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  1. Kickstarter is now Live: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/hfminis/kev-white-does-matt-dixon-female-fantasy-miniature/description From their facebook page "For those of you who have missed our newsletter teases, yes, we are dipping our toe in the Kickstarter waters. And yes it will be very soon, in fact as soon as I've finished up the last of the image work. More information will come but the basic gist is that it is for a themed set of miniatures based on Matt Dixon artwork. Not only has Matt done his usual pin-up style for us but has also helped us out with some 'Winter' variants and on top of that I've gone and ruined his beautiful art by drawing nudity over the top of it for our 'Skyclad' variants :) The Kickstarter will initially be for 4 fantasy females, each with their 3 variants (so 12 minis in total) and 'hopefully' we'll go from there. We have artwork for a number of other females, plus 1 male and a few 'add on's, so we'll see how it goes :) This is a pretty big chunk of Kev's time, hence the Kickstarter to gauge interest, and for those of you who aren't into Fantasy, don't worry, we'll be running HF as usual, including releases, while Kev is busy with Kickstarter business :)? In the comments this is supposed to start this Sunday. Not sure if ut will only be metal or if they will offer their resin ones as well.
  2. This is Hasslefree's HFA181, "Big Charles", sculpted by Kev White. I liked the realism of the sculpt and the opportunity to paint someone with black skin. I've been trying to paint more diverse minis for our games. I liked the sculpt so much I accidentally got two of him. So I painted the other up as a vampire / zombie. I finished him a little earlier and there is a thread here. Here are some comparison photos: Note that vampire "Charles" lacks a shadow: There is no WIP thread but questions and comments are welcome.
  3. This is Hasslefree's HFA148 "Taylor", sculpted by Kev White. She has some wonderful, dynamic shapes from different angles. In the catalogue she's painted up blonde, but after I primed her I took a look at her face and thought she looked more Cambodian to me. So she's a modern Southeast Asian apocalypse survivor, or at least a young lady with a lot of attitude. There isn't a WIP thread but I would be glad to answer any questions or take comments.
  4. This is one of Hasslefree's modern adventurers sculpted by the inestimable Kev White. I tend to paint my figures in a sort of bright way (I think. It's very hard for me to see my own art style.). So I thought I would try to do justice to Kev White's dynamic and fairly realistic sculpt by trying to paint it in a more realistic style. I also welcomed the opportunity to paint someone non-caucasian and a modern mercenary type, which my gaming table is somewhat lacking in. (I realized a bit late he would be perfect for playing around with painting tattoos. Perhaps someone else can take up the challenge.) There is no WIP thread, but questions and comments are welcome.
  5. This is Hasslefree's HFA181: Big Charles, painted up as a vampire (although he could do duty for something else awful and inhuman as well, maybe a zombie). I had accidentally acquired two of him and this seemed a reasonable use for the extra one, especially since one of my GMs is running a vampire-heavy campaign. He hasn't got a shadow on purpose because vampire ... There is no WIP thread. Critiques, questions, and comments are welcome, as always.
  6. Silvervane

    HF Sana WIP

    While debate how to proceed with my Phoenix, I decided it was time to get to some figures I was hoping to paint up for RCon. Tonight during google hangouts I managed to get her skin base coated and some shadows blocked in. I then proceeded to obsesses over the eyes and face. Which tends to be my MO. Makes the figure come more alive to my eyes. Going with a tan complexion and green eyes. Still need to paint up the mouth to finish off the face, but I think she starting off OK. Here is the result of tonight's work:
  7. 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.
  8. This is another of the PCs for the "Exalted" campaign set in White Wolf's World of Darkness which I'm currently involved in. This character was a medieval Persian vampire who reverted to human when she Exalted as a Zenith caste Solar. Among other things, she has a sword which shines with the light of the Sun. The figure is from Hasslefree, HFA004 "Kat", sculpted by Kev White. There's a WIP thread here. The lighting effect changes a lot at different angles so I included lots of pictures.
  9. I have located my camera! But, no lightbox, so the lighting is fairly harsh. Anyway, after packing up for the move, moving, unpacking, and then kinda sorta finding a place to paint I decided to get back into the swing of things with a quick tabletop mini. I was wanting to take another shot at the bronze skin triad, but I'm about out of minis that show a lot of skin. Fortunately I still had one half naked barbarian left from the kickstarter. Here are a couple I can post And here are a couple you'll need to follow the links. I have to say, this is the worst I've done on a face in quite a while but I just wasn't interested in smoothing things out and redoing the eyes. My copy had a "Bones nose" but I assume in metal there is more definition. 1 2
  10. I hurried these two Hasslefree ladies to be ready for starting a new Pathfinder game tommorrow, where Dynamic Lenore (SKU HFH110) is going to be my Half-Orc Summoner and static Lenore (SKU HFH087) will be her eidolon. They are such great sculpts. Edited: Added more tags
  11. Citrine

