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Found 62 results

  1. 72moonglum

    Stonehaven half orcs

    So here are my next four figures and being I did a WIP for the last Stonehaven figures I painted, I might as well do another. So here are the four I chose.
  2. 72moonglum

    Stonehaven halforc bard and fighter

    So finally got these two finished, the two females first, and now I've got the two males pending to finish. One thing I'm a bit miffed at was that I didn't plan the grass well, so you actually can't see her delightfully painted toenails. Oh well, next time.....
  3. Kuro Cleanbrush

    Leif Rawkinson

    Hey everyone! I feel like such a slacker with my painting lately, but I'm trying hard to get back to full speed! (I realize I said this last time... but, it turns out that I'm getting the wife into the hobby as well, and that makes for more painting time! ) My new job has some blocks on the Reaper Forums, so it'll be hard for me to keep up with things like I used to, but I will try my best to get back involved with the friendliest painting community there is! Anyway, here's my rather rockin' conversion of Stonehaven Miniature's Dwarf Bard: I have loved this mini since I first backed the Kickstarter years ago but haven't managed to paint him until now! Nevertheless, I'm happy I waited until my skills had improved! As always, thanks a bunch for looking!!!
  4. As usual, in the last painting binge, I wound up with a few pieces who didn't group with the others. They're all intended for Frostgrave, but they're more random Soldiers and encounters than anything else. Some group shots: The Barbarian Chief from the recent Gnickstarter: The Trap Expert and Tunnel Fighter from the same source: Some random terrain or Treasure Tokens made from old Warhammer standards: A Bard (Reaper Miniatures) A rather sinister Apothecary, who started life as a Plague Doctor from Reaper's "Pathfinder" line: A bandit test mini, made from the Frostgrave Cultists and Warlord Celts: A Wolf/Dog (Frostgrave official again) An Imp, via Mantic: A group of Harad Abrakhan Guard from the GW LotR line, who are intended as heavies for an Arabian Nights themed warband:
  5. Pingo

    02975: Verana, Bard

    This is a pretty little Dennis Mize sculpt, one of a number of distinctive ones he did with women with long hair swinging to one side. I started her a while ago and finished her up as part of my Conga Line of Doom. I played a bit with her swords -- They are painted with metallic silver but also with some highlights and other things. She's a little Old School, very flat from front to back. The Reaper store picture of her is regrettable. She looks much prettier in reality.
  6. AEdge

    60182: Hakon, Iconic Skald

    Hakon, Iconic Skald. Not much to say about it really. Comments, questions and critique are more than welcome.
  7. I've been hitting a slump in my painting that's been keeping me from these forums for quite a while. I'm trying to regain my rythm and getting some pieces done. This is one of them: Sandru Vhiski from Reaper Pathfinder Miniatures range. I don't really know why I rushed him up the production line. He's somewhat fitting for a character I'm playing in a DnD game, although yet he's not. Perhaps he's a good fit for a future character? Sadly he ended up somewhat flat.
  8. evilcoatrack

    77078: Astrid, Female Bard (Bones)

    I finished up the last of a group of female adventurers I have been working on all in the same color scheme. Here's Astrid, whom I previously painted as a drow.
  9. Hey! I painted the models Saramonde, Crusaders Chronicler and Kyla, Bounty Hunter! And HERE you will find a post on my blog!
  10. Kangaroorex

    DSM housecat Bard

    And because I shouldn't miss one (I did have a run on the critters) this is one of the dark sword miniatures critters from their latest kickstarter. these are a little more posed than the Oathsworn critters but they still have a lot of personality and can add quite a bit of fun to the workbench. (especially after 54 tyranids in 12 hours). this fellow has learned the art of fighting and drinking and become a true expert. I had a good time with the reds on the tunic and tried a little bit of freehand on the inside of the cloak. Styles and patterns on clothing don't come easy for me as I prefer my clothing rich toned natural and unpatterned. but this guy was just begging for a little color on the inside of the cloak so I gave it a shot. Enjoy!
  11. SGHawkins09

