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  1. 03386 Thorvald Dwarf Hero

    I've been collecting minis for almost 30 years and finally getting around to doing what I've been wanting to do which is actually paint them. Started a couple months ago with a few Dark Sword Critter Kingdom minis and an old Grenadier dragon. And now this, which is my first Reaper mini and an attempt at NMM. C&C welcome.
  2. Just getting back into D20 gaming, and I've recently became a big fan of the Reaper Mini line. Just wanted to show off some work I've done in the past month or so. All have been painted with acrylic and clear coated with rust-oleum matte clear enamel for some durability for table top gaming. I borrowed some of the paint schemes from internet finds and other i just winged from what colors I liked. Any ways here's the minis.
  3. I have more orcs to paint, but I'm gonna switch it up for a bit and do some Spooky Scary Skeletons!
  4. Reaper 02232 Karina of the Blade WIP

    I still don't have replacement brushes, but I've been getting oddly useful results from my u-shaped brush and managed to heal a W&N Series 7 00 enough to help the terrible brush along. I'd rather fight them a bit than take a painting break, because I've been going gangbusters since about mid-december. I might fall out of the groove if I take a few days off. Since it's been a while since I last did a WIP, and as this one is very fresh and untouched, I thought I'd post her up as I went along. I think you can see the rather large mold lines on the inside of her shield. That's going to be trouble, but I think it's worth it. I'm always a sucker for a nice Sandra Garrity fightin' lady. I've already been picking at it, so she should be ready for primer soon.
  5. So this is my entry for the May FB contest. I wanted to make a statue for our Mummy's Mask Pathfinder campaign and he does an awesome job! I'm actually thinking about getting a couple more and doing a little conversion maybe. He's weathered as he's been standing out in sand storms etc in the desert, but he's still fairly "young" so has retained a lot of his colour/paint/gilding. At least that's the idea. Anyway pics:
  6. Completed Ghost King. I added a good bit of "necrotic green" wash between the armor plates, over the chain mail, and to the base underneath his robe. I think it turned out pretty well. There's a few unpainted spots I can see on the pictures way down underneath, but I'm not terribly worried about them because I can't even see them when I'm holding the mini up in natural light. Camera flash is very unforgiving. Next up is the Whispering Tyrant. WIP thread here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/64985-undead-lords-2-ghost-king/#entry1243291
  7. Second member of my undead quadrumvirate; the Ghost King. I'd say I'm about 70% finished with him. Same green mix from my Lich (what I've been thinking of as "necrotic green") was used for all the places I could think of where light would leak out from the armor, robe, or skull. He may look a bit wet in the pictures, because his second coat of Reaper black ink was still drying when I took them.
  8. "When a powerful spellcaster with a strong personality, a lust for life, and a remorselessly evil soul dies and is buried in a graveyard infused with eldritch magic, a strange phenomenon sometimes occurs. The flesh of the decaying body fats and instructs the very worms that gnaw, and these graveworms quicken not only on corruption but upon the spellcaster’s memories and magical power. The spellcaster’s very soul is consumed in this vile process, only to be split apart to inhabit each of the individual chewing worms in so many fragments. The result is a hideous hive mind of slithering life known as a worm that walks—a mass of worms that clings to the vague shape of the body that granted it this new existence, and can wield the powers and magic the spellcaster had in life. A worm that walks retains memories of its life as a spellcaster before its death, but is not undead—it is a hideous new form of undulant life." --Pathfinder Bestiary 2 WIP thread: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/64949-the-worm-that-walks-satheras-elf-warlock-conversion-project/
  9. Speed paint of the Mocking Beast bones mini, aka the Mimic. Metallic silver is Vallejo Model Air Steel, which is amazing. It just flows on and covers really nicely in one coat straight out of the bottle.
  10. 03667: Nonalla Ellinad, Elf Wizard

    Forgive the poor quality of this; I'm both getting back to painting after a bit away and am taking pictures with my cell, so they aren't going to be super-pretty. Not sure how I would make them look less terrible with what I have available, but I would happily accept pointers! Anyway, this is my attempt at Nonalla. I really like this sculpt, but I like less what I did with it. Very monotone. I may strip and repaint her and try making her more colorful.
  11. 02168 Montrig the Bloody

    As I mentioned elsewhere, I've been going through some of my oldest Reaper Miniatures and finally (finally!) getting them painted. I'm pretty happy with the results (I consider my target level as "Tabletop+"), but I wouldn't mind some feedback on where I could improve. I used the old Reaper Dark Heaven rulebook for guidance on the character, and Montrig the Bloody is described as covering himself in the blood of his foes, and having an especially gore-encrusted pick. I tried to make it look like older dried blood haphazardly applied to his front, but left the back sides "clean". I'm actually surprised at how nicely the pick turned out! As a side note, when I looked up the figure in the Reaper Store it was shown with a mace. I'm not sure if the figure was changed at some point, but I seem to have the "original" version.
  12. Brag Ironballs

