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In my current method, I don't even have to decide which figure to paint next.
Once I finished this hero, and the Mystic Theurge I could take the net six group shots.
- as I recreate the bones 2 kickstarter poster.
yet I still feel the need to decorate that big stretch of cape...
went through about Halloween themed patterns to go with the orange /black armor. the armor actually turned out redder than intended.
By Geoff Davis
02915: Vulthus Oathcroak. He got put on my shelf of shame when I realized I was painting him 20 shades of the same brown all over. Then I had this crazy idea today to give him a green wand. Now he is ready for battle in my D&D game. 26 Left on the shelf of shame.
Hi! You might remember me from such threads as Bones - will they blend? & Painting with numbers the Laoke Way. I've been away from the paintbrush for a bit, as it's summer here in The Land Of The Future, but recently one of my wife's best friends spawned a delightful little halfling which the doting parental units decided to name Peregrine.
I know. Cute as a button! Anyways, as a gift to the little sprogling, she decided to paint up a figure for him - and, while she was at it, she painted up one for our collection at the same time!
77218: Woody Stumpwimple, Halfling Ranger
This is the one she painted up for us. I love the freehand on this one! The face is a bit naff from this angle and with the lighting being as basic as it is, but it's much better in person.
89012: Lem, Iconic Bard
And here we have Peregrine in all his diminutive glory! She's really happy with the way the face came out on him, and I have to agree - the cloak is also pretty amazeballs!
So, here is the second Reaper Bones that I have painted to completion. The only other one was a Chibi Mummy which I thought was a fun figure. So I'm not going to lie, I'm not super fond of the Bones material, I much prefer metal, but Gene Van Horne did such a beautiful job on this sculpt, I really wanted to paint it. Also, as has been mentioned so many times with Bones, with a larger figure, the detail seems to come out a lot better than with small pieces. With this figure, there was so much detail in her armor, with the metal, and strings and such, afraid I probably didn't hit it all, but did what I could.
So here she is, hope you enjoy!
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