Hamelin the Plagued and his crew are pretty much done now. I've still got a couple of Stolen and 3 rats left to do when I get chance. I entered them in the best painted competition at the last tournament a week ago in York and they were pretty well received (didn't win, but came pretty close to the top):
Hamelin himself, on his fancy base. This is my most successful attempt at OSL as well:
Nix, complete with drool (see one of my earlier posts on how I did this):
The Obedient Wretch and Rat-Catchers. I wasn't fond of the sculpts for the Rat-Catchers when I bought them, but they've sort of grown on me as I've painted them up:
6 Malifaux Rats. The rats are colour coded and have corresponding colour blobs on their stat cards so I can track which is which. Honestly, it's not that easy to keep track of them, especially when alot are dying and coming back. There will be three more in brown of these.
The picture I took of the little girl Stolen came out blurry, but you can see her in the group picture anyway. I'm pretty happy with her, she adds alot of character and colour to the crew.
Overall, I'm very happy with how these came out. I think they're better overall than any other crew I've painted. These are also the first crew I've painted from start to finish using my new Games and Gears Pro-Studio brushes which I got on Kickstarter, and also much of the paint is now Vallejo as I begin to transition further and further away from the GW paint line.
Game-wise,. I've got in around a dozen games with this crew now against lots of different crews and masters including some power house masters like The Dreamer and Colette. I'm still trying to get the hang of it and the complex interactions between the models so I'll post up some thoughts on how the crew plays.
On a related note, I've spent a bit of time on updating and expanding Hamelin's Pull My Finger wiki page so any comments or feedback on that would be handy.