SDE: Stilt Town Zombies

So as a break from painting so many Emperor’s Children Space Marines for Horus Heresy I thought I would paint up the Stilt Town Zombies set for Super Dungeon...

SDE: Tabbybrook Mage and Twilight Knight...

Another two hero models from my Super Dungeon Explore: The Forgotten King collection: The Tabbybrook Mage and Twilight...

SDE: Deeproot Wolf Rider and Thundervale Huntress...

A couple more models from my Super Dungeon Explore collection are these heroes. The Deeproot Wolf Rider and the Thundervale Huntress are two of the larger heroes in the game and were quite fun to...

SDE: The Forgotten King

So here he is, The Forgotten King himself, the dungeon boss for Super Dungeon Explore: The Forgotten King. Instead of my usual layer technique that I’ve used on a lot of these models I went for a more traditional paint job with smoother transitions via my...

SDE: Bashful Boris

So I took a bit of a break from Age of Sigmar painting to get some more of my Super Dungeon Explore models painted. The first of these is Bashful Boris....

SDE: Fae Alchemist and Wandering Minstrel...

Another two heroes for Super Dungeon Explore the Forgotten King. As much as I am loving the SDE miniatures, The Wandering Minstrel is one model in this set that I really dislike. His pose really makes him look a bit silly and he is leaning over slightly which makes it look even worse. He’s a character I certainly wouldn’t chose to use in a game based on looks....

SDE: Kunoichi Candy and Royal Warden...

Here are a couple more completed miniatures from Super Dungeon Explore: The Forgotten King. They are Kunoichi Candy and the Royal...

SDE: Brave Mode Candy and Mistmourn Shaman...

I’ve been working on a few more hero models from Super Dungeon Explore The Forgotten King. Here we have Brave Mode Candy and Never Lost Cola as well as the Mistmourn Shaman. As with all my my SDE models I have kept the paint scheme fairly simple on these...

SDE: Billmen and Frog Knights...

It’s very easy to just want to paint all the heroes from this set like I did with the original Super Dungeon Explore game but I thought I would paint the enemies from the quick start guide to go with the heroes I have already painted. These four billmen and two frog knights are identical models painted exactly the same in true retro video game...

SDE: Princess Emerald and Questing Knight...

So it’s been a while since I have worked on any miniatures from Super Dungeon Explore and with the release of The Forgotten King I now have loads more miniatures from this range to paint up so I thought I’d get cracking! My favourite character from the new set is easily Princess Emerald due to her steampunk appearance so she was the first miniature I painted up. The questing knight shortly followed and was painted very quickly due to mostly being...

Super Dungeon Explore Mini Bosses...

I have been painting some more miniatures for the Super Dungeon Explore set. These are the two mini bosses from the game. They are both the same miniature and I painted them both up completely the...

SDE Ember Mage, Dwarf and Deeproot Druid

I have completed three more of the heroes from Super Dungeon Explore. Here we have the Ember Mage, Hearthsworn Fighter and Deeproot Druid. With all of these models I decided to paint the gold in a non metallic metal style. I’m still practicing with this technique but I’m very happy with the results on these. I have almost completed another two heroes from this set, The Glimmerdusk Ranger and The Hexcast Sorceress, who I will be sharing on this blog in the coming days.

Super Dungeon Explore Paladin and Barbarian...

I recently purchased Super Dungeon Explore by Soda Pop Miniatures. Ever since I first discovered the game I’ve really liked the look of the miniature’s and the way it plays so I knew one day I would pick it up. The miniatures are of an anime style so are very different to the Games Workshop miniatures that I’m used to, which is a good thing as I’ve painted so much GW miniatures recently I needed something different. My Emerald Ace’s and Tomb Kings, plus some Tyranid models I’ve started painted are going to be put to one side for a bit whilst I paint up miniatures for this game. The game itself contains over 50 miniatures in the standard box, 9 of which are character models which are what I’ve started painted first. I’ve now finished two of these models, The Royal Paladin and the Claw Tribe Barbarian. As these are of an anime style I wanted the painted to suit this. What this means as there are a lot of flat colours with deep contrasting shadows. The most challenging part of these models I found were their eyes. They are by no means perfect but for a first attempt I am happy with the...