waiting for their turn in the background.
Well, the first model is a 28mm Draugr from Red Box Games, a really nice miniature and a poor tortured soul. He is The Loser in this entry, of course:
The figures from Red Box Games are really wonderful, fantastic and full of (small) details. I expect to paint many more of them during The Challenge despite the fact they need a lot of time to being painted. I have used some drops of "Realistic Water" from Secret Weapon Scenics in the base.
My idea is to use these figures with "Frostgrave" or "Open Combat".
The Gambler is my other figure in this entry. He is a 28mm Perry Miniatures AWI Rebel Officer, wounded but ready to continue the game.
This is a lonely painting commission for a friend.
And this is my small first entry worth of 10 points, I think. Great and very busy first two days of The Challenge.