Painted Black Order

Since I’ve now painted all the miniatures released for the Black Order in Marcel Crisis Protocol (Black Dwarf, Corvus Glaive, Ebony Maw, Proxima Midnight and Thanos), I decided that it would be nice to have family photo. This shows off one of the things that I like about the miniatures for this game – they all look unique in size, pose, and colour scheme. In theory AMG might release Supergiant and/or Black Swan in which case I may expand this team but for now this is as complete a project as one will get in this wonderful hobby. I really enjoyed working on these on the painting table, and now I’m enjoying putting them on the tabletop.

I’m also not going to be doing group photos for many of the other affiliations since most of the others are huge (the Avengers and A-Force probably have 20ish models in-affiliation each already) or include minis that I’m not particularly interested in; plus the range is expanding faster than I care to purchase and paint already and I’m no completionist.

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6 thoughts on “Painted Black Order

  1. Nice one dude – great to have a team photo!

    • Thanks! It’s quite rare to actually get to a point in a project where I consider them finished and worth the family photo so it was good to have this opportunity.

  2. Nicely done mate and a nice group shot. 🙂

  3. That is a great looking group shot! I always love taking and sharing those. I consider them a well-deserved victory lap whenever you have the opportunity.

    • Thanks very much! I like that idea of these rather self-congratulatory posts being a victory lap; I’ll have to remember that for the future.

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