Another mix of recently painted minis for me to showcase today. I've not had a greatly productive year so far on the painting front if I'm honest, I'm getting a few bits and bobs done, like those shown below, but no projects getting completed or even that many actual units (although there is one of those below), on the plus side I'm still getting a lot of games in, I suppose you can't have everything.......
Starting today with these Masai villagers from wargames foundry. These were an xmas present from my sister (along with some Masai warriors) and are a welcome addition to my growing 'Darkest Africa' collection.
This is an interesting mini, from the dawn of Warhammer 40K, a 'Sensei'. These are the immortal sons or descendents of the Emperor and are invisible to physic powers, the Inquisition naturally see them as a threat.
An actual unit with gaming purposes now, 10 Nurgle Plaguebearers, which will see use in Warhammer fantasy, Warhammer Quest and potentially KIngs of War. I'm always apprehensive of painting daemons, especially the skin ones, but I think these came out OK in the end, they still look a little to clean though and not disgusting enough.
Below are a couple more plague spreaders, but this time for the Skaven.
Finally we have this 'Lizard Sorcerer' from the old Darkworld boardgame. He's not the greatest mini but is being added to my Warhammer Quest collection to act as a stand in for a Liche.