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  1. Taking a break from army painting to finish up Victoriana. Next step is to finish up the NMM on her various brass tools. Then painting the lenses on her hat. After that, its time to do a freehand pattern on the carpet bag and plaid on her suit.
  2. Mckenna35

    Bombshell Miniatures Doom Bunny +1

    Speed painted to send off to a Niece who really like rabbits. Hopefully she likes these! Doom Bunny from Bombshell Miniatures: and a Vorpal Bunny. I've had these guys for a very long time. Made of resin. Came in a bag with about a dozen or more in it. Long forgotten who manufactured them: Sorry for the pics! Finished the wash on the Doom Bunnies Axe and then snapped a few quick pics before packing them up to go in the mail.
  3. This fun little guy is from Bombshell's Kritterkin line and is the first one of them that I have painted. I started him at our paint group last Saturday and finished him up over last few days. I wanted to go for more of a pirate type look than naval officer so I decided to play around with textured leather. It was a challenge keeping all the brown from not looking the same but I am happy with how he turned out.
  4. Bombshell Miniatures 10050 Celeste the Sorceress, sculpted by Kev White. I wanted a simple mini with few accessories to paint up as a quick little project, so I picked Celeste for her clean lines. As a bonus I used some of the Breastcancer Awareness Pink I have multiple bottles of. Spent maybe 3 hours on her.
  5. Werkrobotwerk

    Bombshell Ellie Tyson

    Painting has been getting done today, particularly on Kickstarter minis that have been sitting incomplete for a while. So with that said here's Ellie, a astronaut.
  6. Finally got another of my Counterblast Lancer crew done, this time an Altanti Lanceguard. Really like the different species in this setting.
  7. Hello again, everyone! As some of you are already aware of from watching my WIP page, I really want to enter a Bombshell Miniatures piece into this year's ReaperCon painting contest (since Bombshell Miniatures is offering a unique prize for that). Therefore, because of how much I really love Solomon Kane, I couldn't help but be drawn to Mira the Inquisitor! I also had some awesome Reaper skeletons sitting around that needed a good home, and well... you can see for yourself where things ended up! I sure hope you like her! Thanks a bunch for looking!!!
  8. With my last project finished (though I still need to post a final showoff), I found myself flush with choices of models to paint. Which led me to that ages old question - do I paint something that's been lingering on my painting desk, something from the Shelf of Shame, or something new? I really wanted to paint something new, but decided to finish up Drak (yes, I know, this is not that model, he's in the show off thread) and then I decided to paint something new, but what? I settled on Celeste from Bombshell Miniatures, which was part of their second Kickstarter. Not too long after that, the beginning of September passed and it hit me that I could kill two farfenugens with one kumquat! Yes, I could get a head start on my Christmas gifts and holiday/Secret Sophie exchange models! I know of three people (who will remain nameless) that I wanted to paint models for and at least one more, depending on how much time I had left over, plus at least one Secret Sophie (no matter what). I have to say that Celeste was fairly easy to prepare as she's a single piece model and the mold lines weren't that bad. Additionally, I had a few goals for myself with her: (1) use two-brush wet blending and (2) try to paint her skin following the way one of my favorite painters paints hers (Shoshie Bauer). Hopefully the model won't end up a steaming pile of soggy clam shells. Here's the efforts from painting her skin (I blocked in the dress and hair so that the eye wouldn't focus on the white primer): I'm happy with the results. Her skin isn't perfect by any means, but its a lot better than my usual Caucasian skin tone. Next I decided to try the dress out. I was initially going to go with a different color scheme entirely, but I wasn't sure it would look good on her, so I kept the base color (P3 Trollblood base) I used on her dress and decided to make it more colorful, which would give me a chance to work on my two-brush blending (which I'm not very good at). I mixed (1:1) P3 trollblood base and P3 Murderous Magenta for the bottom third of her dress and P3 Arcane Blue for the top third, two brush blending (or attempting to) the transition from one color to another. I then made a lot of mistakes with the shading and finally settled on what you can see below. So her mid-tones and shading on her dress are more or less done (depending on what advice you fine folks have here). I need to go in and work in the highlighing next (hopefully tomorrow). Please let me know what advice you have (especially those of you who use two-brush blending **coughGhool especiallycough**). I'm *really* sorry for the last two blurry pictures! I'll try to get some better ones tomorrow! Thank you in advance for your advice!
  9. Just finished this one last night, I painted her up for Thrym to use as a main NPC in his game as Ravana. I did some glowing and OSL effects as well as a bit of a mod with the belt where I added a skull in on top of what was the snowflake on her belt. Figure: Glacia the Winter Witch (SKU 10052) Manufacturer: Bombshell Miniatures Sculptor: Patrick Keith
  10. paedia

