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Found 130 results

  1. CoolAliasHere

    77043 Eye Beast WIP

    Here is what is on my table at the moment. He is going to be the general for one of two factions my PCs are having to deal with. He leads an army of aberrations that they will have to deal with. He's been blast to paint so for, and torturous as well. I have a hard time with eyes, so this has been a huge challenge so far. I need to clean up the smaller eyes, and bring out some of the highlights on body, the teeth, as well as finish the base. CAH
  2. CoolAliasHere

    Ralshana, Dragonborn Paladin of Justice

    This is Ralshana, a Dragonborn Paladin serving the ideal of justice. This was done for a friend of mine to represent her character in our D&D 5th game. In truth, Ralshana uses a greatsword, but I couldn't find a halfdragon with one. Other than that, I think I captured the nature of the character. I am really pleased with how she came out, though my picture taking skills are somewhat lacking. I took great pains to highlight the scales of her body, as well as the scales on her armor. Some of that gets lost in the picture. I'm still learning about light diffusion and such. I hope you like her! And as always, CC are always welcome. Ralshana (front): Ralshana (back): There was a crack in the sculpt that I noticed, after I had primed and based her. Not sure how I missed it. I was out of greenstuff, so I just kind of went with it. CAH
  3. Pingo

    03566: Valloa, Elf Thief

    Looks like I forgot to post this little beauty from the year-end Conga Line of Doom. This is Julie Guthrie's Valloa, Elf Thief, SKU 03566 from Reaper. Something happened to my original set of photos. These were taken after she was varnished and she is a little satin-finished, making it a little harder to see the painted shiny leather effects. I really like this figure.
  4. This is one of the first minis I bought after coming back to the hobby after a twenty-year hiatus. I started her, then stalled for a long time, then finished her off as part of my year-end Conga Line. She's a nice figure.
  5. This is another figure from my Conga Line. She was one of my earliest purchases after coming back to the hobby, but it took me a while to finish her. I love all the pretty little details Julie Guthrie sculpted onto her. I enjoyed playing with fabric transparency in an entirely family-friendly way. ETA: Oh hey, I just noticed she's the first Pathfinder figure I've painted.
  6. I stumbled across this tonight. But apparently it was released last week. Am I the only one who hadn't seen this yet? First of a new series of seasonal spirits. Looks like it was released at the same time as the Ranger "Flat", which I have seen talked about on the forums.
  7. Pingo

    77276: Sea Hag by Pingo

    Here's a fun Bones figure by Julie Guthrie. She is covered with sea life: kelp, barnacles, a small octopus on her left elbow, a starfish on her left calf at the back, and a little crab on her right forearm at the back. She has great lines as a piece of sculpture. WIP threads here and here.
  8. These 2 had not been photographed together before even if they are from the same set. The two were not painted at the same time, and I don't think I realized they even were a set at the time, since the colors and bases are different. I remember being very happy with the horse and the blue horse shroud thing when I painted it 20+ years ago. Grenadier 709 - Mounted Knight with Yeoman
  9. Chaoswolf

    Grenadier male human thief

    This figure was sculpted for Grenadier in 1991 by Julie Guthrie. If I remember correctly, he's a thief, but I think he'd also work well as a pirate, although he's based in a rather non-nautical fashion. I tried something different when I did his skin, how do you think it looks? He's done to table top level; C&C is welcome.
  10. Silvervane

