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  1. So while I was shopping at Ral Partha Europe (not the same as Ral Partha), I spotted some figures from Das Schwarze Auge which looked kind of nice in an Old School sort of way. Das Schwarze Auge was apparently Germany's answer to D&D in the 1980s. It was (might still be) quite popular there. I don't know the history of the figures. Anyhow, this is Das Schwarze Auge 15500B, "Female Sorcerer". I started this figure a while back, keeping it at the back of my painting table and adding bits as I painted other things. All paints used are Golden Matte Fluid Acrylics. Color mixes are (usually) noted, but not exact ratios. Questions are welcomed and I will try to answer them. Critiques are appreciated. This is the way I usually start miniature figures: Lightly primed with Titanium White, then when that is dry, washing it over with Burnt Umber. Burnt Umber is a dark, transparent pigment that settles into crannies when thinned down and shows the details very well. It also gives a nice warm undertone to later paint layers. I already painted her face before I took a picture. Oh, and I left the orb on her staff just primed white because that will make it look more glowing when I paint it later.
  2. So while I was shopping at Ral Partha Europe (not the same as Ral Partha), I spotted some figures from Das Schwarze Auge which looked kind of nice in an Old School sort of way. Das Schwarze Auge was apparently Germany's answer to D&D in the 1980s. It was (might still be) quite popular there. I don't know the history of the figures. This is Das Schwarze Auge 15500F, "Female Elf Ranger". I have been thinking of her as "Plains Elf". I started this figure a while back, keeping it at the back of my painting table and adding bits as I painted other things. All paints used are Golden Matte Fluid Acrylics. Color mixes are (usually) noted, but not exact ratios. Questions are welcomed and I will try to answer them. Critiques are appreciated. This is the way I usually start miniature figures: Lightly primed with Titanium White, then when that is dry, washing it over with Burnt Umber. Burnt Umber is a dark, transparent pigment that settles into crannies when thinned down and shows the details very well. It also gives a nice warm undertone to later paint layers. I already painted her face before I took a picture.
  3. This is an old Ral Partha Shadowrun figure, now sold by Ironwind Metals as part of the set 20-568, Male and Female Bodyguards. We're using her for a Vampire: The Masquerade character. I liked her Old School late 20th century futurism look. There is very little actual black on her. Most of that is lots of other colors, mixed. There is no WIP thread, but questions and comments are welcome.
  4. This is Reaper's 60164: Vampire Hunter, as she is rather innocuously called. She is remarkably armed and armored. I think she is from Pathfinder, and I am sure there is some story there. There is no WIP thread. Comments and critiques are, as always, welcomed.
  5. AutumnHare

    77117 Vandorendra x2

    Clearing stuff off my desk. Finally finished a pair of the mariliths that have been sitting on my shelf for months. All the arms on these figures reminded me of paintings of Indian gods. So that's what I went for in upper body. The lower bodies are inspired by two distinctive patterns I found when I googled for cobras: the King Cobra (Miss Blue) and the Indian/Speckled Cobra (Miss Purple). I believe that cropping the front photos is in line with forum rules on nudity. Please let me know if I have misunderstood.
  6. Arc 724

    RBG: Edele of Aelfheim

    Edele of Aelfheim by Tre Manor -Elf After a swift polish of this figure I Greenstuffed it on the base. I'm very pleased with the way it came out. I got to work on this one so quick I didnt get many WIP shots in but I am not finish with her yet. I also got some hair highlights! What do you think? And here is one i with a little more shading!
  7. So, I've been painting for nearly a full year now. When I first started miniature painting, I didn't know what I wanted to get out of it besides some fun. Now, I'm thinking that I want to (eventually) try my hand at some light commission work, possibly. Who knows? Anyway, four months ago, I painted this 60036: Visbaronetess Delour Aulamaxa. I used this miniature for nmm gold practice, skin, makeup and facial painting practice only. The rest of the miniature--the dress and such--I didn't care as much about. I have already gotten comfortable painting cloth and such. I really wanted to focus on skin, makeup and nmm gold. Since, my nmm gold has progressed. But seeing as I haven't been here in nearly 8 months, and my camera is currently acting up, I'm using this as my one-year-anniversary-of-painting post. I went for a pale, powdery skin-tone--a 'made up,' fair-skinned, porcelain-esque look. Unfortunately, the harsh lighting in the picture (didn't use my light box at the time) drowns out a bit of the detail, as it IS very fair skin. For instance, there are some rosy tones in the chest area that are viewable from a distance, but are nearly entirely washed out in the close-up pictures. Also, the shadow tones I painted on the folds in her neck and around her eye makeup DO show up, but the shadow-tones in her cheeks and her cleavage are mostly washed out by the harsh lighting. In the FIRST picture, you can see the washed out shadow-tones a bit better. The cons of not having good photography skills. Unfortunately, these pictures were taken BEFORE I painted her eyebrows on. Anyways, please feel free to leave critiques, comments, questions--any input or opinions are welcomed, and help me greatly. I've only been painting for (almost) a year, but I DO want to do something with my painting (I don't think I'll ever try for anything more than commissions), so the more feedback, the better! Thank you!!
  8. Coleford

    77037: Medusa

    This model really lends itself well to the Bones Material because the whole thing has a heck of a lot of texture, especially the abs and the tail. Great fun to paint, and real easy. Link (Because of the Nudity) http://i.imgur.com/P67STlX.jpg
  9. The fifth and last of the five Bones pirates and an experiment in quick painting.
  10. mustardgreens

    Old-timey 25mm minis

    Woman with bucket and horse from megaminis. I only own a couple minis from them, but in my opinion the woman is arguably their best sculpt. I bought a whole bottle of realistic water to do the river in the base! Heads up: The woman took me over a week to paint because of the water. It takes 24 hours to try and clings to the sides. It's not at all user-friendly for filling gaps and inset bases. I got it to work eventually though, and I'm pretty happy with the result. I had to drill a hole in the bottom of her dress to insert a metal peg. Otherwise she was going to fall over. I dip and spray-seal all my minis. However, with the woman I was getting a bit impatient with the dipping and I sprayed her a couple hours too early. The unfortunate result was the white flecks all over her front and back. Other than the flecks, I'm pretty happy with her! She was painted with Tamiya. The horse was painted with Vallejo, mostly a colour called Cavalry Brown. It appears a bit messy, and probably a bit too dark, so I'd appreciate any tips to make my minis come out cleaner and brighter looking. And I could probably do with some help with faces. :) Thanks!
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