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  1. 4 hours ago, Dr Boom said:

    Nice understated palette there

    Thank you! I'm glad that worked. 


    12 hours ago, Motherofdungeonmaster said:

    I I love your results on the fur.

    Thanks! I'd never tried blonde fur before, so that was new. I'm happy with how it came out.


    7 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

    Great job!

    Thank you!

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  2. On 11/12/2018 at 6:23 PM, Adrift said:

    Ironically, I don’t adhere to what ‘Reaper’ labels a dragon inasmuch as scale color is concerned. I love that Reaper’s dragons can easily be whatever you want them to be. 

    I mean, sure. But having more dragons at that size would be good is ultimately what I'm saying. I'd like them to look like D&D blue, black, green, and white dragons, but don't need them to. 

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  3. 3 hours ago, Arikiel said:

    True but with Argent being the new Silver, at around the same size as T'Raukzul, it seems to me that Reaper decided to upscale that tier of dragons. Kind of like they did with the old Frost and Fire Giants.

    I'd be alright with us getting a blue, green, black, and white at the same/similar scale as T'Raukzul. Ideally metallics too, but I'd prioritize chromatics at that scale myself. 

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  4. I hadn't thought about reapplying now and again. That makes sense, especially if certain figures get handled regularly (like goblins and orcs or PC minis). Same for paint.


    I'm primarily painting Bones. I have a few metal figures, but Bones is where it's at for me.


    My players tend not to be too handsy with the minis. Every now and then someone will want to look at something because they think it's cool (which I appreciate), but I haven't had anyone do what you described!


    I've never primed my Bones. I wash them, but I've never really thought about priming them. That is definitely something to consider. I do have brush on primer for the rare metal figures I have. I hadn't considered applying it to Bones.

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  5. Hi all!


    So I've been painting for a little while now and mainly use my minis for tabletop play. Knowing that they'd be handled a fair bit (and sometimes need to travel around in a box), I've sealed them to try and protect them. However, some of my minis are still getting chips in paint and the like, and I'm not sure why that is. I haven't sealed everything the same way, and I honestly don't remember which minis I've sealed which way to know what's worked best. Right now I use a gloss sealer and then a matte one to knock the shininess down so it looks less "cheap toy" like. Is there some other method I should use? I'm using the Reaper brush-on sealers.



  6. 16 hours ago, LarsM said:

    Great! His beard is really nice, it have a cold feeling to it with the blue shadows.


    20 hours ago, VolksFest said:

    Very nice! Great shades and highlights.. Adorable color choices as well.  


    On 12/24/2017 at 9:33 AM, Chaoswolf said:

    Good work on him!


    On 12/22/2017 at 10:46 PM, NecroMancer said:

    He looks great!

    Thanks everyone. 


    For the beard, I did that with my frost giants and liked it, and figured with Father Christmas being a magical creature himself that it fit. Best of all mom liked it (it was a surprise gift)!

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