    Hasslefree Semira Marise

    Semira Marise (SKU HFX023) is another great sculpt from Kev White at Hasslefree Miniatures. When I started painting the Hasslefree Lenores earlier this week, I also started this miniature, so she was finished in record time.
  12. Patrik Strom

    Argia Tholos, Hasslefree Miniatures

    Man, I hate learning things the hard way. This is Argia Tholos from Hasslefree Miniatures and the original figure is bald. Which she was up until I saw the result of my second layer of floor polish to varnish the figure. She had been hanging upside down to dry which had created a egg head effect when the floor polish collected on the top of her head. I tried to cut it off but eventually was forced to scalp her completely. That resulted in a mark down to the skull which would have been kind of neat if I had painted her up as a zombie. Since I wasn't doing that I was forced to break out some milliput and use my non existent sculpting talents to try and save the situation. It could definitely have been worse, but it could also have been much much better. Although there's nothing I can do about that now. Looking past the major varnish failure I was really happy with the result. The resulting miniature post "Project save face" is acceptable. Perhaps abit to much orange all around? Should I have gone for a different hair color?
  13. Patrik Strom

    Tregar, Hasslefree Miniatures

    Another awesome sculpt from Hasslefree Miniatures. I'm quite happy with the skin tone of this one.
  14. Patrik Strom

    Jeanne, Hasslefree Miniatures

    This is Jeanne from Hasslefree Miniatures. A miniature I bought on a whim and I'm very pleased with how fast she was to finish, and with rather good result as well. I was on the fence which hair color I should try and use and eventually settled for a rather orangey one.
  15. Patrik Strom

    Ulfred, Hasslefree Miniatures

    Trying to get back into the groove after a vacation with a Hasslefree Miniature: Ulfred. I'm quite happy with the result. I think he looks like a badass :)
  16. Patrik Strom

    Lord Ulthrak, Hasslefree Miniatures

    Lord Ulthrak from Hasslefree Miniatures. Suprisingly easy to paint with quite nice results.
  17. Mini number 8 completed This is Semira Marise, the last of my Hasslefree minis, made by Kev White, though I'll try and get some different photos of her, as these have come out a tad strange. Paints used... Citadel -White Scar -Kislev Flesh -Khorne Red -Nuln Oil -Seraphim Sepia -Druchii Violet -Blood for the Blood God -Leadbelcher -Runelord Brass -Auric Armour -Caledor Sky? -Mechanicus Standard Grey P3 -Cold Steel -Bloodtracker Brown -Thamar Black -Umbral Umber -Menoth White Highlight I decided to paint her as the dignified priestess, who had perhaps summoned my two succubi, or something =] so she's all wise and stuff. Sadly, you can't see her eyes in these shots, which is all the more annoying as I was rather pleased with them, haha. Lotsa Blood for the Blood God, because one doesn't simply summon demons without getting one's hands dirty, and her lovely white robe... Well, it was once a white robe. I painted her pristine in white scar, then put lots of dirt on with nuln oil and seraphim sepia, and then bloodied her up some. Now I'm all outta unpainted minis, bar finishing off Ebonwrath, until my next order arrives :O but hopefully, that'll bring me my lovely Nethyrmaul and a few other bits and bats too.
  18. Still struggling to find some time to get some painting done. Still, what few minis I actually get around to painting this month will all go into the resolutionary challenge total. As per the resolutionary painting challenge guidelines, I will post them here, and link in my post in the challenge thread. I have some half painted, started and aborted minis standing around on the shelf taking up space and making a general nuisance of themselves. So in a concerted move to get rid of a few of them, I am currently trying to finish at least one mini from the shelf for each new I start up... Today I finished this old Void Viridian Marine with Chaingun, one of a lovely set of minis sculpted by Kev White (of Hasslefree miniatures) for the now defunct game Void. Kev White is one of my favorite sculptors, he made most of the good minis at Harlequin Miniatures back in the day, and many for Warzone second edition. I believe I have most of those in my collection. Void was published by I-Kore, and tried to fill the niche left by the collapse of Target Games (Warzone). As far as I know it did not do all that well. But it did have some great figures (and of course the mandatory really bad ones) I call her Vasquez. This was a leftover mini from the olden days when I painted a squad of Viridian Marines for use as Imperial Guard Catachans in 40k. The relative simple green trousers and white singlet is the same squad colours I used for them.
  19. Trodax

