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  1. I've recently started painting Malifaux models, and now I've finally finished some! First out, the Judge. I didn't really like the "official" look with a brown leather coat, so I decided to try a red one. It brings my mind to the Spanish Inquisition, English judges' robes and Alucard from "Hellsing". And all those things fits perfectly for a undead-hunting judge. Having the entire cape plain red got a little bit boring though, so I added some freehand to break it up. I also think it makes him look more special. And Captain Dashel. With this model I wanted a more practical and down to earth colour scheme. And I also wanted his colours to repeat on the guardsmen models. And finally two riflemen. They seem to work well with Dashel. I definately wanted some kind of uniform for my guardsmen models. Dark blue seemed like a good colour. Although it is not visible on these photos, the inside of the coat is light brown, to bring some contrast. The only thing I'm not quite sure about is the green pants. I was thinking about making them grey, but then the models would have very little colour on them. And I still like the green pants on Dashel.
  2. Malifaux is a great game and it motivated me to pick up my paintbrush again and again this year. Here are my first two painted crews. I hope many more will follow.
  3. Hello there! It's been a little while since my last Malifaux battle report, it's been awhile since I recorded a game too. That said, I finally completed a battle report for Malifaux that's been sitting on my to do list for quite a while. The game is a bit older, but I think it turned out interestingly enough to warrant the editing and effects. So check it out if you have about forty minutes to spare =) edit: Fixed the YouTube link.
  4. Sandmann

    Sandmanns painted stuff

    Newish player here! Coming from Warhammer via Infinity and for some time now, playing Malifaux with a few friends - for whom I also paint stuff. Feel free to comment and criticise - I'm always happy to find ways to become a better painter First off: Ressers - the McMourning starter, painted for a friend.
  5. 2D6

    2D6's Guild

    I've been wargaming a long time, just started up Malifaux this year, It's gotten back into painting, as I much prefer painting a series of individual characters over 40 generic warrior types. First up the top dogs of clan Ortega. Yes I know Francisco looks like captain hook..
  6. Dear folks, new Malifaux player from Germany here. I have recently purchased my first crew and thought I'd share my minis with the public as I go along. Feedback and criticism are more than welcome, as I am new to miniature painting (this is my sixth miniature total). There you go... Cheers!
  7. Impact UK

    Lucius & His Must Have Mimic

    So I have been playing a bit of Lucius in Guild and throw it would be nice to through in a couple of out of faction Mimic’s into the lists just for fun (ok maybe that’s a bit of a lie, probably looking more for models that look cool). Obviously you have the Doppelganger but I am rather underwhelmed with the model (any cool ideas on how to kit bash this would be appreciated) so what other things go well with the masked man.
  8. oxazejam

    Guild commission blog

    Hey everyone. Recently got a Malifaux commission from a friend, which is a bit of a break from usual GW stuff I do. He collects Guild as far as I understood, and the first batch I've chosen was The Latigo Posse. I was asked to do a bit of Dia de Muertos theme, and as I can't sculpt my options were limited to painting. I've settled for simple face make-up and colour choices because of time restraints. I've uploaded individual photos to my Flickr page: https://www.flickr.com/photos/oxazejam/albums/72157665974425119 Any feedback would be much appreciated. Next 2 miniatures I'm currently prepairing are Abuela Ortega and Peacekeeper, both in plastic.
  9. So I’ve just started this wonderful game - and now I’m finally ready for my first fight. I’ve gone with the Ortegas and tried playing around with still water fix for a swampy theme.
  10. pjs

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  11. Shock & Awe

    Vintage Sonnia.jpg

    From the album: Putting Paint to Plastic

  12. sockwithaticket

    sock's forays into Malifaux.

    I have an ever growing Space Marine army that I love, but every now and then I just want to paint something different and recently I decided to take the plunge into Malifaux. I've admired many of the models for a while and purchased a fair few Guild miniatures but have started off with Tuco, one of the Neverborn iirc, because he has a cowboy vibe that I dig as a big Deadwood and Justified fan. For some reason the highlighting on the boots hasn't shown up in the photo even though it's there in real life and the black to grey transition on his top coat isn't quite how I'd like it. Other than that I'm pretty happy with him. I've followed him up with a Witchling Stalker because they are fun little models. I bought the Torch and the Blade crew set when it came out and I've been trepidatious about tackling such finely detailed miniatures with painting skills that, while ok, are best suited to painting my marines, but we've all got to start somewhere I decided to tackle a Witchling Stalker first of all; it seemed a little less dainty than the humans and the Purifying Flame model. Here are the results: I must have ended up using half a bottle of vallejo matte medium in my paints for this guy, shaken bottles 'til my arms were sore and brushed on some matte varnish over the robes and still couldn't get rid of some of the gloss finish from the Vallejo Game Colour paints that went into the robes. Contrast that with the Reaper paints I used on the exposed hands and Scale 75 I used for the face mask; I'm going to be replacing some of my paints with ones from those ranges. Other than the slightly glossy finish I'm happy with him. Tried somenot quite layering and not quite blending on the robes which produced satisfactorily smooth transitions and generally tried to avoid the kind of high contrast edge highlights that my Marines have. I chose the skin to be very pale as not only does it make for a nice contrast but it would make some sense of why the little fellow is so covered up. My Malifaux basing theme is of an underground desert temple/shrine, inspired by the interiors of Imhotep's tomb in the film The Mummy (yes the Brendan Fraser one...). Can't decide if I prefer the grey rim for the base or if I should go back and do it brown like with Tuco. Thanks for looking, comments appreciated.
  13. Ahoy! Very recently, my friends and I discovered Malifux and after pretty much falling in love with the aesthetics and mechanics of the game began collecting and playing. With a handful of games under our collective belts, many miniatures are getting painted, rivalries are beginning to develop and inter-faction plots are starting to form. With that in mind I thought it would be fun to detail our triumphs and failures, our victories and defeats and our painting progress for all and sundry to critique and enjoy as we explore the city. I hope that my fellow Newbies will follow me in this endeavour as we post battle reports, pictures of beautiful new miniatures and in-character banter on these forums. As our games progress I hope to cobble together some sort of narrative campaign structure which I will also post if there's a demand. The four of us are still very new at this so any and all help/tactics/advice would be greatly appreciated, and try not to laugh too hard as fate kicks us in the ass over and over again Without further ado I shall introduce the players so far: Swiglitz (me): Playing as Ressers with Dr. Douglas McMourning, Nicodem and Yan Lo. Vaiuri (lovely and talented): Playing as Guild with Lady Justice, Sonnia and Perdita (and maybe Lucas McCabe). Shadowfane (cunning and deadly): Playing as Neverborn with Lillith, Pandora and Jakob Lynch. Suvalas (patient and thoughtful) Playing as Outcasts with Misaki and the Viks. Please feel free to have a gander at our painting logs too over here: Vaiuri: http://wyrd-games.net/community/topic/101019-vaiuri-paints-malifaux/ Shadowfane: http://wyrd-games.net/community/topic/100761-shadowfanes-random-models/ Suvalas: http://wyrd-games.net/community/topic/101347-suvalas-small-scale-showcase/ Swiglitz: Coming soon (honest!) Guild (vaiuri) vs. Outcast (Suvalas) battle Report: http://wyrd-games.net/community/topic/101105-a-transcredible-battle-report-or-something/ With more to follow. I hope you enjoy our transcredible exploits, see you soon!
  14. Hello Everyone! Like my friend Shadowfane, I have just gotten my first few games of Malifaux under my belt. I've opted for Guild, although I have already paintd some 10Thunders models as a random project. I thought I would share them here in the hopes that it will motivate me to finish what I have started! Please add comments and recommendations, I'm trying to get my head around painitng such beautifully detailed models, sometimes I think I take short-cuts just to get something looking finished! My first Malifaux mini, an Oiran. A bit dark, so I shall try get some better photos! Shang (Misaki is on the way!). I wanted to try my hand at 'realistic' flames. On a model who is nothing but fire I was a bit daunted by it, but I'm quite happy with the way he turned out. The flash is a bit bright (I have some work to do on my picture-taking it seems!), but it kinda helps him shine. And finally, my current project, Lady Justice. I got a bit excited with the tiny leaves, I really wanted to get a sense of movement to the model (the hair alone should do that, right?!) and have had this little box of maple leaves begging to be used, so I thought she was the perfect model to try them on! These seems to be a horrible dark bit on the side of her face which I'm going to look at this evening, I hadn't noticed it until I took the photos As our adventures in Malifaux continue, I hope to be adding much more to this post - so keep checking back! Thanks for looking, V
  15. TheEmptyRoad

    Starting Guild, Picking a Master

    So before I do a test run of some Guild Masters at my FLGS tomorrow I’d like the Bureaucracy’s take on it. The ones I’m looking at are: Lady J, Hoffman, and Sonnia Some models I’ve bought already just to have some extras that I like the look of and how they work: Sue, Exorcists, Sanctioned Spellcasters, Allison Dade, and the Brutal Emissary. Thanks in advance
  16. Burnin' Coal

