Here's where I'm going to show off my fantasy miniatures. Most of these are new and are for use in my on-going Black Hack FPG, the Chronicles of the Latter Days of Yarth.
I haven't painted many (any) fantasy miniatures for a long time so this first lot were bought in bulk from Alternative Armies and then sent of to Arthur at EZPainter to get them ready for the tabletop quickly. EZPainter prices are very reasonable and Arthur is very fast. There's 41 miniatures here and he took less than two weeks to finish them.
My campaign doesn't actually have hobbits or dwarves in it (or elves come to that) but I fancied having a complete generic set of RPG miniatures.
Another (final) batch of Alternative Armies miniatures painted to match the previous set by Arthur at EZPainter.
A band of GW goblins I bought painted off eBay (rebased by me).
Some excellent Claymore Castings medieval French that I bought off Keith Hunt who painted them. They'll make excellent town guards or hirelings.
Al Preuss whom some of you will know as deafnala on various forums very generously sent me some of his amazingly characterful hand crafted toadstool folk
A Denizen miniatures Snoopy and a GW miniature I bought to be Luther Arkwright.
Matakishi ad PEN.
A D&D fire elemental.
Two miniatures from Magister Militum. The hedgehog warrior is originally from the Dragonroar RPG range from Standard Games. The dinosaur I have no idea about. I bought both these at the 2019 UK Games Expo.
A lovely set of mutated peasants from Meridian Miniatures.
Some 3D printed resin witches I bought off eBay.
Skeletons from Skull and Crown.
Rabbits from Skull and Crown and their root god which is another 3D printed resin miniature.
Two owlbears. The one on the left is a Reaper Bones Black one and the other is a Nolzur’s Marvelous Miniatures one.
Some Redcap pixies from Lucid Eye.
Two leprechauns from Reaper Miniatures and Alchemy Miniatures.
A Reaper witch and a Hinchliffe cauldron.
Some more Reaper townsfolk.
A Reaper Bones Black roper.
A Reaper Bones valkyrie and three metal ladies.
Two Reaper Bones miniatures.
A Reaper Bones pack tortoise and handler.
A Reaper troll and a Bronze Age weretiger.
A selection of some of my old Mithril Lord of the Rings miniatures that I decided to strip and repaint.
Here I am waffling on about them.
More Reaper Miniatures. Some gladiators.
A madame and a pair of dancing girls.
Three giant bats.
A Bronze Age Miniatures Deathdealer.
Some plastic Games Workshop wraiths.
Some Arcane demons of Lust printed at 40mm. I've incuded the Reaper victim for a size comparison with anormal 28mm miniature.
Black Scorpion resin men fighting men.
Statuesque Miniatures lost toys.
More Reaper townsfolk.
A Dark Age gribbly.
Cauldron Born miniatures from Fenris Games.
These 54mm demons were sculpted by Mike Broadbent based on some of my drawings in the mid nineteen eighties.
Lucid Eye warrior ducks.
Some Games Workshop plastic push-fit skeletons.
The second set of Statuesque Miniatures' Lost at the Bottom of the Garden range.
Statuesque Miniatures' ghosts.
A Reaper bones troll.
A Wizzkids owlbear.
These ones were painted by me.
Poogie from Monster Hunter, a 3D printed pig.
A Rat King from Fenris Games.
A 3D printed rock snake.
A 3D printed giant gorilla. Knuum Gar, ancient spirit guardian of Knuum.
Two reaper miniatures flanking a Bronze Age Miniature. The wizard and the warrior woman have been sitting half painted on my table for several years. The barbarian has been unpainted for even longer.
Some 'vintage' Chronicle miniatures. The two on the left, Borin the Undiminished and the fighter were bought off eBay last year as part of a job lot. The two on the right, Troll and Beggar are repaints from the drawers of old miniatures.
October 2022. Another pair of Chronicle miniatures. A 'half-orc' who I've painted as a human because he doesn't look very orkish at all and a Chaos Dwarf who I used to own (painted in enamles) and who was one of my earliest D&D characters Havoc the Dog. Both of these were picked up from eBay.
My first painted miniatures of 2018 (apart from some scenery pieces). These little chaps are a set of Gnomes from Krakon Games.
More gnomes from a second Kickstarter.
Some Reaper civilians.
A Reaper gelatinous cube made from clear plastic on an 80mm base. Alice is from Westwind Productions.
The Yellow Sock, a Reaper miniature.
Some Black Tree Design Fish Men.
A Fenris furry nasty.
A Reaper water elemental.
A Reaper air elemental.
The Moon Man and the Boy in the Cauldron.
A Reaper worm.
Some Games Workshop zealots.
More zealots, including an addition to the set pictured above.
A pair of Vampires. The Nosferatu is from Lucid Eye and the feral, winged one is a Reaper Bones Black miniature.
Graven images 40mm mummies.
A collection of Reaper townsfolk.
Reaper Bones ogre and giant.
An old Grenadier statue/altar with some MDF steps.
An Alpha Forge pack beast. Currently available from Turnkey Miniatures.
The juggler is not a Lord of the Rings miniature but a Prince August fantasy miniature (same company, same sculptor.)
A pair of Reaper deep gnomes.
A Lucid Eye pixie.
A couple of Reaper Egyptian themed miniatures.
An arcane Miniatures giant bat demon.
I've repainted my Ral Partha and Grenadier elementals.
The third set of Statuesque Miniatures' Lost at the Bottom of the Garden range. Moon Wulfs and Sun Sprites.
A pair of 3D-printed giants. Normal 28mm miniature for scale.
A 3D-printed wizard's tower.
A set of Dixon Ninja.
Scenery and a matching creature from WilhelMiniatures.