Don't have any other minis near completion, so today's a WIP day. On top of that, a cheapo airbrush has entered the battle, and looks like it'll do fine for hosing on primer and maybe doing a zenithal and base coat sometimes.

In any case, here's WIP shots of Meathook the Gnoll Butcher and Grub's Hub, sans Grub for the moment, who is also primed and ready for painting.

"You own my lamp," the genie said, "and so I am obliged to offer you a wish."
"Are there any restrictions?"
"Only one. I can only fulfill wishes you will regret making."
"Well, that's simple. I wish you were free."
"That wish... I can grant."
#MicroFiction #SmallStories #TootFic

"Oh dear, you have a lot of... things."
The cyborg looked up. "The word is prosthetics."
"So much machinery. Don't you worry you will stop being human?"
"Oh, there is a line I will not cross."
"What line is that?"
"I will not question another person's humanity."
#MicroFiction #SmallStories #TootFic

A crow ranger riding an owlbear, from Goon Master Games.

This was an experiment in speed paints (the rider and gear) and doing things similar to speed paints using acrylics + stuff (the owlbear).

Base is made using the Basius "Forest" pad.

Did some rework this morning, I think this is about as final as it's going to get. I should probably not burn a bunch of money on a camera just for photographing miniatures, but I'll probably end up doing it eventually anyway.

Mik'e the Irritated Tortle, by Bite the Bullet.

Still working on slides, just not streaming it. Too exhausted/tense to stream. But for longtime fans of my talks... this talk marks the triumphant return of Noodles.

A couple WIP shots, progress is going to be slow, as I am working on a Project that is consuming my hobby time.

pirates are OURS and you cannot make a story about the fucking toadies who went after them (and got betrayed by the king for it because of course) and expect me not to spit three times on the floor

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absolutely violated by someone putting in all the work to make a pirate game set in 1715 but to make it about the "bold and determined men" who hunted pirates in which you can pressgang people "if you're feeling piratical", like pressganging isn't the exact way most people ended up in the navy and took to piracy to escape

Dapper knight and adventurer, Sir Bearington enters the battle, pictured here having scared the wits out of an observant young messenger who was delivering yet another love letter from a noble lady.

Mini by Twin Goddess:

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