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    • By SGHawkins09
      I painted Stonehaven’s Halfling Berserker to use as my gnome barbarian D&D character. It was a fairly quick paint job for me, only a few hours. I had finished everything but the metallics a few months ago and kept forgetting to finish her up. 
       

    • By dks
      Here's a figure that I painted in the last week: Liela, the sorceress for the Darkreach dark elves, from Warlord's Savage North.
       
      Besides my usual palette for dark elves -- Volcano Brown skin, Deep Amethyst metals, Brown Liner ("black") leather and cloth -- I also used Surf Aqua and Sky Blue to get some icy tones. Her eyes are a softer pink than the orange or red that I've used on other dark elves. Her staff is in bone colors, with some scribbled painted-on texture.
       
      For the snow, I used the same technique that I made up for the dwarven King Axehelm figure: Deep Amethyst, Sky Blue, and Pure White for the snow, and simulations of reflected light on the undersides of some objects using Sky Blue and Pure White.
       
      Enjoy,
      Derek
       



    • By dks
      I painted King Axehelm while I was at Reaper HQ in late May, after ReaperCon.
      You might recognize him from the cover of the Warlord Savage North book. (Frost giant not included.)
       
      Enjoy,
      Derek
       

    • By dks
      Behold, Bregan the valkyrie!
      Gene Van Horne sculpted her, and she was a lot of fun to paint.
       
      The rock has a core of old leftover bits (Green Stuff), held together with new putty, and a surface layer of Green Stuff + ProCreate + Aves Apoxie Sculpt.
       
      I have a big container of glue-on snow product in my cabinet but haven't used it much -- I have generally sculpted snow as solid masses and then used paint to add the flaky texture -- example1 (dark elf sorceress),  example2 (dwarf king) but I decided to go back to the old for a change.  I think I also used this same container of "snow" on 02152 Fafnir of Kjord (link) ... painted in 2003!!!  There's a Throwback Thursday for you.  My painting style has changed a little since then.
       
       
       
      Enjoy,
      Derek
       
    • By Pochi
      Has anyone seen a little girl wearing a red hood and carrying a picnic basket? Asking for a friend!
       
      Here is my version of the Bones werewolf. He is a very beefy guy and was fun to paint. Since I was painting all of my wolfish figures, I tried to give them a mix of colors. This guy got the same fur treatment that I did on my warg. I need a few more "normal" wolves for my pack and will probably do at least one white. For now, I have finished all of the ones that I own. I had a good time painting them but am ready to paint something that doesn't have fur!


       

       

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