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By Lidless Eye
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.
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.
A coworker buddy found this guy at a thrift store under "knickknacks". Yay! Or, I should say, "Ia-ee!" :-)
But I got slightly blocked on painting him. He's been sitting on the kitchen table unfinished for about a month. So I thought I'd post him to unblock myself.
I haven't decided whether I'm going to keep the base he came on... it looks kind of beachy, which is neat, but I feel like more could be done.
One concern I have about the figure is that its base is only about 4-5" across, while the Pathfinder's Cthulhu stats show a 40' Space, and I like the base to match that (at 28mm scale, of course). So a substantial expansion may be called for...
Anyway, this is him so far, needing substantial additional paint...
I should do this more often. The camera has clearly managed to find all my missing mold lines. :-/
By Sophie was taken
Time to start painting again. Figured I'd pick up where I left off, and that is with (the old) Learn to Paint Kit #5. The dwarf is painted, but I never got around to the paladin before moving cross-country. So here she is, bare:
I thought posting a WIP would help me track my progress a bit better, and force me to not chicken out of finishing her up. I'm still a beginner, after all.
I decided that since there's no time limit, that I'd give this fun challenge a go. I didn't notice the screenshot requirement until it was too late. I originally rolled:
10 - Imperial Purple
19 - Pure Black
19 - Pure Black
Thankfully doubles get resolved and the second 19 - Pure Black, became:
11 - violet red
Which I didn't have, but the handy comparison chart allows me to use
Vallejo Game Color 14 - Warlord Purple,
which looks very close to the Reaper color. I looked at the P3 Beaten purple, but it's a dark purple, not a reddish purple.
Here's the paint dots next to their respective colors:
I did not roll a dragon because I need to look and see what I have in my box o' Bones. That will have to wait until tomorrow as I'm working on homework.... Err, supposed to be anyways.
*edit* I forgot to add that I'm going to attempt the three star challenge. Thankfully, I think the warlord purple will allow me to highlight the imperial purple quite nicely. I have no idea what I'm going to do with the pure black yet.
By Paradoxical Mouse
So, Ebonwrath is the first dragon I'll be painting. Lucky for me, I actually had good dice rolls.
Orange Brown, Lava Orange, and Violet Red. I had to order the paints. To practice with my colors mixing (and since I got a nice set) I'm going to be trying the 3*** star challenge.
This challenge is now awaiting the arrival of my paints and dragon.
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