Shadows of Brimstone: Doorways Into Darkness (OtherWorld Doorways)

Shadows of Brimstone: Doorways Into Darkness (OtherWorld Doorways)

A couple of weeks ago I completed the Mine Doorways from the Shadows of Brimstone: Doorways Into Darkness set. This weekend, I painted the other half of that boxed set – the OtherWorld Doorways.

Shadows of Brimstone: Doorways Into Darkness (OtherWorld Doorways)

Once again, they’re pretty simple models, but nice enough for what they are. I took some inspiration from their suggested painting guide insofar as the greenish hue to the lower parts of the portal-like doorways, though I decided to paint the runes in a bright (glowing) green. I didn’t bother with OSL effects, because they’re good enough as is for boardgame doorways or potential wargame/roleplaying scenery items – as portals/etc. They certainly pass the four-foot test.

Another boxed accessory set complete!

Shadows of Brimstone: Doorways Into Darkness

Our scale models for the Doorways into Darkness are a trio of Conan’s Black Dragon bodyguards.

27 thoughts on “Shadows of Brimstone: Doorways Into Darkness (OtherWorld Doorways)

    • Thank you Alex – they caused a little consternation as I struggled to decide what colour to paint them, but the bright glowy green seems to have worked better than too-much-contrast red.

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    • Yeah, I think they have potential to work quite well across a lot of games from the Warhams to many RPGs as well as a lot of skirmish and narrative games. I look forward to when you get back around to Conan again. I’m doing the add-on boxes before I go to the main ones – mostly because I can dispose of the smaller ones!

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  1. Great job on those. Seeing them next to your models though, really shines. I’d swear that pic was an ad from a magazine.

    I just checked my Paint app, and looks like I don’t have that fluorescent green. Odd, because I know I have something similar. I do have VMA Fluorescent Air, and it was crap for brushing on. I guess it might be good for some spot red glowy effects, but I can’t imagine loading up my airbrush just for that.

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    • You’re too kind once again. The flouro paints aren’t amazing to use, and I did paint in all of those areas with white before going over them with the flouro to ensure that they would pop (or at least be seen!)

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