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  • Birthday 03/28/1983

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  1. Amazing to see what Dragons get roped into this challenge. Can't wait to see how he turns out.
  2. I bought 3 at ReaperCon, and I've had to superglue all my pins back into the skull, as they all have popped out during routine unclogging of dropper bottles. None "broke"; but the pin seems to of just slipped out of the skull. Was able to realign into skull and poured on the glue. Strange.
  3. Got mine early this week. Going to need to find the assembly instructions somewhere. Figuring out which arm goes where is all part of the fun, right?
  4. How'd you get your tracking? Email or thru KS? Maybe I just unlucky...
  5. Still waiting patiently by the mail slot for this. I thought it had come during Con, but it was more Steamforged Games Critical Role models. Haha
  6. I was a dummy. Glut the bust finished and then thought about more WiP pics. Either way she done and packed away for ReaperCon. A show off thread to come at Con.
  7. On the way to the airport after some coffee is found. See y'all soon.
  8. Guess who finally got some painting time in?!?!? Seriously, I dug my heels in this afternoon, cranked up the tunes and loaded the paintbrush up. I worked on the details of the bust's shirt, face, and the wear&tear on the jacket mostly. I tried to highlight and shade the black hair....I not sure I'll do black hair again, but I was able to get some subtle tonal variations into it. I used a bit of Reaper Marine Teal for the shirt collar, and Reaper Frost Blue & Vallejo Transparent Blue to highlight/shade the rest of the shirt. Later pictures will s
  9. An amazing webcomic if I may say so. Now I wanna try to find a bust that's work for Dabbler or Max...
  10. I'm kinda interested in possibly playing a game of Starfinder. I broke my TTRPG teeth on D&D 3.5 and Pathfinder. See the big differences of SCI-Fi vs Medevil fantasy Maybe I can find a pickup spot during the Con...
  11. I've been in the battle of bringing myself up and found my painting has suffered only because I think to myself "Nothing is as good as the guys on the Reaper Forums, or Facebook groups, why bother?" But I force myself into my chair sometimes and can often surprise myself with what I can produce. It is quite awesome what we can achieve and learn just by putting paint on a brush and a brush to a model. Yes things go through a ugly phase, I know I did. I called it High School!
  12. So the last two posts were my work from the last couple days. Tonight was a good night behind the brush. Blocked in lots more colors after deciding on which color pallet to use to compliment the skin!! I figured I'd take her the way of the "Black Irish". Super pale skin, stark black hair. I used the Vallejo German Grey. It's a great DARK grey almost black. That way I can add shadows of true black later on. I'm hoping to bring a little blue/grey to it to give it a reflective look once I start adding highlights and shadows, but for now I was all about blockin
  13. My next session working on Mrs. Jones came with skin tones. I started with the Fair skin triad....only to find out I'm missing the Fair Highlight!! Luckily for me, Stark Naked was a good fill in. The thinned fair skin was a beast to apply. It was/is really translucent, but it's going well. I started a little Fair Shadow along the Stage Left side of her face, under the chin, under the Stage Right eye, and in the cleavage. Followed by a little Stark Naked along the forehead, cheeks, nose, the high points of the fingers, and the mid-bust of the bust. Getting up
  14. Hey gang, I'm taking a dive into Bust painting, starting with a bust I scored from The Ouroboros Miniatures' Exquis Kickstarter: Adriana. I'm calling her Mrs. Jones just due to her striking resemblance to Jessica Jones from Marvel Comics; but I digress. Firstly it was mold line and flash removal followed by a bath. I figured I would make this a project of several firsts. I attempted a Z-Priming via rattle cans. Yes, I know an airbrush is so much smoother, but I haven't the equipment or space for that yet.....yet. I used the Citadel Chaos Black and the new
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