Of Mice, Mystics and Speed Painting...

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Eilif
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Of Mice, Mystics and Speed Painting...

Postby Eilif » Tue Nov 21, 2017 10:29 am

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After sitting on my bench half-finished -as so many projects seem to do- I finally finished off my Mice and Mystics core box miniatures. These are all based on slottas with the Death Ray Designs card base toppers that I reviewed a while back. I used my usual fast-painting method of all basic block paint jobs with a Minwax Polyshades dip and just a touch of dry brushing here and there. I missed a few mold lines that I can see now and for some reason my matte varnish refused to go totally flat finish. Overall though I'm happy with these ...

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Re: Of Mice, Mystics and Speed Painting...

Postby Chivenger » Tue Nov 21, 2017 11:11 am

Next time we have some time, I would be very curious to try this game. I thought about it many times and never pulled the trigger on it.

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Re: Of Mice, Mystics and Speed Painting...

Postby timlillig » Tue Nov 21, 2017 11:35 am

These look good, Karl.

I have also been wanting to paint up some board game figures lately. I have the heroes for Zombicide Black Plague and all of Heroquest in my sights.

Mice and Mystics is a pretty good game. i played through the first scenario once.
-Tim

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Of Mice, Mystics and Speed Painting...

Postby Eilif » Wed Nov 22, 2017 6:09 pm

Thanks Guys,
Maybe we can play it on an off-night sometime. The rules look quite easy, and the story seems well done.


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