It’s been a while since I’ve posted but I’ve finally gotten off my posterior and put together some content. I think we can all agree it’s been a weird year and I’ve been lucky enough to be able to catch up on some painting.
I’m still working away on MCP figures and guides during our strange year, as well as articles for Tabletop Gaming Magazine.
My latest painting guides for the Black Order are up and you can find them below…
I’m working my way through the rest of my collection, up to the X-Men at the moment, and I’ll have guides up for a lot of those soon! Take a look at some of the ones I’ve finished…
Why not also take a look at the latest batch of MCP minies I painted up for a guide in this month’s TTG. It’s a few I’ve already done, but it was interesting to have another crack at them. Next time I’d love to try out some alt colour schemes.
Onto even more Marvel Crisis Protocol miniatures, and this batch includes some of my favourites!
First up is a truly Incredible miniature…
A truly huge and wonderful Hulk! This guy is awesome and plastic!
I really took my time on this one, as Hulk is one of my favourites, but also it’s a centre peice model. If you include him in your force, he will draw the eye everytime.
And then there is the sinister Venom..
Seriously! Atomic Mass Games is knocking it out the park with these sculpts!
Like many, Venom is a favourite villain of mine and this mini does him justice, and luckily his rules do too.
A big floating head! Honestly, I dont know all that much about M.O.D.O.K, and he feels a bit over the top. Although I did still love painting him and he has become a firm favourite when playing the game.
All in all a great batch of miniatures, and it has to be said some of the best plastic kits in the market outside GW for quality and dynamic poses.