D&D Monster Manual 37: Dungeon of the Mad Mage – Shadows, Gray Ooze, Intellect Devourers

D&D Dungeon of the Mad Mage - Shadows

Now we’re (finally) back into the minis I’ve painted this month. – We did have Mossbeard and the Crashed Aquila Lander, but then I had to double back to show the last of May’s work. Now for June once again, we’re doing the D&D Board Game series today – this time three sets of simple villain models from The Dungeon of the Mad Mage board game. First up, we have the trio of Shadows. I thought they were ghosts initially, but Shadows works, I guess. They’re painted in deep black tones, with very subtle highlights into Citadel Dark Reaper and some very dark greys. Then washed black to tone them all down again. Because Shadows, obviously.

D&D Dungeon of the Mad Mage - Gray Ooze

The next model is a Gray Ooze. A simple, ugly, crappy model. It got three coats of Contrast Gryph-Charger Grey, with a bit of silver mixed into the final coat in order to give it a bit of a sheen, and make the grey distinctive from the tones I use for the flagstone bases. Basically, at this point I don’t know what this thing really is in D&D terms and don’t care enough to look it up because it’s a trash model. I’ll learn what it is when we have to fight it, I guess…

D&D Dungeon of the Mad Mage - Intellect Devourers

The final models are also trash models. a sextet of Intellect Devourers. Very much Contrast Paint to the rescue here. Whatever. They’re painted and finished.

D&D Dungeon of the Mad Mage - Shadows, Gray Ooze, Intellect Devourers

And here we are – a set of 10 D&D boardgame models from The Dungeon of the Mad Mage. Even the trash models in their painted form will help to enhance the game over green or purple plastic, I guess. So there’s that. There’s still plenty more where these came from, though…