Shadows of Brimstone: Void Sorcerers – Masters of the Void Deluxe Enemy Pack

Shadows of Brimstone: Void Sorcerers

We’re starting off July’s models with some more Shadows of Brimstone models.

This time it’s the trio of Void Sorcerers that go with the Void Hounds completed recently – to complete the Masters of the Void expansion pack.

Shadows of Brimstone: Void Sorcerers

They’re pretty straightforward, and reasonably simple paintjobs across the three, with one of the trio painted slightly differently in case I ever need to distinguish a leader model from the three. I also turned two of their heads a little to make them a little less like photocopies of one another, though since Flying Frog’s sculptors don’t seem to understand ball joints I had to do some cutting and then putty up the gap that it created.

Shadows of Brimstone: Void Sorcerers, Forgotten Chapters Decals

The text of the books was created using decals from the Forgotten Chapters Kickstarter that I backed awhile back – they’re still available from the Forgotten Chapters website, and the vendor, Bruno is a pretty nice guy to deal with.

Shadows of Brimstone: Masters of the Void, Void Sorcerers, Void Hounds

I figured I should also take a group shot of the Void Sorcerers alongside the Void Hounds, given that they’re both parts of the same boxed set if you were to purchase them today. Having gotten them all complete, I may even be able to take a short break from pinks and purples for a little while now…

Shadows of Brimstone: Masters of the Void, Void Sorcerers, Void Hounds, Reaper Berkeley, Zombie Survivor

I’ve also thrown old Chainsaw Girl Berkerly in there as well so you can see that the Sorcerers are also some tall bois. As with many of the models I paint, and especially for the Brimstone ones, they’re pretty versatile with potential for a variety of games. So there’s that. 🙂

11 thoughts on “Shadows of Brimstone: Void Sorcerers – Masters of the Void Deluxe Enemy Pack

  1. Great work mate, the head movement has added some much needed variety to the trio, and great use of variation in the colour to denote a leader if needed

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  2. Great job on these very evil-looking cultists! Maybe it is a byproduct of being American but I can’t unsee the KKK (aka evil, rotten people) when I see that sort of design. Like others have said, I love the colors as well. The brightness really fits the magical nature of these creatures.

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  3. Those are some great pulp miniatures. Really like the design and what you did with them. The contrast between their facial tentacles and robes is nicely done. It is a pity, they don’t come in more poses, but I guess that is the limitations of boardgames.


  4. Nice! I like that they’re (perhaps somewhat surprisingly) versatile for systems. They would make some decent baddies in all sorts of genres, or perhaps a chorus line / dance troupe if you wanted to play up the comedy angle… which we always do in RPGs.


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