Rum and Bones – undead pirate characters

Well as a change, I pulled out some models from an old but not yet finished project – my Rum and Bones Kickstarter. Time to finish the ‘hero’ characters from the undead faction. So here they are below.

I must admit it’s taken a while to finish these and longer to get them up on this blog. I just have not had the mojo to focus on them. But they have been on them painting table half done for a long time, so time to get them completed. These have been painted up to match the artwork in the game, at least to a decent level.

First is the weird undead gunner. This is an odd character, with a bunch of bits on the model. The reverse of the model shows even more oddness in this mode. Still whatever works…

Next we have the green undead sailor with a large sword. This guys looks quite the part of the dread pirate…

Now another one – this one in purples and blues. I must admit I thought I would really like doing these models but have found that the opposite is actually the case.

Here is another of the undead heroes. This one is a gunner and it’s pretty obvious…

And finally we have this guy. In fact this one has a spirit in the center controlling the larger creature. This is a fun little model but again although I thought his would inspire me in fact it kind of has done the oppose.

So there we are all the ‘heroes’ of the undead original Rum and Bones faction.

About mellis1644

A painter and gamer who has no illusions about being the best painter but likes to play with decently painted toys and have fun gaming
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7 Responses to Rum and Bones – undead pirate characters

  1. Markus Sharaput says:

    Yeah, sometimes a project lingers. Good to see you got through it in the end.

  2. A very different bunch indeed! 🙂 I like ’em!

  3. Argentbadger says:

    I think that you’ve done a good job here on some rather kooky minis. I know the pain of losing inspiration midway through the project so well done for persevering.

  4. Very yukky, but in an awesome way.

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