B-Sieged – Troll with Mulfin

Continuing the showing of my B-Sieged painted toys, I have a whole set of trolls completed, each with very little goblins (called Mulfin) from the game rules. The Trolls throw these little imps at the city walls and the imps/goblins then work to destroy the walls if still alive (I assume) – so very much like the original stand-off enemies in the game.

There are 7 of these big trolls. I may have got more in the Kickstarter than the normal box – who knows/cares now. I painted these somewhat inline with the artwork -the Mulfin’s are red and the Trolls grey for sure.

As the above picture did not give a great view of the details of the models I have close ups below. I did not want to spend a huge amount of time on these, but just wanted them to a decent table top level so they look the part. I think/hope I achieved that. The picture below does not show that the shoulder pads are actual metal vs the skin.

The sculpt is ok but not great. I am getting to the point of disliking painting loads of figs which are ‘the same pose, painted the same way’ and so these were a bit of a grind to do. But they are done now. You can see I just have done a couple of layers on these vs going to town. I used a little contrast paint here are there as well. But they work I believe for what their aim is. They have done my usual 2 layers of varnish for boardgame figs so should be good to go now.

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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2 Responses to B-Sieged – Troll with Mulfin

  1. Oooh I like these, Mark! Very nice! 🙂

    • mellis1644 says:

      Thanks – I tend to get games as much for their looks as the game play… my bad but with kickstarters maybe, but you can at least see the figs… gameplay can be hit or miss.

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