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  1. 52 points
    Survey Time! I'm going to let yall have a wee bit of input on the next Expansion Pack I feature for the updates. I have parameters I have to follow, so it isn't super open for yall to just give me wish lists and such. I have two expansion packs that are about the same level of complete in regards to models in hand here at HQ. One of them will be featured for November, much like Lost Valley was in Oct/Sept. Yall get to help decide which one we preview. The choices are either Dreadmere or Fan Favorites. Here is how you vote: Using the like this post feature, chose Thanks (purple Trophy Cup) to vote for Dreadmere Using the like this post feature, chose Haha (laughing Emoji) to vote for Fan Favorites If you have no opinion, feel free to vote one of the other options because they won't inflate the counts. On Monday, 10/22, I have to send the "provide me with this stuff" list to the art team, so that's the deadline for your vote to be counted.
  2. 51 points
    Dug up an old mini by Sandra Garrity, which, according to my database, I bought over 10 years ago. I don’t know which is sadder, that I actually made a database of my unpainted minis or that I still have 188 unpainted ones (and these are just the Reaper ones!). Wanted to give her a roguishly, confident face and I’m pleased with how it turned out. As for her clothes, after reading Rhonda Bender’s articles, I think I need more contrast. Base made from air-dry clay. Thanks for looking.
  3. 46 points
    Looks sort of like a Tengu to me. This was part of the first batch of minis I had purchased a few years back. Re-discovered him inside my box of models to eventually get to...and finally got to the tengu. Couple of large pics Normal sized
  4. 46 points
    This is a conversion of the dark elf figure Aundine (14089 in the Warlord line) to represent my latest Pathfinder character, a changeling (orphan of a sea hag mother and a human father) with water-related magic and some rogue abilities. You can see the WIP thread here. I spent about 6 hours on prep & conversion & basing, and about 5 hours priming & painting. This will be a literal "tabletop mini", so I didn't spend the time to get very smooth blends, but it is still much more than a speedpaint. I took especial care on the face and had fun with her shiny "eelskin" armor. Would anyone like to know how I would judge this as an entry in ReaperCon's MSP Open painting contest, in either the Painters Division or the Open Division? Enjoy, Derek
  5. 42 points
    I totally stole the color scheme from another post on here so this is an homage!
  6. 39 points
    I've recently finished a few more minis of the DeepWars and ShadowSea games of AntiMatter Games. - the one with many colors: Dire Fish-Lizard from the Scaly Horde of DeepWars: - the purple one is the Hag-Ray, also part of the Scaly Horde of DeepWars - and the last one is Captain Balthazar Drake, a Fortune Hunter of ShadowSea Hope you like :-)
  7. 39 points
    I'm on a small guy kick, apparently. Lol Hope y'all like these guys! They're super cute, quick paints. I'm enjoying not striving for perfection. Just painting to enjoy painting. Let me know what y'all think!
  8. 39 points
    89012: Lem, Iconic Bard sculpted by Derek Schubert. This guy was supposed to be a speed paint, but I got too interested in putting diamond patterns on his clothes.
  9. 38 points
    Good morning all, Here's a figure I just finished, from the Hackmaster/Kenzer & Co. line that Ral Partha currently owns, a Bob Olley Greater Satyr. It's a pretty large figure, more in tune with heroic scale, like most of the Hackmaster figures, fun and easy to paint. The only thing I noticed when I based him is that my base has a chip in the plastic but too late to do anything about, as I saw it after I super glued it to the figure. I tried to give him mostly natural tones, but had to do a bit of gold in there as well for the decoration on the bow and his pan pipes, but they are softened with some browns and dark elf skin washes, so it's probably okay. So anyhows, enjoy!
  10. 38 points
    Arthur Wanderhat, Wizard: 02905 Paint by: Arc 724 Sculpted by: Geoff Valley Title: Usidore the Blue The second figure done in honor of Hello From The Magic Tavern. This is Usidore the Blue. I was very pleased how he turned out. I got the red face of a wizard that drinks a lot of mead. Ha! As well as his staff that I sculpted in the rock based on the lore of the type of stone he has in it. Finally the bird is paint to be a sparrow - his favorite type of bird. The base is also sculpted.
