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primeval

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  1. The wolf is especially amazing!
  2. Excellence as usual - love the cloak on the viking!
  3. That hair! And....barbaric splendor!!!
  4. Awesome work, would make a great addition to the barbaric horde!
  5. -For the membrane I used a base of Resurrection Flesh from Scale75 with some highlights from Harvester Flesh and Moonray Flesh, also both from Scale75. I then went over with about 4 washes of watered down Strong Tone ink from the Army Painter (this stuff is called an ink, but it works like a wash). I then went back over with some highlights in all three of the aforementioned colors. -For the fingers, I used a base of Braineater Azure from Scale75. I highlighted it with a mix of Braineater Flesh and Moonray Flesh. I washed it at the same I did the membrane and then highlighted it all again. -I used some watered down Dark Tone ink from the Army Painter for the shadows around the membrane and fingers. -I did it all with a size 6 American Painter filbert brush. Thanks for sharing!
  6. Wow - those wings! Would you share the recipe? Great work overall.
  7. Fantastic work overall; the armor especially is amazing!
  8. He stood resplendent in his looted war-gear, taken from a site in the high places of the Cimmerian lands, where his shaman had led him. There, buried around a statue of an ancient barbarian hero, had been found the artifacts from a long ago era, before a great cataclysm his shaman had told him. More Vanir warriors had come to his fight under his banner since, and his shaman assured him there were more such items to be found - and so he led a raiding party once more to Cimmeria, and cresting a small rise he found himself looking into a small vale. Therein stood another statue, but this time also a band of Cimmerian warriors protecting it, shaking their swords and axes as they bellowed forth war cries and challenges. No matter; the helm of Am-Ra would be his - he raised the axe of Gor-na, pointing toward his foes, "Forth Vanir slayers - blood, glory and treasure await!" This is Belegast the Bloodthirsty by Tre at Red Box Games, with a slight conversion to wield an axe from a Fenryll barbarian. For some reason the skintones are washed out by the lights, but I did use a very pale skintone (RMS Fair Skin Triad with Flesh Wash). Otherwise I am pretty pleased with how he came out!
  9. Great color scheme, and the skintones came out amazing - nice work!
  10. Great work! Love the shield on the first one especially.
  11. The swords are amazing - nice work overall of course!
  12. A fine exemplar of barbaric splendor!!!
  13. Ah, I missed the scales part - not sure about that, nothing is coming to mind really but I will keep an eye out for suitable miniatures!
  14. Update #26 Aug 4 2016 Ruga - Steppes Barbarian sculpt done; one week for surveys/add-ons 0 Comments Like I received pictures today from David Soderquist of the completed Ruga-Steppes Barbarian! Below are pictures from several angles as well as the picture of how he will come to you, after being cut for molding. Also, please remember surveys and all adjustments are due by August 11th - one week from today. I have all the surveys except for two, but still have a fair amount of messages out awaiting response on either payment for extra selections or adding selections to match the pledge. Thanks, as always, for the support!
  15. "Muscular"...."Snakeman"...*Primeval summoning successful* I do already plan a few snakemen, probably with snake lower body and with human lower body both. The lore I have in mind will have both - the ones with legs match with the Robert E Howard snakemen, and I just plain think the ones with snake bodies are awesome :) But yeah, that won't be fast - probably not until early next year the way things look now. I do have another suggestion, that might take a little work but Blood Moon Miniatures made some awesome snakemen with snake bodies - however the torso is very muscular and could be cut off and attached to legs if you wanted. I have these, the one on the left has a torso that might work for you. Another idea is just to take a snake head and put it on a barbarian - I did that with this Zvezda orc (admittedly ogre sized, but you get the idea...)
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