Saturday, April 17, 2021


 A new one for me is painting a Medusa.  This the second time I have painted a Reaper Bones model, and it will likely be the last time as well.  Not really a fan of that material, price is cheap and that is not always a good thing.  

I've been looking for some decent Medusa models, this is not one of them.  The model just not good, neither is the sculpt.  I think my paintwork made it look slightly better. 
I am eventually going to be doing some Greeks and this will be one of the models that I'm going to use with all of that down the road.
The above pic, shows one of those horrible mold lines that you cannot remove with a scalpel like normal plastic models.  And I did not feel like going in and fixing it with green stuff.
Quite honestly this model will likely never leave my game room.
Speaking of that game room, once I get the bathroom work done, that may be the next major project.
The above is probably the best angle of this pitiful creature.  If you know of some good medusa's please let me know in the comments.  Until next time, get out, and get things done.


  1. Your brushwork definitely makes the figure look good. That said, bummer about some of the Reaper Bones quality.

    1. Yea they are just not worth the time and money. I'll put the figure to good use though.

  2. I've given up on Bones as well, but I would recommend giving Bones Black and Bones USA a go. They're a different material and far less frustrating to work with.

    1. Didn't know that. I'll maybe give those a try. Thanks.