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  1. Finally got around to finishing up Kalanzar. Took some reference from @Sirithiliel Narthrax, and tried to do something similar. I feel like it looks pretty good.
    34 points
  2. Hello All, Here are photos of a 44170 Bones Black "Circe" female Sorceress I completed yesterday. Thank you for looking.
    33 points
  3. Good evening Reaperlaizet! So tonight we have an Old Wizard with Staff, not quite sure at all who the sculptor was, but pretty sure not the big three at Partha, Meier, Mize or Guthrie. I'm sure I'll figure it out eventually, but if anybody happens to know, please let me know! So one thing I tried was give him two colors of eyes, one is blue and one is green. Not so well how well this translated in the photos. One thing it kind of looks like is one of his eyes are a bit filmy. Gave him some pale skin, so hopefully he looks old as his title suggests. Anyhoos, enjoy this little old man!
    30 points
  4. Hi all, I’ve finished a project I started a while back, making a Pathfinder mammoth rider. I decided to combine a pygmy mammoth and the amazingly cool Kjell Bloodbear. I also, perhaps foolishly, decided to paint up mounted and unmounted versions. 🙂 Thanks for viewing! Greenstuff is scary but fun 🙂
    30 points
  5. I've got a soft spot for Tieflings so imagine my surprise reaper released this bad boy... or girl. This minis was a joy to paint, very pleased with the final results.
    29 points
  6. I was so excited when reaper released this mini in bones USA. Such a great sculpt and now in the lighter bones USA material. I thought I got all the flash off of him. Looks like I missed some areas on his shield. Oops, my bad.
    29 points
  7. Tried out some of AP's new speed paint colors. Not too bad. The pink isn't as intense as I thought it would be and the new "peachy flesh" isn't too different from crusader flesh. It's more subtle which makes it more suitable for pale female flesh tones. The crusader skin tone was plenty ruddy enough for my purposes, but this new tone is a welcome addition.
    28 points
  8. This is the 3d printed mini Reaper was sending out with orders recently. I picked it up because I was genuinely curious about the quality of the new material. Especially given that some I've what I've ordered in the last Kickstarter is going to be manufactured in this medium. I've only ever painted a few printed minis and they were fickle, fragile, and not too great on details. Admittedly that was a while ago and I know the technology has improved greatly in recent years. Boy was I surprised. I figured Reaper would be delivering a quality print, but I have to say that the details on this guy are way better than their typical bones and bones black material. I gave it my normal tabletop quick paint job for a mini this size and I'm very pleased with the outcome. If you're one of the people on the fence about this manufacturing process like I was, I highly recommend checking it out, I don't think you'll be disappointed. Anyways, here's the mini in question... Cheers all and thanks for looking!
    27 points
  9. Finally finished my first mini by Dark Sword. She was a freebie I got when I ordered some minis (all still unpainted as of now). When I started painting her I thought It would be easy. Now, I know better. After uncounted attempts I'm glad (and proud!) she left my shelf of shame. Since Dark Sword Sculpts have more natural proportions the details are really tiny. You need a steady hand to paint - which is not my forte. And don't ask me about her eyes! The Sculpt reminded me of the Heavy Metal Comics and old fantasy book covers, so I tried to let that guide my colour choices. Enjoy, C&C very welcome, as always!
    27 points
  10. Not a Reaper Mini, but one I've been particularly proud of lately. Feast your eyes on his blues and magentas.
    27 points
  11. This was a great "mini" to paint. The detail is very clean and no mold lines to speak of. The swords are "Ruin" and "Pestilence" and a friend helped me find the correct kanji for it. All Reaper paints.
    27 points
  12. Hi all, I forgot I’d never shared my first extensive foray into greenstuff sculpting, turning Reaper’s sphinx into a mummy. This was for an NPC in a Pathfinder Society adventure. It’s funny what can inspire a mini, particularly as the NPC never saw combat. 🙂 Thanks for viewing!
    27 points
  13. Steer clear of this dude. If you get close enough you can smell the axe "body spray" from his last vampire victim.
    26 points
  14. Ziba the Efreeti, a Bobby Jackson sculpt from Reaper. Super fun to paint, even if what it took to paint her from some angles can't be described in polite company. More or less did what I did on my last efreeti, taking some thoughtful criticisms from that one into account. Comments and criticisms are welcome.
