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  1. 77553: Crusader Ardent

    Hello again, everyone! I know it seems like forever since I posted anything over here, but this time I had a very good excuse: the miniature wasn't released yet, and therefore I couldn't show him off! However, now that mister crusader here officially released today, I want to share him with you all! He proved to be a major lesson in OSL (object source lighting, for any of the newer folks around!) for me, as that is a technique which I have not done very often before, so I made some mistakes and learned a lot. At the end of the day, though, I'm overall quite happy with how he turned out, and he proved to be very fun to paint! His armor was especially enjoyable, and I think I stumbled upon a color mix or two that I might try to use again in the future (provided I remember exactly which colors I used!). Also, his face is simply loaded with character, and I feel like he's ready to smite evildoers with some major holy vengeance!!! Thanks for looking, and I'll try to pick a next project which doesn't have to be under wraps so I can start up another WIP thread!
  2. As part of an MLK Weekend paint binge I painted several enemy NPCs for my upcoming Eberron campaign. One thing I never have enough of is Emerald Claw, especially since flail-wielders are fairly far between. I'm sad this guy isn't available with the flail in bones, but I hope to snag a bunch of the flail-hand from this model and then modify the different bones poses when they're available. Not that flails are necessary for the EC, but I like the flavor, and flails are the favored weapon for Blood of Vol, which the EC are associated with...so...anyway, rambleramblepedantramble. This guy I used the bare headed option, and gave him fancy gold-tone armor, so he can be a lieutenant of some kind. Tabletop quality, but I'm pretty happy with him. He looks ready to beat up some PCs if need be. C&C always welcome.
  3. Ral Partha 03-021 Crusader

    Hello, for my first post I've decided to share my latest mini.
  4. Hey! I painted the models Saramonde, Crusaders Chronicler and Kyla, Bounty Hunter! And HERE you will find a post on my blog!
  5. Hi, Maybe someone can help me a bit. I ordered this bust. It will take a while before I paint it, bit already I'm considering possibilities. He is sold as a Teutonic Knight, I love the yellow/black cross with the eagle, but am not sure if I can pull it off. Considering the colours shown I want to ask : 1. Is it viable to paint the cape brown instead of white? 2. The red Innerhelmet..Would that be metal or leather? And my most important question 3. I know of the Knights Templar, White Livery with Red Cross, The Hospitallers , Black with white Cross and sometimes Red with white cross. But could I choose any of these colours? I was wondering if the helmet he's holding is a distinctive Teutonic one or if the other orders wore these too. I tried googling and am a history fan. But I'm not sure about this. Any thoughts from the people who are more into this period?
  6. 14093: Finari, Crusaders Hero

    Here is another one. I have lots. Just not the best photos. The minis themselves are now where we play and not here at home with me. They have since been based. They are game minis.
  7. 77200: Sir Conlan (bones II)

    Long time no post. So here I go again. Another party member so another character waiting to be killed. His name is Chval (can be translated as "praise") and he is the witcher from the fire order. These boys call themselves "Hearts of fire". More like "farts on fire" to me. As a character I never liked him, as he was real phoney. He had a horse, while we were walking, he had a sword, while we had only sticks.... But during our last game we kind of find a way to each other....(un)fortunately my character has died, so the friendship was over in an hour :) Hope you will like him more than I did :) And again better res picture over here I need to paint my new character now... Still can't find the proper miniature.
  8. 14540: Crusader Casualty Marker

    Here's a quick paint that's getting posted as a "complete for the moment" piece. As you can see, there's plenty of room on the base to add some scenery; I just don't currently have what I want. He'll at least get a dropped weapon, maybe a shield, and of course some grass and such. I didn't want bucket fulls of blood, so he just got a light application of red around the entry/exit wounds.
  9. 02370: Luther Baldwin

    WIP here
  10. Two Reaper Bones I painted recently for gaming. They're just tabletop jobs, but they were fun to paint! This one has an insert base for when the D&D character is enlarged.
  11. 14352: Unforgiven, Crusader Grunt

    This mini is titled 14352: Unforgiven, Crusader Grunt, but I swear on the blister it said Templar Knight or something. This guy was sitting on the rack at my LGS for months, and I felt sorry for him. So I bought him. I originally painted him up for one of the PCs in my OD&D game. But the character died before I finished painting D: This is my most recent mini, so please give me all your comments and criticism you can spare! Painted with Vallejo, he seems a bit dark to me. It was REALLY HARD to paint the decals on his shoulder and on his front because the consistency of thinned paint is just too watery and goes into the cracks instead of on the ridges. Sorry I couldn't get you a good camera shot from other angles. Tips truly appreciated. MG