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Dr Boom

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  • Birthday 10/23/1969

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    Brisbane, Australia
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    Pathfinder RPG, Miniature Painting

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  1. Dr Boom

    Nighthaunt Commission (Games Workshop)

    Fantastic! I think the person you're painting these for is going to be very pleased.
  2. Dr Boom

    Dreadblade Harrows (Games Workshop)

    Excellent work. I have six of these lined up in the under coated queue who will be standing in for skeletal nightmares (I'm making the riders removable). Yours will definitely serve as my inspiration picture.
  3. Dr Boom

    77492: Behir

    The shifty paint does a nice job of making his flanks look iridescent. Nice contrasting colours on the base too. A nice crisp and cleanly painted mini. A worthy challenge to do a mini per month.
  4. Dr Boom

    77281: Succubus - Speed Paint

    Those wings are superb
  5. Dr Boom

    Mudcroack, frogman Shaman 03174

    That eye is something else. Good call on leaving the gloss to just the eye.
  6. Dr Boom

    Ninjas of Iga, Warlord Games (photo heavy)

    You can never have too many ninjas. Great work with the black - I can never get it just right without making it look grey. Nice use of red as contrast as well.
  7. Dr Boom

    Xiloxoch, Naga as a statue, Reaper Bones by Julie Guthrie

    Nice. Great work with the eye and "ear" gems.
  8. Dr Boom

    G Paints: 77076 - Lysette, Female Elf

    That's a really steady hand she has there. Xcellent work and nice colour choice.
  9. That's fantastic - the sheerness of the dress over the legs is a great effect. It makes the dress look almost translucent
  10. Dr Boom

    77343 The Goroloth (aka the Blue Meanie)

    Thanks for that! The rock on the base is a fragment of an aquarium decoration I bought because I needed an anemone. All I needed to do was fill in the hole with some spakfilla and paint it my favourite shade of pale khaki, which is almost a direct match for the colour of the rock as bought (if you look carefully, you can see a patch of the filled area running down to the right of the pectoral fin in the second image). The red fronts are individual leaves from some plastic weed that came attached to the rock. For a last minute thrown together base out of my bits box, I'm pretty happy with it.
  11. Dr Boom

    03298: Spirits

    Airbrush or no, they still look great
  12. Dr Boom

    03298: Spirits

    The glow was done with an air brush? Nice fine detail there, given the size of the minis in question. It's always good to see ghosts with an alternate colour to the usual ghostly green.
  13. Dr Boom

    77343: Goroloth

    That's nice. Excellent shading and blending there. Wonderful fleshy tones, and it's good to see such an great sculpt with a colour out of the ordinary. The beady black eyes really finish it off nicely.
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