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  1. Oathsworn's fourth kickstarter project was Clan McFiggin, a set of 12 dwarf brewers, back in 2014. Time to get this party started! This is Ancient McFiggin, the eldest of the lot, and presumably prime taster for the brewery. There is something strange going on with his mouth. Not sure what is supposed to be what, so I went for dentures. Possibly is should have been the upper lip. Whatever. Ancient McFiggin from the Clan McFiggin KS Oathsworn Miniatures Metal 30mm bases
  2. You knew it was going to happen, didn't you.... My Oathsworn KS cam the other day, and I thought it might make a break from painting scales on Czaristikalian... (Nathavarr) So I dremeled the center circle a bit to make all the inserts fit, attached the pieces to handles, and primed them black.... Stay tuned for more.....
  3. tl;dr: I'm painting bunnies!! (and other critters) I'm finally wrapping up my painting projects left over from December, so I guess it is time to finally decide on some things to paint in 2017. One of my goals for this year is to actually play some of the games I've bought figs for. So far finding time to get a minis game going with the gaming group has been rather slow...been passing around the Frostgrave book since the fall, everyone seems interested, but haven't moved beyond that yet. So, moving on to my other potential person to play against, my wife. While she like playing games, so far she hasn't found time to read the quick start rules for CAV:SO I put on her phone last summer, and her Rach army remains unpainted. So perhaps something...cute and furry.... Burrows and Badgers seems like a perfect fit, and I've been dying to start painting them. I've been slowly reading through the rules (the only time I ever seem to find time to read these days is when I go to bed, but then reading rules makes me sleepy...(no Michael, it's not your writing, I have partially read CAV:SO, Counterblast, MERCS and Timewatch sitting beside the bed too )). And the other night I showed her pics of all the figs from the first two kickstarters. And she seemed interested.But now the problem is she wants all my Bunnies.... Also, all the figs are 1 piece, so we can play even before all the figs are painted (I know they won't roll as well, but it will help with learning the rules). And I get to paint all the awesome terrain Jo has made for B&B (and I may pull some out of the other Oathsworn boxes too). And as a bonus, if/when we get to playing Frostgrave, I'm making a warband out of B&B figs. So, I will dig out the figs and get a picture over the next few days, then get some figures prepped for painting. Now where to start?? Maybe rats.....I don't want to do the bunnies until I get a few under my belt...
  4. So while I still don't have any Burrows and Badgers figures completed (the Shrew-zerker just needs his base finished, so almost....) I did finish the first 4 pieces of terrain. These are part of a large set of resin cast pieces Jo sculpted for the first Burrows and Badgers Kickstarter called The Ambush the Camp terrain set. Lovely pieces. I went for a simple tabletop paint job, lots of washes and drybrushing. I expect these to see a lot of use in both B&B and hopefully Frostgrave so wanted something I could fix up if it got scuffed or marked up. I may go back and add some bits of moss or other basing once I get all my basing stuff sorted again; its in a bunch of piles from moving rooms.
  5. Here is the Dragonborn Sorceress from Oathsworn Miniatures for "Heroines in Sensible Shoes" Kickstarter as Mutilated, I mean Painted by me. I tried to make a kind of Burn Scar Effect and Failed dismally I admit. I do like how the Torch Flame came out though. And now that I think on it, I should have posted this in the Work in Progress section, too. GF
  6. I found a visual demonstration of OSL in the KoD facebook group. It seemed easy enough despite the fact that it was written for an airbrush. Here is are the instructions: and the results, this took about a day, with a little clean p the second day. It uses grey liner, snow shadow (blue/grey), fireball orange, and sun yellow. I added hints of gray/tanned skin to hand and face, and red in the flame. hmm now I want to fix the front, back in a bit.
  7. So, I have flocking, sealing, and glossing left to do, but it looks like I've made a dent in all my end of the year Kickstarter arrivals, expected or not: This includes: Frostgrave: Forgotten Pacts, Oathsworn: Heroines in Sensible Shoes, RPE: Dwarf Veterans, Midlam: Wizard Apprentices, TAG: Halflings, and some other odds and ends I've just opened a package from Midlam of Halfling Wizards and Apprentices, so I better wrap these up soon...I think there's also some more Halflings and Chaos Dwarves due soon from Ganesha Games. I may have a problem...
  8. So I started these to have some things not requiring a lot of fiddly work last NEMPA paint day, (19Nov) and finished them up last night. The Nest: I added a few small tufts of Autumn Buffalo Grass, a bit of Fine Earth Turf Flock, and some Fine Light Green Turf Flock. The Treasure pile: A few touches in the coins with Elven Gold... I dumped some of the Silver colored Glass Glitter onto this to see what it would look like, But as the glitter was NOT round, it looked kinda like someone had shattered 3 or 4 mirrors onto the pile, so it was removed.... These wre the first time I tried out my new Warcolours paints, using Violet 5 to 1 on the 'robe' Emerald 5 to 1 on the shield Yellow 5 to 1 on the Feur-di-lis and Ochre 5 to 1 on the eggs... Very different from other paints I have used... Nice fun pieces to paint! Thanks Oathsworn! George WiP here
  9. So I backed both of Oathsworn's Heroines in Sensible Shoes kick starters, and got a free resin piece in each one. The nest in KS1, The Treasure Pile in KS2... I brought them with me to paint day, as I have discovered I get more accomplished if I am doing non detail oriented work there.... I figure that the can be treasure tokens for my Frost Grave warband.... Nest: Basecoat of GW Graveyard earth, eggs are Warpainter Ocher 5, 4, & 3 Clothing is WP Violet 5 Bones, skull, & scroll are Iroku Backpack is 50% Black and Brown Leather... Treasure pile: Chest bands are Necro Gold, Dwarven Gold, Elven Gold, with Agrax Earthshade Chest wood is a white with a wash of Walnut, and Agrax Earthhade Coins are Necro gold and Viking gold Shield is WP Emerald 5, & 4 Sword Scabbard and Handle the 50% mix of Black and Brown leather Thanks for looking!
