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  1. I painted a sea hag for a D&D session and she murdered a party member! My camera sucks so the pics are really fuzzy. Oh well, she was scary in the game.
  2. I've been painting this for a few weeks, but haven't posted any of my progress photos. I'll be posting things soon. For more info on this project, you can check out my request for help thread here where I discuss a few issues. Here are the descriptions I've been basing my paint job on. I've decided to make my interpretation sliiiightly further along in the change, because... we'll it's already going to be difficult. Photos soon.
  3. I got the Sea Hag in a bonus pack during last year's Hallowe'en promotion and just got around to painting her up. (Well, starting to paint her up anyway.) Thankfully I looked up Pingo's WIP thread where she commented on some of the details I'd missed, like the starfish on the back of the left leg and the crab on the back of the right arm! (Although I did clue in to the octopus... I'm blind, but not that blind... ) This makes two Julie Guthrie sculpts in a row for me (the last one was the Christmas hoard dragon) and I gotta say, I'm loving her work more with each one. So many details, but of just the right size and style that they're incredibly fun to paint rather than being tedious. And really forgiving of the terrible paint jobs I'm applying! I should point out that I'm still at the stage of finish up the base coats and starting to sketch in highlights. I'm not quite this incompetent. First, the obligatory front and back view: And now a few close-ups of the details! I broke out the big camera and the macro lens for these... please forgive the horrifyingly awful paint jobs you'll see. The crab on the back of the right arm: The starfish on the back of the left leg: The octopus on the left arm: (And yes I realise I missed like half of the top tentacle. Imma fix that in a few.) Anywho... Thoughts? Suggestions on colour scheme? Etc.
  4. 77277: Mab Grindylow 77353: Ursula, Dwarven Bear Rider 77345: Mushroom Men 77275: Kelpies 77276: Sea Hag 77212: Tiik Baron ?????: Sir Daniel?
  5. I was inspired by the arrival of the Krackatoans from Dragon Bait, and decided to paint up a bunch of related sea folk. Almost all are from Bones, except the Spikeshells, who are the metal incarnation. A knot of Squogs: The Toad Demon: The Tiik Baron: The Sea Hag, with greenstuff-mended Squiddy (I thought he was a blob of miscast and then I saw a painted version...after I had sliced his head off...) The Spikeshells (in metal): Kelpies, (links for Barbie-like NSFW nudity) https://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpl1/t31.0-8/12764326_10153308168255636_8677607774558033853_o.jpg https://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpl1/t31.0-8/12764568_10153308168265636_5435427177767942254_o.jpg Mab Grindylow (again linked for nekkid) https://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xtp1/v/t1.0-9/12743713_10153308168850636_8999898210468005567_n.jpg?oh=420f356e9604c94aae39d16c69c6c1d6&oe=575AB32F https://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xtp1/v/t1.0-9/12745464_10153308168855636_98530089735032765_n.jpg?oh=c1939b3e26e25550c4587ab79ebdfbc7&oe=5766DC4A
  6. 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.
  7. This is the Bones Sea Hag. She was pretty fun to paint. Lots of little details on her - 2 starfish, a crab, and an octopus.