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About Daximillian

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  • Birthday 05/08/1982

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    Tel Aviv, Israel
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    RPGs (D&D, Pathfinder, Dungeon World, Amnesia, and more), tabletop games, books, sketching and water-colour painting, tea.

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  1. Daximillian

    Hppy birthday, dargrin!

    Happy birthday!!!
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    2013 Twelve Days of Reaper discussion thread

    Yay! My order arrived, and I got Ginger Cookie paint, a nice pile of bones (including a flesh golem, which is good, because it will allow me to do a paint redo), and Christmas Mouslings. Even with the customs that I had to pay (grrrr...), it was a great buy. Can't wait for next year.
  3. 2013 Core Set x1 Gnolls & Bugbears x1 Narthrax Dragon x1 Lords of Darkness x1 Unleash the Kraken! x1 Heroes and Villains x1 Gelatinous Cube x1 Greater Demons x1 Water Elementals x1 Hill Giants x1 Demon Lords x1 Blightfang Dragon x1 Master Series Paint Set x1 Figure Case x1 Expansion Set 1 x1 Master Series Paint Set 2 x1 Expansion Set 2 x1 Mashaaf, Great Old One x1 Khanjira, the World Breaker x1 Dragons Don't Share x1 Dark Sword Painting DVD Bundle x1 I had a hard time deciding whether to buy the really big figures, but I regretted not getting them in KS1, so... I averted my eyes to the profoundly expensive shipping costs.
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    Siri's New WIP! Pathfinder Blue Dragon!

    That is so epic it's brought tears to my eyes. You are so so talented.
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    My first thought, after reading the description, was "Wow, if that thing's resin and weighs 3.5 pounds....and Dragons Don't Share 2 is 4 pounds...JUST HOW MUCH PLASTIC AM I GOING TO BE GETTING?!" Huzzah! --OneBoot :D Interesting. My first thought was "how far would my players run if I plunk HIM on the table..." DM daydreams...
  6. Daximillian

    Happy Birthday, Doug Sundseth!

    Happy birthday! I hope you get a lot done during your stay-cation
  7. Daximillian

    Happy birthday, Cassu!

    Happy birthday!
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    Pragma's WIP

    Great idea! She looks fantastic.
  9. Daximillian

    Paizo's 'Great Golem' sale

    Otherwold minis are now on sale as part of their Golem sale. I decided to buy 20 or so of them, to add to my 20 minis, so that I'll have 20 minis total, finally. I never tried Otherworld minis, since I like Reaper's take on Orcs, Goblins, Ogres, Giants, Kobolds, and other critters better. But with Paizo paying $10 towards shipping, and some of the unique minis they have on sale (Centaurs, goblin wolf riders), I decided to give them a try.
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    Pragma's WIP

    She looks amazing! I would put her on a tiled floor or wooden stage - as if she's just finished a show, and is daring the audience not to applaud her. I love the depth of color you've achieved here, and +1000 on the eyes
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    Basic Equipment

    Buy a cheap sponge, a cheap tupperware dish, and some good water-colour paper, and make yourself a wet palate like so: http://www.comic-tools.com/2009/07/dont-buy-one-of-these-things-i-normally.html It'll make painting less of a pain. Otherwise, start small and grow your paint collection gradually.
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    Daximillian's WIP (mostly Bones)

    I thought I'd post the rats next, but they are complete, and not that interesting (enough examples here, anyway), so I'll post my current minis in work instead: First up, a Pathfinder Goblin which is going to be a PC. That’s why I removed most of the mild-lines (the ones that I could see, at least), and am taking so many pains with him. The PC is a Goblin ranger, and so I’m trying to give him that feel. He's also an underdog, so I'm trying not to go too overboard with the bright colours. I want him to stand out, but not too much. Unlike my plans for other bones, I removed as many of the mould lines that I could see. It's not perfect, but I'm still trying not take months on this. I want him ready for our next session. Lining with Walnut Brown Drybrushing and highlighting metals and base painting the eyes Base colouring the skin (CDA Green Goblin, which is slightly shiny, so it reflects some of the colours next to it in the photos), bow, and all the leathers (various shades of brown): Base colouring the bandages Finishing base colours on everything, plus some initial textures on the bow, and some shading on the leathers and the arrows: That is as far as I have gone so far, and there's a lot of work still left - shadowing, highlighting, fixing the eyes and finishing the base (a woodland/grassland base). He is so tiny that it is a challenge to paint him. Not as bad as the Kobolds, but close.