    77195: Mr. Bones by Silvervane

    Here is my attempt to paint up Mr Bones from KS1 in a similar color to the artwork. Basing is rather simple. I thought I would have him walking a path like he did in the KS. My Dullcote must be almost gone as there still appears to be a shine that kills the shadows, especially on the back. Well time for a shopping trip to pick up some more. If I feel the need I'll hit is with another coat of a new can and retake photos. Thanks for looking. As always C&C are welcome.
  11. 02992 Jack O'Lanterns and Pumpkins byTim Kaufman and Sandra Garrity 03326 Guard Dog by Jason Wiebe 03671 Pack Donkey by Julie Guthrie 03122 Tombstones by Various 02494 Sir Aidin of Ivy Crown by Sandra Garrity 03563 Tinley Female Wizard by Patrick Keith 02045 Torin The Stealthy by Sandra Garrity 02655 Townsfolk III Madam by Bobby Jackson What if the Scooby-Doo gang played Dungeons and Dragons? Scooby might play a Ranger, Shaggy a Rogue, Freddy a Paladin, Daphne a Cleric, Velma a Mage, and of course the Mystery Machine would be a Pack Donkey. Velma: "Jinkies! The Mystery Mule lost a shoe." Daphne: "Maybe there's a ferrier at that castle?" Freddy: "Scooby and Shaggy can scout out the castle and see if there's a blacksmith." Shaggy: "Like NO Way man, I'm not going through no spooky graveyard to some old creepy castle, uh Uh." Scooby: "Mree rethier! I did my best to stay true to the character's colors for identification.
  12. Parodius

    77007: Ghost

    Hi ! My first Bones mini for test (after Cthulhu) :) ... A really simple paint, and super cool mini :
  13. This is Julie Guthrie's sea hag, part of the core set of the Reaper Bones II Kickstarter. To begin with, I cleaned up the flash some, scrubbed her with soap and warm water, and primed her with Reaper's Brown Liner. When that had dried nicely I painted up her flesh with a pale sky blue and layered first a brick red color, then a pale yellow on her base for sand color.
  14. Hey friends, I opted to try and do something I've never done before and use sepia tones to emphasize the sorrow of this scene. I wanted to bring out the sadness of the medusa's face for my interpretation of the scene as the medusa begins to succumb to the circumstances of her own curse and begins to transition into a statue herself. It was something new to try and I'm pleased to have challenged myself with a different type of scene using limited colors and trying to complement the scene with a drastic contrast. Overall, it was a fun experiment.
  15. Marvin

    Ridley Darkedge, Male Rogue

    Here's one with which I wound up pretty happy. Julie Guthrie's Ridley Darkedge, Male Rogue. I even kind of gave him eyes. Sort of. Bit of a flaw around the crown of his head, didn't smooth out right, accidentally totally obscured it in the pictures, and it was beyond my skills as a fixer of minis. Love this sculpt all the same, though. Thanks for looking!
  16. paedia

    89001: Pathfinder Red Dragon

    My take on the Pathfinder Red Dragon. I wanted to go for a temple ruin in the middle of the Jungle vibe.
  17. Comments, critiques, throwing your brushes at the stage are all appreciated. Started painting up the 89001: Pathfinder Red Dragon by Julie Guthrie from the Bone I Kickstarter. Clean up wasn't too bad. The dorsal fins were a bit tricky to figure out. I stuck the wings and tail in boiling water, shaped them and then dunked them in cold water to set. It ended up taking two nights of forming to get them where I wanted. Painting has caused them to spread slightly but i think some time with summer sun and rubber bands with put them back where I want them after painting. Did some green stuff work on the joints. Some of the scales came out awesome others not so much. In retrospect, if this was a bigger dragon I need to spend a little more time on blending the wing joints. Started out with 09277 Spattered Crimson for the scales shadow. Did a little bit of experimenting with bringing the red off the wing bones into the patagium. Ended up with about 3 thin coats before I moved up to 09278 Gory Red and 09279 Fresh Blood. Threw a little Lava Orange on the patagium and 09143 Yellowed Ivory (bottle says Yellowed bone) just to see how I liked it. before I called it a night. I like how the orange came out, Definitely need to go back a feather out the red and do a better job on getting the orange even. The Yellowed bone came out less yellow than I'd like, going to have to do some experimenting on that. Probably going to purple/grey for the inside the mouth. Thinking about black marble for the skull/stones. Also need to figure out the belly scales, may be some more orange involved.
  18. Silvervane

