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  1. ungoreatstefan

    A Chance Encounter

    Finally completed this diorama I've been working on. I'm pretty well pleased with it, though I've debated adding some more wild grass to the setup to make it more wilderness. I had a lot of fun making it, the only downside is I had so much fun with it and now I'm eager to start another project but I'm not sure what to paint next! I wish I had a better camera than my smart phone and a better place to take photos, so these will have to do!
  2. ungoreatstefan

    Red Box Barbarian and Orc Brute

    Hi all, here's another WIP that I've started. These are two miniatures I received from two separate Red Box Games kickstarters. A barbarian and an orc. Here they are primed and ready for some paint. Front view Skin Base Coat and Fur Base Coat on the barbarian, and the still drying skin on the orc The orc brute is a slight conversion, I used one of the spare heads from the orc warlord on the head of the orc brute for a more menacing look. I can't wait to get this orc painted up because I can just envision him dragging that cruel and jagged blade on the ground as he approaches a foe (probably the barbarian!) Thanks for looking! I'm hoping you enjoy the ride as I work through this duo during the week.
  3. CashWiley

    Svetlana - Red Box Games

    Here's Svetlana, a limited edition Kickstarter mini from Tre's first KS. My first attempt at a more display like wood base, also my first use of grass (blah). Bark rocks, might be cherry, not my usual ash (I just hunt around the woodpile mostly). Very enjoyable sculpt to paint despite the casting issues. WIP here.
  4. So finally finished my quartet of figures from an old Ral Partha set of adventurers. Finished up the basing this morning at around four, woke up out of the blue and got working on it. Finished the last touches up on the shield, which I'm okay with even though I seem to have an odd pattern with shields of just painting faces on them. I've done that with a drow figure, a gnoll, and some dwarf chick, who had a goblin with his head removed at the shoulders. Anyhow, happy to finally have this done. Next will be to work on the four clerics I've got sitting out there.
  5. So finally got three of the four figures from this old Ral Partha set finished, and I'm reasonably happy with the figures even if not so much with the photography. I've still got the Northern barbarian, AKA the most boring miniature in the world to finish, but hopefully I'll get to work on him some more this weekend. Anyhow, enjoy!
  6. Silvervane

    Wulfgar - Forgotten Realms Set

    Well, here we go with another installment in my Ral Partha Forgotten Realms Miniature Set, Wulfgar son of Beornegar. For the Icewind Dale fans out there, I realize now I could have gone with my same basing method but changed the color to white. Here are some links to previous characters I've finished from the set [Bruenor] [Alias] [Elminster] Thanks for viewing.
  7. papadage

    Goldar (77047)

    Here he is last night, base coated and washed. Goldar, Male Barbarian (77047) - 0001.jpg And finished and based, with some Testors Dullcote: Goldar, Male Barbarian (77047) - 0005.jpg Goldar, Male Barbarian (77047) - 0006.jpg If I was to critique myself, I would say that it's time to try a bit more blending on my next one, with an intermediate highlight, and maybe some small extreme hightlights. My highlights were too light, so I had to go back with a flesh wash and blue wash to bring them down a bit. I will also remember to paint the eyes early. I am getting the hang of dilution, but probably need to be less afraid of wasting paint, since the little dabs I work with tend to not be fully mixed, so are weak and chalky. I'll start working with more figures at once so I can use the excess paint next time.
  8. My first goblinaid goblin painted. I can't quite remember what mix of greens I used for the skin. I know the basecoat was HD Turf Green. As a side note, the HD colors do work pretty well. One coat over a black primer, and it had good coverage. I was surprised. I tried to use different leather colors for all the different leather bits. The inner bit of his cloak is CDA barbarian leather. Tanned shadow for his loincloth. I used a Scale75 paint for the boots. Not a huge fan. They seperate out pretty badly. I had to open it up and mix it with a barbecue skewer to get it properly mixed. Even then, it was thicker than most mini paints I've used. Even thicker than Citadel paints. The fur accents on the boots and the cuffs are a base of slate grey from Scale 75, with rainy gray drybrushed over. Base on the back of the cloak was dark shadow, with dark skin as the highlight, and Citadel Nuln oil to darken areas. The base was done using Happy Seppuku's broken earth stamp. Primed it black, painted Reaper PP volcano brown into the cracks, and then Ginger Cookie over the top. In hindsight, I probably should have gone with something that was more of a light brown rather than tan. Ah well. Still doesn't look too bad.
  9. reversednormals

