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malefactus

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  1. Evilhalfling builds, and plays kingdom of death

    They all look WONDERFUL, but the wings are SPECTACULAR. OUTSTANDING WORK!
  2. Karzoug, the Claimer

    I really like your choice of colors. That shade of green is gorgeous. Keep up the SPLENDID work...if so inclined.
  3. Crusader

    Having wandered through your W.I.P. thread on C.M.o.N's forum, I have some idea just how impressive this will be once you are done with the good Knight. Have FUN with the painting & such!
  4. Getting to Know You ... December Edition

    Coffee is my drink of choice. I take it pretty hot & black.
  5. Gandalf Mouse

    Your Wizardly Rodent is a WONDERFULLY painted creation that defies my attempts to find the proper words to describe him. VERY WELL DONE!
  6. I had sent Paul a bunch of my Mushrooms for his campaign. He returned the favor with a selection of his cool 3D prints. I should start adding them to my stuff to be painted.
  7. I've been working on The Project for some time now; inflicting various W.I.P. & finished photos on various & sundry Forums. Now your time has come. To start off, we'll take the Tour of Compo Heep's Mushroom Brew House & Bat Poop Farm coducted by Heep Himself. From a Distance: In the Caves: AND around the exterior: By the Bat Cave: Your kind commentary & critiques would be appreciated. Be warned though, a positive reaction will only encourage me to continue posting.
  8. This the way Paul painted his up: His is part of a RPG campaign. I think it will look as good as a scenery piece...or so I hope.
  9. Thanks, Glitter. I has possibilities...getting carried away yet again is one of them.
  10. The next photo stage is now underway. This one is wider, deeper & higher than the others. As such it will, hopefully, lend itself better to group photos & large pieces. I am planning on experimenting with some air dry clay techniques I've seen on Creative Mom's YouTube. SO this is how it looks now: The Evil Moon (Majora's Mask Moon) is a 3D print from my friend, Paul Matakishi Ward. It is removable & the other/plainer side can be substituted. More later...probably.
  11. 77100: vanja, fire giant queen

    The Big Girl is LOVELY. Her WONDERFULLY expressive face gives the Lady character. Your striking use of colors & fine work with the brush are OUTSTANDING. VERY WELL DONE!
  12. Thanks for the kind response, Fire_Eyes; it is appreciated. Trekking through 260 pages of my stuff is a compliment that dwarfs mere words. I am delighted you enjoy my work. I you need any advice on terrain stuff, I would be happy to be of assistance. It does add another level to the craft. I am relieved you feel that way about the Zombie R.O.U.S.. I think he is lovable myself...it's nice to know I am not alone in that feeling.
  13. The gray, chilling, lifelessness of Winter can sap the joy out of life if we let it. Well bugger that. No matter what the weather, I'll make a joyful noise. I trust you will do the same. I am delighted you enjoyed your trip through the thread. I do look forward to your commentary. A large part of my motivation is the responses my work draws from you & other good Folk. Thanks for the continuing support & friendship, Jay. The Blight itself is coming along ever so slowly. I have decided to pull out the stops & whistles & go for a full NUTS! approach to the place. Marjory will, I am sure figure in this significantly. I have a good idea for the next photo stage & some feelings about two more after that. The next should have an Evil Moon & a Twisted Tower looming in the background. I am also getting more into sculpting with the air dry clay for backgrounds & buildings. The darkness is banished in the glow of creativity...for the most part. I have always worked towards becoming a CRAZY Old Man. I have achieved this goal, AND, aside from an occasional ache or pain, I am enjoying it.
  14. Gentlefolk Blacksmith

    SPLENDID! The mini is worthy of your OUTSTANDING brushwork & basing. That fireplace, complete with stocking & crane, is a treasure. VERY WELL DONE!
  15. COOL! I fast forwarded to 18:47 AND there were the Mushrooms. Thanks, Crowley.
  16. Some kind of Golems? Ah Stitch Golems!

    With their FINE array of colored patches, they could be Crazy Quilt Golems. VERY NICELY DONE!
  17. I think he has had it with the mosquitoes down in the moors. He does look ticked off about something. I am glad you like him. Thanks for the reply, Glitter. Thanks for the enthusiastic reply, Crowley. I am delighted you enjoyed your catch up tour. I would keep the place going without replies, but feedback makes it all a joy. I hadn't heard of the 10th Kingdom until you mentioned it...Wikipedia didn't have any mushroom photos either. SO we are working independently...I suppose. I have ideas for Marjory whirling around my head. I do wish the photo I had was clearer. I think this may be something special if I can pull it off.
  18. Bonny Ann Pirate Queen Bust By Glitterwolf

    If she gives up piracy she could join Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. The Girl is coming along SPLENDIDLY!
  19. Ancient Statuary

    ...a definite improvement. The Blue Beasty is VERY IMAGINATIVE AND WELL DONE!
  20. Daniel aka Tauser's take on Marjory is a HUGE Bloated Eye Stalked Beasty. She is the Mother of a variety of Underdark Fellows. She a really impressive looking , highly imaginative hot glue & aluminum foil Creature: I think I will go with a straight take off on Jim Henson's Critter...my Shambling Mound could call her Mom. Thanks for the reply, Pingo. I am glad you like the Mushrooms as well as the Marjory idea. Thanks, Glitter...glad you like them. I am getting progressively more enthused about Marjorie. She would fit in with The Blight splendidly...The Department of Sanitation Personified. While I am here, I finished Dudley the Moor Troll (Reaper 03269): There you go!
  21. Getting to Know You ... December Edition

    That would be quite a list with everything from fresh baked bread to the wonderful ozone scent in the air after a thunderstorm.
  22. Ral Partha Chaos Wars

    A SPLENDID array of WONDERFULLY painted old metal. OUTSTANDING WORK!
  23. More Massive. More Darkness.

    SPECTACULAR! The rainbow effect is stunning, something that would have never occurred to me to do. Beyond that GLORIOUS touch, both miniature are BEAUTIFULLY painted in a fine array of colors. VERY WELL DONE indeed!
  24. From The Bottom Up, Part II

    To my mind, such as it is, The Base is a key element in the making of a successful miniature creation. The base provides a place & time for the miniature at the least. A really good base provides a story telling setting for the miniature...the story telling is what I try for. Without the base, the miniature is a lifeless thing. Without the miniature, the base is an alien landscape. I LOVE making bases...I'll bet you figured that out all by yourself. Sometimes the creation of a base will precede the miniature by years. When I finished The Three Trees & The Zombie R.O.U.S., I spotted a base that I had started & left in its early development quite some time ago. I was watching a Haunted Forest Base how-to on YouTube & now I needed to work on that forlorn base. So this is where it stood on Sunday: Monday the build was just about done by evening. The sand was glued down, the face done up in Kneadatite (green stuff), rocks in plumber's epoxy putty, the branches & roots got a teased out hot glue coating, & the bark in DAD (air dry clay): Today I did my white over black base coat...base base coat...on everything except the DAS: Tomorrow the DAS will get a spray of workable fixative & then the white & black treatment. I might figure out what mini(s) will go the thingy in the interim...or not. Until then...
  25. From The Bottom Up, Part II

    Rather than an Empire, I can see an Animal Farm style government or just anarchy. Who would be the Pigs is up for grabs.
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