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  1. This is Reaper's very own lovable version of a monster from a fairly popular RPG. I painted this up to my usual tabletop level, let me know what you think, please.
  2. Hi everyone, it is my great pleasure today to show you my 02712, Eyebeast. It was sculpted by Julie Guthrie and can also be found in the 10031, Dungeon Horrors Box Set. I added tthe eyestalks on each side of its head. The eyestalks are from Reaper Miniatures 03440, Creature Components II. I intend to add some drool dripping from its maw. It should also be part of a diorama of horrors I have in mind.
  3. Here is my 02737, Dung Monster. It was sculpted by Jason Wiebe and can also be found in the 10031, Dungeon Horrors Box Set. Since it's the second time I paint this model, I added four tentacles around its maw to make it look different. The tentacles are from 03334, Creature Components. Here is the LINK to the other one I painted in 2009.
  4. For my latest group of models I wanted to paint some monsters- preferably with tentacles. I thought this "roper" would be easy enough but I decided to spice it up a little on the base. The 'shrooms are just little acorns The kids helped me collect last fall (painted the rounder ones as pumpkins). I really don't know if I put the tentacles in the right spots but I like how dynamic they make this model look.
  5. Sorry in advance for my newbness, I've been painting for a couple years but completely new to posting and taking photos. Here is my most recent project. I clipped a torch off of a goblin pyro to throw on this beasty's base. I have not sealed this one yet. I have a lot I'd like to learn and one of them is how to seal my minis without them getting too shiny or clogging up the details. Well here it is. I do not recall the paints used - I also need to work on tracking what I use especially when mixing paints - but I am pretty sure I used the yellow and orange from the reaper holiday paint set for the torch/osl.
  6. I said I'd introduce this fellow once I was done with my Burrowing Horror, but I need some advice on how to proceed. Here's what it looks like naked (as in unpainted, still SFW): And here's what I've done so far with it: So my questions are, Where did I go wrong? What can I do next to make this look more convincing and natural, whilst maintaining the vivid colors?
  7. "When a powerful spellcaster with a strong personality, a lust for life, and a remorselessly evil soul dies and is buried in a graveyard infused with eldritch magic, a strange phenomenon sometimes occurs. The flesh of the decaying body fats and instructs the very worms that gnaw, and these graveworms quicken not only on corruption but upon the spellcaster’s memories and magical power. The spellcaster’s very soul is consumed in this vile process, only to be split apart to inhabit each of the individual chewing worms in so many fragments. The result is a hideous hive mind of slithering life known as a worm that walks—a mass of worms that clings to the vague shape of the body that granted it this new existence, and can wield the powers and magic the spellcaster had in life. A worm that walks retains memories of its life as a spellcaster before its death, but is not undead—it is a hideous new form of undulant life." --Pathfinder Bestiary 2 WIP thread: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/64949-the-worm-that-walks-satheras-elf-warlock-conversion-project/
  8. This was supposed to be a quick tabletop paint. The eyes and teeth are so numerous that this is a bit of a pain. Not to be taken lightly. Has anyone separated the mini to paint it in pieces and then re-glued it? It would probably be easier. There were places I couldn't get to at all. I'm pretty happy with how gooey and alien this turned out. I wanted to do the eyes in full black (I did blue liner instead) and something about the lack of pupils really works for me. I had real problems painting over the pink at some points. For whatever reason it was on pretty thick. You can see a few of the teeth have bits of flesh mixed in. It works ok, but I would've preferred getting rid of it. In my haste to finish this up, I forgot to paint the insides of the mouth with Burgundy Wine (something I'd decided on in the beginning). I'm real happy with the teeth (where not overly-pink) I went from oiled leather up to leather white (mostly in the VGC bone white). I think they look suitably gross. The skeleton inside was difficult to reach and really And the flaws - the worst mold lines I've ever left on a mini (and I leave most of them on) and a few bald patches where I probably rubbed off/ prevented paint from sticking with my grimy hands. This is a great mini though, and freaks people out even in a quick job. And now the pictures. Oh and the flesh was a mix of VGC Warlord Purple, Old West Rose, Pale Flesh and Burgundy Wine.
  9. My three year son wanted to help me paint my bones. So I gave him the great worm and some blue paint. I figured if it turns out bad I'd just strip it. Well after looking at it, it reminded me of some random blue/orange creature but I don't recall where. So some oranges, yellows, and a red wash later, oh and for giggles alien goo green for the mouth, here it is. It's not really visible in the photos but I spotted some dirt brown around the base and along the side ridges to try and replicate coming out of the ground.