  10. This mini is from Oathsworns "Heroines in Sensible Shoes" kickstarter - it was an optional sculpt voted for and sculpted during the KS. I entered it into Reapercon2016 contest, but my dragon was judged instead. I think this one has better blending - but simpler. I just wasn't ready to try much freehand. (there is a little at the neck) I bought a wooden plank stamp so I don't have to just cut the lines in greenstuff myself next time. Comments and Criticisms welcome, as I didn't ask for any from the judges on her.
  11. This wizard was my first large experiment with OSL. The WiP is here. He's now going to face our party of PC's in the Dragonlance campaing we're playing, playing the role of Rance Coalmount, Thane of the Daergar. Not our favorite dwarf, to be sure. But the party has bigger fish to fry in this battle, so he may yet survive; we'll see. Comments and critiques are always welcome!
  12. Love the swagger on this figure! This one was actually finished back in August, I just had not painted enough to get the photo setup out to take pictures until now.
  13. A project mostly done just to get painting, so it's far from perfect and I didn't take time to blend it out at all. Focus was on playing with some OSL and then I decided to try sculpting a base, so this is a huge step forward despite the lack of blending on it. Unfortunately, I used some liners to give character to the stone and haven't sealed the mini, so it's pretty shiny along the walls and you can't see any of the subtlety there. I'll hit it with dullcote and see if I can get better pics and update this post later, if so. And though my intention was to not blend, I /may/ go back and do just a minor blend pass on the blue OSL highlight on the wall because that's bugging me :) Hope you enjoy! WIP here
  14. I finally got around to starting my Oathsworn orc in sensible shoes!
  15. I've been meaning to get a couple minis in before class starts up again in a few weeks. Since I can't ever do something simple, how about a dual OSL whammy? Just some base coats to get back into the swing of things... Keeping it relatively simple...muted colors, yellowy lamp and blue flame. Also most likely just going to keep it on the simple old school base, don't really want to get into basing. Keeping the focus on paint.
  16. So I chickened out after 3 stages of OSL, because I kinda like the way she looks, and I didn't want to kill it.... So I DullCoted and based her, in the same way the rest of this particular adventuring party is based.... Nothing fancy, just a few tufts, then a static grass / flock mix. Thanks for looking! Wip Here George
  17. So, one of the new players in our Pathfinder game was using a male figure, She isn't playing one, so I showed her the KS, and she latched onto this mini. So I asked her for a list of colors for clothes etc, and made a start with the flesh.... Just beginning, but thoughts and quips welcome! George
  18. Because I need another WIP thread, I thought I would start another one for my Burrows & Badgers Oathsworn KS terrain I got. I started this one today and thought I'd try out Wappel's shaded base coat method. I used reaper paints to apply the base coat. Since Scale 75 is the only Inks I own used them to ally the shading as best I could. Here is the result, I need to seal it and give it a matte coat as I understand now when people say inks have a gloss to them.
  19. Oathsworn's beautiful and very deadly Fox Assassin. This mini is a bit out of my league for now... not that THAT is going to stop me from making a mess... There are several mold lines that I haven't touched, and really don't want to either, as they cross fur and the feathers in her hat, and that's stuff that's leagues out of my skill level to handle. Anyway, here's the first picture. Primer is Vallejo Grey Primer, except the hat that was primed with Vallejo Black. The dress is currently Tropical Blue, no highlights or shading has appeared, only poor lighting and a slightly uneven coating. The undercoat, though... is a mix of AP Lava Orange and Reaper Pearl White. The frills and lace on the dress, and possibly the garter also, will be painted in a white of some sort. What worries me a bit is the narrow gap between her leg and the dress. That is going to a pain in the elf to get done without many, many touch-ups... I should probably tackle her face and eyes next.
  20. This little lady was a joy to paint up. Only issue was a mold line across her face which caused some minor issues painting her lips and nose. This is the best hair I think I have painted.
  21. 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!
  22. 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...
  23. the rabbit paladin from the first of Oathsworn's critter line. I love this rabbit. he has had a long day. He's tired, He's annoyed, and the next person who calls him a bunny is going to discover the meaning of "holy terror" this one was fun to paint and I do love the expressiveness of these minis. hope you enjoy!
  24. Another one from Oathsworn's critter line Daggit is a rogue and thief (just like all of his buddies in my bird feeder) creeping around in dark areas and not letting anything stop him. Just thought I would show him off. had fun painting him. I chose red squirrel as a base because the grey looked too much like his primer. Enjoy
  25. Here is my Dwarf Wizard, adventuring companion to my friend's Dwarf Barbarian I posted the other day. As I mentioned elsewhere, in D&D 5th Edition a wizard can cast without penalty in any armor they are proficient with, and Mountain Dwarves get proficiency with light and medium armor by default. They also get battleaxe (and handaxe, throwing hammer and warhammer) profs.....so my character is walking around in Scale Mail with a Battleaxe, hoping all the "let's kill the wizard" first types will enjoy their encounter with the Barbarian...