Mansions of Madness – Serpent People

Okay, I painted these like an age ago but only now have I finally got them mounted on their bases.

There isn’t much to say about this bunch really, as they were painted mostly by drybrushing. I used several colours to build up the scales, my favourite of which was Scale 75s Fuchsia, which is the predominant colour that can be seen – used on the scales, tassels, and plume.

Try as I might, I couldn’t get the bends out of the spears and gave up after a couple of attempts at the hot water method. I couldn’t be bothered with NMM either, but I do like how the bits of bronze armour look considering they’re just a layer of Vallejo’s Bright Bronze covered with a Flesh Wash.

In terms of the rest of the monsters. The Star Spawn have been painted and varnished; I just need to buy some bases big enough for them. The Ancient Basilisk is waiting a repaint, because I cocked up the colour choice, and I’ll get around to that when I next get my airbrush out.

I’m spending a bit more time on the characters, as they’re the focus of the game, two of which have been finished and need varnishing/basing, and another four are in progress, so, expect to see more from Mansions soon…

14 thoughts on “Mansions of Madness – Serpent People

  1. These look epic!

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  2. Excellent work on your snakemen Justin, the bold colours really make them stand out.

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    1. Cheers Dave.
      I thought it made a nice change from green Serpents!

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  3. Those are very nice, Justin! 🙂 I really like ’em!

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  4. I really like how you’ve painted these, and how well the drybrushing has brought out the details. That fuchsia pink is now on my shopping list LOL!

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    1. Yes, the fuchsia is really nice colour and the Scale 75 paints are growing on me.
      They take a bit of getting used to – they’re gel based and they darken as they dry, but I like the control the gel seems to give 🙂

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  5. That fuchsia is really nice. Pink is often tricky for me, so I might check that out as well. Some nice looking Serpent people there! 😀

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    1. Cheers mate. Yes, the Fuchsia is a little different to a lot of other pinks, being a darker, redder pink than most – I like it!

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  6. Its a shame those bendy sculpts can’t be fixed. That type of stuff would drive me crazy with MoM minis. The serpent people look fantastic and I really like the color scheme you chose for them. Its great to see you getting back into the swing of things, Justin! 🙂 I look forward to seeing more when you get around to it!

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    1. Yes, typical MoM minis really though these do look quite good on the game boards. I wanted something a little different to the usual green serpent colours, though I’m sure I stole the idea from somebody else!🤔

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  7. Oh, they are nice!
    That fuchsia is no instant-color I gather? I have some of their yellows, but I doubt they would suffice for drybrushing.
    Drybrushing those the job for those though!

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    1. Thanks mate, and sorry it’s taken me so long to reply.
      The Fuchsia isn’t an instant-colour, no, just one of their standard Scale75 paints.
      It’s not often I do much drybrushing but these were crying out for it.

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