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We better still see some 15mm horses galloping around!

Cheers, though. These models look to be interesting.

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Thu Sep 26, 2013 11:31 am
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We better still see some 15mm horses galloping around!

Cheers, though. These models look to be interesting.


Of course, there will still be the usual battle reports and stuff revolving around Flames of War, By Fire & Sword and all other miniature games and board games that I play :)

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First two Clickers painted up, I'm focusing on the Clickers that are "bare metal" at the moment since I'm still waiting for my paintbrushes to arrive (I hope they will arrive today). I also specifically chose to paint these two up because the walker and the flyers are the most complex miniatures in the faction - the "robot-zombies" will be much easier to paint and are smaller.

You can see more pictures of both miniatures over at my blog:

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Next in line is the second flyer and the "naked" humanoid Clicker.

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Fri Sep 27, 2013 9:12 am
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Two more Clickers that I painted before the weekend, hope to have the final 4 "Infiltrator" humanoids finished early this coming week.

More pictures of these two and a group picture of all 4 painted so far can be seen on my bog:

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Sun Sep 29, 2013 9:20 am
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I painted up the last 4 Clickers yesterday, I had a head start on them since I finished all the metal areas earlier during the weekend while waiting for my Kolinsky brushes to arrive (they arrived this Monday YAY!).

Anyway, with these the Clicker faction is completely painted up. I had a great time painting them and love the miniatures. They have given me plenty of ideas for a Victorian take on "Terminator" will see if I do something with it.

More pictures of the Clickers on my blog (last 4 Clickers, along with a picture of the entire faction and a picture showing the degradation of the Clicker "infiltrator", from factory ready servant with synthetic skin to bare metal).

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Spent yesterday assembling and sculpting/converting a little on the Bedlam Brotherhood and the limited edition Nadezhda Durova mini. First of all I had bought the resin cobblestone bases specifically for the Bedlam Brotherhood and knew I would have to pin the models to the bases somehow. I did not have a pin vice, and they had been sold out in the brick and mortar store last time I checked so I was weighing my options when I remembered my dad has a power drill - going through his collection of drill heads I found one that was just slightly thicker than a paper clip. Amazingly enough it was both simple and fast drilling holes with the power drill, though you have to be very careful and drill slowly.

With the maniacs from the Bedlam Brotherhood Based, I resorted to re-sculpt the hair on Alice since I liked how she looked on the artwork - and while I was in sculpting/converting mode I also grabbed the Nadezhda Durova miniature and re-sculpted her the way I had imagined since I first saw the miniature on the Kickstarter page.

More pictures of both the Bedlam Brotherhood and Nadezhda Durova can be seen on my blog:

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Conversions! Always like those!


Wed Oct 02, 2013 4:43 pm
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First character from the Bedlam Brotherhood painted up, been looking forward to painting Alice since I saw the artwork back during the Kickstarter. As she is the centerpiece of the Bedlam Brotherhood gang and probably the most complex and time consuming miniature to paint I began with her. I'm confident the rest of the gang of murderous crazies will look great with her standing in the middle.

I tried out my idea of "crayon graffiti" on the asylum floor bases, I will make personalized doodles for each asylum inmate and in different colors to make the bases a bit more interesting.

More pictures of Alice and the cat can be seen over at my blog:
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Thu Oct 03, 2013 8:47 am
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Jesus Anatoli, you're going to blow the opponents warband away with this one. That Alice is gorgeous.

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Thanks Arba :)

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Patient "Eat my bear" from the Bedlam Brotherhood faction, one of the more unhinged minions I assume. More pictures of this stuffed animal gourmand can be seen over at my blog:
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This one doesn't have a nickname since he was not featured in the Bedlam Brotherhood artwork during the Empire of the Dead Kickstarter, but it's still a great model nonetheless. My goal is to finish the remaining 5 lunatics before the weekend. More pictures of this guy can be seen on my blog:

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Latest additions to the Bedlam Brotherhood, these go by the nicknames "Tank" and "Hat-man" on the kickstarter art.

Being big and bulky I figure they have a more prominent role within the faction than the smaller lunatics.

