Prufrock's Wargaming Blog

Prufrock's Wargaming Blog

Sunday, September 6, 2015

Painted: Dungeonquest minis

The humidity was a bit lower today so I took a punt and did some spray varnishing.

First up are some figures from the Dungeonquest boardgame (Fantasy Flight Games edition).

I'm not usually one to paint boardgaming tokens, but I thought they would make a good dry run for the Games Workshop and various other plastics I have lying around. These are very basic paintjobs, a dip, and a couple of coats of varnish. They are not works of art but they look serviceable enough.

We'll have to wait and see though how well the paint will stand up to the wear and tear of gaming with small children!


  1. Dude those are great, the kids should love them! Hint on primer, if these are soft plastic (not like games workshop or Perry plastics for instance) then I use an automotive grey sand-able primer. You just have to be careful not over do it to thickly. This stuff sticks really well to soft bendable plastic and will be more resistant to cracking.


    1. Thanks Kevin for the very helpful advice! I used standard my standard grey hobby primer for this lot, but I'll know what to use for next time. Cheers!

  2. Very nice, Aaron. Gaming pieces or not, they look great.


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