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  1. Hello All, Here is a Dwarf Butcher 77460 that I painted up a couple months ago. Thank you for looking.
    33 points
  2. Hi all! How do you do? My latest painted character: This sorceress lady will be used someday in the future for games of Frostgrave. Here she is with the rest of her warband:
    33 points
  3. I started this little side project in my Children of the Night WIP. Models are from Freebooter Miniatures ( Werne Klocke) the Crypt is from Minimonsters, Gravestone is from Greenstuffworld, the stairs are made of foam. WIP: https://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/79298-children-of-the-night-by-glitterwolf/ ********************* Ahhh Love... When you find the right person it's forever. And by that I mean FOREVER!!!! Here's Mr. Mort, He's found his eternal love, and every year on the day they met he brings her a rose and ask her to be his girl once again. Her beautiful blond hair, her lovely smile, how could he resist? And every year, she plays along, holding him off for a short while and then agrees to be his girl, forever and ever. *********************
    28 points
  4. First diorama I've done since I've been I was ill this winter. Although I have been doing a lot of reminiscing and wishing, which is what this piece is about. I have at least one of all the Burrows & Badgers range from Oathsworn and one of the parts I like is thst ao many or their miniatures can be used for non-dnd or domestic scenes. I also finally found a use for the stable piece from the Reaper nativity scene. I built an actual stable for that sp I had thst bit left over and it worked pretty well here. I could explain it but I'm hoping the piece speaks for itself. Hope you.all enjoy I find tje affect the best when staring through the portal...
    27 points
  5. Here is a group pic of my April 2022 painting - all but the archway previously shown.
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  6. Butch "Killer" Davis (50094) is a beautiful clean sculpt, good and pulpy without being overdone. He also gave me an excuse to go ahead and complete a boxing/wrestling ring bit of terrain--it had been rattling around in my brain for some years. And now, with a box lid, some nails, some electrical tape, and a few bits of string, the dream has become reality. "I've earned my stripes, and the poor fool in the other corner's gonna be seeing stars!" I knew sculpting a side of beef ribs would be handy more than once. Good training. Click for a turnaround with Price the Trainer (originally a Groundskeeper from Artizan; I've gotten a lot of mileage out of this dude) Price's training style is...eccentric. (Hence the shovel.) Very big on the principle "prepare for everything." As such, he favors outlandish sparring partners with exotic styles. "Larry the Leprechaun," a vicious bareknuckle flyweight, for example. What if your opponent is hard to reach and nimble, a.k.a. 'the Oddjob Problem'? Or what if your opponent uses A CHAIR OH NOOOO! and employs the ropes in bizarre high-flying stunts? It's EL DIABLOOOOOOOOOO! (50035, last seen in the Weird West) Or how about a taller opponent with a bigger off-limit strike zone?! Think fast, Butch! It's La Mujer Increible! (50212, also seen previously) Managed that? Good start. Now let's put you up against a challenge. The brutish man-mountain Mister Hyde! (Modified Clay Golem, 02706)! Taller, stronger, bigger, meaner. Good luck! Oh, these were fun to photograph. Click for extra shots: The ring itself. In retrospect I should have had the string corners wrapping around the inside of the posts, but eh, not bad for 20 minutes and some junk,
    24 points
  7. Got inspired by @R2ED to paint some monochome zombies. Quite happy with the result. Coal black, Maggot White, and added some Ebony Skin for the shadows. So - not really monochome, but let's not be too picky 😇
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  8. So this is what took me most of March and half of April to paint.... and well... hmmm.... given that I thought this was the type of thing I would really love, I realized I kind of prefer the little guys at my skill level. I also feel I'm missing something color composition wise... my painting issues I am aware of, but would love comments about how I could have made better color choice given I was set on giving him purple skin. Enjoy!
    24 points
  9. Hey everyone, the madness continues. Here's the 77445, Goblin skirmisher with shortbow sculpted by Bobby Jackson.
    22 points
  10. Hello All, Here is one of my recent works. 89032 Pathfinder Bones "Anti Paladin" I wanted it to look like the shield was a living thing or a possessed item. Thank you for looking.
    21 points
  11. After a bit of a hiatus I'm finishing up my Heroes of the Lance. This is Flint Fireforge the dwarf. He's a bit interesting in that he has the least consistent depiction of any of the characters. In the earlier drafts he was a bit of a dandy and even later still usually had a clean, white shirt on. So, I gave him a white linen shirt (good luck keeping that clean during an adventure) and studded his belt with jewels. I used the red brown triad for most of my leathers, blacks with nightshade purple, and the violet red triad for most of the cloak. https://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/98341-flint-fireforge/
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  12. I haven't done much painting in the last couple of years. Just a couple of models -- Arakoth the Ancient and a Heroforge PC mini. But last Thursday I was in a painting mood while watching Critical Role and painted this wraith up. It was done in grisaille. I used Solid Black, Dragon White, and 3 shades of grey mixed from those (2:1 black/white, 1:1 and 1:2) to paint the entire thing in greyscale. Once I was happy with the values, I coated the whole model with a thin layer of Pthalo Green (from Golden). In a few of the brightest places I mixed some Primary Yellow (also from Golden) to punch up the brightness. Then I stared at it for a few days and decided I wasn't happy with the sword. After a very brief WIP thread and a couple of minor adjustments to the sword, hand and shoulder, I decided to declare it done. I'm still not happy with the sword. But it's not worth obsessing over. So here we are.
