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  1. Hello all, Starting a new WIP for a mini I'm working on for one of the players in my D&D 5e campaign. One of her characters is a Tiefling Eldritch Knight, so I have selected the glaive-weilding S'Kara to be the starting point for this project... As you can see, I have just begun. I have primed the mini, and used a pair of pliers to slightly curve her horns, to achieve a more ram-like, less devil-like look. I'm currently in the process of selecting colours for the cloth portion of her outfit. Any suggestions or ideas? (Fyi, she will have dark brown hair and olive skin). As always, comments and constructive feedback are always welcome! -E.E.
  2. C&C and advice always welcome. Started working on this awesome tiefling/demon. Cleaned off mold lines, except the one on his outstretched arm and hand. The file wouldn't cooperate. Working on his face/head and just wanted to show some pictures. Yesterday, I was frustrated with the mouth, still am. Paints I used for the skin: 29843: HD Solid Black 09427: Nut Brown 09401: Dragon Red 09404: Cinnamon Red Did this in layers Shadow = Solid Black : Nut Brown (1:3) Nutbrown Nutbrown : Dragon Red (1:1) Dragon Red Dragon Red : Cinnamon Red (1:1) Cinnamon Red Spent 4 hours on the skin and face. I'm happy with where he's going at the moment. Tiefling art online for clothes has been rather uninspiring. So many browns, muted tones, or drab colors.
  3. Hellborn wizard

    I painted this guy up for a Pathfinder game. He is a swashbuckling occultist and has been fun to play so far the few times we've gotten to play. He's been painted up for a while now, but I just got around to taking his picture. I hadn't fill an odd Gabon one wrist and use some green stuff to thicken his other wrist, since the pointing hand's wrist was so thin. I dry brushed some interference gold on to the base so it looks a different color from certain angles.
  4. 77120: Vaeloth, Hellborn Paladin

    I've had this guy since the first kickstarter and have put off painting him due to his distinct lack of a nose in the bones version. A couple nights ago I decided to perform some rhinoplasty with green stuff so I could put him to use in a D&D game. I went with metallic paints rather than spend too much time blending NMM on his armor, and it doesn't hurt that he'll look shiny on the table. The design on the shield is the symbol of the Forgetten Realms deity Tempus, but it also works for the Red Knight (whose red horse chess piece is a less exciting design to paint).
  5. This was the last of the Tieflings (aka Hellborn) in my set. I could probably use more, since my campaign is full of Tieflings. This particular familiar set is also done. Yay! Of the other familiar set, I only have the winged-snake left.There is nothing special about the cat. He was just too small for me to do much with. He just got a dry-brushing in gray. The faerie dragon I wanted to give brilliant blue wings, but I imagined that if he folded his wings they would be more camoflage, so I went with browns.The paladin was fun to paint. I should have done something with his shield. I imagined some kind of flame motif, but just did not have any good ideas.
  6. While in the painting swing, I painted 77149: Damien, Hellborn Wizard from the Bones Kickstarter. While doing that, I had an old figure from a friend. The figure is worn; all the edges have been smoothed. His only distinguishing feature is that he is carrying a lot of baggage. I would be curious to know where he is from if anyone can identify him. I used a strong tone on both figures. I fear that it made Damien a little muddy. I also did not wait long enough for the tone to dry before I flocked the base, so you can see static grass in the crevices of the figure. I noticed this after I took the picture. I think I got all the grass off.
  7. After some final sealer, Ajaxxus 5.0, Tiefling Barbarian, is ready to hit the dungeons! I'm not sure why he wound up so shiny in these photos, he's not glossy in person. Hanging out with Sir Forscale to show his reduced stature from earlier versions: I have a WiP thread of the conversion process here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/71285-lidless-eye-wip-ajaxxus-skiotho-tiefling-barbarian-conversion/?p=1456616 Hopefully I'll get to play in a game rather than run one soon and be able to use him again!
  8. Many moons ago, when the first official preview for D&D 5E were coming out, a friend and I were discussing that the Paladin preview had a Half-Orc as the example art, and it would be interesting to see more atypical race/class combos in the books. He had suggested a Tiefling Barbarian, and lo and behold, not but five minutes later, WotC previewed the Barbarian and it was...a generic Viking style Human. Later that day, during downtime at work, I thought I'd make it up to both of us and sketch out a concept for a Tiefling Barbarian. I kept the 4E & 5E pact-style Tieflings, and took a bit of influence from the design of Warcraft's Draenei, (a race of dimension travelers, who fled from their brethren who signed on with demons). After all, my main character in the game for almost a decade was a Draenei Warrior! Here's the initial sketch:
  9. Darksword Tiefling Bust