More pictures of these two, as well as a group picture of all my painted up lunatics ( I still have 3 Bedlam Brotherhood minis left to paint). I also wrote down a few speculations/predictions and ideas for the Bedlam Brotherhood and how they could work as a new faction in Empire of the Dead.

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Wed Oct 09, 2013 11:39 am
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Bedlam Brotherhood "Nipper" and "Parson" painted up, just one last lunatic left and this factions is finished.
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Last miniature to be painted, this one goes by the name of "Ninja Bob". Wasn't sure I liked the sculpt or not before I started to paint it, but it turned out to be real fun to paint. With this guy painted up the entire Bedlam Brotherhood faction is finished. Next up will be some individual characters.

You can see more pictures of Ninja Bob and a group picture of the entire faction all painted up over at my blog:

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Sat Oct 12, 2013 9:52 am
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I think Ninja bob might just be my favorite that you did.

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Thanks, yeah I think this one could be painted "straight" to look more like a proper avenger type character as well :)

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This is my heavily converted version of the Nadezhda Durova limited edition miniature that you get with the Requiem Kickstarter for Empire of the Dead. I wanted a more dynamic and combat ready pose, a slightly smaller pistol and I also wanted the hair to be closer to what it looks like on the artwork. So there was some chopping, greenstuffing and a weapon swap (from the EotD weapon sprue).

This is probably the first time I've made such extensive conversion work on a metal miniature, and I'm pretty pleased with both the conversion and the paintjob. I painted the model to match the artwork since I liked the colors.

More pictures of the painted model, and some WIP's over at my blog:

http://anatolisgameroom.blogspot.se/201 ... unter.html

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Besides... who doesn't love a girl in a hussar uniform? ;)


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Just a quick paintjob of the "Invisible man" miniature from the Empire of the Dead kickstarter range. Not much to say really, though I did have a hard time figuring out how to paint his clothes. In the end I picked a flower pattern and brown colors for the coat and grey pants and hat for contrast.

I will have a slightly longer weekend this week which hopefully means that I will be able to paint up both Lightning Jack and Tom Gaunt - love both minis!

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Tue Oct 29, 2013 6:46 pm
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Lightning Jack from the Empire of the Dead:Requiem range. Can't wait to use him on the table!
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Sat Nov 02, 2013 12:36 pm
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I don't think Anatoli should get praise for his painting anymore... he must have a sweat shop in his basment with hundreds of small children tirlessly painting away to produce works of art. TThere is no way in the time its taken me to NOT paint a single miniature that you could have painted all this, I don't belive its humanly possible. Thats my story and i'm sticking to it.

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he must have a sweat shop in his basment



That's just a persisting rumor :lol:

Though honestly, my painting time has plummeted since I my job. Very long days during the week as I have some travel time added to it. When I get home the clock is around 6PM and I'm quite beat. On the other hand the job has flexible work hours which means I can turn extra hours into free time. I already took a day off this Friday, but spent it on tinkering and playing with the newly purchased PS3 :D

Fortunately I have so much stuff painted up that I should be able to lean back and enjoy some more games. At the moment I'm eagerly awaiting the release of the Empire of the Dead: Requiem rules so I can play with the new factions and characters.

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I don't know if this is an original character or some obscure character from a book/comic - but I liked the sculpt and while I was painting it struck me that he would be perfect to use as a Victorian edition of Simon Belmont from the Castlevania games. The idea instantly sparked a Castlevania scenario with Gentlemen fighting to liberate a Vampire and zombie infested eastern European village. If I get around to run a demo of Empire of the Dead at a convention I will have to make sure to use that idea.

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My painting has significantly slowed down, and the hobby side of my life was killed off for a few weeks with my move to a new apartment and all that stuff - but now I have a 2 week vacation and hope to paint up some new minis.

So the first mini to be painted in my new apartment turned out to be a Polish TKS tankette in 1:72mm scale, one of two product samples from the Polish miniature line "First to fight" which focuses on the September campaign.

More pictures of the tankette and the review of the boxed set can be seen over at my blog:

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