    Barbarian Woman

    This is the second mini that I have painted since getting back into it (I messed around with the craft a bit as a kid). I painted her to use as a character my wife and I rolled up, Peony Bangcutter, the barbarian hairstylist. I still have to figure out what to do for a base. I'd also like to go back and do some better highlighting for the skin. Critiques and feedback are welcome. The minis is: 03079: Nyree, Female Pit Fighter
  10. I painted up the Barbarian Babe sculpted by Patrick Keith. I was thinking of the snows of Cimeria while painting this one. We saw him hawking the babes on the floor at GenCon. Unfortunately I lost the tassle on her sword somewhere along the way. I also picked up some of the lovely Impact Miniatures line while at GenCon. I was really disappointed with the quality control. After I got home I found the minis were pretty poorly cast. This was the best of the lot. The only visible problem left on this one is tip of one of the shoulder pads is just completely missing. You might be able to see how bad the hour glass is if you look closely. Some of the other pieces were quite a bit worse. I will post pics later. I'm still trying to repair it. I thought the line of chibi figures from the old animated series "Dungeons and Dragons" were a terrific idea but I think I will pass now. Last of all here's Bob Ridolphi's wonderful Succubus sculpt. I am really happy with this piece. Bob is a great guy and a terrific sculptor.
  11. bobthebobish

    Ghosts and Chainsaws and Muscle!

    Finished a few more reaper bones that I forgot to post silly me! We are using the chainsaw chick above and the barbarian below in our Warhammer quest games with much hapiness. And of course the bones were a perfect source of ghosts for that very same game. Hope my FLGS will be able to stock bones again soon. On the other hand I can't blame reaper if they want to take a little well deserved vacation :P
  12. Lathula, Female Barbarian, Reaper 03019, sculpted by Ben Siens, painted by me. I like half-orcs. They always seem to be painted with black hair, but I figured since orcs don't have hair it would be the human parent who provides the hair color. So why not a redhead? I didn't paint her hair shiny, though, because it kind of looks greased up and pulled back. I used this figure in my tutorial on how to paint illusionistic grass.
  13. Darius Glenwell

    Red Box Games Barbarian

    FINALLY finished up one of my own minis last week. Happy to say it was one of Tre' Manor's! Love his work.
  14. I recently concluded a Savage Worlds campaign set in Adon (Reaper's own fantasy setting.) I made the mistake of opening up all of the races to the players, and ended up with quite a, um, diverse group. Still, it gave me an excuse to paint up custom figures for each of them. The colors were chosen according to the players' wishes. All of the miniatures are stock except for the barbarian (his axe haft was way too thin and broke off, so I pinned the head and sculpted new wood around it) and the dwarf (I converted his hammer out of the original axe to fit the character.) From left to right, they were: San'jon, a Mongkohn (Reptus) priest of Payanak, seeking evidence of Mongkohn in the north (the campaign took place in Vestonia and Anhur.) Vi-et, a Koblorlas exiled for refusing to accept the will of the pack regarding his future (he showed shamanic abilities, but had no desire to follow that path.) Oro Jarnvald, a dwarven Runeforger from Kragmarr (custom spellcasting style in which a dwarf can cast a limited number of spells, but only by imbuing his weapons and armor with runes and releasing the power through them.) Komac, a barbarian from Heimdall looking to discover his own worth.
  15. redambrosia