    Apologies in advance for the poor pictures, still really struggling when it comes to photographing the larger stuff. Any how, presenting my first attempt at painting a bust, Darkswords Portrait of a Tiefling:- You can find a WIP thread for her here. Don't think she looks too bad, but I'm not sure if I'll get any more busts in the future though, I don't really have the patience or skill to paint this larger scale stuff. As always, any comments of criticisms are greatly appreciated..
  10. I'm finally abandoning this project!!!! This is Tom Meier's version of Tony DiTerlizzi's painting "Portrait of a Young Tiefling" It's Dark Sword's first foray into busts as far as I know, and it was a joy to paint. Although the sculpt with the base is very vertical, making the overall basing challenging. I ended up just pinning it to as flat a wood base as I could find to keep it from becoming too tall. I have my WIP here if it helps, with the step by steps and all the color info. I'm always happy to answer questions. C&C always welcome! Enjoy!! here's the painting: And the bust: A few closeups: I experimented with a full front lighting, so there is much less contrast on the backside which I'm not happy with. In a perfect world with infinite time, I'll fix it...
  11. 77149: Damien, Hellborn Wizard

    A double act! These were done for a D&D Adventurers' League game at UK Games Expo - Korozîl the trickster cleric (left), and Aazîl the swashbuckler (right) - twin tiefling brothers. For Korozîl, I chopped off the wizard staff and drilled out the left hand. The crossbow was a Mirliton spare, with the bulky string replaced with some guitar string. For Aazîl, I chopped both hands off(!) and replaced them with the hands from a 77022 Michelle. I also chopped the curved blades off those swords and replaced them with cut down metal blades from Mirliton. The scabbards (also Mirliton) had to be filed a bit to get them to fit together crossed over; their straps are narrow masking tape. Paints were enamels over Vallejo acrylic primer. This was my first proper attempt at NMM on the swords, and I'm reasonably pleased with how they turned out. The skintones were interesting - I'm not sure how long it took to get the chests right! I wanted to do something more with the bases but ran out of time before the Games Expo, so just gave them some paint and static grass. All in all, I'm very proud of these two! And the D&D game was great (Korozîl died horribly and ended up slightly undead)!
  12. Bombshell Khai

    I completed my first Bombshell mini, and she's going to be my character in my first Pathfinder tabletop game, so I'm pretty excited. May I present, Khai the Huntress as Habriel Almaeya, Tiefling who is half elf instead of the more usual human. C&C is very welcome. I'd love to hear some opinion on her to see if what ya'll see are the same spots I thought needed improving, and if I'm on point with the parts I liked. I will say her hair is purposely not blended, I wanted it black and white.
  13. Yep, I am also jumping on this bandwagon. Haven't painted a bust before, so lets see how badly I screw this up. Got her assembled this morning in the hope of getting started on the painting later today, but I had some gaps to fill (she went together quite well, but my superglue kept drying before I could get the parts completely flush), so I'm leaving the green stuff to dry over night.
  14. Tiefling Priestess

    So, I had a great idea that a tiefling priestess would be a gloriously interesting character for an adventuring party to encounter in a town. Half the villagers are suspicious of her, the other half are convinced she is the chosen favorite of the god/goddess as she's doing miraculous deeds. Something like that. To that end, I decided I had to sculpt such a figure. I got slightly off on the scale as she's a touch short (more like a teen in stature compared with adult minis of 28mm scale). I fleshed out the figure with a holy symbol and sacred text as those seemed suitably priestess-like. No weapons as she wasn't intended as an adventurer. Hope you enjoy her. Comments, compliments, and constructive criticism are always welcome :=)
  15. 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:
  16. I am back! Have been pretty busy with holidays and stuff, but now I have finally painted up (most of) my dungeon party. This first one is probably the one I am most proud of, since it is my first time experimenting with both sculpting and colour blending and I think the result turned out quite nicely. . Here she is, in all her glory! Backside Quite heavy make-up... Close-up of blending She is a warlock tiefling, with connections to the Fae Goddess Lurue, which is a Unicorn Goddess, hence the light colours. My friend had painted a portrait of her character and she had the more "curly" horns, so that was an obvious modification. I also found Sinessas nose (or lack thereof) a bit annoying, so I added some GS to that as well. Since I found my first experiment with modification through GS a success I went ahead and also switched her trident for a pin needle which I turned into a staff matching her horns. What do you think?
  17. 77118: Tiviel, Hellborn Rogue (Bones)

    I was commissioned to paint this figure for a D&D player and finished her up today. Enjoy!
  18. There's no major theme between this set, other than that they'd make one strange adventuring party. First off we have the LATEST version of Ajaxxus Skiotho, Tiefling Barbarian. I think he's been re-done more times than I've actually played him:
  19. 03321: Damien, Hellborn Wizard

    This is part of what I accomplished this weekend I still need a lot of practice. C & C encouraged
  20. Satyxis Raider

