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Found 5 results

  1. Kangaroorex

    oathsworn bat

    Just another critter off my desk and on to the display area. these are fun and relatively quick paints and I find myself a lot more willing to experiment with painting styles and other things. This however was just a quick job of a cute but very small critter. Let me know your thoughts and thanks for looking!
  2. Kangaroorex

    Oathsworn Fennic fox

    just playing with these to get some more done. I had to increase the ear size on this model. I would like to say the new size is preposterous but when you look at the pictures of these critters, they are just about half ears. I could probably have done a better job filling the space between old and new ear but I wanted to keep the fuzzy texture of the ear. What's done is done. Overall I like the way his face came out and the desert pastels were an nice change to work with. let me know what you think. He will be coming to a desert oasis near you...
  3. odinsgrandson

    Rabid Squirrels (and skunk)

    Here are how I painted up my Rabid Squirrels for Super Dungeon Explore. I only have three of them here- because my wife claims half of the chibi minis I get. It is a good thing we got so many of the same sculpt here, or we would have had to fight over them (she got most of the pets...) Here they are:
  4. Kangaroorex

    Oathsworn badger

    This is the first of the Oathsworn critters that I completed. (there are still two more waited on finishing) but the first was the badger. Apparently all of the badgers want to keep their baby blankets as battle trophies but I really love how the mint green cape came out. I also just love this mini. all sorts of little things on the armor and equipment: the damage and scars on the armor, the nicks and bangs on the club, and just the general texture of the critter. And the pose. I love the pose! Mike has done an absolutely incredible job capturing motion and action in all of his critters. these are bright to the point where the few non action poses actually seem to be relaxed. The same cannot be said for my state as I try to pry this mini off his base. The metal this mini was cast in was hard! I was eventually reduced to tin snips and a dremel tool to grind and tear the base off because I wanted to put him on a specific base. Which involved a new titanium drill bit to pin the little guy. He did lose a few toes in the process which had to be rebuilt but other than that I really like how he came out and I love the minis (and will probably add another one of these to my current KS order just because) Anyway, without further ado, here is the pictures. C&C is particularly appreciated here as I am still working with the fur to make it look realistic without defeating the work that Mike did on the fur sculpt. Enjoy!
  5. Guy of Gisborne here is going to be my Christmas present for my mom, so I'm trying to knuckle down and get him done this weekend. I'm taking a short break to post the progress so far. There are a couple inspirations for this miniatures - the first dog we had growing up was a beagle named Tungsten; and my mom has a "dog" bathroom (it's decorated with dogs, it's not for dogs). The cloak is finished except for a few stray brushstrokes I need to clean up. The fur and armor are "basecoated" - they will need additional details. I expect the tabard to give me trouble, and to look at Jess Rich's studio paint job for tips. Depending on how quickly I finish the rest of him, I might try some simple freehand on the cloak - and by simple I mean something like a line near the bottom. Any suggestions or critiques are welcome.
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