Barring last minute submissions, this will be the last of our Monday posts, and we'll end with one of Adam's multiple entries
the darker blue lumps I think those are supposed to be boils filled with puss and blood. I made them darker blue... frozen puss and blood? Sometimes its just best to go with the fantasy setting and not think too much about it.
Next up is a Wraith knight a new creature from the Litch Lord expansion. Its another reaper model though I forget which one. Again doing undead that are incorporeal is a challenge but as this guy seemed more solid I did his, weapon, armor and scull as if they were solid
But the cloak and robs as if they were less so and more ethereal.. or that is what I was going for.
Finally we have a non-frosgrave figure Reapers Young Fire dragon. I painted this (the first of several) guy for my gaming friend Chris Rett who needs monsters for his kid friendly "monster hunt" Game at Huzzah. As the kids will get to keep what they kill we need lots of monsters and I was happy to help out with the painting.
I used three sades of red in total, and buff for the spines and a black wash as it just seemed like a better choice than a brown one. That should be 15 more points (they are 25mm scale) 10 of which go to the Frosgrave challenge.
These are great beasties for Frostgrave Adam. I really like the Troll, maybe he has mange or is following recent trends in bonds hair removal? And I and it best not to inquire too much about troll's skin issues. The blue skin is a nice touch. Great use of shading on the Wraith Knight and Dragon, and again I like the use of stones, something a young dragon might collect before moving on to gems and gold.
So summing up Adam's activity today 5 posts, 220 points with 160 counting towards the Frostgrave Challenge. That is to my mind a paint bomb, more impressive since only 7 figures were painted as a unit and the rest were all one offs. Let's see what PaulS and BillA have to say in response on tomorrow's postings.