Fantasy terrain stuff

Here is something for fantasy gaming – resin walls from Ristuls Extraordinary Market that I bought some time ago. They’re part of their Old Stone Wall Terrain set. IMHO the walls could be a little higher, but overall they’re OK. Painted fast and easy way: base + wash + drybrush, but the effect seems enough for the stuff that is just a background for your minis 🙂

I’m rather poor photographer, so here are pics on white background and in more “natural” surrounding (game mat).

WallsOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Walls

I also painted medieaval/fantasy shed made of resin (2 pieces – base with walls and roof). I don’t know the manufacturer – I bought it from second hand already primed. It had quite many air bubbles to fill, but once I did that, the painting was easy part. I used yellow and brown tones, suitable for wood and hay. After painting I put some static grass and various trash to make it look more natural.

Shed
Shed
Shed
Shed

The miniatures shown for scale are Red Box Games ones – they are closest to 28mm scale.

It was quite a fun painting something different than usual.

Urania, the muse

You may know Urania as a muse. The patron of astronomy according to ancient Greek mythology. And this was the way she was depicted as a miniature from Dark Sword Miniatures.

Painting her as a beautiful woman with astronomer’s instruments would be way too obvious and too easy, so with one general suggestion to “give the globe a baleful glow” I turned her into something like this:

Urania, the muse
Urania, the muse

She keeps her astronomer’s tools and star-covered surface of her dress reminds of the original concept but the glow of her globe reveals a totally different aspect of her nature…

Now here’s the original artwork. Don’t you think it would be too obvious to follow this direction? 😉

Urania, the original artwork
Urania, the original artwork

Princess Malya and Mr. Tomn

Here are the pictures of Soda Pop Miniatures’ Prince Malya model I’ve done few months ago.

Princess Mayla and Mr. Tomn
Princess Mayla and Mr. Tomn

I was asked to possibly stick to the climate of the original boxart. Fortunately the only demand was painting style not the colors as the original model was pink. Whole… I had a lot of fun painting this model, it was a nice change after painting a bucket of GW models.

Princess Mayla
Princess Mayla

The only thing that still bothers me is – what did this rabbit eat or smoke?

Mr. Tomn
Mr. Tomn

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