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Here is a group of speed painted bones skeletons I painted back in February. I spent maybe 4 hours total on all of them. I am still planning on adding some plant materials to the base.
Skeletal Spearmen (77001)
Skeletal Archers (77017)
Skeletal Swordsmen (77018)
All the bones skeletons I have painted so far:
And all the skeletons I have ever painted, because I love me some group shots. The ones in front (and back) was painted over 20 years ago, before I started basing. Miniatures from Grenadier, Ral Partha, Rafm and of course Reaper.
This is one of a pot-luck batch of modern adventurer women figures I got from RAFM, a real mixed bag. Some of them are terrific, some ... kind of goofy. This one seems to fall a bit closer to the goofy end. She is in a pose my martial arts friend called "Kill Me Now", and her face is rather unfortunately flattened front-to-back.
I figured I'd paint her up quickly tabletop style for use as a mook or opponent. I did get a little bored painting her just plain, though, so I gave her Goth-Egyptian makeup.
So while in the google hangout thing we've been trying, I've been busy. I thought it might be an excellent opportunity to burn through some of my RAFM that have been lurking about for years, so here's what I did this week. Some of these will be hilariously infamous to people who have been listening in while I worked.
I started with 3926 Female Druid:
Then on to the troll butts, consisting of 3722 Troll Chieftan:
And then 3723 Troll Warrior:
Then I did 3910 Female Cleric:
3733 Lich Summoning Demon:
Then the infamous egyptian pope lich... uh... box thing. (aka 3743 Lich Priest):
Then 3610 Hill Cyclops:
Then 3909 Male Cleric:
And finished off today with my personal favourite... 3737 Lich Magician with Skeletal Rabbit:
This is another of the Old School cluster I started in March and finished on the Memorial Day Weekend Paint Binge.
She's the RAFM Ranger (Female) 3903, a classic figure from the early '90s which is still being sold.
For the early '90s she's pretty big. She fits in well with modern 28mm figures and towers over the little Partha ladies I painted her with.
She's a little cartoony but she has some nice details, including a bird of prey on her right wrist and a feather in her hair I painted up like a bluejay's. I tried to paint reflections on her sword and armor.
Original WIP is here.
This is an old RAFM dwarf warrior released in 1989 if I remember correctly. He was released for the 'Death in the Dark' miniature skirmish game that RAFM produced way back in the day. I never played the game, but I do have a few of the miniatures in my hoard. This is one of them.
He's a little short by today's standards, so I decided to give him a little 'step up'.
C and C is very welcome.
ETA---and I can see the mistakes, now that they have blown up a gajillion percent.
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