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  1. Thanks! Yes, the purple colouring was intentional to tie it together - I'm glad it shows! Haha I struggle enough to get eyes looking consistent with a vertical line; I think trying to make the pupils round would drive me to insanity! Thanks for the tip though - I may have to try it on some larger figures.
  2. I'm trying to break my painting dry streak with this one, painted up as a (relatively) minor villain in my current D&D campaign that the party are on their way to confront. I chopped the pointy ears off to turn her into a halfling and rebased with some greenstuff.
  3. I've done this with a couple of minis so far: a gibbering mouther and the Xanathar I superglued lengths of clear nylon "invisible thread" and spread Vallejo water texture over it. It's semi-sculptable with a damp brush, so you can push it around a bit, and even bridge strands across small gaps without needing the invisible thread. And for the larger globs I built it up over several layers.
  4. Otherworld Miniatures produce "spider-folk", which look rather nice.
  5. I mostly modelled this off Michael Proctor's paint job, and used it as an exercise in learning to push contrast and glaze unlike colours. The photos make the colours seem to little more vibrant than they are in real life. Overall very pleased with the result!
  6. These two were mostly done a while ago (along with their buddy Darkrasp). It's just taken me a while to work up the courage to paint the scroll and spellbook and get them off my shelf of shame!
  7. This was a relatively quick (for me) paint job, experimenting with a very limited pallette. It was intended for an encounter in my Ruins of the Grendleroot 5e campaign, but we're having to play online due to the lockdown. I'm sure I can find a use for it in the future though...
  8. Thanks. The bases and glow effect were inspired by a painter called Sorastro. I think I actually bought the bases having followed a link from his website! I did think about clear bases, but decided I wanted the extra colour and space to give each mini a little more character if I wanted to (like the bonus rats). Yeah, we're a few scenarios in; having failed a few we've realised we really can't dawdle!
  9. This will be an ongoing project as we unlock more characters, but here are my groups four starting characters. This is also probably the best OSL I've painted to date. They're not perfect, but I'm pretty happy with how they've all turned out.
  10. Thanks all! :D Invisible thread and Vallejo Water Texture. Either superglue the thread on (gel works better than the thin stuff), or stick it in a blob of the Water Texture (dries slower than superglue). Then once it's secure at both ends, run some Water Texture along the thread. Once you've got a blob or two on there it can be smoothed out with a damp brush. Once it's on there you can even sculpt it to a degree - that's how I did some of the smaller strands. And for the larger blobs hanging down, I built it up over two or three layers.
  11. This is one I've had "in progress" for ages. I finally mustered the courage to tackle all the eyes and then had fun with drool!
  12. This thread got weird... It is possible to enjoy both playing and watching - you don't have to pick one or the other! I feel like I should point out that they all have a mixture of on-screen, stage, voice-acting and motion capture experience. They are all legit actors/actresses.
  13. Fetish? By the same token, I don't understand the fetish of watching sports or reality TV, but plenty of people enjoy them. Watching an RPG is a way to experience it. It might not be the way you choose to, but that doesn't make it a less legitimate source of entertainment. Plus I've found that it does help me run better games, and I've not noticed any weird expectations with my players. But different strokes for different folks.
  14. It's 3-4 hours a week of hilarious, in-depth, sometimes emotional improv and storytelling. Granted, it's not a format that will work for everyone, but for me it's easily the funniest, most compelling thing I've ever watched, and is entirely responsible for getting me into D&D and, by extension, miniature painting! It's worth a try if you have the time and inclination. Matthew Mercer wrote a post following the announcement explaining (among other things) that this isn't just aimed at people already familiar with the show - it's a vibrant setting, with new spells, class options, monsters, plot hooks etc.
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