It’s not entirely dissimilar in layout to the classic silhouette of an OGRE. Which makes sense. As I noted on Twitter, this picture is insanely evocative of Gary Larson’s classic cartoon How nature says “Do not touch.” It’s like they had a contest.
UPDATE: My wife says It’s like Scooby-Doo meets Mad Max. …I married well.
Scenes from the Great Ogrethulhu miniature painting job. Marvel at my… unique… style of painting!
I said MARVEL! Damn your eyes.
Taste the rainbow, baby:
I thought that I was recreating the Vatican Guard; apparently, however, the upcoming rampage of Ogrethulhu and its minions will instead be opposed by the forces of Rainbow Sherbert. Continue reading My pathetic attempts to paint OGRE minis proceeds apace.
As all men know, thanks to the benevolent consideration shown me by my most excellent readers I was able to participate in Steve Jackson Games‘ OGRE Kickstarter to the point where I scored the game and a bunch of stuff besides. But with great wargames come great responsibility: since I asked for the game, and I was given it, I had darn well better play it. Properly. With all the respect that the allocation of large sums of money for a wargame deserves.
In this case: that means minis. Both the acquisition, and the proper assembly thereof. Continue reading Ogrethulhu Rising (Plus, new pledge drive).