Jump to content
Pochi

Goblin Musicians - 77567

Recommended Posts

2 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

Very nice job!

I like how you painted them different colours.

 

Although @buglips*the*goblin will probably kill the blue Goblin on sight..

 

Thank you!

 

I want my goblins different colors so they are going to get different colors. Even the greens will probably be different shades of green.

 

He can try but he'll get a drum solo on his head with the skull-drumsticks-of-death!

  • Like 7

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

While I do tend to gravitate to the sillier looking Goblins, yours are Folk Lore style Goblins AND BEAUTIFULLY painted at that. I love your color choices as well. VERY NICELY DONE!

 

1 hour ago, Pochi said:

@Glitterwolf Now I am curious, why kill the blue goblin? I am thinking of making black and purple goblins too!

 

Glitter must have subconscious G.W. purist syndrome. "Kill those non green Goblins...then kill the green ones!"

  • Like 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
8 minutes ago, malefactus said:

While I do tend to gravitate to the sillier looking Goblins, yours are Folk Lore style Goblins AND BEAUTIFULLY painted at that. I love your color choices as well. VERY NICELY DONE!

 

 

Glitter must have subconscious G.W. purist syndrome. "Kill those non green Goblins...then kill the green ones!"

Thank you! I am itching to give one a "Mom" heart tattoo but can't do that small!

 

Poor blue goblin. Well, he is the only one armed so he has a better chance of fending off attackers!

  • Like 6

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
9 minutes ago, Pochi said:

Thank you! I am itching to give one a "Mom" heart tattoo but can't do that small!

 

latest?cb=20120527014007

 

How tough are ya?

 

I don't know - maybe a decal might be of use for you?

 

 

 

Edited by Knochensack
  • Like 3

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

You've painted these admirably!

 

I think the issue with blue goblins is the vague resemblance to Smurfs.

 

I don't have a problem with blue goblins.  Pathfinder art has some blue-gray-purplish ones.  And I think there have been arctic goblins in some novel or bestiary at some time (I think they populate the Land of the Linnorm Kings).

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
2 hours ago, KruleBear said:

I am impressed with the eye work you achieved on these little buggers....nice.

Thank you! They do have teeny little eyes!

 

43 minutes ago, robinh said:

Lovely!

 

I think if you can pull off those eyes you can pull off the tattoo.

Thanks! I might have to give it a try.

 

38 minutes ago, Knochensack said:

 

latest?cb=20120527014007

 

How tough are ya?

 

I don't know - maybe a decal might be of use for you?

 

 

 

Ha! Hadn't considered a chest tattoo. Was thinking an arm. If I try it, I'll try with paint. Goblins don't write so it may just be a heart with an arrow. ::D:

 

33 minutes ago, lexomatic said:

I see you also gave the stool goblin the dignity of a large loincloth.

The sculptor did that! No goblin tushies!

 

16 minutes ago, Darcstaar said:

You've painted these admirably!

 

I think the issue with blue goblins is the vague resemblance to Smurfs.

 

I don't have a problem with blue goblins.  Pathfinder art has some blue-gray-purplish ones.  And I think there have been arctic goblins in some novel or bestiary at some time (I think they populate the Land of the Linnorm Kings).

Thank you!

 

So I definitely shouldn't do blue with white loincloth and boots then? Good thing goblins are grubby and I don't think they could keep white clean!

  • Like 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

  • Similar Content

    • By Midi
      Each of these took me about two hours to paint. Pretty happy with how they turned out, but I was going for more if a woven grass look on the hobgoblin but don't think I actually achieved it.



    • By scalehunter
      Hi, I have decided to attempt to improve my painting ability by painting my way through h the reaper 3 core set. I will attempt to update weekly and am welcome to tips and critiques as the goal is to improve what I can do as I go.  
      this first batch includes 2 variations of lizard folk 77426 77154, a yeti 77436, a Giant Cobra 77321, and an elite Hobgoblin 77477. My first specific request for help is the use of unusual colors. I feel that I too often use mainly greys and browns, the lizard folk are a good example of one being a little more bland but realistic but the other allows for using colors I wouldn't be able to justify otherwise. I really struggle picking out colors for capes and armors as these end up looking either out of place or way to bland and boring. do you have any ways of choosing when to reach out with bright colors and when to be more reserved? I hope to use responses here to mold future paint jobs for next week. Thanks Guys CC welcome





    • By retlif
      Hello fellow miniature painters! This is my first attempt at painting a r̶e̶s̶i̶n̶ Bonesium miniature model.
      My local miniature hobby shop was holding a painters' meet-up and the subject was anything humanoid or figurine.
      I bought the Frost Giant King and got my paint scheme and inspiration from KingMob's painted Frost Giant King. 
      I think I did an okay-ish job, although no where as good as KingMob or other experienced painters here. Also the sword and spear are bent. Gonna try to straighten it by softening in boiling water and quenching in ice water.
       
      I bought a couple more Reaper Minis and hope to complete them some time soon. 








    • By Disciple of Sakura
      WIP thread here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/79164-trakzul-as-red-dragon-and-treasure-hoard/
       
      I picked up T'Raukzul to be my colossal Great Wyrm Red dragon, and spent a lot of time putting together the pieces for his base. I used the resin treasure hoard from Reaper (though they never seem to have it in stock, so I had to get it from a third party seller) and the pewter treasure piles in the parts referenced above. I also used a Bones 3 vampire warrior as a marble statue, some bits and pieces from the weapons sprues (including a sword in the stone), a random elephant necklace I had lying around, and aquarium terrain. The WIP thread shows a lot of the building blocks being put together. I also mounted a thread of LED lights into the aquarium terrain and did some minor work trying to make it glow when I turned the thing on. Despite my best efforts to seal up the gaps, some light leaks through, but it sort of works as magma veins. The photos of the lights on are harder to get, as they get drowned out by too much other lighting. Overall, it took me about 5 days of work, off and on. I tried to get some variety in the treasure hoard, painted up a vase to resemble a Ming vase, tried to have lots of bits and pieces scattered around. I'm pretty satisfied with the results, though. It's a pity I probably won't have too many encounters where I'd be able to use him, but I look forward to putting my players' characters in jeopardy at least once. 
       






























    • By Rob Dean
      I finally felt like I could sit at the painting desk yesterday, so I finished up this little group of 6 ancient goblins from Minifig’s first fantasy (Tolkien) range, sculpted around 1972. I’ve been spending effort on acquiring enough of these figures to stage a game for the past couple of years. Hopefully by 2019 sometime...
       

       
      As with any massed shield bearing troops, most of the effect comes from attention to the shields. 
       

       
      Not much to see around back...
  • Who's Online   33 Members, 2 Anonymous, 0 Guests (See full list)

×