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  1. Bones adventuring party

    I started a new D&D campaign, and started painting minis for the party. Luckily, I found minis for everyone in my big box of Bones so I didn't have to do too much searching. So far I have three of five finished. First up is the human cleric, 77089: Halbarand, Cleric. I stole the basic colour scheme from another cleric posted here by Hawker: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/57068-77089-halbarand-cleric/ Even though it pales in comparison, I am pretty happy with the white/gold armour look. Next up is the tiefling warlock, 77149: Damien, Hellborn Wizard. I didn't have a scheme in mind for him, except for the red skin and I wanted to make give the jacket a denim look. Because the jacket was so large, I decided to do the inside a darker shade than the outside for some contrast. Even though there isn't a lot of high/low lighting on the jacket, I like how it looks. The hair turned out quite good, better than it appears in the pics. Finally, the rock gnome wizard, 77166: Balto Burrowell, Gnome Wizard. Again no scheme going in, other than the player wanted him to be a redhead. I like the way the clothes turned out, but I definitely should have more contrast in the hair. It also could have been a little redder. The bases are all just black ink over a grey base for speed, but it nicely highlight's Sandra Garrity's signature on this guy. I still have to do an elven ranger and a human rogue. Hopefully I'll have them done for next week's game.
  2. 03321: Damien, Hellborn Wizard

    Here's another one I've completed. I did this one a few months ago for a friend's D&D character. I forgot to take a picture of it when I finished it so I grabbed a quick photo the next time I saw him. I'm beginning to realize that pictures are really good at pointing out little flaws all over.
  3. 03321: Damien, Hellborn Wizard

    Painted for the Skull & Shackles campaign I'm playing in. He's a transmuter who is actually best at necromancy spells and has been optimized for crafting. Not really competition quality, but it had some interesting bits. For the skin, I was trying for something that read mostly as black, but ended up with a bit too much purple; reasonably happy, though. The base was intended to evoke a ship's deck, with, I think, some success. ps. I have been painting a bit more recently, but some of the figures I'm posting now have been close to done for quite a while. I finally decided to buckle down and do some basing so I could call them abandoned. Edit: Fixed some missed bits, reshot, and uploaded the new images.
  4. 77149: Damien, Hellborn Wizard

    Just got around to finishing a bones 1 mini that had been incomplete for a year or so. I was trying to add magical nonsense to his coat.
  5. 03321: Damien, Hellborn Wizard

    This is part of what I accomplished this weekend I still need a lot of practice. C & C encouraged
  6. Player Characters for D&D 5e

    Here are the latest PC models chosen by my players, painted quickly to get them ready for the game. They are all escaped slaves in the Underdark. I don't recall what names they gave them, just the class. 77047 Goldar - Fighter 77149 Damien - Sorceror 89014 Seltyiel - Druid 77061 Kord - Barbarian 77040 Satheras - Warlock
  7. Here are five Bones I painted up to represent the PC's in my Pathfinder game (we're playing the Kingmaker campaign). With these I basically tried to shoot for the best tabletop standard I could muster; I did want them to look good as they are the protagonists of a game we might be playing for some time. However, I also wanted to get them done before the campaign was over (I'm slow), and I knew that my players would soon be handling them at the gaming table with their coffee-stained, pizza-greased little paws (hi guys!). First up is Oviara the Cleric (of Iomedae, Goddess of honor, justice, rulership, and valor), who has so far in the campaign been righteously delivering justice to wrongdoers by sword or rope in an awfully lawful good manner (hey, that's also my first attempt at freehand on the shield there; yay me!). Next is Eral the Sorcerer, who derives his arcane powers from the demonic blood coursing through his veins, and who has been reincarnated repeatedly throughout the millenia awaiting some unknown destiny (the scariest thing with this guy is that he is a strong contender to become the ruler when the group starts establishing their own kingdom later on in the campaign... *shudder*). Here is Theodor the Monk, a fearless man always at the forefront of battle. I cut the axe off Goldar to make him more... monk-y. That axe was always my least favorite part of the sculpt anyway, and also, a real man don't need a weapon to bash in his enemies skulls yo! In contrast, here is someone who isn't bothered by putting an axe to good use. Meet Gothmog the Barbarian, a towering beast of muscle, rage and flatulence, equipped with a surprisingly sensitive soul. Last we come to Solfein the Ranger/Wizard, an elvish youth of only 95 years with the personality of a typical teenager. Unlike most other angsty teens, however, this guy actually has pretty good reason for his dark moods, as he was banished from elven land after having strangled his one true love in a jealous rage. And finally, a group shot. Seeing them together like this, it is clear what a bunch of posers they are; Oviara has climbed up on a little step before gazing off into the distance, it looks like Gothmog is flexing pretty hard under all that armor, and Eral and Theodor have even ripped their shirts off for the camera. So far in the campaign, the gang has been valiantly combating these terrible monstrosities, but sooner or later they're going to have to face off against this guy, at which point posing cutely in front of the camera will simply not be enough...
  8. Here is bad boy Damien and his adventuring companions, all bones: Damien (77149), painted for the bad boy contest: Sinessa (77119), here modified to be less evil looking, I will paint my second copy as the evil Sinessa. Vaeloth (77120) Tiviel (77118) They were a fun group to paint up
  9. 77149: Damien, Hellborn Gunslinger

