These are continuing from an earlier post. I finished up a few more figures from my collection of HeroClix and some D&D Miniatures. I really like my Hellbeasts ... er ... Wargs ... er ... Dirgehounds. Yeah. Dirgehounds.
|Front. I added a different color ink wash to make the|
three distinguishable from each other. Actually, I think these
are part of the old Dungeons and Dragons Miniatures line.
|The backs. The spikes really stand out with a dry brush technique.|
|Front of the pack leader for the Dirgehounds. The little red dot is the exact front of the figure; I'm in process of play-testing some facing rules for MEST.|
|There's a total of 10 Dirgehounds. The pack leader and|
the second are the only two with horns or tusks.
|This is one of the many low-detail D&D Minis pieces and|
so I tried to build
up some of the niceties using layers of paint.
|Another low-detail piece from D&D Minis.|
|Elf Princess. Another cheap-o figure. I really should consider|
getting higher-quality figures. Nah. Wargaming on a budget.
|Ah! One of my favorite pieces. A Formorian Giant from|
D&D Minis. A standard 28MM figure is in the foreground.
I think the giant is about 3.5-inches tall.
|Here it is again. The bases is still wet and I'll need to dry-bush|
it to bring out the pebble details. I added lots of paint
layers to build up the surface of the giant.
|Another look at the kind of details I added like at the|
palm of the hand holding the petrified tree trunk mace.
|Final picture; this one for scale. The human-sized Hero Clix sword-elf|
at the front, left is a Reaper Bathalien, then the D&D Minis
"thingamajiga" followed by a D&D Minis Flesh Golem.