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  • Conan
    Core Box
    King Box
    Stretch Goals
    Collette guest box
    Parente guest box
    Vanir Valkyrie
    Kushite Witch Hunters
    The Black Ones
    Black Dragons
    Doors Pack
    Adventure Pack
    Yogath of Yag
    Brom guest box
    Art/campagn Book
    Book of Set
  • Mythic Battles: Pantheon
    God Pledge
    Bundle Typhon

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  1. ...and it's as bad as the previous version. My gaming group has been looking forward to this game, and we wanted to believe that you had learned the mistakes you made with Conan, but no, you still haven't. The English is unacceptably bad. Despite my professional's opinion expressed over the course of the last year, and several other people pointing out your mistakes - you have done nothing to fix them. I find this disrespectful towards the English-speaking community.
  2. Very nice. I love how your colors complement each other on Zelata's robes, and the shiny metal attracts the eye just well enough but not too much. The grass on the wolf's base looks kinda unnatural, and the wolf looks maybe a bit boring with just the one color, but it's perfectly serviceable on the gaming table.
  3. To continue with a long and proud tradition of these threads, I didn't see one for Valeria yet. Although the model's clothing isn't quite faithful to what Howard described in Red Nails, I tried to paint her colour scheme as closely as possible to her description. I had a lot of trouble figuring out the belts and buckles on her waist - astigmatism makes miniature painting kinda difficult...
  4. Ah, N'Gora. From a barely-mentioned minor character in a novella to one of the major players in the game. He's kinda cool. I'm not very experienced in painting dark skin; I only discovered a good recipe recently, too late for this fellow or my Picts. But it shall suffice.
  5. Zelata is really a very cool character despite her very brief role in the Hour of the Dragon. She's wise and mysterious with just a hint of hidden power. Camera wouldn't focus on the wolf's nose. Wolf was painted simply with several layers of washes over white basecoat. I like how well that worked out.
  6. Not much to say about him. Simple miniature, simple paintjob.
  7. Here's my "vanilla" Bêlit. Camera focus is a bit off from her face, and despite two attempts to straighten the spear it still looks like a banana. I painted the other Bêlits as well, will post photos of them later. I painted them all at the same time because I wanted a consistent tone for the ivory skin Howard describes in Queen of the Black Coast.
  8. Yep, something's wrong with the poor guy's face. That includes something extra in my photo of him, because theres no green stain on his face around his mouth in real life. I didn't bother painting any OSL effects for the fire - I'm not good enough with OSL to make it look "just right" so it's safer to leave it out.
  9. Here's my Conan. Decided to keep it simple.
  10. Dear Monolith, could you please tell us whether you're taking our feedback seriously? This ominous silence coming from you regarding the rules is making me uncomfortable.
  11. I must say I'm disappointed in you, Monolith. You told us you had learned from your errors with Conan, yet it seems writing and editing rules for your games is still low priority. Many people, myself included, told you back in March that you need to hire a professional proofreader/editor with native-level English and knowledge of games and their rules. This version of your rules shows that you did not. It boggles the mind that a multi-million dollar business can't spare a couple of thousand to get the rules of their game written by a professional. It's not too late yet. It's not good enough to let your players spot your spelling errors and point them out on the forums. The editing, language, terminology and general fluency still need work. Please hire someone who knows what they're doing and you may not need to make a second, revised printing after release like you did with Conan.
  12. Yeah, Citadel's shades are pretty good and easy to use, and they have a nice selection of colours as well. I use their purple to shade all sorts of things, including gold, skin colours and even yellows.
  13. I usually let the brush-on primer dry for an hour or so before painting on it, but you can probably start sooner if you need to. Me, I prefer not to rush. It's not uncommon for me to apply a quick primer on a model in the morning before leaving for work so I can start painting right away when I get back home. I think Strong tone is still best for shading yellow/orange, but you can dilute it with water for a softer tone if you feel it gets too dark as it is. You could also use any paint you like and dilute it into a wash consistency so you're not limited to just the shades you find ready in a pot. I use whichever plastic lids or disposable plastic spoons I have handy (or baking paper) as disposable palettes when mixing paints/washes.
  14. Are you referring to the big pot of quickshade where you dip your model, or the dropper bottle washes? I use the latter all the time, spread with a brush; the former tends to leave a too glossy and patchy result for my tastes. It's a nice, natural brown that can be used to quickly shade (ooh!) many colours, and if you're going for a quick and easy "one shade for them all" method, Strong Tone is among the best options there is. I painted my entire Conan King Pledge very quickly using AP's Strong Tone wash as a cheat for shading. For a more "artistic" result I tend to mix purples and dark turquoises into my shadows, but that's for painting contest stuff rather than board game pieces. And although I'm a bit late to the topic, I very much prefer Vallejo Model Air acrylic-polyurethane primers. You can actually use a regular paintbrush to brush them on your models (so you won't need an airbrush), and it's very fast because the primer is very thin compared to regular paints. I find it almost as fast to brush on the primer than to use a spray can - and if priming only one or two models at a time, brush-on primer is actually faster because then I don't need to set up my spraying box on the balcony and spend minutes dancing with the spray can shaking it. The acrylic-polyurethane has worked very well for both Conan and Mythic Battles: Pantheon miniatures. I usually prefer black primer, but you can use grey or even white for a brighter, more vibrant end result. I mix and match Citadel, Vallejo, Army Painter, Formula P3, Coat d'Arms and Reaper while painting - most paint brands have good stuff, and it mostly comes up to a matter of personal taste which brand works best for which task.
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