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  1. Hello everyone, Over in the Bones 4 Kickstarter enthusiasm thread, there seemed to be quite a few people calling for a list of the new bones figures coming because of the kickstarter. I had a spreadsheet that I'd been using for the previous kickstarters and have tacked a Bones 4 sheet onto it. This is open for editing by anyone to edit and fix things I've missed. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dFN0lQL096zQMq8KG5aXcgrA7-VEIEoU6W-ujck7kj4/edit#gid=142862380 (same as linked in my signature). Entries are group by set (core, expansions, add ons, etc) and sorted by display order on the Kickstarter images. Reference numbers are from the Kickstarter images -- for the most part, some are made up to make discussions easier. The colors of the "Reference #" and "Group" columns match the colors of the backgrounds of the Kickstarter update images or for late additions, the Pledge Manager. Specifically for the Bones 4 sheet several of the rows have red background colors. The red background "Name" entries are where I've not been able to determine the correct name from either update images or sneak preview videos. Red background "Existing Part #" entries are where I've not been able to determine if the figure is a new sculpt or what the existing figure's number is. One thing you'll notice is that there are counts in columns E-F of all sheets, and a date entry field in column G. These counts come from my Bones Kickstarter painted mini tracking spreadsheet. Column E is a full count of the figures you'd receive if you pledged for one of everything in the Kickstarter (except count of bases). Column F is a count of minis that are painted. G2 is a count of unpainted minis and H2 is a percentage of collection that is unpainted. Hopefully this is helpful to others out there.
  2. The thing that should not be! (Cthulhu)

    Behold! The lord of madness! Cthulhu How does he even see?! BFF forever!
  3. The thing that should not be

    Hes coming....
  4. Male Storm Giant (Bones) (77163)

    This past week I painted the Male Storm Giant figure from the Bones 1 Kickstarter Storm Giants set. This finishes this set for me; and, more importantly, this finishes my Bones 1 Kickstarter paint-and-post project! I've now painted every single figure I received from the Bones 1 Kickstarter and posted a painting article about it on my All Bones About It blog. I have to say it's been an amazing journey along the way. I've had the chance to experiment with a lot of techniques, and learn a bunch of new things. Starting the blog led me here to the Reaper forums where I've met a lot of cool folks. And I've also enjoyed getting to know my readers over on the blog. I painted this big fella in the same color scheme I used for his queen, Yephima, who I posted a couple weeks ago. I attempted to paint his shoulder armor as if it had lightning radiating from the face, to go with the Storm Giant theme. I also added a small nail-art gem to the hilt of his sword. Here are the king and queen together.
  5. Over the weekend I finished up Yephima, Female Cloud Giant, from the Bones 1 Kickstarter Storm Giants set. So, she is listed in the Reaper online store as a Cloud Giant, but in the Kickstarter she was part of the Storm Giant set; so I debated which direction to go with her, and decided to go with the Storm Giant look. Next, I looked up the description of Storm Giants in my old D & D Monster Manual, and found out they can have violet skin and can have blue-black hair. Sounded like a nice painting challenge to me! Well, the purple skin and silver-grey eyes take some getting use to, but otherwise I'm quite happy how she turned out. :) Just two figures left to paint in my Bones 1 Kickstarter Paint and Post blogging challenge! For the complete step-by-step painting article on my blog, see: Yephima
  6. A selection of bones models

    I was tidying up some of the many areas I have models stored in the house and I came across a box of primed wargaming models. So I selected a few and decided to paint them, these will either be used for Frostgrave or other games. There are 14 in total some with black undercoat, some white and some cream. I will try and post updates as I got through them, hopefully I will progress a few at a time but may end up finishing one at a time. Thanks for looking.
  7. Dolly Familiar (Bones) (77196)

    Continuing along with completing my Bones 1 KS painting and blogging challenge, I completed the Dolly Familiar figure this week. This leaves me just 3 figures left to paint and post of the 266 I got in the first Bones KS. This was a fun little figure to paint; but like many, I was at first confused as to what the little blob of white plastic was supposed to represent. A few quick searches here on the forum led me in the right direction. :) For the full step-by-step blog painting article, see: Dolly
  8. As I head into the final few figures left of my Bones 1 Kickstarter blog painting challenge, this past weekend I finished up Boerogg Blackrime, Frost Giant Jarl. (Though in the Kickstarter he was labeled as the Ice Giant King). Just 4 more figures to paint from my entire Bones 1 purchase. For his full painting article, see: Frost Giant And here is is with his queen. I painted her almost two years ago.
  9. This weekend I finished up the Griffon figure from the Bones 1 Kickstarter. As some of you may know, I have been chronicling the painting of all the figures I received from the Bones 1 Kickstarter on my All Bones About It Blog. Well, completing the Griffon puts me on the threshold of the final ten figures of this endeavor. The Griffon being done, figure 256 of 266 figures, leaves just 10 figures left for me to paint. I was hoping I could get done by the time Bones 3 arrives, and with the delay in shipping it looks like a real possibility. For the full Griffon step-by-step painting article, please see: Griffon
  10. Arrius, Skeletal Warrior (Bones) (77158)

