In this post, we quickly take a look at a picture of some masked Shadows of Brimstone miniatures sent to me by Dave Lamers. Dave is also a commission painter that specializes at painting up miniatures fast for board games and large armies. If you have a project that you want done quickly, give him a look. There will be a link to his section of Must Contain Minis at the end of the article.
These are the Crimson Hand Cult from Shadows of Brimstone.
Now, let’s take a look at those miniatures.
The Close Ups of Painted Masked Shadows of Brimstone miniatures
Now, Dave doesn’t like it when I zoom in on his minis, but I like the work he did here. Keep in mind that he is painting for speed. He does entire board game collections and miniature gaming armies at a fast pace. Below is one of the figures that he painted for a recent commission.
I must admit, I am unfamiliar with the game myself, but I hear good things. The miniatures sure seem interesting. One of my readers identified them as Crimson Hand Cult Members from Shadows of Brimstone.
Thank you for letting me know.
For quick painted miniatures, Dave does excellent work. Again, he is the type of guy you go to when you have large batches of miniatures that you want painted quickly to a good tabletop standard.
The Group from Further Away
Dave aims to paint the figures so they look good when looked at from a distance. The picture below is still a little closer than a tabletop distance, but they look good to me.
Wrapping it up…
Thank you for joining me in this very quick look at some Shadows of Brimstone miniatures.
For more of Dave’s work, and his contact information, please check out Dave Lamers’ section on Must Contain Minis.
Until Next Time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!