Paint The Target

New Month, New Target! Frankly, I love when we get to do spellslingers and such as a Target, because I get to spend the entire time I’m writing up the post humming Queen’s “A Kind of Magic” to myself as I type. It’s the simple pleasures, really. A refined crop of entries this month, starting with the dude in the pink cape.

Krueger was determined that if he couldn’t be the most powerful Potent in the Circle, he’d at least be the prettiest. I’d ask Dieson to explain himself, but I’m not sure I want to 😉

DrQ’s Dust Mage channels necromantic energy to raise the dead. I wonder what the next guys think about that…

NotThatOne’s Morticians generally like to ensure their works remains… [creepy] undisturbed [/creepy].

Ranny128 got his Inky, Winky, Binky and Clyde on with his ghosts heralding Beatrix herself!

A NEW CONTENDER! Please welcome Steampyrite to the Target showcase, with his frankly gorgeous Forge Seer!


Who had the magic touch this month? Who remembered the correct phrase to stop the necronomicon from eating their fingers? This month’s winner is: RANNY128! Send me an address at and I’ll get something in the mail for you!


As we move into the warmer months here in the Northern hemisphere, I’ve found myself wearing more t-shirts, and I’ve even worn shorts to work a few times, rebel that I am. In keeping with this theme, I want you to BRING THE HEAT. Burn, baby, burn! Hot enough for ya?! Or maybe you interpret the phrase to mean raining bullets. Or perhaps you just want to try painting a hawaiian shirt print. Interpret away, my painty friends!

Send in your pics of newly painted shinies to by Noon EST, June 28th. Deadline is deadline, people. Once more, one random participant will receive a little somethin’ somethin’ in the mail. You want somethin’? You gotta submit! Don’t forget to include your online handle! Oh, and if you can make the pics attachments to the emails rather than inline, that’d help me on the formatting end.

One Response to Paint The Target

  1. Holy schniekies! That is a gorgeous Forge Seer. Well done!