I'm writing some horror/Cthulhu role playing adventures so I'm also painting suitable miniatures and making suitable scenery.
I'm setting my adventures in the 1980s, a great decade for horror in both films and books, and I'm going to be using quite a lot of my existing miniatures.
Most of my games will be set around the British Isles and so there will be some anachronisms with the miniatures and scenery I use. For example, all my police are American but my police cars are 1970 British ones. Nevermnd, this will just add to the horror!
I'm going to be using a lot of miniatures from different eras. Here's Tintin and friends to start us off. They're available from 1st Corps.
Here are the chums facing down a Fenris Games Shub Niggurath. This won't end well.
The Yellow Sock (a Reaper miniature). This is a bit of a special character, more on her later.
Corto maltese from Northstar.
A whole slew of investigator and NPC miniatures spanning decades as far as style goes. Manufacturers include Reaper, ERM, Black Cat Bases, Grenadier, Alpha Forge and others.
Police from ERM.
The press. The first miniature is from Black Cat Bases, the other two are Future Wars miniatures from Grenadier, available from eM-4 Miniatures.
Normal people. Alpha Forge and and Old Glory.
Two Lovecrafts, Tolkein, Edgar Allan Poe, Peter Cushing (Dr Frankenstein) and the creature Adam. These are all from Bears Head miniatures.
Vagrants and cat ladies. Old Glory, Black Cat Bases, Alpha Forge and Reaper.
H.P. Lovecraft and Charles Forte from Black Cat Bases.
JuJu Men from 4A Miniatures.
Inventors. The centre one is from Artizan Designs, the other two are from Black Tree Design.
Nuns from Reaper and Lucid Eye.
Street level heroes from Reaper and Studio McVey.
Human and not-so-human, monstrous both inside and out.
Here are some lovely cultists from Dark Art Studios, they only cost £1.00 each!
Here's another lot summoning a Fenris Games Hastur.
Baby Kade and some Zombiesmith children.
Ash and some other guys.
Clowns are evil. I sell these in my shop.
Occultists from Harwood and Lucid Eye.
Lucid Eye miniatures.
Copplestone evil masterminds given to me painted by Pete from TAG on my 50th birthday (2011).
Also from Fenris, this is a Gnoph Keh.
Some Black Tree Design fish men that I'm going to use for Deep Ones.
A 3D printed Flesh Cube.
Some Lucid Eye miniatures I'm going to use as ghouls.
A Strange Aeons spider-eye-ballsack thing
Reaper flesh golem
GW Ur-Ghuls and an Avolock Castings Y'golonac.
An OOP Pardulon Humvee variant for the good guys.
Some Fenris Games body bags.
This is a rather nice Cthulhu based on Lovecraft's sketch. The STL file is available on Thingiverse.
He took just over seven and a half hours to print and cost £2.28.
Another Fenris piece.
Some Fenris giant grubs and their mother.
A 3D printed statue available here.
Reaper doctor and nurse.
Ghostly firemen (needed for a particular scenario).
Some Lucid Eye groovy investigators.
A Prince August yuppie and a Reaper Gypsy woman.
Hasslefree's Scooby Doo gang (not painted by me).
Lots of random Hasslefree civilians (not painted by me).
Various police (also not painted by me).
Living firemen for a particular scenario.
Westwind French civilians to be general passers by.
A motley selection from different manufacturers; Prince August, Artizan and Lucid Eye.
Street clutter and homeless people from TT Combat.
Assorted serial killers and mutants from Reaper and others.
A Reaper nun and a Hasslefree Libby fight off some spiders.
Ainsty's wicker man.
Rafm Great Race of Yith
Jim Dandy and his droogs, known and feared by all as the JIm Dandy Malchicks. These are Lucid Eye miniatures.
Reaper Dark Young of Shub-Niggurath.
Two Rafm heroes.
Pardulon mortuary worker.
Black Cat Bases ghouls being used here as Tcho-Tcho.
Reaper stitch golems.