The first couple are post-apocalyptic scenery items from ThunderChild Miniatures.
|I painted this vending machine in classic Nuka-Cola colours, but|
I wasn't brave enough to add a logo or anything. I really like the cartooniness
of it; it suits my painting style very well, and I was reluctant to mess it up.
|"Lazy Bones" here is a little clean for the apocalypse, but |
I liked the colour against the usual grey wash of the end of the world.
I also speed-painted these Reaper Bones skeletons. The bases probably took longer to make than the models took to paint. I know the paint jobs ain't fancy, and the models are not amazing, but the four models maybe took me an hour and you need a lot of skellies in a D&D game.
This Reaper Bones figure seems to represent a wave of skeleton bits rising from the ground. Does it represent a traditional D&D monster I'm missing? I quite like the idea; it'll turn up in my game either way.