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  1. Grab Bag of Bones

    I had a week this summer with the family out of town so I did what any self respecting hobbyist does - broke out the paint! The goal was to try a number of new techniques and get a few minis up to tabletop quality. Overall, some successes and failures. I'm pleased with the way the clay golem and the beholder turned out.
  2. So, I realized something about my Frostgrave collection: it's lacking painted Wizards! Something I could easily fix. After the "Into the Breeding Pits" Gnickstarter came in, I scoured my collection for appropriate arcane types. Most had been sitting in boxes unloved for some time. My hope is to be able to run demos with these additions representing various schools. First, the gathering of Schools: A Necromancer Wizard (Reaper Miniatures Darkrasp) His Apprentice (Mage Knight) A Thaumaturge, a Reaper miniature picked up many moons ago for use in D&D 4E's "Revenge of the Giants" game. A Warmage from the old Chainmail line of D&D minis, who I think seems best suited to be an Elementalist: A Summoner from Reaper Bones: A Soothsayer also from Reaper Bones: A Wizard from the Warcrow range, who may instead see use as an Apothecary in the planned Arabian Nights style warband: An Elven Mage, who was also painted when I realize I didn't have any painted Elf Mages for a recent one-shot D&D game (Reaper Bones again) A Heresy Miniatures Wizard, who had his staff lost to the winds of time and replaced with a Warhammer Elven Blade: And last, some of the actual Frostgrave line from Northstar Miniatures. An Elementalist Apprentice: And the set of Beastcrafters:
  3. As the title says, I just started painting miniatures during spring break, having no prior artistic background. I'd read a few tutorials, bought some minis from my FLGS, some brushes and paints from the local corporate megamart, and got to work quickly. I didn't want to make a massive investment going into a new hobby, so I used cheap Apple Barrel paints and bargain brushes, which I understand is A Bad©. Anyways, without further ado, here is 5 weeks worth of progress! Pictures under links since the post maker doesn't like me. 77022: Human Ranger, Michelle Front Back 77282: Vampire Front Back 77309: Crystal Golem Front Back 89018: Sajan, Iconic Monk Front Back 03461: Goldar the Barbarian Front Back 77203: Barnabas, Human Warrior Front Back 77205: Alistrilee Front Back 03715: Erick, Paladin Initiate Front Back 77024: Rogan, Half Orc Rogue Front Back 03734: Andriessa, Female Wizard Front Back 77222: Aaron the Conjuror Front Back 77122: Tierdeleira, Dark Elf Cleric Front Back 89021: Mystic Theurge Front Back These were a lot of fun to paint, and aren't supposed to be anywhere near even tabletop quality. C&C welcome!
  4. Started this guy for last months Resolutionary painting challenge (winter themed figure) but wasn't happy with where he was at the time. not being happy with him didn't stop me from making an ice/ illusion themed sorcerer to use as may 5e D&D Adventurer's League PC.
  5. 77222: Aaron as Brind'Amour

    I took a break from painting my ReaperCon entries to get something done for the "You're Such a Character Contest." The base coats were done earlier but everything else was done today. I wanted to paint something for the contest but did not have time to do the one that I really wanted to. Then I was sorting my Bones II and came accross Aaron and decided to use him to represent Brind'Amour from R.A. Salvatore's The Crimson Shadow. It is a quick, tabletop paint job but I am happy with it as it proved to me that if I put my mind to it, I can do one in a few hours.
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