Shortly after Mice & Mystics released, Jerry posted his tutorial for painting the miniatures in the game. Being a miniatures painter since he was a teen, you can imagine how excited he was to paint the figures of HIS OWN GAME. 

Aside from those who already dove into their own painting, it seemed to ignite a flame in a lot of people to paint their sets as well. Over the last three years we've seen some wonderful miniature sets, but we never tire of seeing more! 

Have you painted your Mice & Mystics miniatures? Please, share your photos with us! 

If you missed Jerry's Mice & Mystics painting guide, you can find it here.

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Sammer Guy commented:

We painted our Specter Ops Minis, first thing.

Posted on 2015-09-03.

ugly1hornedmule commented:

Mice & Mystics are the first figures I ever painted and the easy to follow guide is what made to decide to try. They may not be the best but they look better than unpainted figures.

Posted on 2015-09-03.

ObsoleteThree commented:

Any plans for a tailfeathers painting guide?

Posted on 2015-09-03.

BTBAM commented:

Probably not. It would be similar techniques as the base painting guide, just different coloring.

Posted on 2015-09-03.

casualtoast commented:

Mice and Mystics is also the first game I ever painted and BOY did I get the bug. I want to buy miniatures games just to paint them. It has become one of my favorite parts of the hobby.

Posted on 2015-09-03.

Grungebob commented:

That made my day!! Thank you Casualtoast!

Posted on 2015-09-03.

Raynilee commented:

Here's our painted crew:

We just stuck with the established lore and tried to match the colours presented on the cards.

Posted on 2015-09-21.

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