It’s really refreshing to try something new, my choice went for 15mm miniatures from Blue Moon Manufacturing . The made a game called Chaos in Carpathia. The producer describes this game as …
Chaos in Carpathia (CIC) combines fast-paced,
skirmish-level miniature-battle action with a detailed
campaign system. The game is designed to simulate
clashes between men and monsters in the Victorian era.
Following in the tradition of classic tales like
Dracula, the Werewolf, and Frankenstein, CIC allows
players to fight epic battles pitting heroes against
Here is some progress I am making on painting my little, 15mm war bands. So far I’ve got some vampire slayers and werewolves ready. Next will be vampires and zombies.
This is my first miniature in 2015. A very small experiment with purple skintone on a small nymph from Hasslefree Miniatures.
This little beauty was on my pile of lead for about 6 years and I didn’t have how to use her. But as soon as I got into possesion of this rock with cristals in it I kwen that she would suit there, as if she was in her own cristal cave.
My goal was to paint purple skin and try to blend the layers as smoothly as I can. I think that there is still potential for me to improve when it comes to smoothness. I didn’t use any midtones, probably now it’s too late for them, but maybe you’ve got some ideas what colors should I use?
And so the undead army raises! I have finished painting two Vampire Counts characters – Krell and a extra Necromancer. There is never enough of those 😉
You can see more from my von Carstein’s Vampire Counts here. Currently I have painted about 3000 points, most of them are characters so I will have to finish some units soon to make the army playable.
Krell is of course from Games Workshop and the girl is from Anima Tactics – a very nice and fast miniature to paint. And since there is an invasion of dragons here at Chest of Colors, I had to start paint one on my own. It a wyvern I know, but still it is a dragon like creature 🙂