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  13. Next week - my in person group picked Non-Euclidean Dungeon Adventure. In the bottom of a massive lake lies a cyclopean structure with either too many angles (one square room has 12 walls) or too few (a second square room has 2 walls. Lie a fishlike creature from another time and its servants: I will update on who survives. Chuul were 3d printed by a local seller found on etsy. I only ordered two, but he said there was a printing error and had to reprint them, so he handed me 4. I eventually found the printing error only by comparison. (after I painted a flawed one) it was pretty minor, so yay honesty! the colors were a lot of trouble - the other two will be free Chuul - in green/yellow/brown, over everything so less work.
    21 points
  14. So I got his base done with 2 kinds of sand, some tufts and a blend of turfs and static grasses... WIP here... Here he is! Thanks for looking! The Drow
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  15. Kit is working on the Pledge Managers for both Base Boss 2 and Bones 6. There’s a glitch with PayPal functionality that he’s having to fix. There WILL be Power-Ups in the pledge manager: https://clips.twitch.tv/CourteousMildWallabyUnSane-ZzBxdUVopxP-8x0H Here are a few items previewed on last night’s Reaper Live. Some may make it into the PM as power ups, others might appear as Bones USA releases. From the teased Deep Ones encounter, with Deep Gnome protagonists. A giant snapping turtle that thematically fits with Rotstump Bog, but would have been somewhere else in the KS (Core?) had it funded better. An NPC from the Dungeon Dwellers RPG play test that was streamed: The other dragon that @Rainbow Sculptor was working on (was previously shown in blurry form). More of a diorama piece, but looks great. That last is a turnaround of the female merrow in Rotstump Bog.
    19 points
  16. I finished Ape-X this evening, I figure he'll go well with the mad scientist group of figures that I'm slowly working on. His base was warped pretty badly, and even boiling it didn't help, so I chopped it off and rebased him on a resin base that looks like a wrecked lab. Like most of my stuff, he's painted for tabletop; I hope you like him.
    19 points
  17. A while ago I was on a Beast-People kick, and promised more beast-fellas! But I don't remember delivering until now. Behold, the mighty Sabertooth Tiger man, 02785. He is enormous! (The lynx is a Bombshell Companion) Here's a comparison with S'kara, last seen here. You can see the tusky boy is huge! A more gracile feline is this Rogue from Nolzur's. She's accompanied by two rat-bastards, Ver-Men from Blacktree. One of them is clearly a magic-user, the other some sort of violence specialist. The ratties had minor appearances in Boren Backslap's tale, but not a good front-and-center showoff if I recall. I really need to run a Feywild game to get some of these on the table.
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  18. Pics hidden, just to be on the safe side. This was a 3-d print.
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  19. So my Girl and Oldest Vixen are off to Norway to visit Youngest Vixen. They'll be staying there for a few days and will return Thursday Evening. I'm staying home with Brutus. We're going to have some time for Men! Yeah!!! Like repairing things and other stuff that needs to be done!!! Oh Yeah!!! Wait...
    19 points
  20. o I finished Thregan this morning with a second application of water effect... Added a few tufts and some Green Turf Blend as well.. WIP here So here he is! Comments appreciated! The Drow No to find the female Thief / Assassin in the pile of lead...
    18 points
  21. Morning all, currently having a walk that would be 100% better if it wasn't bucketing down with rain. Still, the bluebells look awfully pretty
    18 points
  22. Surgery day! Rika goes under the knife in about an hour. She’s super ready for it and regaining the ability to breathe from her nose again normally. Well, at least when everything heals. She’s got minor concerns about washing her face while still in the hospItal, and if I will be bored waiting. No worries from either of us, so say any prayer, chant, or positive vibe that you’re wanting to give, then go have a great Friday! It’s the weekend! Woo hoo!
    17 points
  23. Clearing out some old photos from a Beastfolk shoot. Do birds count as Beasts? It depends if you mean Animals, or Mammals; the connotations vary. But what doesn't vary is that these little crowfellas are hella rad! Look at those beady eyes, corvid beaks, samurai armor! I tried to give the rogue's feathers a blue-green shimmer and the fighter a purple sheen using drybrushed metallics. They're very detailed sculpts but still painter-friendly. A bit shorter than the average Reaper human but a bit taller than the average Reaper dwarf; seen here with O-Sayumi (60191). Hope you enjoy; I sure did!
    17 points
  24. Good day everyone, here's 77444, Goblin warrior with spear sculpted by Bobby Jackson. Since these goblins are sold with duplicates, I will convert the others by swapping their weapons. I will also paint the goblin command, shaman and leader.
