Sunday, October 16, 2016

DARK AGE - Here comes Mongo!

The first "miniature" that attracted me to Dark Age was this guy, Mongo. I bought him at AdeptiCon one year. My once-a-year purchase of a miniature that I had every intention of carefully assembling and then painting to the best of my ability.

It took me quite a few years to get there, but I recently finished him up for use in my games of Dark Age. I had a lot of fun, particularly with the large expanses of pale flesh - I think I'm improving on my flesh painting but these photos make the transitions look a bit more stark than they actually are.

Anyway, while I'm filming some content for the next series of projects, I thought you might like to see some more recent stuff : )


  1. Brilliant work, man! Really dig how he turned out.

  2. What a tremendous miniature and fabulous work Mr. Taylor, stunning Sir.

  3. Good Job! Nice work on the fleshtones....:)

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