    26 points
  15. Spent a few nights over the last 2 weeks working on this model and I'm so happy with how it turned out, tried to go brighter with my highlighting this time ☺️
    26 points
  16. Finally finished the Quarterly contest for Q1. Once I realized I wasn’t going to make it for the contest, I slowed down. Inspiration was Native American Eagle Dancers as the pose reminded me of the dance. Coloration based on the Golden Eagle and Brown Bear. Markings based on photos of Eagle Dancers.
    25 points
  17. Hello All, Here are photos of a 77172 Dark Heaven Bones "Malek Blackmarrow, Necromancer" I completed last month. Thank you for looking.
    25 points
  18. For some reason I just had the urge to paint some ghosts, so these were what I was able to dig up out of my loose figure bin. I wanted to try to do them each in different styles, of course had to keep the duplicate the same.
    25 points
  19. Design - Artisan Guild Plaguemine Kobold Printed on my Elegoo Mars. WIP: https://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/90052-the-subterranean-realms-by-glitterwolf/page/3/#comments ************************ Should you ever explore caverns and such, don't delve to deep. There are things down there, things and creatures. By the time you hear sounds like someone using a pickaxe it will be too late. Better stay above ground where it's safe. **************************
    25 points
  20. Hey guys, just posting the start of my new army with a mix of miniatures and companies. Big golem is from Scotia Grendel. Iron Golems of coarse from REAPER, Great models, fantastic value. These were modified by cutting at the waist and rotating each a bit in different direction to make them look like two different models. The centaur guys are Manitc Abyssal Dwarf Half breeds. I like a lot of the Mantic stuff, but will be adding a bunch more DARKY DWARFY stuff from wherever I find them.
    24 points
  21. Got this at ReaperCon 2014 and finally felt like I could make it worthwhile.
    24 points
  22. This guy has been sitting on my desk for over a year, but I've never had a need to paint him, until now. I am playing a game of Frostgrave tomorrow and I needed a Knight of the Sun. So he is a Knight of the Sunrise. Spent about 8-9 hours on him, so he's well into my "Excessive" time range for tabletop, so he's a nice skill builder.
    24 points
  23. This was kind of intimidating to start, but I enjoyed painting it once I started. I would like to try another one but using colored resins instead of paint. It's yet another one that is not available through retail.
    24 points
  24. Been in a funk these last few day where don't feel like painting but did manage to take some pictures of the two I did last weekend. This one reminds me so much of what I think the War Wizards of Cromyr should look like back in my old DnD days, if weren't for the rose on his chest, would of probably done him in Cromyr's banner colors.
    23 points
  25. I painted this guy up for Frostgrave and I really liked how he painted up. I carried the dragon scale theme to the scabbard which I think worked well. This is what I consider tabletop grade.
    23 points
  26. Decided to make a mini diorama.
    22 points
  27. Pretty stoked with how this OSL turned out. I've been motivated to paint this box of Hexbane Hunters from GW. They really captured the grim stalkers thing. Check it out. Did I sell the OSL job?
    22 points
  28. Couple I finished over the weekend.
    22 points
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  30. I just submitted this for the RCL large group challenge. He clearly fits into the fairytale theme! His weird musculature made some of the highlighting challenging, but the opportunity to try a stone axe made it rewarding. I’m trying to push my contrast by focusing more on the dark side, and I can see incremental gains, but it’s still very much a battle against my tendencies. As always, your comments and criticisms are welcome!
    22 points
  31. The female part of my Henches to Heroes project
    22 points
  32. Painted this one for a friend, had a lot of fun coming up with the colors. She plays the character as an Italian bard so I went with a color scheme from a 15th century Italian crossbowman; for the cloak I decided to go all in and do a musical pattern along the edge. I pulled up medieval sheet music images to get the style. The falcon made me realize I need new glasses, even with the magnifying headset! Many thanks to @72moonglum for the advice on painting female skin tones. Definitely need more practice with that. Enjoy and as always CC is welcome!
    22 points
  33. I've always loved spyglass's simple sculpts and had always wanted to paint this one or the one they also produced for CMON.
    22 points
  34. Another recently finished. I loved the pose on this one especially for a witch just didn't like the Halloween theme, so...