    Sally Starfield

    Sally is my first finished project from my original Bombshell Miniatures. Patrick Keith is one of my absolute favorite sculptors working today, and Sally was a great model to work on. I really like how the NMM purple turned out and this forum's suggestion of orange for the trim turned out really, really well. Original WIP: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/68437-sally-starfield-wip
  11. This is 10052 - Glacia the Winter Witch from Bombshell Miniatures. I'm doing this figure not as a winter witch, but rather as an Islander pirate shapeshifter sorceress for a friend as a thank you for doing me a huge personal favor. First off I've added a skull to her belt instead of the snowflake that was there previously. Then I added some green stuff to fill out the belt itself and give it more bulk as well as fill the gaps between the skull and the metal. The base is the uneven planks happy seppuku stamp in sculpey. Inspiration picture- Going to try to get this done over the next few days.
  12. paedia

    Sally Starfield WIP

    After pledging for both campaigns, I have finally gotten my first Bombshell mini (sculpted by Patrick Keith) to the painting table. I really like the combo of purple and green. It is also giving me a chance to practice another color of NMM. I am thinking I will use blue to pic out the seam details between the purple plates and green cloth. Still undecided about doing the jet pack in NMM purple or a more traditional NMM steel or similar.
  13. Lidless Eye

    Lidless Eye Hobbies Drops the Bombshell

    Just a few shots of my finished minis from Bombshell Miniature's recently shipped Kickstarter: The Imperator: The refugee from Draenor: The Orc Shaman: The Cap'n: The Mascot: And the group:
  14. ub3r_n3rd

    Damned Desolation (Diorama)

    DAMNED DESOLATION She stood before the undead, calm as a frozen winter lake... the zombies and skeleton advanced, their hungry eyes boring into her own, yet she stood still, her Staff of the Twin Suns raised and a prayer upon her lips... The lead zombie took one more step upon the magical rune and suddenly it and its companions were blown back, the earth erupted and the small canal of sewage rose in response to the divine power that was unleashed by Velicia Torynn, cleric. She shoved them all back against the wall to end their undeath once and for all... She couldn't stop now, she had others to help and other Damned to Desolate... -------------------------------------------- Here we go, I loved the cleric figure so much that I decided to go ahead and build a diorama around her as the star of it. The premise came into my head that she uses Divine Magical Runes of protection and destruction to desolate the undead. Figures: Lady Faelwen Nightsinger (her own show-off for more pics of her is here) Adepticon 2015 Exclusive Sculpted by Patrick Keith of Bombshell Miniatures Zombies are Reaper Bones Zombies Skeleton is Reaper Bones Skeleton Rat is Reaper Rat that I got from the boneyard, so I can't link it now. Crate and Barrel are resin pieces from Oathsworn Miniatures WIP for the figure (and the vignette) C&C are welcomed and greatly appreciated! Thanks for looking
  15. Here are the final pics for Velicia Torynn, my D&D 5E Cleric. I worked on her and found the sculpt so interesting that I'm going to build a small vignette around her, which will stay in my WIP for this figure. Figure: Lady Faelwen Nightsinger Adepticon 2015 Exclusive Sculpted by Patrick Keith of Bombshell Miniatures WIP for the figure (and the vignette) C&C are welcomed and appreciated. Thanks for looking and following along!
  16. Inarah

    Raven Skye

    This is one of the babes I got in the first KS. She has a gothic lolita feel to her so I went with classic pink and black. I did minor modifications, she had buckles all up the sides of her leggings, and they were uneven on each side so I filed them off and it gives her a little cleaner look.
  17. This month has been really busy, but I managed to at least get a couple more Mekkus done. These ones have a pair of Pulsar Rifles. And here is my Mekkus squad now. Still 3 more to paint from what came in the KS.
  18. Jasper_the_2nd

    [GROUP/OPEN] Counterblast!

