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Found 11 results

  1. Howdy, Some adventurers just aren't cut out for this... Kev!
  2. To change from fantasy, I wanted to do a quick paint of a Chronoscope mini in Bones. According to the store, it is "Frank Buck, Adventurer". I like the sculpt and its likeness to a very famous archaeologist / adventurer in the movies. My goal was a quick & simple paint job and nothing fancy for the base. The problem was that the mini was badly bent at the ankles making it lean forward a lot and no boiling/cooling was able to fix it. So, I still had to re-base it, and got a bit carried away in the re-basing process which yield to this mini vignette: "Heading into the Jungle" The tree and base texture was made with Scupley and lichen. The car is a Tamiya model kit of a Russian field car.
  3. Eando Kline Generic Adventurer! Eando is a static posed classic character who could be any one of a number of classes in your RPG. Here he's still very much generic with his crimson jacket, yellow-green packs, and griffon tan hair. He stands atop a Scibor Miniatures Royal Lions resin "ruins" base with gold filigree over a sunburst/chevron pattern which is above a white-tan sandstone lion statue's head. I hope you enjoy him. Check him out in the Inspiration Gallery and his WIP post. Added to Thrym's Index of Reaper Miniatures & Thrym's General Show Off List Eando's Paint List Jacket is Reaper Crimson Red, Trimmed with Reaper Palomino Gold covered with Vallejo Old Bronze Backpack and pouches are Vallejo Yellow Green Backpack Straps are Vallejo Rose Brown Hair is Griffon Tan and Suntanned Flesh Skin is the Reaper Suntanned Flesh Triad Scabbard is Reaper Gem Purple covered with Scale Colour Amethyst Dark Metal Trim on Shoulders, Knees, Elbow and on the Hilt of the Sword are Vallejo Gunmetal Grey Steel Trim on Sword and Scabbard are Scale Colour Thrash Metal Boots are Reaper Griffon Tan with Reaper Russet Brown Wraps Pants and Waist Coat are Vallejo Rose Brown I used Reaper Flesh Wash on the Boots, Waist Coat, Pants, Hair and Beard. Scibor Miniatures Royal Lions Ruin Base Paint List Filigree is Reaper Palomino Gold under Reaper New Gold Sunburst / Chevron Pattern is Vallejo Panzer Aces Stencil for the offset sunburst washed by Reaper Spattered Gore Ruins Surface is covered with Vallejo Gloss Varnish Ground is Reaper Umber Brown with Stencil highlights and Reaper Rattlesnake Leather on rock facets facing one direction Moss is Vallejo Yellow-Green Lion Head is Stencil with Reaper Suntan Flesh wash and Rattlesnake Leather shadows
  4. I've been looking to do a WIP for a while now but couldn't quite think what to do. So, after going through my collection of oldies, I decided to give this a crack: This was an old set of D&D Dungeon Adventurers by Citadel Miniatures & contained 8 character class minis plus a treasure chest. I started painting these many, many, many years ago but didn't get very far & never quite finished, as this pic shows....... also, whilst rummaging through my oldies, I found the partner set: which contains these D&D Monsters: and they go together, so I guess I'll have to do them all...... I am a very slow methodical painter & speed painting is unknown to me so if you're interested in following this to see how it ends, you may want to prepare yourself for a long haul! Comments are always welcome, many thanks!
  5. hey , i would like to get a comparison scale for Franck Buck with some of the most common 28mm on the market like Wargame Foundry, Crusader, Artizan, Coppelstone, etc... The main problem is the scale different between several miniatures in the Reaper range. For example, the dwarfs, when you have to mix them with other manufacturers is sometime difficult. thank you for your interest regards Eric
  6. Over the last 6 months, I've been working on a lengthy project to get a couple of old classic Citadel official D&D mini sets from the 1980's painted up & now, I've finally finished! Thanks to all who viewed, commented, encouraged & supported me along the way. The WIP can be found here. There's two sets, one of Dungeon Adventurers & one of Dungeon Monsters, here's the pics: Encounter shot: Adventurers group shot: Monsters group shot: Elf, Dwarf & Elf: Magic-User, Treasure Chest & Cleric: Unarmoured Fighter, Thief & Fighter: Giant Rats, Stirge & Giant Fire Beetles: Kobold, Giant Toad & Orc: Bugbear, Skeleton & Gnoll: Thanks for looking!
  7. Patrik Strom

    Robert of Carlistle Wall, Red Box Games

    This is Robert of Carlistle Wall from Red Box Games and I'm quite happy with how he turned out. He's one of the RBG miniatures that I've been intimidated into not painting. But since he's apart of my 2015 goals I forced myself to begin. He's one of many Aenglish (the fraction) minis I'm set to paint and I hope to reuse the paint scheme to create some cohesion between the miniatures. I'd like to thank Marsya for tips on the color scheme.
  8. Pampala

    80033: Frank Buck Bones 2

    Last miniature I have done for a friend archeologist as a gift. I hope you like it. Comments are more than welcome.
  9. I’m working on finishing the rest of my Otherworld dungeon adventurers before the last part of the Indiegogo campaign and next in line was the Male Human Illusionist. There’s parts of him I’m pleased with and some I’m not. I could have worked more on the “skirt†and the face didn’t come together. On the other hand the figure has lots of small nicknacks that came out quite nicely.
  10. So I've got Christmas Eve off, so stayed up a bit later than normally to finish up this guy's base. This is Ivar the Barbarian Adventurer, another Chris Jackson figure that was sculpted I think after Ral Partha became Iron Wind Metals. So for me this figure is significant mostly because it's the thirtieth figure I've painted this year, which means I've been able to average slightly more than a figure every other week. This will probably be the last one I finish this year. I may get something started over the next few days, but I'm pretty sure my next figure will belong to 2015. I'm giving a front and back view of this one because he's got a shield to show off, plus he's just got the craziest shorts that an adventurer could hope for. Anyhoos, enjoy! I'm not even actually that disappointed in my metals this time, so who knows I'm either making some kind of progress or just becoming apathetic. Merry Christmas everybody! Mark
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