    It's my first conversion! I lopped the hands and top of the head off Damien and added the hands and hat from the Black Mist, with a bit of green stuff to make the top of the hat a bit wider for Damien's big hair/horns. Painted up as a Gunslinger. Still trying to get my camera setup right and struggling with glossiness on the mini. Some of the subtlety is killed by the gloss, the pants are more of an olive and the straps stand out against them a bit more, for instance. WIP starts here but it's a while until I start painting it. Hope you guys enjoy it! I had a lot of fun coming up with the conversion and painting it.
  10. This winters’ beauty pageant is this miniature, 77149 Damien, hellborn wizard. I do not really know what a “Helborn” is, but I susrmise it is some sort of demonic or half demon character class or enemy types in the newfangled D&D and/ or Pathfinder role playing games. At any rate they are humanoid with horns and devil’s tails. This mini had it’s arm straight out and fist with index and little fingers extended. So of course I had to do a bit of the old cut and paste,rotating the hand 90 degrees at the wrist. and also some boil and reposition of the arm to make it point upwards into the air…after first cutting and gluing the wrist. Rock concert movement #3: Metal horns! I experienced absolutely no problems with the recently superglued wrist, being submersed in near-boling water for a minute before being thrust into cold water. So that is good to know next time I do things in the wrong order. May I present: Lücifuzz, lead singer of Hellbörn! Here he is caught flashing a pose before he goes backstage where there are more groupies than his tongue can cope with! I still need do something about the stick he is holding. I do not think I have anything suitable for a microphone stand, Maybe just a microphone, or a scepter like Alice Cooper used to faff about with on stage. But is he the Alice Cooper type, or more of a hair metal-dude in tiger striped spandex and garish make up? Or… rather a Black Metal -type called Evil Odin or some such, with corpse painted face and a massive bloody pentagram tattooed on his chest? We shall see! and yes I posted this in the contest thread first by mistake. Sorry. Please dont shoot me.
  11. 03321: Damien - Modified Bones

    My buddy Baugi encouraged me to post this here - the first mini I've been really happy with since I picked up some basic technique. This is Damien, Hellborn Wizard - but while I had an NPC badly in need of a mini, he's a shirtless human caster, not a shirtless tiefling caster. Important difference. The horns were an easy fix, and making him point instead of throwing up the, err, horns was also pretty straightforward, but removing the tail took a lot of careful carving with a tiny craft knife. It left some visible scarring behind, but a bit of brush-on sealer and some dark paint fixed that up enough to get by. This is my first attempt at doing pretty much anything with a base (sculpting with Green Stuff, specifically), at blacklining, at thinning paints and at layering highlights. There are issues, but it's worlds ahead of what I've done in the past. Most of that's to Baugi's credit, as he's the one that's been pushing me to try out more complex painting. Oh, and the pouch in the back is from a Victoria Miniatures sprue - the only bit from the base I didn't put together myself. So, yeah. Any questions or advice, totally welcome.
  12. 03321: Damien, Hellborn Wizard

    Here's my next Reaper Bones gaming figure, for my friend's Tiefling Beguiler, Thorne In-Yo-Cide (Yeah, that's really his name). The figure is Damien, Hellborn Wizard (03321) by Derek Schubert. It's a beautiful sculpt!
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