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    03021: Velociraptors (2)

    The striping is well executed. As far as coloration, just look at Dinosaur Dan's crazy sketch book. Edit: How big are these figures compared to the 28mm character figures?
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    Modified 14225: Ra'am, Reptus Hero

    Thanks for the praise everyone.
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    Bones Lizardfolk (and a Marsh Troll)

    I think they're great speed paints. The bright green on the marsh troll is revolting...and perfect! I recommend hitting the teeth on the lizard men again with a color just a shade brighter to make them pop. All-in-all, nice work.
  4. Soooo Jealous. I was hoping to paint these Bugbears this weekend, but my Bones II are due to arrive until Monday. Nice work.
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    Modified 14225: Ra'am, Reptus Hero

    I recently modified and painted the 14225: Ra'am, Reptus Hero figure for use as a D&D 5e character. Character Inspiration: Race: White Dragonborn Class: Barbarian Background: Pirate Place of Origin: Luskan, City of Sails I did many modifications to represent this character. Base: is scratch-built from polystyrene to represent the gunwale of a Viking longboat. The water is sculpted milliput. The bag is a plastic piece from some 1:72 scale minitaure kit. The rope is a coil of Gale Force 9 product. Weapons: The sword is a reaper sword from a weapons blister can't remember which one. I notched it with a round file to give it a serrated back edge. The javelins are scratch-built with polystyrene rod and string. The javelin quiver is scultpted milliput. Shield: I took strips of polystyrene and bonded them together to make the planks of the shield. I used thin sheet polystyrene to make the outer skin of the shield and placed gouges in it to reveal the planks below. Brass Key: A large key made from bent wire and polystyrene hangs from a cord around his neck. This is a bit of backstory character detail. I use primarily Vallejo and reaper paints thinned with glass cleaner (Windex). The miniature has dynamic pose that gives it so much life. As I was looking for a figure for this character, I was instantly drawn to the idea of my dragonborn pirate leaping over the side of a gunwale to board an enemy ship. Overall, it was a very fun project. I think I took the figure in a whole new direction, and I am pleased with how it turned out. Original miniature for comparison:
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