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  1. Rat13

    Too many projects?!

    I think I've hit that point where I can admit, I officially have too many projects going. I have three figures in various stages of being painted (the orc, elf ranger, and a halfling PC). I have a full box of Cadian Shock Troopers primed with only one test painted and that one isn't even fully test painted. There are three kobold in various stages of being painted and modified. I found some plastic skull rings that are being painted to be used as shields. I think the kobold with the sword would look great with a shield. Last but not least I have a wiz kids miniature I'm working on for my wife. At the moment I don't have a dedicated painting station, our place right now is pretty small. So I started using an old carving knife box to store my ongoing projects. It's never been this full before though. I know I can't be the only one with this problem, heck this might even be a mild case.
  2. ub3r_n3rd

    ub3r's WIP's and Workbench!

    EDITED (7/8/14): To add a TOC for my WIP/Show-offs as a few others have done thus far. Everything from 2013 is in my Consolidated Show-Off thread. In 2014, I will be doing single show-off threads for my figures so that I can tag them properly and keep this index on-going so that I can track my own progress. 2012/2013 - 2014 - Ostog the Unslain (Reaper SKU #60068) - WIP & Show-off Damien, Hellborn Wizard (Reaper SKU #77149) - WIP 1, WIP 2 - For the 2014 "Bad Boys Challenge" - The last entry into the consolidated 2013 thread even though he was done in 2014. Uglunuk, Half Giant Warrior (Reaper SKU #03412) - WIP 1 , WIP 2, WIP 3 (Throne), WIP 4 - Show-off - Entered into the Painting Excuses Jan-Feb Single Entry Duke Gerard, Human Paladin (Reaper SKU #77063) - WIP, WIP 2, WIP 3, WIP 4/ Show-off Eye Beast, Magical Creature (Reaper SKU #77043) - WIP 1, WIP 2 / Show-off Hellakin Gorecutter Vignette Winter Exchange Project (Reaper SKU #'s 77018, 77126, & 77165) - WIP / Show-off Ulfrik "the Marred" - The Barbarian Dude: Redux (Raining Frogs Garage Limited Edition Piece) - WIP 1, WIP 2, WIP 3, WIP 4, WIP 5, WIP 6, WIP 7, WIP 8, WIP 9 (This portion got kinda chatty and a lot of ideas were given to me between some updates) - Show Off Karick-Dar, Apprentice - Sansulves the Magus (Guild of Harmony) - WIP 1, WIP 2 / Show-off Raphael LaCroix - Goblin Gunslinger (Wyrd Miniatures, Malifaux) - WIP, WIP 2 / Show-off Khalib, Runelord Apprentice - Fenzik the Sorcerer (Reaper SKU #60098) - WIP 1, WIP 2, WIP 3 / Show-Off Nonalla Ellinad, Female Wizard & Great Worm - The Summoning (Reaper SKUs: 03667 / 77006) - WIP Thread / Show-Off Thread - This is for the 2014 Summer Exchange Battle of the Sith Diorama Project - (Zargun, Assassin from Guild of Harmony with Karick-Dar's right hand and Darth Vader from West End Games Star Wars Miniatures) - WIP Thread / Show-Off Thread - This is for the 2014 Spaceship Superstar Contest ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Original first post moved down to top of post #5, making this area my Table of Contents.
  3. Hail Repearites, Since my Bones I Kickstarter package arrived recently and I started to paint them, I decided that now is a good time to sporadically post my progress here, and maybe receive some valuable input. These are all meant to be tabletop quality (i.e. better quality than WotC's minis - the old batches). I am a newbie painter. I don't have a lot of spare time, so I sneak a few minutes here and there where I can. Any comments or suggestions are welcome. First up is a WIP of a paint and take from a local comic convention. We painted three space marines in 45 minutes, using truly horrendous brushes (think of Buglips brushes post Kaladrax), and Citadel paints (one red for base coating, one brown wash for shadowing everything, one pink dry goo for highlighting, and one grey gravelly paint for the base. I wish that I had taken down their names). This was a lot of fun, and most of all proved to me that I CAN paint minis quick and dirty and yet get a good enough result for tabletop games. The space marines were primed in black when we got them. The first coat was just sloshing red paint over them. The brushes allowed for no subtlety here. Think of painting a Reaper Bones Kobold with a tree trunk and you'll get the idea. Second coat: weird pink highlights. iPhone camera barely shows them, so you'll have to believe me. Third coat: shadow with the black/brown wash/ink - I think it had oil in the name. Final coat: basing the marines with a grey paint that had little bits of gravel on it - and explained why the brushes looked the way they were. After that I did some touch ups, but for some reason I can't find a picture of the results. I'll snap one later and attach it to this post. Next post : Flesh Golem, the oh so famous rats, and an orc and a goblin meet in an adventuring group.
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