    Barbarian... when enlarged

    A while ago I painted up a miniature to represent one of my buddies character in our Pathfinder game (link). The character is Fidrak, an Abyssal Bloodrager, which basically means he's a barbarian who draws his strength and rage from the demonic blood in his veins. Now one of the quirks of this demonic blood is that when the character reaches 4th level, he will be able to increase in size (as per the enlarge person spell) whenever he enters a rage (in other words... HULK ANGRY!!!). I therefore decided to paint up a mini to represent this bigger, better and badder version of the character. The miniature I chose is the ogre Mjolnir Haxelfrei, who was sculpted by Kev White for Hasslefree Miniatures, although I replaced his sword and shield with an axe to fit the character he's meant to represent (the axe is from a Big Boris mini from Heresy Miniatures). If you think it looks like he's swinging that axe like a frickin baseball bat, that's the look I was going for with my conversion. I really dig the dynamic pose of this mini, Kev White knows what he's doing, and I can just see him wading through a horde of enemies. Even though this is meant to be a gaming piece, I therefore decided to have a little fun with the basing, which also gave me the opportunity to try out some blood and gore effects. Hope you like him; I had a ton of fun painting this guy up! "You wanna piece too, pretty boy?" The unfortunate guardsman who happened to be standing in the path of our dear Fidrak is from Otherworld Miniatures, and he's drawing his last shuddering breath sprawled out on a 50mm base from Dragon Forge Design. A shot of the character before and after hulking out. Size doesn't matter? Yeah right.
  20. Marvin

    Benn (Hasslefree dwarf)

    My first Hasslefree miniature, Benn. Sculpted by Kev White. I saw this guy and immediately feel in love. Was a very fun mini to paint, and I was happy with how he came out. Another likely to be based later and left sitting on a white tab. Me no bueno. Thanks for looking. Feel free to, you know, stuff.
  21. Silvervane

    HFV001 - Barwench

    Here is my first attempt to paint up a Hasslefree Miniature. I painted the Hasslefree Barwench up to add another figure to my fantasy villagers. I also gave her head band a try at freehand. And here we go: Thanks for any C&C you feel inspired to give.
  22. Silvervane

    Hasslefree Barwench

    In the interest of expanding my collection of painted miniatures I decided to paint up one of my Hasslefree miniatures. I need to finish up her highlights on her arms and blend a little more. Here is where I'm starting the WIP from.
  23. Traxxis from Hasslefree Miniatures. I really (really, really) struggled to assemble this miniature. When I finally managed to do so the handle of the axe is rather bent. On the bright side the miniature is finished, and that's mostly all that counts :) Other pictures linked for nudity: Picture 1, Picture 2, Picture 3
  24. This is the dynamic version of Kalee from Hasslefree Miniatures. The miniature comes with a axe which I'm not that fond of, so I cut it off and replaced it with a sword from Tre Manor's Red Box Games (one of the helsvakt weapon sprues).
  25. Patrik Strom

    Village kiddies, Hasslefree Miniatures

    The three Village kiddies from Hasslefree Miniatures.
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