Pulp City just got a bit more Bad Ass!

We start off with the forces of nature that call Settler's Green their home, Father Oak and the delicate little Acorn. These two are currently the only members of the Settler's Green team, although I believe the next iteration of the rules will retcon Stone Hawk to join the team, along with a bunch of new Supremes. Oak & Acorn do not fall neatly into the Hero or Villain category, but are instead steadfast defenders of their woodland home, regardless of who ventures in uninvited. After that things took a dark turn as I switched my focus to the Necroplane. I'd already crossed off around half the team in previous spurts of Pulp City enthusiasm but I was pretty confident if I tried really hard I could finally scratch this team out for good. Super happy with so many of these, even the older paint jobs like Doom Train and the Soul Golem still hold up well. My style is currently a bit more extreme when it comes to highlights but to be honest I think that it fits the comic book style and they really pop on the table. My favourite of the bunch has to be Dr Tenebrous and the Necro G.I., not models I was much looking forward to but ones I adore now!After our trip to the Necroplane we resurfaced somewhere in the bayou, where magic is strong and gators walk the swamps on two legs! The Coven was the next to get some love from my brushes and for the life of me I cannot tell you why... I wasn't looking forward to a single mini in this batch and yet I had a great time painting them all. In particular the Power House, L.O.A came out particularly well. I was initially very skeptical, the pose is rather dull, there's no dynamism or kinetic energy here, it's very static. But once I was done I was so pleased with him (it?).The rest of the Coven have come together over the last 7 years, with Twilight being one of the very first Pulp City miniatures I painted back in 2014. I have a duplicate copy of her on my workbench too so I'm hoping to do an updated paint scheme, next time I'm between bigger projects. That's about it for this update, as always you can see more pictures in the Gallery. Next week I'm dungeon delving in Crystalia as we go looking for trouble among the Rock Tops in the Caverns of Roxor. Until then, keep on painting...The DukeWith Aftermath out of the way and Marvel United still on the high seas I had a little time over the last two weeks to work on some of the more nefarious elements of Pulp City. I was hoping to cross off at least one team this year but instead I closed out three!



We start off with the forces of nature that call Settler's Green their home, Father Oak and the delicate little Acorn. These two are currently the only members of the Settler's Green team, although I believe the next iteration of the rules will retcon Stone Hawk to join the team, along with a bunch of new Supremes. Oak & Acorn do not fall neatly into the Hero or Villain category, but are instead steadfast defenders of their woodland home, regardless of who ventures in uninvited.



After that things took a dark turn as I switched my focus to the Necroplane. I'd already crossed off around half the team in previous spurts of Pulp City enthusiasm but I was pretty confident if I tried really hard I could finally scratch this team out for good.



Super happy with so many of these, even the older paint jobs like Doom Train and the Soul Golem still hold up well. My style is currently a bit more extreme when it comes to highlights but to be honest I think that it fits the comic book style and they really pop on the table. My favourite of the bunch has to be Dr Tenebrous and the Necro G.I., not models I was much looking forward to but ones I adore now!



After our trip to the Necroplane we resurfaced somewhere in the bayou, where magic is strong and gators walk the swamps on two legs! The Coven was the next to get some love from my brushes and for the life of me I cannot tell you why... I wasn't looking forward to a single mini in this batch and yet I had a great time painting them all.



In particular the Power House, L.O.A came out particularly well. I was initially very skeptical, the pose is rather dull, there's no dynamism or kinetic energy here, it's very static. But once I was done I was so pleased with him (it?).



The rest of the Coven have come together over the last 7 years, with Twilight being one of the very first Pulp City miniatures I painted back in 2014. I have a duplicate copy of her on my workbench too so I'm hoping to do an updated paint scheme, next time I'm between bigger projects.



That's about it for this update, as always you can see more pictures in the Gallery. Next week I'm dungeon delving in Crystalia as we go looking for trouble among the Rock Tops in the Caverns of Roxor.


Until then, keep on painting...


The Duke



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