    60011: Lem, Iconic Halfling Bard

    Quick tabletop job for a friend. Crappy pictures as I did not have time to get out the good stuff so my Table War case and iPad had to stand in. Coat looks off in the photos as my friend requested a shimmery coat so I did a metallic wash. In person it looks fantastic.
  12. CoolAliasHere

    03433 - Corim the Kestrel, Gnome Sorcerer

    Zed, the Gnome Bard Extraordinaire! He has the gift of gab,and a quick wit! If he can't talk his way out of trouble, a quick illusion or two, and POOF! he's gone like the wind! This was my first real attempt at OSL. Overall, I think it came out pretty good. Obviously I have some work to do on getting right. However, when I sent the WIP pick to my buddy I was painting it for, he flipped! He thought it was amazing, so I decided to call it. In the picture, I can see where I may have lightened it a little too much. I am still happy with the way he turned out, being my first real attempt at something like this. I hope you enjoy him as much as I did painting him! I give you, Corim Kestrel as ZED THE EXTRAORDINAIRE!! And as always, CC is welcomed and appreciated! CAH
  13. Some washed out photos, mostly of the new soldier types introduced in "Frostgrave: Thaw of the Lich Lord" I blame Jonas for my inability to get good shots this time around:
  14. Just finished up a commission for a new D&D player at my local shop. I'm not totally comfortable with drow skin and white hair, but I'm fairly happy with how it came out:
  15. Mierot

    02391: Kimberlee the Fair

    Kimberlee spent a few years patiently reading and sitting on my paint table waiting her turn. I slowly added leftover green stuff to her base over the months, then recently realized I had no space left to fill. She looked at me, I looked at her, then put the fighter I was about to paint down and focused on her. She is indeed fair. I freehanded the floor boards for fun.
  16. Does anyone know of any minis playing an accordion? The only one I've found so far is the Mousling squeezebox player in the tavern set. Doesn't have to be human, this band is already multi-species… I'll use the mouse if there's no other option, I'd just prefer a full-size accordion. Thanks!
  17. I painted a couple figures for my campaign while I was finishing off my lion and cookpot. The bard is 02186: Alfred Redlute by Sandra Garrity. The party bard is human, and plays him as a tattooed rockstar. He even has tattoo artist as his downtime profession. Of course I have no freehand skills, so instead I gave him a red band/mask to give the general feel of a tattooed character. We had discussed painting his face like a member of Kiss, but again, no freehand ability. It isn't obvious from the pictures, but I did actually paint his eyes and pupils, and the right side at least turned out well. The bard was miscast, but fortunately the seam isn't too visible, other than along the blade and the left side of his face. The facepaint helps downplay that, so it doesn't look too bad. I wish now I had gone with a different colour for the trousers, the colour is too close to the gold trim on his tunic. Also, I should have dabbed some gem colours onto his necklace, it doesn't really stand out next to the flesh and leather strap. It's a really nice figure, I wish I could do it proper justice, but it looks good on the table. I also skimped on the base because I was rushed. The mini is glued to a Dungeon Crawler base, I got their vampire bundle with their last kickstarter and got a ton of them. They are great, he can connect a torch or driftglobe, so we don't lose track of who is carrying a light. Although, as currently the only human in the party, it's always him. Still, it is handy for me as the DM to adjudicate surprise. His hair is brown with some reddish highlights, even though it seems almost grey in the pictures. The gnoll is the bones figure, 77012: Gnoll Warrior by Tre Manor. Ironic note, I hadn't seen Adrift's version until looking up the mini for this post, so I didn't know how closely the clothing colour scheme is. His is more orange vs. my gold, but still, very similar. I tried to capture the spotted look of hyenas, they have very random seeming spots so I tried hard to not repeat myself. It was definitely hit and miss, some spotting looks great, others not so much. I decided not to paint his eyes, hyena eyes are basically black anyway. I also tinted his ears pink like the inside of a dog or cat's ears. I like how it turned out, but it's not very hyena-like. His base colour is 09061 linen white, if I had more time I could have darkened up a few areas since hyenas aren't monochromatic, but there's a small enough area of hide showing that it doesn't look too bad. For some reason the brush on sealer stripped the paint in a few spots. Along the front straps and the back of his skirt are the most obvious spots, though it came off in a few areas. Maybe I didn't let it dry long enough. Hopefully I'll get back to it and touch up those areas. I like the colour I wound up with for his base. Just for fun I painted it with 09670 Pumpkin Orange I got as a promo colour with an order last year. It is a fantastic pumpkin colour, but was too bright so I mixed it with pure black and washed it over top. It ended up with an almost volcanic look, something I want to play around with in the future.
  18. Malakai Sorrowsbane is my friend's tiefling bard in a short 5e campaign we're playing. Modifications were done by klarg1. With this, I've painted up a miniature for all the players and the DM. I will give them to the players to take home after the final session. DM Mini Kerri Windrivver The Dwarf The Paladin The Ranger Malakai Sorrowsbane
  19. Drifter

