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Found 28 results

  1. BananeDC

    [Conan] 4 Valnirs

    This is an order for someone else, 4 valnirs pour an extension of Conan the Boardgame. Working time : 4h15 I put the non upgradedwhite images in order to show the snow because otherwise it is white on white...
  2. haldir

    giant snake???

    Anyone that has the Conan boardgame by Monolith, this question is for you. Curious if the following mini would look good on a huge size base (5e): https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/~7IAAOSwUqBbM7J4/s-l1600.jpg (just an image. It opens up to the rather large extended picture vs a auction entry pic) I'm in need of a huge size snake for a game I'll be running in Vegas next Feb. thanks!
  3. WARNING NUDITY so LINKS. EDIT: Since Photbucket got Evil I linked my Putty and Paint Page here: http://www.puttyandpaint.com/projects/15073 EDITED AGAIN I HAVE A NEW HOSTING SITE> LINKED FOR NUDITY https://postimg.cc/image/rxfnuilx1/ https://postimg.cc/image/4j7oiljf9/ https://postimg.cc/image/hnd8vaj6t/ https://postimg.cc/image/4j7oilyut/ This is my first take on a bust. It's from Kabuki 1/6 scale. Since she's a Not Red Sonja, I gave her warpaint like Conan has. I tried a freehand tattoo, it's supposed to be a stylized Dragon/Snake eating his own tail. I had loads of fun painting her. Here Is my WIP if interested. http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/62241-ky-ra-bust-16-kabuki-by-xherman1964/
  4. BananeDC

    Conan The Boardgame Fully painted

    Hi, Here's my Conan the Boardgame miniatures. Painted in 6 weeks last year for a total of 120 hours of work. 212 minis.
  5. Having a hard time getting started back up on my keeper's sanctum diorama... I think I need to purposely take a break from it and work on some other stuff to get my creative juices flowing again. I have this idea in my head for a 75mm diorama featuring black sun miniatures' "Barbarian and the Lost Princess" (Conan) vs SC75's "Brock the Wanderer" I'm thinking in this piece that it will have Conan carrying the princess through a dungeon type setting and then Brock standing there in front of a doorway. I'm going to really pull from artwork that I admire in regards to barbarians such as Frazetta and Patrick J. Jones. Right now I'm cleaning off the flash and mold lines, as soon as I do that, I'll wash everything and start to assemble as much as I can without causing issues during painting. Mood and color scheme inspiration pic from Patrick J. Jones -
  6. Werewolvians

    Conan Stuff

    Here's some stuff from the Conan Board game by Monolith. Sorry they don't have numbers. Thak (apeman), Skuthus, Amra (Lion), Conan the General, Conan the Warlord.
  7. primeval

    Bronze Age Miniatures Barbarian

    I have had this Bronze Age Miniatures barbarian on the WIP shelf for far too long; its a great sculpt - very Frazetta-ish! I tried to do the skin in a paler tone, and worked more with glazes than my usual layering/blending. I used Army Painter Barbarian Flesh as the base, then glazed that with Reaper Flesh Wash a couple of times and started working back up with the Barbarian Flesh plus an old Ral Partha Noble Flesh added in for each successive glaze/layer. The hair came out a little blue but I am going to leave it and move on. As always, I love David's sculpts and he has a ton of other great barbarians I look forward to getting to.
  8. primeval

    Grenadier Barbarian

    This is one of the harder to find Grenadier Fantasy Warriors Barbarians as he is not currently in production - I gave him a club and shield instead of the halberd he inexpicably had in the USA pack (he had a sword in the UK pack). I used the Reaper Ruddy Flesh-Barbarian Flesh-Warrior Flesh triad, along with some Olive Skin Shadow as a glaze over the basecoat and mixed in the first few layers. The pictures are a little overexposed I think, but I am pleased with the skintone results! This is also an example of how well Tamiya Smoke can work as a glaze over metal - I really like the tone on the shield.
  9. primeval

    Idol of Crom

    I have been working on this Idol of Crom to use in the Monolith Conan game - made from a bust and then surrounded/based in cork for the rough stone. I started with black and worked up with overbrushed layers of grey, as well as pushing around some nearly dry paints in parts to create texture. There are also washes of black and Secret Weapon Stone involved. I am basically at the final highlight stage, then will do some dirt and grass around the rough stone part. A fun project! First picture, starting to build up the base:
  10. This is an objective/scenery piece I did to use in the Monolith Conan game - thanks for the advice I got in the WIP thread!
  11. Werewolvians

    Baal-pteor from Conan Boardgame

    I foresee using a lot of flesh colored paints for all these Conan figures.
  12. Werewolvians

    Conan the Barbarian (from the BG Conan)

