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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Biohazard troopers

Here's the whole biohazard squad painted up. I quick-painted these -- blocked in rough layers of color, threw on an ink wash, touch up here and there -- since these will be used for a boardgame and not for display. I'm glad to get them done; they had been sitting around for a while. They were also a nice easy break from doing the samurai.

I enjoy doing figures up for boardgames, even if some of those boardgames my friends and I only play once or twice a year. Speaking of which, give me a few minutes and I'll get pics of figures I've done for a couple other games ............. Done!

Here are some figures from Copplestone Castings Gangster range I painted up for Scotland yard:

And here are some figures I painted up for Kill Dr. Lucky. Figures here include the original limited edition Dr. Lucky figure, a bunch of limited edition figures from Foundry, and a dog from a blister of Reaper familiars:

So I guess that helps add to the satisfaction of finishing the biohazard troopers knowing I've added to my collection of boardgame figures. Hmmm, I wonder what other boardgames I have that need their pawns replaced....


  1. Doing some custom boardgame player pieces is a great idea! Awesome.

  2. Those look excellent mate, I especially like the biohazard troops. The yellow is perfect.