I've been hobbying steadily but I've been super-slack about posting stuff on line lately.
I wanted to wrap up (and show) the last of the stuff I painted the last week or so with the goal of setting a clean slate for 2016. My hobby focus has been on Frostgrave since I got back from B.C. and I'm starting to look at what I'm painting as possibly supplementing a D&D or Pathfinder game in the near future.
My friend Stan and I are trying to get all the scenery and models done that we need to play through Thaw Of The Lich Lord. The next scenario on the schedule (we've already played through the first two) involves four cultists defending a broken down cart filled with their loot. Sticking with my traditional lack of attention to detail I picked up a scenery pack for Malifaux with a broken down cart....not realising I had already bought one, so now I have two for when I need some extra scatter terrain for Malifaux.
One of the elements that is different with Frostgrave from a traditional fantasy skirmish game is that as warbands snatch treasure it can attract wandering monsters which function independently of the players' forces. I have a fairly extensive collection of 'classic' fantasy gaming monsters however there are some uniquely Frostgrave critters I wanted to add to my collection. To that end I got some Constructs (basically magic powered robots) which I thought were great because they broke with the traditional steam-punk look of most fantasy robots as well as a Snow Leopard and Ice Toad which basically call out that we're not playing in Middle Earth or The Forgotten Realms.
I finally got around to replacing my Bretonian Men-At-Arms figures with some proper Frostgrave soldier models.
In addition I've rounded out my force with a wizard (Malbeth The Seer from GWs Lord Of The Rings line) and apprentice (Bretonian plastic from Warhammer). Eventually those figs will also be replaced but for now they are my Thaumaturge and Apprentice.
Last but not least I touched up and rebased Boromir (again GWs Lord Of The Rings) to use as my knight.
For the first time in a few years I also got some models for Christmas so 2016 starts now!