    01539: Gil

    I present to you Gil. My next installment in Bonesylnanian Halloween Chibi's. Also an experiment in cool highlights and warm shadows. Thanks in advance for and C&C you feel inspired to give.
  19. Flamehawke

    14532: Aislinn, Shadow Tracker

    My ShadowTracker, though I am calling her a SunTracker.
  20. Silvervane

    01538: Lon - Chibi Werewolf

    Here is one of my RCon 15 entries, Lon the Chibi Werewolf. Normally I don't go this extreme with base. But I had an idea and had to go with it. Thanks for any C&C you feel inspired to post. For those attending RCon '15, I hope to see you there.
  21. Normally I'd title this a little simpler but Marineal's gorgeous Tiik Champion is nearby and I'd rather people not confuse the two. So this is my Tiik Champion. Nothing fancy about the basing; it's on a 1.5-inch fender washer for extra stability, painted illusionistically like sand. WIP thread here.
  22. I'm painting up some aquatic PCs and monsters for upcoming ocean adventures. I had primed and glued these to fender washers for bases last year, but only just got started painting them. At that time I was priming Bones with a mixed brown of Burnt Umber and Titanium White, then washing over them with Burnt Umber to bring out the details. These days I think using just plain Reaper's Brown Liner is simpler and works better. The two Tiik Warriors are based on one-inch washers and the Champion is on a 1.5-inch washer. One fish-man is going to be greenish. I'm not really basing it on any actual fish species, although I may refer to pictures later. I glazed a pure Iron Oxide Yellow on the bases to begin to build up a sandy color. Then I washed over that with a much less saturated color with a similar value, a fairly complex mixed warm brown a little like a flesh tone.
  23. Whenever I take pictures of my new paint jobs I try to get some snapshots of my older minis too. So here is Rafm 3721 Ice Dragon Yearling, painted in 1994. We didn't like the gaping holes in the wings, so we filled those with putty. You can see the not so great patch job in the photos. And here is Grenadier 9904 Skeletal Dragon sculpted by Julie Guthrie, painted around 1994. It had suffered some damage, so I recently glued it together and patched up the paint job.
  24. I spend less than 2 hours on this guy. He was the practice mini in James Wappel's Advanced Glazing class at ReaperCon this year. The brush that is pictured is the brush used to paint him. Wappel likes using cheap craft brushes since they are affordable and since he gave one that is what I used. This fellow was based and primed whitish by Wappel before class and we spend the class mostly applying glazes or glazes mixed with some thicker colors for things like spots. It was a lot of fun. For those interested in the base, Wappel has a blog post with the process. He also has two posts showing his process on the example minis that he prepainted for the class.
  25. This is an aquatic beast form I'm painting up for a shapeshifting PC. I primed it last year and started painting it last week. My creature had a tendency to topple over backwards, so I glued it to a one-inch fender washer, then primed it with a light brown mixed from Burnt Umber and Titanium White and washed it with thinned-down Burnt Umber (I have since last year changed my priming technique to using straight thinned-down Reaper Brown liner on Bones; much simpler, and obscures less detail). The first thing I did was wash over it with a transparent deep green mixed from Phthalo Green and Burnt Sienna. The color is pretty intense, but it's so transparent it lets the brown show through. I also left the creature brown in some areas. Later I brushed a fairly complex medium green mix (iirc, Phthalo Green, Hansa yellow Opaque, Burnt Sienna, Yellow Iron Oxide, and Titanium White) over parts of the creature, rather roughly, and laid in a sandy yellow color over its base. Later I glazed a very, very little Phthalo Blue (it's a color that overwhelms if one isn't careful) over parts of the creature. Most recently I took a pale mixed green (Phthalo Blue, Hansa Yellow Opaque, and Titanium White) and started laying in more careful highlights and shaping.
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