Massive Darkness 2: Hellscape Bridges

Massive Darkness 2: Hellscape Bridges

Four years ago (holy shit! but then – I guess we had the 2 years of Pandemic lockdowns – so in the latter “before times” I painted the bridges from Massive Darkness 1. I still haven’t played that game, but now I have the bridges from Massive Darkness 2 to show, as I painted them in July..

Massive Darkness 2: Hellscape Bridges, Reaper Miniatures 50153 Berkeley Zombie Survivor

These were sp[rayed black and almost entirely drybrushed, with the exception of the dirtying-up of the stone part of this demonic-appearing bridge. The sides are drybrushed from the black primer through several reds and into bone. Again, a good opportunity to try something new on a model that hardly needs to be perfect. This is also the final model I completed in July for the first month of Dave Stone’s annual Season of Scenery challenge. I haven’t yet got anything finished in August, so hopefully I can get a few more things done in time!

21 thoughts on “Massive Darkness 2: Hellscape Bridges

  1. This bridge came out really nicely and it sounds like it was pretty fast to complete too. Massive Darkness has mixed reviews but if MD2 is better, I could see it being a really fun one to own and play. This is another game that I’d love to hear your thoughts on it when you have time to play it.

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    • Thanks mate – Artis Opus might eb the guy? Unless that’s just the name of his drybrushes? I’m just using makeup brushes! – at least until he sends me some freebies for a totally-not-sponsored endorsement!
      (I kid, he sems like a nice bloke in contrast to many of the others.)

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