    I'm currently working on the Bones 1 Grave Danger set as I head down the home stretch in my blog goal to paint and post all my Bones 1 Kickstarter minis. Just 11 more to go! This week I painted the Arrius, Skeletal Warrior, figure. I wanted to do something different than the standard grey/silver armor look, so I decided to go with red armor to make him a little more visually exciting. Other than that, it was a straight basic tabletop paint job. For the full step by step painting article, please see my blog: Arrius, Skeletal Warrior
  11. Kyra, Iconic Cleric (Bones) (89015)

    This week I painted Kyra, Iconic Cleric, from the Bones I Iconics II Pathfinder Miniatures set. She looked to me to be suitably clothed for adventures in a cold environment; so, since I am short on Templar type figures for Frostgrave, I decided to paint her as such a figure for my Frostgrave collection. Unfortunately, this is one of the figures from the Bones I Kickstarter that ended up with nose issues. For gaming purposes this doesn't bother me too much, and a nice heavily highlighted nose paint job helps hide the fact that she barely has one; though you can tell there still isn't something right about it...
  12. This week I painted up Ezren, Icon Wizard, from the Bones 1 Iconics II Pathfinder Miniatures set. Like the figure I posted Monday (Seltyiel, Iconic Magus), which I decided to use as a Fire-themed Elementalist, this one I felt would serve as a good Elementalist too, but an Air-themed one. He just had a very wind blown look about him, and I thought I could accent that by painting some wind designs on his clothing. I'm happy with how he turned out, and together I think they make a great pair of Elementalists for Frostgrave.
  13. Seltyiel, Iconic Magus (Bones) (89014)

    Over the weekend I finished up the first of the Bones 1 Iconics II Pathfinder Miniatures set: Seltyiel, Iconic Magus. I've slowly been trying to create a Wizard and Apprentice pair for each of the 10 schools of magic from the Frostgrave core rulebook, and one of the ones I haven't done yet is the Elementalist type. I thought this guy might make a good fire-based Elementalist, so decided to go that direction with my painting. ​For the step-by-step painting write-up, please see my blog: http://allbonesabout.blogspot.com/2016/09/seltyiel-iconic-magus-figure-244-of-266.html
  14. When I first saw the thread over on the Terrain Forum, where lowlylowlycook was painting up Kalladrax to use as Frostgrave terrain, I thought that it was a really cool idea; and I decided I wanted do the same for my Frostgrave games. So, I picked up a copy of Kalladrax, and last Thursday I got started on the project, and just finished up yesterday. If you'd like to see the full step by step Work-in-Progress thread, please see here on my Frostgrave Terrain thread; otherwise, on to the photos! :) I'm really happy with how this piece came out. I think it will be quite the show-stopper when used as the centerpiece on my Frostgrave table at upcoming conventions.
  15. This past week I started painting the Pirates set from the Bones 1 KS, and painted the Mariel Twinspar, Female Pirate figure. I'm pleased with how she turned out and I'm glad I made the extra effort to decorate her coat, though in retrospect I wish I had taken a little more time with it, and concentrated on spacing and uniformity of the designs more. Since my pirate games take place in taverns and boats as well as in outdoor land settings, I usually leave the bases a plain tan color so they blend in both indoors and outdoors .
  16. Orc Stalkers (77051) (Bones)

    This past weekend I completed the four Orc Stalker figures from the Bones 1 Kickstarter Orcpocalypse add-on set. I converted three of the four figures so they would all look different. In the photo below, the first one is the original figure, the second has a new sword from the Orc Berserker added to his raised hand, the third has a replacement GW club added (Not sure if it was orc or troll in origin) and his other hand repositioned, and the fourth has his arms repositioned to hold a spear from one of the Orc Hunter figures. These aren't my best paint jobs by far, (it ended up being a busy weekend so I rushed to finish them); but I wanted to share them as I thought folks might be interested in seeing the conversion possibilities with these figures.
  17. Juliette

