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  1. Thoramel

    50025, 50030, 77444, 77445, and 89002...

    I don't know... tiny little grenades seem kind of hard to get on them. And seem like a good recipe for blowing my guys up before the fight starts. Maybe I'll just arm more goblins. That should even things out.
  2. ...And bits of 80008 and 80033. I've been working on a little project to give guns to goblins for a while now. And these quick and dirty guys (not just talking about the paint jobs) are the result. Evil DM notes: "Some of the goblins immediately took to the guns, some were alright after a little training, and some just couldn't grasp the concept but were enthusiastic nonetheless."
  3. Thoramel

    77445 Goblin Skirmisher

    This little guy is something I cranked out over the weekend as part of my Evil DM Plan to give guns to a horde of goblins. He's barely table top quality. But he's part of a big group of the little guys that are going to make my players hate me even more.
  4. Thoramel

    50299 Post Apocalyptic Hunter

    Thanks all, there's some great advice given. I'm currently working on a project to give guns to goblins so I should have a chance to try a few MMM techniques in the near future.
  5. Thoramel

    50299 Post Apocalyptic Hunter

    Posted this over the weekend on the Reaper Facebook group and thought I'd share it here as well. Its my first time painting camo and I was fairly happy with that result. Any tips on making modern metal, like the gun, more realistic are appreciated.
  6. Thoramel

    77399 Sigurd, Viking

    That sounds like what I need, thanks.
  7. Thoramel

    77399 Sigurd, Viking

    Here's a quickly painted version of Sigurd. Fun guy. Looking forward to getting him on the table. But if I'm being honest, I still have a lot of practice to get red hair looking right instead of looking like something a punk rock lumberjack would sport.
  8. Thoramel

    77422 War Dog

    Thanks all! And let me say, Reaper has a pretty great community here.
  9. Thoramel

    77422 War Dog

    Hi all. Been lurking here for quite some time appreciating all the great paint jobs and thought I'd go ahead and share one of my own. So here's a quickly painted war dog. Thanks for looking!
  10. Thoramel

    Origins 2016

    That's it! Thanks. I saw that thread but didn't bother to check it because it wasn't about Origins. I'll know better next time.
  11. Thoramel

    Origins 2016

    Hi all, Sorry if this is the wrong place for this. I noticed in the last Bones 3 update that Origins Gamefair is not on the list of conventions Reaper will be appearing at. I've always enjoyed Reaper's presence at this Con and was wondering if anyone could tell me if they will be there for 2016. Thanks in advance for any info.
  12. Thoramel

    77231: Rugg, Bugbear Leader

    Looks great. I've been thinking of painting up some bugbear for the table. Mind if I ask what colors you used for his skin/hide?
  13. Thoramel

    Bones Kickstarter #3 Discussion

    Hi All, Just wanted to give a big thanks to Reaper for doing these Kickstarters. You’ve gotten me back into a hobby I never thought I’d enjoy again. About 8 years ago I was moving and I carefully packed 20+ years’ worth of painted miniatures into a couple of boxes and loaded them in the back of my car. Went into the house for a minute and when I came back out those boxes were gone. Nothing else was taken, just the boxes of miniatures. Never found the thief and the minis never showed up in any of the nearby FLGSs. I was pretty upset about it and it really killed my desire to paint – or even game – for a long time. Last year I heard about the Bones II Kickstarter and decided “What the heck, maybe I’ll paint a few minis and see if I still enjoy it.†So I went in for the Core Set, locked in my pledge when prompted and then completely forgot about it. Man was I surprised when I received a giant pile of miniatures when I was pretty much expecting about 60 or so. Since I received them back in February I’ve broken out the old brushes, bought some paints, and have churned out about 90 tabletop quality miniatures. I’ve even gotten the old gaming gang back together and am running adventures again! This time around I’ve been in since minute one and have been following closely every update and all the forum chatter (seriously, my work productivity is way down this week) and am as excited as a kid on Christmas. So thanks Reaper, you’ve saved my passion for all things gaming with your awesome and inexpensive miniatures!
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