CHAOS IN CARPATHIA, rise of the Vampires

Ahoy!

some time ago I started painting miniatures for a game called Chaos in Carpathia – http://chestofcolors.com/chaos-in-carpathia/

Although I still haven’t played any game with them, I just love the miniatures and it brings me tons of joy to paint them. This time I have painted some vampires.

Chaos in Carpathia, 15mm, Miniatures from Blue Moon Manufacturer
Chaos in Carpathia, 15mm, Miniatures from Blue Moon Manufacturer
Chaos in Carpathia, 15mm, Miniatures from Blue Moon Manufacturer

regards,

sea.man

Something worth fighting for – treasure markers

Ahoy,

in all games there is a objective to fulfill. In many cases our armies/ war bands fight for treasures. For this purpose I made those treasure markers.

Treasure markers
Treasure markers
Treasure markers
Treasure markers

Simple to create, I was just playing with bits from bits box and glued them on a plasticard. They come from companies:

thanks for watching,

sea.man

Saint Anna (fresco from Faras)

Saint Anna – Nubian fresco dating from the 8th to the first half of the 9th century, made with tempera on mud plaster in al secco technique. An anonymous work was found at the Faras Cathedral in former Nubia, Sudan today.

Inspired by a painter The Mad Hamster’s blog I decided to give myself a try and painting something completely new. Basically a simple freehand on a slice of onyx stone.

Progress

Saint Anne from Faras
Saint Anne from Faras

Saint Anne from Faras

 

regards,

sea.man