    Savage Dragon Conversion

    My brother in law made a pathfinder character which looks like savage dragon, and of course there are no savage dragon minis. So he requested one of me. Goldar ended up being a great mini for him, just added a fin (which I've been getting practice at), switched out his axe for a spear, and added a naga head to his belt. Whatever species the character is worships nagas, and his guy is evil, so he killed one and carries it around as a trophy. Unfortunately the camera washed out the colour on him. The green is much brighter, and has more highlights, and the naga head is a bit grayer. Cause it's dead and decayed. Comments, critique, suggestions all appreciated. Before I send it to Wyoming.
  16. This is one of the male characters in my RPG adventure group.
  17. JackMann

    02924 Bertok, Barbarian (L2PK4)

    Finished up the first half of Learn to Paint Kit 4, and gotten him based. I used a stick and some Army Painter wasteland tufts to liven up the base. Dunno about the tufts on the stick. Thinking that might have been a mistake. The axe came out better than I'd hoped. It's probably my best metallic weapon thus far. My attempted highlight on his eye patch came out... less awesomely. I still don't know what's going on with his obliques. I just... I don't think muscles are supposed to do that. He should really see a cleric about that. Here you can get a better look at his oddly snobbish expression. "Oh, please, Ungor. Don't tell me you brought a mace to a pillaging. Those are so last year." "You have to accessorize, of course. I wouldn't be caught dead without my leather bag and rope. And how do you like my dagger? I think it goes smashingly with the axe, don't you?"
  18. This is a fun sculpt by Ben Siens. She's a half orc, maybe a little grotesque but not completely unattractive. I'm actually pretty far along on her. I had a whole day (luxury!) to paint minis last week and got a good start on her, along with some other fun stuff. So all her base coats are done. I painted the arms separately and have only just glued her together. She is glued to a fender washer as a base, as she is a little front-heavy and her regular base is a little narrow front-to-back.
  19. badocter

    02924: Bertok the Anabolic

    Just finished this guy from Learn to Paint Kit #4. This dude is one strength potion away from exploding. C&C welcome.
  20. Sentient Bean

    03113: Conwyn, Male Barbarian

    The best defense is a good offense! Good opportunity to muck around with the belt gems.
  21. ObsidianCrane

    02670: Ulric Bloodclub

    My last mini of 2012! (Yes the paint was still drying when 2013 started :)) Happy New Year!! Painted for tabletop, aside from the freehand on the kilt this guy was kept very simple, 2-3 shades for each colour, lots of drybrushing and a wash here and there and he was done. I love the face and hair on the mini, but the musculature is kind of strange. The base is intended to be a rock poking out of sand, hence the lack of greenery. Photos are not great, I may redo them once I can charge my camera for posting to the Inspiration Gallery.
  22. CashWiley

    02924: Bertokk, Barbarian (L2PK4)

    This was a tough one, as following the Buglips the Goblin official order of L2PKs (1,2,4,5,3) we only have Kit 1's metal method (tm Doug Marks). Which is really the only way I ever painted metallics, and it's pretty prehistoric. Other than that I'm ok with how Bertokk came out, pretty fast for me - about three sessions of two hours each. http://www.reapermini.com/forum/index.php?/topic/46281-opengroup-wip-l2pk4/?p=657486'>WIP here.
  23. ObsidianCrane

    02924: Bertok, Barbarian (L2PK-4)

    OK so here is my finished take on Bertok. I'd love to get feedback on the NMM, its attempt number 4 at the technique and I still don't think I've got it right. Strangely there are some spots on him where I think I've done (by accident) an ok SENMM.
  24. Leader of the Rats

    65016 Kjell Bloodbear

    Nice mini to paint, quick and easy. Unfortunately mine had a terrible cast mistake on his face, I did my best to clean it up but the right eye is pretty much nonexistant. I considered resculpting the whole face but I just didn't want to spend that much time on it. Practiced my freehand with the tartan. Turned out ok I think. New metal recipe, don't think I'll keep it. Comments, critism and suggestions welcome.
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