    With this Dwarf, I conclude my painting for the year. This brings me to a grand total of 701 minis completed this year.
  13. Haven't had much time to paint lately, what with the newest addition to the family and all (it's a girl!), but here are some that I managed to finish before the baby came. The two on the left are Hell Dorado figures, Ashoka and Imperial Sentinel, respectively. And the bow-toting bag of bones there is a classic Reaper Dark Heaven skeleton. The Hell Dorado figures could stand to be touched up; there's a few dings and spots where the paint has rubbed away slightly. Of course, feel free to click the thumbnail for a slightly better view.
  14. Hi guys! This my first post in the forums. I've been painting off and on since Ral Partha but have recently gotten back into the hobby in a big way. Anyway, here's Brandle Birchstaff painted in black. I know the staff isn't birch per se, but c'est la vie.
  15. So, these are my first two completed BONES minis. The Fire Giant queen and an Orc that was too big to fit on a 30mm base, so he became an Ogre instead. Sorry for the bad photos, the Fire Giant queen was varnished with her first coat of gloss before I remembered to take any (and my photography skills leave a lot to be desired). C&C welcome.
  16. Like the thread title says, I pledged the Reaper Miniatures kickstarter campaign (one of the most successful in kickstarter history) at the "Vampire" level, and I just got my Kickstarter Sophie the succubus in the mail. Sophie the Succubus is a bonus limited edition figure available to donors who donated at the "Vampire" level and above. I opened it up (maybe that was a mistake, not keeping it in mint condition...) and it's a great little figure, let down by some unfortunate assembly quirks. On the good side, the figure is very characterful. The wings fit very snugly, and want to stay even without glue, although obviously you'll need to glue it to join them to the body permanently, but the join is very snug. Some complaints though; the point of contact for the wheel to attach to the bike forks is frustratingly small, and there's no good point of contact. I don't think the wheel will stay glued to the forks, You're going to have to glue this model to a base, it's not staying together any other way. Sophie also doesn't seem to have a set point of contact to sit on the bike. I mean, you can make a good guess, but it's not exact. A small peg and hole to join the two parts would have been helpful. Finally the handlebars. In a word, they stink. Sophie is waving her hands in two different directions, neither of which is conducive to getting her to grip the handle bars. It's not a question of turning the handlebars either. Either you have to bend her arms, or the forks, or something, Very disappointed. A very good limited edition figure, let down by poor assembly. What about you guys, how are your Kickstarter Sophies coming along? --Chris www.chrisvalera.com
  17. Vampire Level Complete Listing?

    Trying to figure out what's what in the Vampire Reward. Of course, there's the new Sophie and the PDFs, but what about the existing minis? Here is an incomplete list of the Stretch Reward freebies.... Fighters Undead Horde BBEG 03084: Virina, Female Demon 03361: Shaeress Nashanneth, Dark Elf Queen 14560: Kavorgh, Black Orc Warlord 03451: Norgol, Irongrave Knight Elves Klocke Classics 03098: Astrid, Female Chronicler 03364: Isabeau Laroche, Female Paladin 14093: Finari, Crusaders Hero 14022: Lysette, Elven Mage Townsfolk I Fire it Up 03425: Spell Effect: Burning Sphere 65128: Wall of Fire Haunts 03274: Grave Wraith 03395: Ghostly Summons 14547: Night Spectre 03475: Labella DeMornay, Banshee 03298: Spirits Heroes Chronoscope Mister Bones Interglactic Marine Expeditionary Force 50014: Nick Stone, IMEF Squad Leader 50022: Reggie Van Zandt, IMEF Heavy Gunner 50175: "Torch" McHugh, IMEF Flame Thrower 50254: Jazz Jenkins, IMEF Marine 50263: Erik Proudfoot, IMEF Marine 50274: Sarah Blitzer, IMEF Sniper Bedevilled 03315: Tiviel, Hellborn Rogue 03419: Vaeloth, Hellborn Paladin 03565: Sinessa, Hellborn Sorceress 02633: Vandorendra Demon We Be Goblins Dark Elves 14575: Tierdeleira, Priestess 14590: Liela Mordollwen, Dark Elf Sorceress 14571: Zalash Dark Elf Assassin 14570: Dark Elf Warrior NOVA Corp 50004: NOVA Corporate Security Guard 50005: NOVA Corporate Security Sergeant 50103: NOVA Corp Soldier 50146: Female NOVA Corp Officer 50173: Garvin Marcus, NOVA Corp Hero 50183: NOVA Corp Rifleman Vermin Zombie Hunters Iconics Seelah, Damiel, Merisiel, Feiya, Valeros, Amiri, and Seoni Pirates Dungeon Dressing 02990: Crypt of the Vampiress Townsfolk II 02845: Townsfolk VI: Gravedigger 03123: Townsfolk VIII:Village Mob 02572: Overladen Henchman Mummies 14236: Neb'nesew, Nefsokar Warlord 02156: Mummy Of Hakir 14064: Khadath, Nefsokar Captain 14370: Nefsokar Tomb Guard Dark Heroes Iconics II Ezren the wizard, Kyra the cleric, Lem the bard, and Seltyiel the Magus Wild Things Griffon Owlbear Grave Danger 14016: Judas, Necropolis Warlord 02766: Arrius the Black, Skeletal Champion 03244: Ghast and Crypt 02991: Ghost King Storm Giants Half-Size Heroes 02510: Balto Burrowell, Gnome 03071: Hellakin Goregutter, Halfling Thief 03082: Ingrid, Female Gnome 03441: Elliwyn Heatherlark, Gnome Bard Golems 02706: Clay Golem 02751: Stone Golem 02865: Flesh Golem 03204: Battleguard Golem Necromancers 03337: Terezinya, Bone Pander Wizard 14060: Leisynn, Mercenaries Mage 14040: Malek, Necropolis Mage 03126: Ghoul Queen Familiars 03596: Anzen Contar, Mystic and Familiar Further insight appreciated
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