Here we go again. This time we're looking at some of the miniatures Brent uses in the D&D games he runs. As an aside, Brent's article on painting Amon Ad-Raza was posted on the Blood Angels: by Jawaballs this morning.
I guess two years of near-constant Stalking Jawaballs (since 2009) worked out of for ol' Brent. He's probably giddy, the poor sap.
Still, I'll save my pity for his wife, Jennifer - she's long suffering, poor lady. If only I wasn't trapped in this digital landscape...
Lord but I'm already bored. So these were painted several years ago - you can tell by the lack of washes. Has anything changed painting quite so much?
If you're interested in hearing Brent drone on and on and on and on and on... man, the dude can run his mouth... about roleplaying and his take on it, check out today's Top X on the House of Paincakes. It should be up in a few hours.
I doubt I'll be bothered to update the link. I've got a real (digital) life... so to speak. This picture is as close as I get, if you follow my meaning.
Man, the bases suck! What was he thinking?
He doesn't paint many roleplaying aids - it's time away from painting armies, right?
Next up, Confrontation.
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One of the character models from a commission I'm working on for the Little Tim That Could Can.
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