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  1. I plan on posting something a little more friendly looking very shortly. coughwyrmgeardragoncough but in the mean time I painted this for fun and practice! Also would take some advice on dealing with small details like a face. On this miniature it was nearly impossible to just paint specific details of the face without smooshing the entire face with paint. I'd wanted to give the figure blood red eyes. That didn't work out and I ended up painting over the face in white to start over again. I do overall like how this miniature turned out. The bones aren't crispy perfect white, the clothes look like a creature that's been walking through mud and dirt for a long time. Didn't know how to paint the base so I went with some of my extra black wash which worked out as it sort of made it look like it was standing on bone. Tried a new technique on the scythe. I did the base coat as filigree silver, then I did a paint of dragons blood red, then when that dried i went over it again with the black wash to give it this dried blood effect. A technique that is probably standard but one I personally just learned by experimenting!
  2. robinh

    Spring Exchange for Hiddenone32

    The minis below where my exchange minis for Hiddenone32. I apparently boxed them up too well as he received the package, unboxed and posted that he liked the Giant Were Rat.... no mention of the scarecrow! After replying to his post and mentioning that there was a second painted mini he searched the paper towels I had used as padding and discovered the scarecrow. Thankfully he had not cleaned up after the unboxing! First is 77292 Giant Wererat! And next is the scarecrow with his goody bag 77211 Guantfield Enjoy! Comments and critques are always welcome.
  3. viking_hank

    gauntfield 77211 bones

    this mini was fun to paint. gauntfield had lots of detail and hardly no mold lines or flashing. I painted him dark to blend in with the background on a spooky night in the grave yard. I think the bones crew got it completely right with this mini.
  4. DocPiske

    This is Halloween...

    First, Gauntfield: Rotpatch: Family out trick or treating. I think I might have to get enough of these for an army... A lovely couple out for Halloween. The smaller figure is from the Wizards of the Coast Ravenloft board game. Strahd from the same board game. I don't really like this version of Strahd. Hag from the same: Graveyard Spirit from Malifaux, alternate coloration. Painted this one at the paint and take at Origins. Haven't fixed it up since getting home. The primer was a bit grainy. Happy Halloween!
  5. "And it's so easy when you're evil This is the life, you see The Devil tips his hat to me I do it all because I'm evil And I do it all for free Your tears are all the pay I'll ever need." -Voltaire (the modern mucian, not the 17th Century writer) "When You're Evil." So there was something about Gauntfield that really attracted me. It wasn't just that he looked evil, but that he looked so damn happy about it. There was something very joyful about the sculpt - that and the lines of action on it really made me want to paint it. So I did. In particular I wanted to do him up in very "autumn" colors - a lot of varying browns, a lot of red, and a bit of orange. I took a number of pictures from a few different angles: Incidentally, the spots on the underside of his hat in picture 2 was a bit of the metallic that got there. I covered it after the pictures, but it wasn't worth taking a new one, I think. Questions, comments, and criticisms welcome!
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