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Thrym

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Thrym last won the day on October 14 2013

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About Thrym

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    Director, Department of Acquisitions
  • Birthday 03/21/1969

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    http://thrymstable.com/
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    Waterloo, NY
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    Making display bases, painting miniatures, helping the miniatures community, advising ub3r_n3rd on his projects ... so on. If you want my advice, drop my name (I'll eventually find it), PM me, or hit me up on Facebook, Google or Skype.

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  1. Nearing completion. Doing some clean up and have to do the horns, hooves, necklaces beads and hand bands. The base is pretty much all set. Just need to paint the very bottom Reaper Solid Black as well. Stay tuned and Enjoy!
  2. The images I post are cropped and slightly auto color corrected so the white might be blown out a bit. I usually shoot something with white in the background but away from the mini so I can crop it out. Vallejo Stencil is barely off-white. I use it as my white frequently to avoid pure whites. Things are seldom pure white. Highlights on items hit pure white on my stuff and it makes things pop more when I do use it. Latest... Also, they weren't staying white. They are now a green glow color and the skull is a red glow color with a white "mask". Still have to do the same thing on the belt though I might use a different color base than Spruce Green. Green glow is Reaper Dungeon Slime and Red glow is Reaper Red Neon Glow. Base was painted Reaper Carbon Grey and Reaper Dungeon Grey by applying water to the whole surface and then adding the colors to the water and mixing it a bit. Creates a nice natural sediment look. Stay tuned and Enjoy!
  3. Painted the bracers and the loincloth. The green is Reaper Spruce. White is Vallejo Stencil.
  4. Well, after a short break and an actual break, I've completed his skin mid-tone and applied Vallejo Stencil to his bracer to see where the filigree is and use it to brighten the work. I also applied the same white to his teeth and eyes. I said break because he is resin and he hit the ground. Broke his right arm at the elbow. He also dislocated his right horn and snapped it in half. Repairs involved creating a brown-aluminum putty socket to pin his arm back on, super glue, pinning the horn pieces together and into his head, sanding and Squadron white putty to fill spaces. He's nearly good as new and ready for more. Stay tuned and enjoy!
  5. Going for a ride. Better view of the skull.
  6. Added the skull at the end on the loop. Shadow coated the fur. He'll be sort of a red-furred minotaur with a black mane and tufts when I am done.
  7. Here he is with Armory Spray Primer applied. I filled some gaps with P3 Brown/Aluminum Putty and then spread the wires out behind his hands and filled in the space with some more putty. They look more like straps now. I still have to add a skull to the end on the necklace.
  8. Here's what it looks like glued in place. I drilled a hole under his chin front and back but not all the way through. So there are two pieces of wire. The big piece in front and a small piece on the other side of his neck.
  9. Quick update. Added Glass Seed Beads to the upper part of the necklace. They'll get set in place when I prime it.
  10. Once again my buddy with the minotaur character fixation asked me to find a minotaur for him that I can convert into a monk. Given that most are armed and armored ... I understood his dilemma. Thrym's Table presents: Spellcrow Minotaur as Minotaur Monk Original marketing image; copyright Spellcrow Miniatures. The first things that had to go were the axes. The hands were attached to axes on a separate sprue and made it easy to remove them. Next I drilled out the old handle and cleaned up the pins to the wrists. Fairly easy so far. I did it during game night while playing Talisman. I was the Sprite. Next I pared back the horns to create a pin and to create a better profile. The stock horns seemed a bit out of proportion to him. When I got home my original plan was to place pieces of mini cable ties to create a Karnak look for his fists. The cable tie I started with worked to a point but wouldn't lay flat enough to his hand. So time for idea #2, wire. As you can see, Karnak has bands around his hands. That worked well. That gave me the idea for a necklace or medallion swinging away from him. Here he is... Enjoy and stay tuned.
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    The Dragon Eye - Wood Display Base

    I sold this on Etsy to a lucky person in Wilkinson, Indiana. Yay!
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    Queen of the Damned: Velrath’s Vampires

    The miniatures all look amazing and I seem to have begun collecting Jason sculpted miniatures from all over and without knowing it. They are funded this time around as of today. 21 days left and a lot of cool stretch goals. Check them out.
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    Happy Birthday Thrym

    Thank you for the Birthday Wishes. Monetary donations can be made to ... j/k. Everything is fine at the moment though I haven't been very productive for miniatures or anything really creative of late. I hope everyone enjoys Spring now that it's officially here regardless of the actual weather. I will let you know what goodies I garner from tonight's festivities when I have a chance.
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