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    Blessed of December - Malifaux

    D'oh... this should have gone in "show off" not "works in progress". :(
  2. This is a interesting figure. A fun fast paint but I think that the model would have been more engaging had the creature been looking up. I added some skulls to the base to give her something to be looking at.
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    My 02939: Viking Girl

    Thanks @GlitterwolfI can't take too much credit for the shield though, it was modeled on. My freehand is nowhere near that good! :)
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    My 02939: Viking Girl

    This is my take on "Viking Girl". It was a pleasure to paint, it's a really nice sculpt. I was experimenting with orange, a colour I don't use often.
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    Male Ranger with Longbow from Dark Sword Miniatures

    You don't often see figures painted in the more subdued style youve chosen. It really works well with this model. Great job.
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    77156: Owlbear and Genadier Owlbear

    @Boaz , good question. I not 100% certain what the inspiration was for the origional owlbear was. I would have guessed inspired by an early version of the iconic D&D monster.
  7. I finally got around to painting my bones owlbear. It's such a great sculpt that I was waiting to be inspired to tackle it and, well, the muse spoke. Just for fun I've also included some shots of a much older (1992?) Genedier owlbear that I painted up a while back. The older one has seem some table time and needs a touch up or two. :) The new owlbear is a bit tricky to get a good photo of.
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    77292: Giant Wererat

    @Bustedknee, thanks! I don't know where the idea came from but I was pleased with how the hands turned out.
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    77292: Giant Wererat

    I painted the giant wererat fo fun the other day. I still need to do some basing (I'm thinking a sewer theme) but he's good enough to put on the table to scare the snot out of my D&D group. (This is definitely a he, if you take a close look under the fithly loincloth) I experimented a bit with using pastels on this mini for the shading at the claws on the hand with mixed success, so a shoutout to @Shoshie for the awesome tutorial - which can be found here: Link
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    Big Green Lizard Guy

    Ah, good old Ral Partha. Thanks for solving the mystery @vulture. And nice to know that we can get more @alchemist. It was a really great sculpt to paint.
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    Big Green Lizard Guy

    So I painted this big guy up. I don't know who manufactured him or what he's made of because he was given to me by a friend. It's a heavy fig and it might be lead. If anyone has any idea what this is or who manufactured it, please let me know! I went with a classic green lizard man colour scheme. I added a pic with a regular sized min for scale. I believe he's a bones mercenary?
  12. Wow. Amazing.
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    77123: Dark Elf Assassin

    I tackled this bones version of the dark elf assassin to sub in for a pathfinder psychopomp eidolon, bipedal. Not suprisingly, that's not a figure that I had at hand. It was a quick paintjob done to tabletop quality to get something on the table in time for this weeks game. A deadline is wonderful to focus your "good enough" reflex. :)
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    Adventurers - Barbarian and Wizard

    That's a good tip @robinh , I might go back and give it another hit of yellow.
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