    77078 - Astrid, Female Bard

    Just finished my third or fourth bones figure, and I'm slowly getting used to the material now Her face looks far nicer in person. My camera picked up all the roughness in it >.>
  20. This is my 'bard' for May's resolutionary painting challenge. He's from Grenadiers' old 'Future Warriors' range by Mark Copplestone. Normally, I wouldn't consider him done 'cause he's not based, but I have a few other band members from the same range; I haven't decided yet if I want to use them all together in a vignette/diorama, so I left him unbased. Heck, he's not even glued to the base yet. Some notes: I tried some freehand on the front of his t-shirt. I used decals for the back and his tattoo. I did a few glazes to try and blend it in to the skin on his arm. Please tell me that you can make out what the shirt says without checking the spoiler.
  21. Pingo

    89012: Lem, Iconic Bard

    Back for the January Bones Beauty Contest I painted up a half dozen or so Bones halflings and gnomes (and enough more metal halflings to make a baker's dozen, but they will get shown later). This is Lem, Iconic Bard. I painted his facial expression after a particular mischievous and charming nephew of mine. I played a flute like his in school; the reflections on the flute are all painted on.
  22. aku-chan

    The Singing Gnome

    The Gnome Bard by Stonehaven, not sure why she's singing to a bush, she just is. Something simple I've painted up between other things, but I'm rather pleased with how she came out. Comments and criticisms are, as always, most appreciated.
  23. She has an odd face. After I primed her (well, brownlined her) I couldn't shake the notion that she was singing, deep in concentration on a note. So I painted her with her eyes shut, singing. Her shield is a wee little thing. I painted a French horn on it as a device. She was painted for the January Bones Beauty Pageant and I kind of rushed her at the end. I thought I would go back and fix her hair, but perhaps I will just leave her as a nice tabletop figure.
  24. Elliwyn is my entry into the "Little People" Bones Beauty Pagent. I started her at the January meeting of NEMPA and finished her today. (I spent far too long on her for such a silly paint job.) I originally picked the colors to torment Qwyksilver, who was waxing poetic about color wheels at the time. I also originally tried to give her blue skin by mixing the hair color with a skin color, but it just looked too weird, so I painted over it - but not fully, as you can see - for an interesting effect. I mostly dug around in my paint collection for the brightest colors I had. The hair is Surf Aqua, tunic is Breast Cancer Awareness Pink, gloves and shoes are Jade Green (originally Alien Goo, but it was too bright). Shield is VGC Warlord Purple + Red Ink.
  25. MissTea

    77031: Cassie Gnome Wizard

    So this is Pennies a gnome bard ( I still need to finish her character sheet before I can play her) my fourth mini painted in my first month of painting, I finished her on Wednesday night and she's also over in the little people beauty pageant. I think she's my favourite so far. Again her photo is a bit blurry (I used my iPhone to do them just to get them posted, generally I'm quite impatient). Any advice or points are welcome.
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