    Patti Ramone

    From the album: Burnin' Coal

  17. Burnin' Coal

    Patti Ramone

    From the album: Burnin' Coal

    Painters Challenge February 2018
  18. Burnin' Coal

    WIP Painters Challenge Feb 2018

    From the album: Burnin' Coal

    Painters Challenge February 2018
  19. jchrisobrien

    No House Calls - A McMourning journal

    No House Calls This is my second thread chronicalling my return to the Guild in GG 2018. I've been playing Malifaux for three years (ever since the Great WHFB Migration of 2015) and enjoy casual and comeptitive games. I started with Guild, had a brief flirtation with Outcasts and Ressers, but with the release of the Wave 5 models and GG 2018, I'm coming home to Guild. I found McMourning pretty underwhelming when I first acquired him, but with all of his new hiring options I was keen to try him again. Vs Reva 50 SS Symbols of Authority, standard deployment Punish the Weak, Inescapable Trap, Hold Up Their Forces, Search the Ruins, Public Demonstration McMourning - Test Subjects, Plastic Surgery, On the Clockilhim Amina Naidu Executioner - Ready to Work Mounted Guard Razorspine Rattler Scorpius Nurse Zombie Chihuahua 2 SS cache Reva - (not sure, but definitely the one that prevents you from preventing/reducing damage) the Forgotten Marshal Jaakuna Ubume 2 Dead Doxies 2 Shieldbearers 2 Crooligans How it Went Down: McMourning, the Rattler, and Scorpius ran towards the left and center Symbols. McMourning focused on punishing minions while the Scorpius and Rattler picked up two Symbols. A group of his models staged a Demonstration on McMourning, then went about trying to score models. I was holding up his forces but Reva was removing a model around. I sent the Mounted Guard and Executioner in on a cavalry charge against her, but the cards didn't go my way, and she killed them both. The Rattler was very close to claiming the third Symbol, but a failed Hazardous Terrain via Jaakuna brought him down. Final Score: McMourning 6 (Symbols 3, Hold Up 2, Punish the Weak 1) Reva 7 (Symbols 3, Public Demo 3, Punish the Weak 1) Report Card: McMourning: (B) I was super excited to try McMourning with his new hiring pool. His various attacks helped kill a few enemy models and heal himself, but Reva puts out a colossal amount of damage that you just have to take. His injection was very useful for getting models up the field, and I planned on using his ability to make modles take Interact at range, but didn't get the chance. I like the idea though! Amina Naidu: (C) She was an early victim of Reva, but she got to use a few of her triggers and defensive abilities. I want to use her more because I believe she has a lot of potential. Executioner: (C) He tagged along with the Mounted Guard to try to take down Reva, but my opponent had higher cards so I missed completely. Then she killed him. I want him to do more work for me, but he is often targeted early and folds surprisingly easily. One day he will shine! Mounted Guard: (C) I was psyched to pull off a cavalry charge with him on my first use, and on a dramatic charge against Reva herself! I pulled off the For the Guild trigger to let the Execution chain activate, but we didn't do the kind of damaged I wanted. He's a fast model, and he can charge models near a Symbol and drag someone along to claim it. Scorpius: (B) I get a lot of mobility out of him, especially if he Creeps Along and gets Injected. He also caused a few models to become Slow when McMourning poisoned them. This model is basically an in-joke with some friends of mine, but my paint job came out really nice and he does synergizee with McMourning, so he stays for now. Nurse: (A) The nurse died fairly quickly thanks to Jaakuna and soem Doxies, but before she died she made my scorpius extra fast and Paralyzed two models. I don't notice the SS increase because several other models I used had a decrease. Models like... Razorspine Rattler: (A) The rattler was awesome in my game. Slither let me attack a doxy that I didn't have LoS to, and his built in trigger pushed me around and out of combat, freeing me to make a dash for the last Symbol. He may not be a great model, but he's really cool and he did some work for me. Zombie Chihuahua: (F) He moved up and was squashed by Reva. No impact! It's hard to pass on that cheap activation though. Strats and Schemes: Both of us ended up removing two Symbols and protecting one. I've played this a few times, and I've had the most success by bascially giving up one of the side markers and clustering around the other two, while sending models towards any undefended points. I should have taken another beater Hen chman if I wanted to score Punish the Weak. I did have the minions to pull off Public Demonstration, which is pretty easy to score. Hold Up Their Forces worked fine, lots of models have to be close to each other for various abilities, so it's easy to tie up two enemy models with one of mine. I will likely drop the Mounted Guard and Executioner next time out, though they could still be useful for Ours and capturing a quarter. Thanks for reading!
  20. Although the starter set are all mercenaries my lady and I are sticking with Guild and Neverborn so we get an idea of how new characters will change our games...so...is there a list of mercenaries anywhere ?...or do we have to trawl through the books ? Many thanks
  21. ArD

    Mechanical Trio

  22. Impact UK

    Avatar Sonnia Criid

    Our gaming group is all set to begin a Shifting Loyalties campaign at the end of February and I thought instead of just transferring my master onto a 50mm base it would look fare better to have an actual Avatar model. Over hear in the UK they are a little hard to come by and those that do pop up on ebay etc I am just not willing to pay the price people are asking. So being tight fisted as I am it is time to set to and make one for myself, picked up one of the old metal Sonnia models at a reasonable price and raided the shops sprue boxes for anything with flames on. This is my progress so far, any hint or tips are more than welcome.
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