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  1. Hi, they wait three years for painting. When I started miniature painting i fell in love with rackham miniatures but I thought I was not enough skilled to paint them. Now I think I am:). I want to make a freehand on shields of last two skorize warriors but I have to rest a while. Making bases was super fun. All comments are welcome.
  2. Another Foorian from Confrontation for a client wanting these models in a ocean theme. This one went really quick - 5 hours start to finish with lots of glazes and feathering. Very little blending used here at all.
  3. An old Confrontation Foorian for a swap. I'm poor so I trade paint jobs for games and miniatures. This is a quick turn-around, nothing fancy high TT job for cheap. Colours as per the clients request. Due to the nature of his pose, he was pretty tough to photo. He was so hunched over I couldn't get the camera lower, or more light on the face.
  4. Just finished this little bugger. Simple, tabletop-quality paintjob. As a goblin, it's a bit on the large side.
  5. One of my more recent works, a gobblydegook of Goblins from various manufacturers. Unfortunately, this whole batch suffered a sealant malfunction and had to be rescued...after a few hours of that, I kind of called it done in frustration. I also tried out a suggestion from a previous thread, of using a darker backdrop. This is my kit from Dwarven Forge's first Kickstarter. First off, the Goblins of Golarion, (Pathfinder Goblins from Reaper Bones) A foul witch who practices dread alchemies deep in the woods, armed with her Wand of Exploding and Broom of Bashin', the wicked Baba Yagob (from Confrontation): The most hated member of any tribe, the Bearer-of-Words, who keeps those cursed things away from the goodly Goblins (A Reaper familiar) Some Thugs and ne'er-do-wells (Warhammer Gnoblars and Goblins: Two Goblins brothers who get along swimmingly (Warhammer Goblin Squig Herder) A Goblin who failed his Survival check to identify that mushroom (Infested Goblin from Ganesha Games) A big burly Goblin who claims to be a Barbarian, but who can tell? They're all pretty Barbaric (Reaper Goblin Barbarian) The most important members of the tribe, the Master-of-Meals and Bringer-of-Brews, (an old 40k Grot and a Gnoblar) And some gobbledygook shots:
  6. I painted this guy up just a little while ago to be a mighty Dwarf Alchemist in our Iron Kingdoms campaign. He wears the mask in public quite a bit, but I suppose you would too if you were packing as many chemicals as this guy.
  7. Another on of my real oldies. Tried an albino look on this one. French company Rackham made these for their Confrontation line. Great minis, now oop, replaced by low quality plastics before the company crumbled.