A couple of things to note, the quality of the sculpts are quite good and really fit the game. The plastic is also suitable but very flexible, most sculpts will have bent objects, there is not a lot of accessories that are straight. Personally this is fine, especially for a board game. The other point to note is the lugs on the minis fit poorly into the bases. I opted to simply remove the lugs and glue the minis onto the bases.
As for the colour scheme, I went for base colours that were muted and somewhat ‘dirty’. These were washed out even more by using Army Painter’s ‘Tones’ as a wash (Dark and Strong Tone primarily). It was a simple affair, flat colours using the wash’s to bring out the details and depth. The same went for flesh colours, basic flesh, with the addition of some purple to indicate the inhuman mutations (the more mutated, the more purple). I feel the end result really fits in with the boards and look of the world.
Let’s take a look and see how things went shall we?
Mansions of Madness Miniatures
Cultists and High Priest of Dagon
Deep One Hybrids and Child of Dagon
The purr-fect hunting grounds for a kitty-cat (a photoshoot)