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Jewelego

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About Jewelego

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  1. It's sitting on an old CPU cooler. :-)
  2. A very sharp and pointy metal mini.
  3. The colors were actually picked to go with the PanOceania colors from Infinity. I purchased Angel Giraldez's painting book and I am using my Bones minis to teach myself through the book. Thanks to the Bones Kickstarters I can learn at a fraction of the cost and work my way up.
  4. Working on edge highlighting and lining with this mini.
  5. I like your idea on this as I was a little disappointed in the contrast in the belly area for these. To be honest I just didn't know what was best. I had three thoughts on the colors. One would just be using a thin black line to segment the colors, the next was to use a rich primary color like Royal Purple, Peacock Green, or Fire Orange, and the last was just to increase the wash/pigments and really heap on the dirt/rust factor. I'm up for suggestions as I still haven't got my last varnish coat on these guys due to the weather.
  6. I put together a step by step for my friends a while back on how I do my fire. It's really simple, it's all drybrushing. I hope this can help out other people. Here is a link to a photo album that has both the Reaper Bones translucent pieces and also how to make a smoldering campfire which I picked up from Itar's Workshop. Let me know if you have any questions. https://secure.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157644331945146/
  7. The vines are Army Painter Battlefields Poison Ivy. I used spots of superglue to attach it up the backside of the well.
  8. The water is done with fishing line. I took a couple pieces of fishing line, twisted them together, and then used superglue to attach it to the top and bottom making sure there was a little bend to it. Then I used Woodland Scenics Realistic Water and I slowly built up the water on the fishing line and it naturally filled up the pool below.
  9. I call him Sparky. I put a LED tealight in the base to make him look more alive.
  10. Here is my Well of Chaos from the first Bones Kickstarter.
  11. The foundation for the book is a square wood block, I then took Armorcast yellow bricks and PVA and stuck them on. I then used layers of Badger Ghost Tints, Fresh Blood and Brown, to bring up the color to a fired brick look. The book is a wood book that I got at craftparts-dot-com (BO1500). I printed off the words off on standard paper and then layered a couple sheets of paper on both sides. I then painted the book and used a dark sepia wash over the whole thing. The bookmark is a piece of red thread that I put some PVA on, doubled it over and twisted it, then stuck it to the book. I fin
  12. Greetings. I finally gathered up the courage to post one of my minis. Hope I am doing this right and hope you like it. I started painting about two years ago with the first Bones Kickstarter. I would really value any feedback that you have so I can continue to develop my craft. Thanks. My CMON page: http://www.coolminiornot.com/artist/Jewelego
  13. She is a Bones and my second mini.
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