So I was putting some Dullcote on my latest batch of painted miniatures, and when I look at them the next day, there's these little white specks on them all over the front! ARGH!!! I've never had that happen before - I've heard of other people having things like this happen to them, but never me. Oh well, I guess it was about time it happened to me. Anyways, I've cleaned them up a bit, but you can see some of the flecks still on the pictures.
This is one of the two Yeti that I like from Reaper - Yeti Warrior (14582). I painted him in a grey colour, mainly because I wanted him to blend in with how I painted my Copplestone Yeti a long, long time ago. I also figure that he would be grey/white to blend in with the snow and rocks in Tibet. The base is a 40mm Snow Terrain base from Model Display Products.
Here's a funny one - Reaper's Sasquatch (50011). I picked him up in case I wanted to run a bigfoot scenario, but based him in snow so he can stand in as a yeti in case of an emergency. The base is from the same company as the Yeti's above.
When I saw this guy, I thought he'd be perfect for a cultist assassin. It's actually Elnith, Astral Reaver Monk from Reaper (03540). I tried about five times to do the pentagram on his chest, but it ended up looking like a big red mess. I finally got it on the sixth try - it's not perfect but good enough to calm my anger! :-)
To continue on with my terrain trend - it's a tiki totem. I know it's the wrong geographic location, but I'll probably use it with my Amazon Indians. The tiki is from a game I came across at Barnes and Noble (when I was shopping in the US) called Big Kahuna.
There's lots of plastic tikis in the box, and I just based and flocked them on some MDF.
Sorry for the crappy miniatures this time, hopefully my spraying skills will return to normal next week...Pulp Figures!