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  1. AngiesArmies

    Angie paints the Emerald Nightmare

    Now the first thing I might need to explain is what the Emerald Nightmare is, and why it's red instead of green! The Emerald Nightmare is a place from the game World of Warcraft, and it's a corrupted version of the wonderful lush Emerald Dream. The Nightmare is shades of grey and black with orange, red and pink, filled with twisted trees, mangled dryads and chtulhu-esque horrors. In fact, I think the loading screen to the Emerald Nightmare gives a nice impression: The models I painted in this style are a Chthon, a Dryad and a Treeman! All three of them together. Dryad is nude. The Dryad is nude. Back of the dryad, still nude.
  2. slowbro

    77184: Spirit of the Forest

    Attack of speed painting!! 90 minutes.
  3. The Spirit of the Forest mini (Bones 77184) sat half painted for at least a year. I was originally going for greyish bark, but it just looked dumb. I repainted the bark multiple times, just could not get it to look that great. Finally decided to just finish up with what I had. The Chtons (Bones 77228) painted up very quick, and they were fun to paint.
  4. Greetings my friends! I started this pair alongside the Wraith Harvester and Reven Beastman at Starbucks a week and a half ago. I just finished this pair up and thought I'd post pictures; they're larger and just took my time to complete but both are rough speed paints. The Spirit of the Forest was originally going to be a fall motif, but I decided that I wanted to do a warm to cool contrast so you'll note that on the upper levels he's receiving some warmth and down towards the earth there are much cooler tones. The 14 colors I used were: Red Shadow, Splintered Bone, Brown Liner, Worn Navy, Brilliant Green, Redstone, Gory Red, Driftwood, Ultramarine Shadow, Fresh Blood, Tanned Leather, Faded Khaki, Auburn Shadow, Rusty Red. Total paint time about 4.5 hours. For the Large Earth Elemental I just wanted to make him cold, snowy and icy; this provided for a nice light to dark contrast. I actually had to pick up some fresh rock candy crackle paint at Hobby Lobby for the cracked ice. The 8 colors I used were: Worn Navy, Brown Liner, Red Shadow, Brilliant Green, Splintered Bone, Sapphire Blue, Light Blue, Pure White. I like elementals to have empty sockets/no eyes so those were left intentionally dark. Total paint time/ice/snow included about 4 hours.
  5. My earlier WIP experiment proved that I paint more regularly when I've got a little accountability. (I also paint more when my kids are at school, which will soon be the case once again.) I decided that I should start a WIP for the two pieces I was most interested in finishing, since they're somewhat related. I plan to use similar terrain for both, namely Pacific Northwest coastal. I'm also hoping to level up my basing skills and incorporate some water effect and possibly try to replicate some of the lush fern-type vegetation. Since these are both Bones, I'm not going to worry too much about achieving master-level quality of the paint job, especially since poor Autumn has some sort of skin condition that needs a lot of attention. These two are about getting something painted and learning more basing skills. Autumn was already started with a coat of Brown Liner and all of her base-coats down. If you look closely you can still see bumps on her nose, forehead, chest and leg. There was a lot of bumpiness all down the left side, I already smoothed out her left cheek with my hobby knife, then applied liner, sealer, basecoat, sealer, sealer. She started out as a quick stand in for a PC that is a druid with a water domain, but she's getting a little more love and attention than was originally planned. This Spirit of the Forest was in my Christmas stocking last year, and has been sitting on my shelf waiting since then. He's just got a coat of Brown Liner for now. He really doesn't need a base, but I want to do one so we'll see. I was hoping to have some of the new 3" rounds from the second Bones Kickstarter for him, but if I get impatient I might have to figure out something else.
  6. pinkymadigan

    Spirit of the Forest

    Probably the last one I'll post until tomorrow, trying not to clutter the boards too much with a flood of my stuff (the main reason I used to do consolidated posts). This model was a blast to paint. Super quick, easy to get great effects on. I've seen the grass/scenic elements on a few of these already, so I won't go into details, but it's a super easy way to get some nice detail on there.
  7. After finishing painting over 100 Bones miniatures (not to mention my Dwarven Forge Game Tiles as well), I suppose it is probably time I started sharing them. First up is one I am very satisfied with and was happy to support when it was an Add-on for the first Bones Kickstarter. Here is the Large Earth Elemental, 77185, from different angles because the figure is full of details: And here is the Spirit of the Forest, 77184, again, several angles because there are a lot of little details: I had fun painting these two and picking out the amazing little details on each one. For anyone interested my signature has a link to my Flickr photo album with pictures of the other Bones I have painted.
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