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Everything posted by cakira21

  1. nice work. came out really well with dark fur and the snowy base.
  2. I really like the mustard yellow with the green. reminds me of "the village"
  3. It wouldn't be me bringing up the law suit, I robbed the idea from youtube tutorials.... lol.
  4. Yeah, it seems every time I look at that barmaid, I come up with a new Inner thought she would be having. LIke "yeah, I see you in the corner of my eye over there... I may be smiling, but if you spill more of that ale and I have to mop it up, I'm gonna pour this hot soup in your lap and slap you in the face with this tray!" sorry, I gotta lot of pinned up aggression....lol
  5. Thank you, everyone. And yes I would also have to agree. This is one of my favorite halfling sculpts.
  6. for stringing the bow i used a half hitch knot and just looped the thread over the bow two or three times then did the same on the other side after wards i touched the knots with a very small amount of super glue to set them they have a few tutorials on you tube. binge watch a few of those and you'll be able to pull it off. the good thing is if you wind up with a little slack in the string you can bend the bow to tighten it up and make it look like you got it right the first time. I just wish i could get a good set of pictures without all the glare, they look so much better in person.
  7. thanks a lot., I did intend to do the assassin's creed theme on him. drago voss assassin... i figured, "hey, why not?" lol. I just did a repost of each of this so people can find them individually but the photos didn't come out as good as these. they are all kind of washed out. i need to see if I can reproduce the lighting. cause my cell phone camera isn't the best. lol
  8. Isabeau Laroche, Female Paladin. Reaper Item # 03364. The eye liner/eyes came out really well on this one even though you can't really see it in the photos. Heavy clear coat for table top.
  9. Drago Voss, Assassin. Reaper Item # 03647. Went with an assassin's creed them on this little guy. Used green stuff for the base. The white areas have shading with light gray colors however they washed out in the photo.
  10. Townsfolk II, beggar, strumpet, blacksmith. Reaper Item # 02584. I didn't get a chance to get to the beggar in this set. Sanded one base for the grass and used some green stuff to do the planks on the other.
  11. Thund Bloodwrack, Barbarian. Reaper Item # 03724. Cork and flocking on a hex base. Heavy clear coat for some table top action.
  12. Enora, Iconic Arcanist, Reaper Item # 60178. Cork and Flocked base, heavy clear coat for table top.
  13. Thanks, they look a lot better in person. They're not that shiny. My phone camera picked up a lot of the glare with all the lights I had to put on them to light them up.
  14. Graveknight Reaper Item # 60156, cork board base dusted with sand and some hotglue for lava. Heavy clear coat for the table top.
  15. Amiri, Iconic Female Human Barbarian, Reaper Item # 60003. She's been re-based. I'm not a fan of the square bases, so I switched it for a round one and added some cork and flocking. Now she better matches the rest of my set.
  16. Townsfolk I, barmaids and bartender. Reaper Item # 02583. Finished two of the three, have one barmaid still unpainted. made some plank bases with some green stuff and heavy clear coat for some table top use.
  17. Townsfolk IX, Town Guard. Reaper Item # 03165. Sanded the bases to look like gravel and added some flocking for grass. went with a blue scheme to make the look a little like the police. Heavy clear coated for some table top action.
  18. Mason Thornwarden, Ranger. Reaper Item # 03500. Same style as all my other pieces. cork board and flocking on the base and heavily clear coated for table top. Also added a string on the bow.
  19. The dragonman cometh... cork board and flocked base, and heavy clear coating for some table top gaming. Reaper Item # 03513.
  20. I've finally gotten around to taking some photos, so I figured I'd share. A little info on the minis first though. All the bases are made with broken up cork board that was picked up from our local hobby shop. Then dusted with some sand and painted, then flocked. These little guys were clear coated pretty heavily for table use. Sorry about the quality of the photos. It's the best I could achieve with a cell phone. They aren't nearly as glossy in person, and their skin is quite a bit more olive colored in person also. Anyways, here are the item numbers from reaper if anyone wants to hunt them down for themselves: 03400, Orc Spearman and Swordsman 03405, Black Orc Hero 03429, Black Orc Archer (X's 2) 03489, Black Orc Warriors
  21. I've seen him before, just took me a while to figure out where. I'm not sure if its "O.K." to post links to other miniature stores in the forum, so I won't here, but the Imp is from a set called "ME3b - Evil Magic-user II with Imp Familiar" by Otherworld Miniatures.... By the way, very nice job on the Imp.
  22. Thanks everyone. Sorry its been so long for the response. I've started a new job since then and now and and have been settling in, my table top stuff has been on the back burner for a little while. and yes the bases are made of two different grades of cork and dusted with different grades of sand and flocking. The lava is actually a large amount of superglue....with about 15 different layers of paint and primer. I do have to say that superglue does not take paint or primer very well. i've also gotten quite a few more painted since then. i'll have to post everything for you guys as soon as i can get around to it.
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