    It was a no brainer that I had to paint Conan first.
  13. primeval

    Belegast The Bloodthirsty

    He stood resplendent in his looted war-gear, taken from a site in the high places of the Cimmerian lands, where his shaman had led him. There, buried around a statue of an ancient barbarian hero, had been found the artifacts from a long ago era, before a great cataclysm his shaman had told him. More Vanir warriors had come to his fight under his banner since, and his shaman assured him there were more such items to be found - and so he led a raiding party once more to Cimmeria, and cresting a small rise he found himself looking into a small vale. Therein stood another statue, but this time also a band of Cimmerian warriors protecting it, shaking their swords and axes as they bellowed forth war cries and challenges. No matter; the helm of Am-Ra would be his - he raised the axe of Gor-na, pointing toward his foes, "Forth Vanir slayers - blood, glory and treasure await!" This is Belegast the Bloodthirsty by Tre at Red Box Games, with a slight conversion to wield an axe from a Fenryll barbarian. For some reason the skintones are washed out by the lights, but I did use a very pale skintone (RMS Fair Skin Triad with Flesh Wash). Otherwise I am pretty pleased with how he came out!
  14. primeval

    Four A Miniatures Barbarian

    This is a barbarian from Four A Miniatures, sculpted by Matt Gubser who has done some great barbarians for Reaper too. I used the new Ruddy Flesh-Barbarian Flesh-Warrior Flesh on this and really like the result!
  15. primeval

    Grenadier Barbarian Shaman

    Ok, so technically this is from the Grenadier Fantasy Warriors wood elf line, but I think he works better as a barbarian, so here he is!
  16. primeval

    Barbarian Ancestor Statue

    This is a 54mm barbarian from a small line no longer in production (I have several others I plan to use like this), done as a barbarian ancestor statue for a scenario I have in mind for the Conan game coming soon! First time using Secret Weapon washes and really liked the effect of the Stone Wash!
  17. This is The Amphisbaena, which I originally painted up the other night to go along with Draco the Barbarian, but I reversed course when I remembered that the main contest that I'm going to enter Draco into at Reapercon (for Ares Mythologic) needs to have their figures and not mainly have other manufacturers in any diorama/vignette that I build. So I'll go ahead and add this to an already created base and another Conan barbarian that I have. This was part of the most recent Temple of Set IGG campaign and what is even cooler about this snake is that it was sculpted by Andy (TaleSpinner)! Anyhow, here's the 2-headed snake in all his slithery glory! Of course C&C are welcomed and encouraged!
  18. Once again I have veered off into another project rather than finish the myriad already on my WIP shelf.... this one is an Avatars of War barbarian with a new axe head from Reaper and the lion helm added to make him Conan as King of Aquilonia! The lion helm was done by filing down his hair and head to fit inside a Fenryll piece and then sculpting the mane on.
  19. primeval

    Belit, Queen of the Black Coast

    This is my version of Xanthia from Hasslefree Miniatures, done to represent Belit from the Conan story "Queen of the Black Coast" as she comes ashore to wreak havoc. I got the idea for the base at 3am one morning and had her based before having any paint on her - a reversal of my usual method but I am happy with how it came out. Linked for nudity as the resin master of this (which this is) shows bare breasts as opposed to the metal version which seems to have a disc covering the nipples. Xanthia, front view Xanthia, rear view
  20. The first of many to soon be posted, a very Conanesque Barbarian, Traeg. He's a Reaper piece, but years of being kept in a box underneath a bed lead to a hand transplant (from a Dwarf Wars Nordvolk, if memory serves)
  21. primeval

    Orsa Stormbringer

    It has taken me way too long to finish this, but at long last he is done. This is Orsa Stormbringer, the first miniature I had commissioned and sculpted by Leandro Ventic. He will be part of an upcoming Kickstarter.
  22. I'm surprised that I haven't found a thread for this. I know several people here pledged for the Conan board game, so here's an opportunity to get even more use out of those fantastic looking minis. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/modiphius/robert-e-howards-conan-roleplaying-game?ref=users
  23. Had this guy around for a while. Painted him at a local store gathering today: https://youtu.be/lSyov5YTpKo?t=46s
  24. I converted a Fenryll amazon to create this Priestess of Set for Conan's world. The staff emblem is from an old RAFM minature, and the snake is from Reaper. I really like the RMS Olive Skintone Triad for Stygian skintones. The copper tones are built up from RMS Scorched Metal with layers of Vallejo Copper added and finally glazed with Tamiya Clear Orange - I love the rich tone that achieves. As she is topless, I have linked her here rather than post the image. I hope you enjoy her; she is probably my favorite of my recent works. Priestess of Set, front view Priestess of Set, rear view
  25. primeval

    03088: Bagheera, Demonic Ape

    "Then something swept down across the stars and struck the sward near him. Twisting about, he saw it—the winged one! With fearful speed it was rushing upon him, and in that instant Conan had only a confused impression of a gigantic manlike shape hurtling along on bowed and stunted legs; of huge hairy arms outstretching misshapen black-nailed paws; of a malformed head, in whose broad face the only features recognizable as such were a pair of blood-red eyes. It was a thing neither man, beast, nor devil, imbued with characteristics subhuman as well as characteristics superhuman." Robert E. Howard, "Queen of the Black Coast" I have finally finished this, done as the Winged One from Queen of the Black Coast, after starting it way back in October. I worked more with glazes on this one - every bit has GW Leviathan Purple in the glazing. The fur was the first part finished, and I was very tentative about trying to glaze after painting every one of those fur strands individually to pick them all out (after a light overbrush on top of the basecoat) - but I think it came out very well. I really enjoyed painting this, and picturing the scene from the story as I did!
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