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  1. Lidless Eye Hobbies: Stonehaven Giants

    Fi fie fo fum! Just in time for my "Storm King's Thunder" campaign to be long over, here come the Giants from Stonehaven Miniatures! The Hill Giant Rustler: The Sleepyhead: Smile on, smilodon! The Giant Barbarian. I believe the intent was as a Hill Giant, but I have a ton of those. His warpaint is based on runes from "Storm King's Thunder" The Cloud Giant: The Storm Giant. He's a great design, but he's rather small compared to the other Giants. It was a debate on what color of Dragon to use for his armor: The Fire Giant, who was probably my favorite to paint. She's a nice, simple design but gets the point across. The Treant: The only small miniature that I painted so far, but still from the Stonehaven Giants Kickstarter so it counts: The Entling!
  2. For the most recent works in progress, a gigantic distraction from my poor Death Guard project. In the last week, multiple delayed Kickstarters (and one on-time Nickstarter) arrived...as well as the ReaperCon Swag Bag! Arrivals included: Stonehaven Miniatures Giants Stonehaven Adventurers 2017 Midlam Miniatures "Winter Adventurers" Reapercon Swag Bag Frostgrave: Ghost Archipelago Nickstarter While I am trying to complete the Death Guard, I did ready these groups for prime time: The Giants are nicely sized. While there are some issues with the scaling between Giant "tribes" in comparison to 5E entries, they do tower over adventurers. The Wolf Lord, who I expected to be an Ogre-sized werewolf, is massive!
  3. Just a bunch of Eastern myth themed minis, mostly from Bones III and one Kenku/Tengu Monk from Stonehaven. Oh, and some Myconids from Ganesha Games and Bones III plant monsters. More Mario than myth, I suppose. Oni close-up: Kitsune close-up: I like the male Kitsuine a lot more than I was expecting. His pose, with all its swagger, adds a lot of character. I also hadn't noticed the sake cup he was holding until I started painting.
  4. Working on the Undead Dwarf from Stonehaven Miniatures on a slotted base from the same. The resin base is flagstone and has a skeleton hand coming out of the ground. Primed with Reaper Grey Primer and lined with Reaper Walnut Brown. Still have some more lining to do. Stay tuned.
  5. The last of my recently finished works, a batch of mostly Halflings from Stonehaven's latest Kickstarter. Unfortunately, same with my recently completed Lizardguys, these had a case of fuzzy primer. I had taken several steps to fix it, but the further I got along the more obvious it became. Thankfully, the pictures seem to magnify the situation, and the roughness isn't quite as obvious in person. However, the rest of the batch is soaking in the strip for now. First, we have the titan of the group, the Old Growth Treant: A Berserker, Boar, and combination of both: A Barbarian, actually a refugee from Dragon Bait Miniatures, but he fit this group too well to leave out: The Halfling Thief, who has now had her hood issues readdressed after seeing how this album came out: A pious Paladin named Reed: A fiery-headed Archer who looks quite manic in this close-up, hrm: The Linksman, an athlete prepared for any encounter: A Stablemaster, because we always need some villagers: A Halfling Maiden and pet: Skelly, the Village Elder...and we they say Elder, they aren't messing around:
  6. A gathering of various Half-Orcs, who were also victims of a sealant malfunction and hasty healing attempt. First, we have the grand Baron Othello van Kronut, a wartime lovechild and former adventuring Bard, who redirected his resources after retirement into helping treasure-seekers and world-wanderers find gainful employment. The leader of the guild informally known as "The Bastards", embracing the mocking nickname of his former adventuring party of half-blood kin, the group is infamous for hiring outcasts rejected by other adventurer's guilds (Stonehaven Half-Orc Noble) The buccaneer known as "Bloody Betta", the less said, the better (Stonehaven Half-Orc Spellblade) A common cutpurse known on the streets as "Linky". They really will hire anyone. (Stonehaven Half-Orc Thief) Oh, come on! This one's just a pig farmer! Have some class, people. (Dragon Bait Miniatures Half-Orc Druid) Okay, these are more like it. Some lovely lady warriors of maybe Orcish persuasion (Fenryl miniatures, I think? Picked them up at a con lot years ago) What a bunch of bastards.
  7. Lidless Eye Hobbies visits Stonehaven

    The recent arrival of the Half-Orcs of Stonehaven led to a burst of inspiration (also, the fact that it was my last week before a big chunk of overtime helped). So, I'm sharing my works so far. My camera seems to highlight all the things I missed...a few have been amended since then. First we have the menfolk of the crew. Aragorc is inspiring a new PC concept, for sure:
  8. Aldon Oathkeeper, Paladin

    My friends and I started up a new 5E campaign while one of my players in my Rise of the Runelords game is temporarily out of commission. While we were playing, I dug through my pile of miniatures and found some that were appropriate for other players (I based my character on a mini I had already painted). The first of the two to finish up is the dwarven cleric. I started this guy last weekend and finished him at NEMPA yesterday. He is something of a fop, and also has a trait "impeccable hair". I purposely left the gloss coat on his hair and metallic parts to represent this, but it does interfere with a pictures a bit. I kicked this guy out quickly and had fun doing so, I think because there was no real pressure on me - the other player would be happy no matter what I produced.
  9. Santa Dwarf

    Santa Dwarf comes to give all the good dwarves their favorite holiday gift! Wait what? Reaper made a "real" Santa Dwarf? That one seems unlikely to be as popular as this fellow come Christmas morning. C&C appreciated. This is the first Stonehaven Dwarf that I've painted, he was lots of fun. I tried to rely less on washing and drybrushing on this guy, and I think his shirt in particular is a big improvement over my previous minis. He's shinier than I'd like, but I'll have to wait until spring before I can hit him with Dullcote. (I used GW Hardcoat, then watered down Reaper Matte Sealant). Also my first usage of a resin base (this one came with the dwarves), and I made the mistake of painting the base then gluing him on - then I had to repaint part of the base which didn't come out quite right. I tried to cover up my mistake with dark brown and call it "shadows."
  10. My first show-off in a long while, but I received from minis from my pledge to Stonehaven Miniatures kickstarter project and got a few of them painted up over the last 3 days! The troll is my absolute favorite, cast in resin and completely awesome. Dwarven Tombstone Bloodknuckle Grymm, Dwarven Berserker Troll Sorry for the cell phone photography, but I'm moving around my painting and picture taking station, so most of my stuff it out of sorts, on top of a burnt out bulb in my lighting setup. Anyway, here you go
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