    17 points
  25. I needed a shadowy Derro alchemist and female Derro are a bit thin on the ground. Luckily the Bones IV Darkreach expansion had this little deep gnome who would pass with the right colour scheme. A quick paint job, but she should serve the purpose.
    17 points
  26. I did this as a commission for a friend for her boyfriend's birthday. They love it. Now that it's been delivered I can share the final photos that I have. It would not fit in my light box nicely. Took 27 hours total. It was fun but I'm so glad I'm done with it.
    16 points
  27. Hey everyone, the tribe is still growing. Here's 77349, Goblin Shaman with spider familiar sculpted by Ben Siens.
    14 points
  28. Thank you! Surgery went well, less than two hours when four were scheduled. They took a lot less than expected and they saved the nerves they thought might be needing to be removed. So she will recover a bit faster too. No feeding tube so she will be having soup soon. But very good news from this end of the world! Have an excellent weekend everyone!
    14 points
  29. I bought some more elves, ever since I finished the waterlilly clan I kept thinking if I had another set, I would paint another 5 versions of waterlillies. on them. so I found someone on a buy/trade group who didn't want the ones they had gotten from the KS. and I get to pick out 5 more versions. of waterlillies. I was looking and the last 6 versions Monet did went really brightly colored and leaned to expressionist more than impressionist. Cant wait to try one of those out. - it really exciting for me to jump back in to this project. Also in my D&D game, the PCs are interacting with the whole tribe - including the weaver of the cloaks, a fey-pact warlock. She will either need a weapon-swap, or a similar version from reapers normal catalog. https://www.reapermini.com/miniatures/03159 would work best. https://www.reapermini.com/miniatures/30027 would fit in well for the tribes Lorekeeper - or I could repaint the transparent version. so this: will soon join this clan:
    14 points
  30. Today one of my furry little girls goes to the vet for surgery to have some bad teeth removed and an infection cleaned up. If you're the type who prays, crosses fingers, or burns an offering, please keep her in your thoughts today. She means a great deal to me.
    14 points
  31. It's official. We have a TRENCH!! It goes from the house to the new well head! We can run pipes! And power! And it will be awesome! Or at least, it will work. ... I am never gonna cease to be amazed by the things found while digging on this property; the count from this round includes a hubcap, a mess of random old pipe, the pipes we expected to find, and the old drain field from the original septic tank (or, at least, what we think is the old drain field; that's what the trench guy said). Also, crap ton of root invasion, a lot of head-sized rocks and a lot of sandy dirt. .. the cherry laurel on that side of the house took a beating, but I don't think it's going to let that stop it.
    13 points
  32. You know you're getting old when you check the age requirement on the "senior discount" email and are surprised to discover that the offer is for high school seniors who are graduating.
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  33. Heres what i grabbed. WIll be sending mine out on Saturday.
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  34. WOOF HQ Secret Service Dpt. **** Sir! We have lost Agent Woofgang**** ****Hrmph...any lead about his last location?**** ***** He was supposed to join the otter agents Sir!, I mean OTHER AGENTS, OTHER!!! OMG! I think....*****
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  35. Catch up again.... Yes. Liners for Bones. Usually airbrush for everything else, unless I need a colour matched rattle can. Usually grey or black/grey/white zenithal. I'm using Army Painter Air grey primer currently for the tanks I'm priming. If I do zenithal I use Stynylrez. I do have a few coloured primers I use from time to time, and army green, a sand, a dark brown..... Hmm, probably learning about pinning earlier. A lot of my early stuff get arms reglued a few times.... We have one of those little letter box sized ones. If the package, like the replacement punch out board from Infinity Defiance's KS that arrived yesterday) is big and flat (this was 12"x12") they will stick it in there and leave the flap open. Anything bigger "usually" goes on the little table we have beside the door, although some insist on putting it on the mat instead. Luckily we have a very deeply sheltered entryway so even if something sits out there for a few hours it will stay dry, unless the wind is blowing from the direction it almost never blows from.... Yes! Biggest laser pointer I can find to lead it to the nearest sports field, where we'll have used the chalk line drawer to make a big box in the field.
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  37. I can tell that you are upset about this, Dave.
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  38. That this was going to be a lifelong, consuming passion.
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  39. Wife is on schedule to come home tomorrow. She’s doing much better today than yesterday. The occasional nose bleed, but hell, she had a chunk of skull removed. Meanwhile, lost an apple tree and a huge leafy tree, plus several large branches in another. Got a chainsaw from HD and could NOT get it started even with help from YouTube! So got Ryobi’s 40v electric one. Hope it can do the trick. But damn, ya’ll. Stress monster is eating me alive this week. Work, bees, pets, surgery, trees! And it didn’t help that I dehydrated myself yesterday. Got really dizzy to the point that I felt drunk lying down. I am behaving better today, drinking lots of water and even had a salad at the hospital.
    12 points
  40. Hello everyone, Here's the others' brother, goblin it be. 77445, Goblin skirmisher with morningstar sculpted by Bobby Jackson.
    12 points
  41. Primer, sealant, and proper brush care when using enamels would all have been helpful…
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