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  1. Dwarf Brewer 77461

    Painted this dwarf last night and was pretty happy with how he turned out. I free-handed some patterns on his cloak that turned out OK, but I was mostly proud of how the color scheme ended up looking. If I had to do it over, I would make the boots a different color, as well as use a lighter pink with the plaid. Critiques and advice always welcome, thanks!
  2. Reaper Miniatures, 10034 Mousling Tavern boxed set and 01432, Easter Mousling. All sculpted by Gene Van Horne. Happy 25th Anniversary Reaper Miniatures!
  3. 10034, Wendell the Cheering Mousling

    Hi, here's another Mousling I just completed. Wendell the Cheering Mousling was sculpted by Gene Van Horne. He's part of the 10034, Mousling Tavern Boxed Set.
  4. 10034, Earnest the Singing Mousling

    Here is Earnest the Singing Mousling sculpted by Gene Van Horne. He's also part of Reaper Miniatures 10034, Mousling Tavern Boxed Set.
  5. Meet Bruendor Bloodmane. He will be leading my first warband for FrostGrave. This was also my first experience with actual washes and inks. Not too bad for my first go. **EDIT** Pic is fuzzy. I will try to upload a new one when I get home. Close up of the forehead for the rune. CAH
  6. Presenting: Kaglin Busystone!

    Nah, it's just Nord Kegbreaker, by Bob Olley. A great sculpt that's going to make a nice marker at the D&D table for my Dwarven cleric and brewer, Kaglin Busystone. Same-ol' thing for me, painting this, except I did switch palettes to one of the "egg-carton" ones, as I childishly call them. But that did let me really water my (crappy craft) paint down more than usual. Trying to smooth out my application of the paint. And then this picture, not-good, because I was trying to get the coloring on the cap to show in a photo which I otherwise wasn't having any luck at all doing: Thanks for looking! Any comments or criticism is appreciated.
  7. These are the nearly completed (1st three booths) of my farmers market & renaissance fair (RPG) tabletop game board,,,pictured are; 1. Beer booth (The Tin Tankard) 2. Potions/Lotions/Candles/Incense/Herbs booth (Unnamed as yet) 3. Rugs & Fabrics booth (Shags & Rags) All that is left to do is add specific signs & standards. I know that you have grown tired of seeing postings this project in the works...so this is the last posting of these booths until I start working on the board they will be mounted on. I am open to suggestions for the naming of (booth # 2).
  8. Santa Dwarf

    Santa Dwarf comes to give all the good dwarves their favorite holiday gift! Wait what? Reaper made a "real" Santa Dwarf? That one seems unlikely to be as popular as this fellow come Christmas morning. C&C appreciated. This is the first Stonehaven Dwarf that I've painted, he was lots of fun. I tried to rely less on washing and drybrushing on this guy, and I think his shirt in particular is a big improvement over my previous minis. He's shinier than I'd like, but I'll have to wait until spring before I can hit him with Dullcote. (I used GW Hardcoat, then watered down Reaper Matte Sealant). Also my first usage of a resin base (this one came with the dwarves), and I made the mistake of painting the base then gluing him on - then I had to repaint part of the base which didn't come out quite right. I tried to cover up my mistake with dark brown and call it "shadows."
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