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  1. Just got my figures and the casts are gorgeous! Can't wait to get started on one of these.
  2. I am 22 sessions in (playing solo) and the gameplay is great. Customizing your characters with both skills and items is really fun and it has a narrative campaign whose writing is, as the kids say, "Anime AF". Standard fare if you are into old-school JRPGs. The quality of the miniatures is so-so (Panda Manufacturing is getting better, but still). Overall, I will be backing the second go round.
  3. Thank you so much! Just some Alien Goo glazing with Maggot White line down the middle :D
  4. What if you moved the warmth into the highlights near the tip of her nose, and then used a cooler shadow color for the bridge near her brow? You could put warmer shadows near her nostrils to punch up the contrast.
  5. I'm going to go ahead and call Malice done (since he is for tabletop instead of display). There is still some smoothing I could do (especially on his legs) and I could punch up the green a bit, but he looks pretty cool from a foot away. Sorry for the bad lighting, forgot to take the picture before putting away my light.
  6. I really, really like that green-blue and pale purple combination. In one of the earlier pictures, her eyes looked like she was looking off to her left - I think that really worked for the sculpt. For the shoes, I think some sort of medium brown. Gold is always cool for jewelry and works well with teal.
  7. I agree with @Cyradis. Her eyes look great - the liner is nice and subtle as is. Her nose is almost there; however, I wonder if there is too much warmth in the shadow area at the top of the bridge.
  8. Finished Malice's skirt/loincloth thing and also glazed the green bits with some Retro Emerald. Last bits to finish is brush work to punch up the NMM on his body. Paints Used I also primed Love. Reference Image
  9. exactly like the back of the sword. On the axe head, the white towards the curved bottom part of the large face of the blade.
  10. Neck and face done (minus the eye glow). Green bits are mostly done; however, after a day of drying, it is a bit duller than I was desiring. I may put a glaze of a brighter green over the green bits.
  11. Great job on the NMM - you've got the smooth-ness down. Next time, maybe see what happens when you flip the highlights and shadows on the flat parts of the blades (i.e. white pooling at the bottom and black at the top). I also really like your subtle wood grain on the axe. And his hair.
  12. Show off thread is up! Thank you all for your help and encouragement.
  13. I finished one of my favorite figures from the original Bones Kickstarter: Trista, the White Wolf. Patrick Keith is one of my favorite sculptors and he did a great job with her - especially with her realistic proportions and armor. I wasn't digging the original sword, so I swapped it out using the weapon sprue from Bones 3. I bunch of thanks to all of the forum members who gave great encouragement and suggestions in my WIP thread.
  14. It also gives the wood a ghostly look, which really meshes well with the piece.
  15. Got the copper work and the NMM-ish-not-sure-what-metal-it-actually-would-be bits (the cube-pelvis thing, the shoulder pads, and neck piece) done. I will probably tackle the green bits next, but not totally sure.
  16. Those ghosts are really cool looking. I think the translucent bones figures will work great - can't wait to see your progress once Bones 4 comes in.
  17. Finished with Harmony. Just need to varnish and remove the masking from her base (I decided to keep the bases free of paint for easy identification on the board.
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