neuroticGOD

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About neuroticGOD

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  • Birthday 03/02/74

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    Olympia, WA
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    Drawing, painting, reading, writing, comics and making movies. Also gaming with miniatures!
  1. That is SUPERB!!
  2. NMM is Mmm-mmmm good!
  3. Nice work! Really dig the shield designs!
  4. That shield is wonderful!
  5. There are two beautiful illustrations in the Kingmaker Players Guide that I would very much like to see as miniatures. I don't know if they have names but they are on pages 7 & 8. I believe one is a fighter and the other a ranger. They would look great in the poses as drawn especially the ranger wielding two axes.
  6. Since it was asked for here was my method for painting this mini: I used acrylic/citadel (sorry reaper) for all my paints except one brown ink wash. (all times are approximated to include application and drying) 1.) Primed in black (2 coats) (30 minutes) 2.) Blood red mixed with brown ink for armor (first coat) (3 minutes) 3.) Bood red for armor (second coat) (10 minutes) 4.) Boltgun metal on for large swords. Codex Grey for small blades (applied while waiting for step three to dry) 5.) Drybrushed Blood red tinted with Skull white on armor areas (2 minutes) 6.) Blood red mixed with snot green for cloak, 'leather' bits and 'eyes'. (5 minutes) 7.) Applied touch ups and more precise highlights to armor. (10 minutes) 8.) Snakebite leather tinted with Skull white for highlights on cloak, leather, eyes. Snakebite Leather for belts. (5 minutes) 9.) Black wash for swords and blades. (2 minutes) 10.) Tin bitz for sword reflection (2 minutes) 11.) Picked out extra highlights on swords, blades and eyes in Skull white. (2 minutes) 12.) Gold for ring buckles on legs, ruby belt buckle. (3 minutes) 13.) Touch ups and Skull white highlights on swords, blades and eyes. (3 minutes) 14.) Drybrushed snakebite leather for 'gravel' base. (2 minutes) 15.) Codex grey for cobblestones. (2 minutes) 16.) Blood red and Snot green for bottom base (3 coats) (10 minutes) ...and that's roughly how I did it. Thanks for all the comments and interest.
  7. Those reds are fantastic!
  8. Love that falcon! And great job on blending in those highlights!
  9. Very nice! Awesome blending and what a cool way to show off your paint! Impressive.
  10. Well done. My only criticism is that it might be nice to see some kind of tattooing on the shamans chest scales, just to break up that area color wise. Fantastic job!
  11. Creep-tastic!!!
  12. Here is my attempt at a speed paint. Did this in an hour and a half (that's probably not very fast but I'm working on it). Sorry the photo is kinda wonky...didn't realize my camera was going out on me. I hope that doesn't make it too difficult to see the paint. Criticisms and comments always welcome. thanks.
  13. neatly kewl!
  14. awesomely kewl paints!
  15. kewl!