  11. 37 points
    Presenting D'Vandra Lukesia, the final member of my Dreadmere Begins quartet. Despite having some trouble with her in the beginning, I'm pleased with the final results. It's just a shame my bottle of Vallejo Still Water has failed me yet again, no more water effect bases for me I think. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  12. 37 points
    Finished this guy a couple months ago. But before I could take pictures, we had an out of state move to get through. Of all my minis, he was the only finished one to suffer damage. Being an oldie and made of heavier lead, he didn't stay put in storage and bounced around a bit. So, obviously, he was my first project in the new place. Final photos! I was playing around with the light quite a bit trying to show the iridescent finish.
  13. 36 points
    Presenting Ensign Roxy "Hotshot" Malone, the colour scheme test Voidsman for my Starstriders set. I think she came out pretty well, and the group should look rather striking, when I eventually get the rest painted. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  14. 36 points
    Last night I took a painting lesson from a friend who happens to have won many awards for mini painting and this year won Grand Master in Lock and Load 2018. So for the model of choice we choose to paint the Reapercon Sophie. We both painted one and this is what I ended up with. First model I have painted fully in maybe 10 years. Gothic Sophie.
  15. 35 points
    He was a lot of work. like a lot. im glad he’s done.
  16. 35 points
    Half Orc Merchant Painted by: Arc 724 Sculpted by: Bobby Jackson __________________________________________________ Title: The Merchant of Backwater This piece was one of particular interest for me. I remember the first time I saw it I just had to paint it. It seemed so odd but had so much personality. The very last picture: The last picture is of the bottom the base. I used this wood chip from a woodcrafters store. I'm fairly certain my grandfather - who lived in Tulsa OK until his death - went to this store all the time. He was Sales me by Trade and a craftsmen by... other trade. I thought it fitting to use this chip on the Half Orc Merchant. Thank you all for the support. I have procrastinated photographing this for various reasons but he is finally done. Hope you enjoy. Work-In-Progress
  17. 35 points
    Finally got around to finishing this, just in time for it to terrify my players. I'm not convinced on the colors of the base. I wanted to make it look like it had just set off a rock trap deep in its underground lair. As always, any comments or critiques are appreciated :)
  18. 34 points
    14465: Durin Dwarf Pathfinder Sgt sculpted by Tom Mason. I never would have tried this blue and bronze colour scheme of my own choice, but one of the players in my D&D game requested it, and now I like it.
  19. 34 points
    And another Village Attacks mini, this time one of the peasants. For the moment I'm still following the concept art, but she was also a test for a shade of green mixing Reaper, SC75, and VGC paints. Details in the WIP.
  20. 33 points
    This is Reaper's classic vampire warrior, #02551, Monique Denoir, sculpted by Werner Klocke. She's wonderfully menacing. She casts no shadow on the base. WIP thread here.
  21. 33 points
    Decided to use red to shade down instead of a darker purple. Made the dress look interesting.
  22. 33 points
    I decided to try the mirror shield thing again, since this models shield trim looks so much like an old mirror to me. I also tried different skin tone then the generic caucasian and will be diving into that more as well since I never learned to paint different ethnic skin tones and hope to pull off some different ones and maybe even move into some alien tones like in blues and such.
  23. 33 points
    Started painted minis over the course of the last year for DnD Rise of Tiamat. Not an artist but I’ve enjoyed it.... Blightfang (green) was first, then Cinder (red), and last was Narthrax (blue).
  24. 31 points
    The elusive WizKids Beholder. Love this guy.
  25. 31 points
    I painted this as a gift for a friend of mine who got me into DND. He ran Rise of Tiamat for over two years, and that was my introduction to DND and I’ve been hooked ever since. It just seemed like an appropriate gift for all the work he put in!
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