Welcome to Craig's Wargaming Blog. Here you will find reports of games I have played as well as news about my current modelling and painting projects.
Cool. I've always had a soft spot for Gnolls (somewhere between the third and fourth ribs I belive).
They re a great low level creature to fight- always wanted some models and these ones are very nice.
Those look terrific; A nasty squad my players would not want to face. I like the variances in color schemes on the clothes and armor. So simple, yet for some reason the hardest part for me to do when painting minis. Also, I think I'm addicted to pictures of fantasy minis ...
Thanks Nils, it would be great if Reaper had 2-3 different poses for these ranges but the plastic is pretty easy to work with- even swapping the weapons helps give a bit more variety. I tried to use dull/muted tones with these guys and also used 2-3 different base co lours for their fur to give subtle differences in shading.The Reaper Bones are very good value, well sculpted and paint up very easily. I highly recommend them.Craig
Love the paintjob you did for the gnolls! Gotta agree with Nils. The variance in color scheme adds tot he dynamics of your gnoll squad. Neat stuff (:!