    I fished this lady out of the melt bin at ReaperCon, missing her chain whip which I replaced with a dagger. I don't play Cryx (and she's part of a 10-man squad anyway), so she gets painted up as a generic PFRPG NPC. I decided this would be a low-stress model: having fun takes priority over looking good. I put as much time as I wanted into any given section then moved on. She may have a chance to star in the next session of my RotRL game. The base I got from Secret Weapon’s Bag of Crap. I’m not a big fan of their gross alien bases, so it got paired with this low-stress model.
  21. Malakai Sorrowsbane is my friend's tiefling bard in a short 5e campaign we're playing. Modifications were done by klarg1. With this, I've painted up a miniature for all the players and the DM. I will give them to the players to take home after the final session. DM Mini Kerri Windrivver The Dwarf The Paladin The Ranger Malakai Sorrowsbane
  22. Anima Tactics: Bael

    Speed paint of Anima Tactics' Bael. Not particularly happy with her skin, the blues weren't cooperating today. And she has no nose, so it's painted on. As always, C & C welcome!
  23. So, I promised to show off my Current Projects in the Fall Exchange Thread, so here goes nothing! So, first off, I have been having troubles with my Camera. It cannot seem to take non-fuzzy pics of minis consistently, even in macro mode. I took about 30 pictures of my current project minis...11 of those pics came out okay-ish. But at least one of every mini was included in those pics, so here are most of those. Project #1: Dragonborn Barbarian! Been playing Wednesday Night D&D stuff and have become friends with a couple of regulars. Both have been impressed with my painting "Skills", so I'm making minis for them. The First is playing a Dragonborn Barbarian with a fire/Volcanic flare. So, I took to my Plasticrack Chop-Shop, and created the Abomination above. And there he is with a coat of Primer and the first red Base coat on his scales. Project #2: The other Player at the Wed. Game Is fairly young, about 14-15 ish. He has come a long way though, especially since he decided to try playing a Dwarf Paladin. So, I'm making him a custom Mini. Again, I went to the Chop-Shop, but was a little more reserved this time. I chopped off the original Axe, added an Icy Warhammer from a D&D Mini and a Beer Stein I got at GenCon a few years ago at a Mini Class. Project #3: Diversify my Tieflings! And Finish old projects while I'm at it :P This Lady has been half finished for months. And Yes, the pink hair IS intentional. Project #4: Mari the Sniper Ranger. This one is for a PC in my F2F 4E D&D Campaign that I run on Saturdays. This mini is apparently Admiral Thrune from some Pathfinder Adventure done up for their Pre-Painted Minis. All I care about though is that this is a Female Human with a Crossbow! You would not think that would be something difficult to find, but you would be wrong. Original Paint job was in a kind of bright red. Looks very different in these colors. Anywho, Please comment. I live on Kind Words and Good Advice:) GF
  24. Vallisra Satish ​Standing inside her summoning circle, Vallisra Satish thumps her staff of power down and channels forth arcane energies, the runes light up red and energies start to swirl about. She throws her head back and laugh wickedly, the plane opens up and out steps her Eidolon... --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Figure - Evil Female Mage (DSM-1168) Manufacturer - Darksword Miniatures Material - Pewter WIP Thread here. EDIT: I've taken some better pictures and replaced the old ones with these. Thanks for looking!
  25. Vaeloth, Hellborn Paladin Winter Exchange mini for RobinH Vaeloth was chosen to be my Winter Exchange piece for ... certain person yet to be revealed ... and when I decided on him, I spent a little time working out what I wanted to do for a scheme for him. Firstly, I knew I didn't want a classic tiefling saturated red for a skin tone and I also didn't want to do a shining knight look for his armor and such. Especially since he had a more rustic wolf pelt on his back for a cape. With that in mind I did decide that I wanted him to have a purplish, regal, cast to him to give him a look of royalty. The shield was such a blank canvas and all that space cried out for some form of heraldry but when I got the red on it I couldn't bring myself to mar it. I also decided he needed layering colors in his armor and went with red for the primary pieces to match his shield, purple for his undercoat and the scale sleeves and then a light blue mixed with some purple to get a less saturated blue for the lower scales. This is the first time I've used cork to make a rock base. I felt it wouldn't stand up to holding Vaeloth to the base if I didn't pin something together so I added a pin on his left foot/leg and that connects to the plastic base beneath the cork. And then glued it all into one piece. There's a bit of ballast in the crevices to makes some smaller rocks. I like the overall effect of the cork but am unsure if I will use the technique much. Here's an detail look at the black rune on the ground in front of Vaeloth. A remnant of his integral base. View the WIP Posts: WIP: Vaeloth, Hellborn Paladin WIP 2: Vaeloth, Hellborn Paladin Posted to the Inspiration Gallery.
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