    I needed a break from Nathavarr, so I pulled Juliette out of my "to paint" box. Base coated with grey liner, and then primarily Sapphire Blue and Spectral White, and Breast Cancer Awareness Pink. Not quite done. I can see some cleanup that needs doing around the corset... And the snow effects need some work. Before I call it done, any thoughts or suggestions?
  18. Damiel, Iconic Alchemist (Bones) (89010)

    Over the weekend I finished up Damiel, Iconic Alchemist, from the Bones 1 Kickstarter Iconics and Officially Licensed Pathfinder Miniatures Set. Since he is an alchemist, I thought it might be fun to give him a white lab-coat. Painted for the tabletop. C & C welcome.
  19. Amiri, Iconic Barbarian (89005) (Bones)

    Over the weekend I finished up the Amiri, Iconic Barbarian, figure from the Bones 1 Kickstarter Iconics and Officially Licensed Pathfinder Miniatures Set. ​ I tried making her weapons look like they were made from obsidian; and while I'm generally happy, I was a bit sloppy with the painted highlights on the spearheads. Anyway, she's for tabletop use, so nothing too fancy. As always, C&C welcome.
  20. Seelah, Iconic Paladin (Bones) (89011)

    This past week I officially began working on the Iconics and Officially Licensed Pathfinder Miniatures Set, from the Bones 1 Kickstarter, and painted the Seelah, Iconic Paladin, figure. Nothing fancy, just a quick job to get her tabletop ready. After I did the finally spray varnish, I used a little bead of superglue to apply a small fingernail gem to the base of her sword. I like the way she came out, though I probably should have spent a little more time with the free-hand on the shield. It is an oddly shaped shield, and there really wasn't much room to do anything on it. I guess I should have just done it in a solid color. Nonetheless, it is a nice basic figure and was easy to paint. C & C welcome
  21. Orc Snipers (Archers) (77056) (Bones)

    This weekend I finished up the four Orc Sniper figures from the Bones 1 Kickstarter Orcpoclypse add-on set. I did some minor conversions to a couple of them to help make them look a bit less uniform on the tabletop Looking at the row below; The first orc has his arm sliced at the shoulder and wrist, and repositioned back around to look like he is reaching for an arrow out of his quiver. The second has had his arm sliced at the shoulder and repositioned down to look like he is reaching for his short sword. The third and fourth orcs are unchanged. Nothing fancy with these guys, just a quick paint-up to get them table ready.
  22. The weekend I finished up Terezinya, Bonepander Wizard, the last of the Bones 1 Kickstarter Necromancer set that I had left to paint. Even though this figure is labeled as a wizard, I thought her lack of extensive armor, or anything particularly 'wizardy" looking about her outfit, and that fact that she is carrying just one weapon, made her a good candidate to be a Thug in my Necromancer warband for Frostgrave. Since she was just going to be a Thug (low-level fighter), I didn't do anything fancy with the paint job. Just a quick tabletop application. As always, C & C welcome.
  23. Leisynn, Mercenary Mage (77174) (Bones)

    I got back to the Bones 1 Kickstarter Necromancer set this past week, and painted the Leisynn, Mercenary Mage figure. I was apprehensive going in to this figure, as it just seemed so busy with all the horns, the ornate staff and book, and the huge shoulder pads and skull-decorated hangings coming off of them. I was further discouraged when halfway though painting him I discovered he has a mold line running down his face! I knew I had to do him, so the only way to finish a figure is to start with the first color, and just keep adding one more color after that. I actually grew to like this figure as I went along; and I think he turned out looking much better than I had expected. I'm now torn as to which figure to use as my Frostgrave Necromancer; this figure, or Malek,http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/67797-malek-necromancer-77172bones/ , who I completed a couple weeks ago. As always, C & C welcome.
  24. Village Rioter (Bones)(77140)

    Knowing I would be short of time for painting this past week due to Spring Break traveling, I skipped doing another figure from the Bones I Kickstarter "Necromancers" set that I had been working on recently, and instead selected one of the simpler figures from the Bones I Kickstarter "Townsfolk II" set to paint: the Village Rioter. I did a quick tabletop paint job on him and think he turned out pretty good. As always, C & C welcome.
  25. Malek, Necromancer (77172)(Bones)

    Last week, before I left for the Cold Wars miniatures gaming convention in Lancaster, PA (Hopefully some photos from that on the House Tabletop thread later today!), I put the finishing touches on Malek Necromancer from the Bones I Kickstarter Necromancers set. I'm now half way through this set, with two done, and two to go. After he was painted (for tabletop use), and sprayed with Dullcote, I superglued a green nail-art gem to the circle at the top of his staff. I think this detail turned out pretty nifty. As always, C & C welcome.
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