Monday, July 15, 2013

"Just passing through" (New dragon Brelath the cave dweller)

Brelath passed through the caves tunnels, it was time for another meal.  He would go out to the woods looking for some easy prey, a few deer would do nicely.  They were fairly plentiful this time of year and they did not fight back as much as his last meal had done, "stupid dwarfs" he thought, "what did they think was going to happen, trying to steal my treasure."  Approaching the cave entrance he thought "hmmm I'll leave a warning here maybe  this will stop them from bothering me" Now off to get some food.

Brelath is a cave dwelling fire breather who is rumored to have a large treasure horde, woe to those who try to find out.  As most dragons go and for one of his size Brelath would just like to be left alone more than fight, but fighting is not a problem for him either.  When he came across the dwaven thieves try to steal what is his,  they claimed that they were just passing through...then the crossbow bolts and spears flew at him. Well passed through they did and are now to be a warning for others.

Brelath started out as a Safari ltd toy dragon, a three headed fire dragon.  A few snips and some green stuff, a lick of paint and Brelath was born.The base is a wood disk with texture paste and cork pieces for the rocks. The small gift Brelath has left behind is texture putty and some plastic skeleton bits.  I really like working with these toys they paint up well and are really inexpensive.

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Wizards and henchmen

A few Wizards for my Dungeon adventurers Elf, Human, Dwarf from Reaper miniatures.  New headdress was made fro the Dwarf out of green stuff.

 Also from Reaper a Cleric and  Ramsey my cook(made from Reapers Thief set) with added Ax,fry pan big bag of food stuff and a lantern

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Bandits day out

Went a few weeks ago to this exhibit at the Boston museum of Fine arts. The whole place is wonderful(if you like art)The Samurai exhibit was incredible with some of the coolest helmets. My only problem was my camera died just as I got to that part, so I bought the book($55) that went with the exhibition(well worth the price)
This was my favorite helmet

My other favorite was some Greek Stamps and seals,they were about as big as your little finger with the most incredible engravings. So if you are in Boston till Aug 4th check it out
It was a great day