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  1. I was happily scrounging through my mountain of unpainted minis when I started to combine some stuff. Anyway. THIS is going to happen now. It will take time so be patient ( I know you're not, but I needed to say it!) I will need a big piece of MDF, and then start thinking about adding the rest of most of the Graveyard set and other stuff to this. Feel free to steal or be inspired. I have tried this with Nethymaul but she needs more conversion to fit on the roof , mainly her tail.. And come on! Kaladrax has the right imposing look for this.
  2. Now, I've done dioramas, and I've done scenic bases, and I've dressed up maps and suchlike, and I've certainly done terrain pieces... but up until now, I've never actually done a terrain BOARD. Durnit.
  3. Ghost King does not appreciate kitty disturbing his grave. Kitty is unconcerned. The king was a study in frustration and the pics are not the best. His armors shadows are much more pronounced IRL and the dirt of the graveyard is much darker IRL. Kitty is itty bitty but I managed to get the eyes painted, I bout jumped for joy. The base was the most fun. The resins details are so sharp, lovely to work with. As always C&C welcomed. I will take all the advice I can get and attempt to apply it to the next figure cause after over a month, I'm so one with this dude. Thanks for lookin!
  4. Anyone know the approximate footprint of the Graveyard Vignette Base? I can roughly judge based on the existing tombstones that appear to be a part of the model, but I need to know whether it would hang over a 200mm x 100mm tray or not for wargaming compatibility purposes (Kings of War). The depth looks suspect to me.
  5. Last year I was asked to help paint some Warhammer scenery so a friend that runs a small store could start getting some games together. I've painted a number of buildings, ruins, fences, and pipes, but I think that The Garden of Morr is the nicest set I've gotten to work with, as well as the first that I got to assemble myself. It was also exciting to be able to apply what I had learned to this point and to see actual improvement. I hope that this year brings more painting and even more improvement! These are hosted on imgur, if you'd like to look at an unreasonably huge version of any image you can drag the image to your address bar and take the 'l' off of the end of the image name. I've only included one view of each unique piece so this doesn't get massive but I can add views if desired because I took a ton of pictures.
  6. So actually meeting one of the months goals for the Resolutionary Painting Challenge, I present the Graveyard set from Target Games. This is a nice resin set that I have had sitting around spray primed black for more years than I can remember. Frostgrave finally gave me the motivation to actually paint it. I forsee much more painting from me in the future as I am actually playing games now.
  7. Here's another diorama I did many years ago. It features a Citadel Necromancer and his Snotling acolyte attacking a Ral Partha's Fearless Frost Dragon. I painted the Dragon as a Black Dragon with his skin slowly rotting, affected by a necromantic spell. The stone fence posts, stone walls, gates and tombstones are from the Woodland Scenics Maple Leaf Cemetery box kit.
  8. Finally finished this. The OSL isn't quite as stark in person and the shadows are darker; that's an artifact of the flash from the camera.
  9. I did a rough tabletop paint job on this guy while I was building bases. I decided to base him up in an equally quick fashion, since I am not a big fan of broccoli bases. So, in the spirit of spreading what little knowledge I possess I will do a build along WIP on some quick and dirty graveyard bases. I will do two bases out of different materials, and I will list all materials and steps so anyone who wants can build along. You don't need all the materials I list, and you can make this work with pretty much anything you have on hand. C&C encouraged. Materials: Square or round base Super glue or Tacky Glue Acrylic Gesso Cork Baked Sculpey Popsicle sticks X-acto/craft knife/scalpel Paint Once all the materials are gathered up it's time to make bases.
  10. This is a graveyard piece that is currently in the works for my tabletop adventure games. It is the graveyard at (Watchwall...see adventure map for location). This piece is (16"x14") with a ceiling tile base...I have given (4) views + a view of the vampire crypt with the vampire hunters (just to show size). The piece is about half done...I still have to add the weeds, ferns, ivy & vines, dead trees & dead ground cover and the varied overgrowth on the wall sections & columns...as well as the varied washes on the ancient walls...BUT THIS IS HOW IT LOOKS HALFWAY DONE. The (2) square dirt sections will have skeleton bones & skulls showing as they are coming to life.
  11. Here is the project that started the thread about painting granite: