I warmly welcome everyone in the summary of the past year! I do not conceal that it was a very good year for DwarfCrypt in few respects. First, my most important post with the most beautiful miniature is in the JULY section. Secondly, I managed another year to stick to the blog's convention - photos of painted miniatures + short storytelling. I think and I have evidence in the form of visits and comments that this is the right way of blogging, which pleases my Dears. I have also a lot of fun!
Thank you for every comment, input, sharing and support!
Thirdly, 3/4 models painted and reviewed on the blog comes from great producers who were so nice that they sent their wonderful models! Thanks to YOU, models and ideas for the next year certainly will not miss!
Hello everyone! The first historical entry on DwarfCrypt in the new year today. I return to one of my favorite topics- Landsknechts. I will take a closer look at the Black Company by Florian Geyer and show three new soldiers painted for the occasion.
Hello everyone in the first post in the New Year! I dont predict major revolutions this year at DwarfCrypt, and as it was in previous years, you can expect, my dears, once a week entry with painted models + short, non-boring storytelling.
I used in today's entry: Burke & Hare models from the West Wind Production;Professor Egir Eldstrom's model (which has not got a separate entry yet, and was already painted good two years ago!) from Micro Art Studio;Elements of the Modular Stone Wall area from friends from Grabblecast.Modular Stone Wallis made of resin and consists of 9 parts. The walls and the gate are so universal that they fit perfectly into fantasy and historical wargames. In my post they will do as an element of Gothic-Victorian scenery. My only addition is a monk figurine, which I added for a climate on one of the brick pillars.
One of the elements that reminds me of the atmosphere of Victorian horror is literature and, among other things, a short novel by the Scottish a…
Hello everyone! It's weekend, it's evening time, so it's time for a new entry at DwarfCrypt! Today I invite you to the next model from Northumbrian Tin Soldier, this time not the Beardfolks but Nightfolks series. Black Goat my Dears, quite grotesque and fairytale, but these are also cute models from the Nightfolks series.
I listen recently (at nights!) an audiobook with stories by the master H.P. Lovecraft, that's why today's model I will devote to one of the deities - Shub-Niggurath, or Black Goat from the Wood. I cordially invite you!
Shub-Niggurath, "The Black Goat of the Wood with Thousand Descendants", or "The Black Ram of the Forest" is one of the deities in the Cthulhu Mythology by H.P. Lovecraft. The first mention of Goat from the Forest comes from the short story The Last Test (1928). The Goddess has never been accurately described in Lovecraft's prose, but her name is often mentioned or summoned during rituals. As a character, he appears…