    Decided to start on my Counterblast! figs in the new year, and I know there are some others on the forums here that were in on that kickstarter, so figured I'd start and open topic. I went in for the Ultonium level and got one of each starter set. That's a good sized pile o' figs.... I'm planning to start with the Mekkus. Let's open those bags and take a look. Ummmm, hmmm. I need to go sort out what belongs with what I think....
  19. Well, after lots of sweat, tears, and glaze upon glaze, I offer you "The Picnic." This small diorama contains miniatures from Bombshell Miniatures, specifically Victoriana and HLpR Bot. This piece, especially Victoriana, has been the most difficult for me so far. Essentially, the HLpR Bot is my 10th mini to complete, and Victoriana my 11th. They're 32mm scale, a first for me, and while HLpR's chunky build wasn't too difficult, the elongated (and smaller!) features of Victoriana gave me fits! I will be thankful to get back to Reaper miniatures.... The base itself is a small wooden disk purchased from Michael's and stained with wood stain from Lowe's. The gear contained in the piece was purchased as part of a wooden decorative set from Hobby Lobby, in the jewelry department I believe. This piece was made for my wife to use in our Munchkin group from time to time, so she chose the gear. Most of the paints are Reaper MSP, while the base was painted with a combo of Reaper, Vallejo (brass and gold), and Scale 75 (the green set). The foliage is a combination of Army Painter tufts, flowers, and a small piece of ivy vine. The leaves are from Secret Weapon. The red mushroom is an experiment with greenstuff, and my first attempt at something other than pinhead mushrooms. Finally, the two backdrops are from Hangar 18, and the photographs were taken with my long-awaited phone upgrade, a Galaxy s5. Yes peeps, I will stop whining about cameras... In a bit! I tried using a borrowed Canon camera, but I couldn't get it to focus at all, either manually or automatically, which leads me to believe that something, somewhere isn't set right. I don't really have the time or urge to mess with it until it works, as I'm completely happy with the Galaxy s5 pics! I used Picasa to up/download pics and color correct them. Please leave comments on this piece and how I could improve it. I did find it difficult, but that means that I definitely learned something! I hope you all enjoy and thank you for taking time to view my little area of the forum. -K Backdrop: A3 Northern Sky from Hangar 18 Backdrop: A3 Green Gold P.S.: I need to play with the distance of the mini to the light sources, or start playing with a photo box. The light skin on Victoriana really washes out. She actually has a nice blush in person, and the HLrP Bot's eyepiece is much more green. Let me check the price of a box.... P.P.S.: I had some greenstuff that leaked under my masking tape job on the wooden disk. I considered trying to cut it off but figured I'd end up lifting the entire job up from the disk... Luckily, again, it's not as noticeable in "real life" but something I need to be wary of in the future. Of course, this is my first greenstuff base. P.P.S.S.: The agonizingly long WIP for this piece is found here. What can I say? I love to write... or talk to myself... or both! LOL!
  20. I managed to get two more figures painted for my Lancers squad in May. First up we have the Captain, He's a Shrinaar, which I guess are a race of space-faring cat people. And we also have the "Veteran" H0pr Bot. He's seen some action and hasn't even had time to get the second hand replacement parts repainted.... Here's a shot of my Lancers squad at this point.
  21. I also managed to whip through a couple of Mekkus Aggressors. These are the version with twin Particle Beam weapons. Here they are with the Defender I'd already done.
  22. This is the first figure for the 2nd faction I'm painting up for Counterblast, the Mekkus. They are your classic all conquering robot race who turned on their creators and are not running rampant across the galaxy! I started with the Defender #1, a heavily armored defensive unit. Hopefully the fairly simple paint scheme will make it quick to get the whole squad painted up.
  23. And here is a H0pR Bot for my Lancers squad. He's a great fig, lots of ways to pose him. I had a lot of fun painting him up.
  24. Another member of my Lancers squad, this is the Human Brute. I had real problems with his eyes, so I decided "It's Sci-Fi" and gave him silver implants. Really happy with how the rest of him came out though.
  25. Finally got some more of my Counterblast Lancers crew done. Here's a Human Plugger. Overall I'm pretty happy with her. Eyes could have been better, just not with me painting them....at least they are pointed close to the same direction!
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