My first post in this year, not much but something I like a lot, a miniature sculpted by Bob Murch back in those days as he was working for RAFM. Bob did some really amazing miniatures for them, I particularly love their Undead range which is full of gems like this one. Btw, It’s also… Read more »
When I saw these Eureka miniatures based on the art of Hieronymus Bosch and Pieter Bruegel, I immediately knew that I had to get them and that these would fit very nicely in Witchtown. So amazingly bizarre and quirky, they are really wonderful creations. The figures have been sculpted by Mick Darpa and there are more of… Read more »
For the third week of the LPL I’ve decided to go with some beastmen. They were waiting long enough for a paint job on my desk and I just was in the mood for some not-human miniatures. And I had a plan, I wanted to have something big and heavy in the middle of the scene… Read more »
Another Sunday after another round of Lead Painters League and I’m going to show you more pictures of my recent entry there. This time we go back to Witchtown, my beloved city of the Blessed, a quirky bunch of huts and streets, populated by not less quirky people. This time I’m going to introduce you… Read more »
It’s been a long time again since the last update, truly sorry for that. But believe me I was painting all the time very hard on a lot of themes. As you maybe have noticed, over there on Lead Adventure Forum the Lead Painters League started again, the Season 10, actually an Aniversary. So I… Read more »
Back from Greece, full of ideas and longing for some days of just painting. Since in the last weeks I’ve watched a few seasons of the TV show “The Walking Dead” I’m totally drawn into all things Zombies. For today three new ones, coming from the Mordheim pack, as far as I know, not more… Read more »
Since every town in a fantasy world needs some proper catacombs, just to provide an additonal battlefield for the evil guys, their minions and all the would-be-heroes, it’s been a matter of time before Witchtown opened the gates to an own dungeon. Okay, admitted, it also was a financial matter as I’ve been too lazy to build… Read more »
As I’ve mentioned and promised before, in my last post, today we are discussing about a particular species, namely Giants. I like giants, I’m sure I’ve told that to you and I like to paint them or just to have them. I’ve bought a lot of these big chaps in all the hobby years and if you want to… Read more »
Witchtown is proud to present another new building on the main street of the city! I’ve bought this scratchbuilded house ten years ago for my Mordheim gaming from Netterrain (http://www.netterrain.de/). It was unpainted, and I said to myself, one day I’m going to paint it, definitely… Many years went by..And some days ago I’ve found… Read more »
Westwid peasants, painted for LPL5:
Just painted that nice little barn. It’s from Hovels if I’m not mistaken. The figures are LAM and West Wind.
Ghouls on the cemetery of Witchtown..
Today a “rebased” update, my beloved Mordheim Ostlanders. I’ve painted this gang about 10 years ago (April 2001) and as you can see I did use some very bright colours on them. In those days I had got not too many colours, no splendid Vallejo palette, no amazing Foundry triads, only some GW and Pelikan… Read more »
The old Citadel duelist with a scale comparison pic (GW vs. Old Citadel vs. Bruegelburg) Sir Antipatius von Schwarzenkoppe, also known as Mad Gunman. Passionate duelist and ladykiller. Every city needs one, I’d say.
Baron Archipelagius von Hexenstein with retinue, one of the most famous adventurer of Witchtown, coming back from making a foray into the catacombs of Mordheim.