    22 points
  35. I needed a drow wizard for my campaign and this guy was in my pile of shame. To be honest, he would have continued to sit there if it hadn't been for this specific role playing need. My players are new to dnd and haven't had dealings with drow before. They think they're helping this guy, boy are they going to be surprised when he betrays them!
    22 points
  36. Here are a few treant models from over the years. I just finished Mossbeard about an month ago: D&D pre-painted plastic, re-painted. Reaper Bones Mossbeard (which is ironic, since there is no moss in his beard...). Mithril Miniatures Ents (these might be out of production, sorry about that...). Games workshop Durthu and Treeman (also out of production). Closs up of Mossbeard:
    22 points
  37. Here's one of two I just recently finished. Not really happy with the colors I had chosen for her about three-quarters for the way through but in my mind was too late to change as I was several hours into her already, but oh well least now I can call her done. I painted the siocast version of her in browns and creams and wanted to do this one differently and I guess went with what I call the cliche, elf equals green. .
    21 points
  38. Here's my second one painted from the Marvel United X-men Kickstarter.
    21 points
  39. Hi all: I was happy with her main blade, a little less happy with her hair... Oh well. I thought translucent black would be a fun challenge, and it was certainly a challenge! Comments and criticism are welcomed! Thanks for looking!
    21 points
  40. Fun quick mini, very happy with the sewer manhole cover. Painted it black, then did a wash with Reaper 09072 Rust Brown, then made sure all the bubbles were popped and it had run into the crevasses, then wiped it with a paper towel and did a very light drybrush with blackened steel. Looks like I may have gotten some minute droplets when I drybrushed the coat but they're not really visible unless you look super closely. Enjoy and cc always welcome!
    21 points
  41. A 3 hour paintjob on these green munchkins, bringing my Bones goblins to a total of 9. I am quite enjoying these sculpts. Bones monsters are a lot better at hiding the material flaws than character models, in my opinion.
    21 points
  42. Been unable to type or paint much 😞 so thought I would try a quick rescue job on this gargoyle? we've had for ages ( my other half admits he can't paint -but is better now than he was then). He did want him still to be usable separately but coincidentally in his game a player has got extremely pedantic about gargoyles and grotesques - hence base with downspout! Which I'm fairly happy with. Now I say its a gargoyle but I cannot trace the manufacturer so it might be a demon? Anyone got any ideas please? It is metal and the base has C FP(F?) 96 on one side and WK on the other if that helps?
    21 points
  43. Finished the last of my lycanthropes with these 4.
    20 points
  44. Zombies, Five Parsecs, more mushroom and palette cleanser edition. Group Shots: Indulgent Action Shots: CMON Zombicide Fatty Reaper Miniatures Zombie (Bones V 830) CMON Zombicide Fatty Reaper Miniatures Zombie (Bones V 827) CMON Zombicide Walker Reaper Miniatures Zombie (Bones V 828) CMON Zombicide Toxic Fatty CMON Zombicide Walker Reaper Rosie, Chronotechnician (80008) Reaper IMEF: Sarah Blitzer (80021) Scotia Grendel Urban War Junker Convict Legionnaire Reaper Andre Durand (Bones V version) CMON Wrath of Kings House Teknes Lineman Reaper Let's Call Him Ahab (Bones V 810) Bitzbashed Terminal Games Workshop Chaos Cultist Archon Studios Mushroom Cluster (Dungeons and Lasers: Encounters) Reaper Miniatures Shrieking Fungi (44045) Archon Studios Fungal Queen (Dungeons and Lasers: Encounters) Archon Studios Mushroom Cluster (Dungeons and Lasers: Encounters) Archon Studios Mushroom Cluster (Dungeons and Lasers: Encounters) Reaper Killer Fungi (44043) Otherworld Miniatures Innkeeper's Wife Blacklist Studios Banshee Wizkids Oxen Reaper Sister Maria (50159) Tomb Guardians Bugbear Wizard Corvus Games Urban Donut Shop Kin Kinsmart Ford Crown Victoria Mattel Lightyear Hyperspeed Series Armadillo
    20 points
  45. I bought the Jolie because I wanted to see how the prints were, and I was very impressed. I honestly think these have better detail than any other production method. This coming from a decades long metal snob is notable. The color test on this was pushing the highlights up to white attempting to give the impression of a shiny fabric. It mostly worked. I was very pleased that I was able to bring out the facial expression which is always a challenge.
    20 points
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