I’m mostly playing Guild Ball (fantasy medieval football) and Infinity (sci-fi skirmish game) lately, but have a ton of painted Hordes/Warmachine (mainly Trollbloods) stuff, too.
My most recently painted Guild Ball Masons (Wrecker, an armadillo mascot who can be mistaken for the soccer ball, Veteran Harmony, and Granite, left to right):
Steamforged is far better at game design than sculpting, but they’ve gotten a lot better since they started. I’m looking forward to their future output, since Guild Ball is an excellent game with a low barrier to entry (a game is 6v6, tournaments let you bring a 9-player roster and draft your 6 from that every game).
I really like Infinity’s miniatures, Corvus Belli employs some of the most talented sculptors in the industry, got on board the 3d modeling train early enough for them to have really found a style that works well with it, and is second to none when it comes to engineering metal models - their output since they dropped their 3rd edition a couple years ago has been consistently easy to assemble cleanly. It helps that their game is a bunch of fun, and the sci-fi universe they’ve set it in is pretty compelling to me because it provides a take on a cyberpunk, anime-style future that’s a bit different from the standard American set of tropes (CB is based in Spain, and their writing is good for showing me the assorted biases about fictional dystopian futures that I hold, at least). Most of my Combined Army from the last time I busted out my photo tent:
In Warmahordes, I mainly painted Trollbloods, with a side of Retribution.
Painting minis is an incredibly rewarding hobby, and definitely among my favorite uses of leisure time.