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  1. Every Dungeon and town square needs statues. And some of us don't have all day (or a deep enough silverware drawer) to spend on each one. I don't have a use for a lady carting around several hundredweight of Draconic Head Cheese, but the sculpt's just too nifty to leave in the box of shame. So, a commemorative statue of Lady Janan of Elmoria it is. 77039: Janan, Female Dragon Slayer by Julie Guthrie Just so we all know where we're starting. Start with a Dark brown basecoat. This one's raw umber, but Reaper's beloved brown liner will work a tre
  2. So my nieces are in town visiting from the east coast. The little one (6) loves painting anything, she was painting clothes pins while I was there the other day. The older one (10) loves art in general. So I thought it'd be a great thing to introduce them to minis painting. So with a little guidance they painted their first minis yesterday. 6 year old painted these: The 10 year old did these: I was really impressed by both of the girls. I left a bunch of craft paint, brushes, and some minis there so maybe they'll have done more last night. I'll f
  3. So I saw Janan and saw this in my head. I bought the piece and modded it to fit as you can see here. I have conferred with Ub3r about it a bit and I still can not find what I'm looking for. Attitude: Contemplation after a long battle and/or about to step into the final battle. She is tired but not worn out. She is resolute to see this to the end but deep down wishes it would have never come to pass. Artistic Direction: In the last two photo's you will see some lighting coming from the right side of the image (One closer than the other). The idea is to to have OSL in the photo. The sha
  4. Yes, it's a little late, but here is the group paint figure from my box in round 2 of the Box of Goodwill. In no particular order; these are the talented folks who worked on her: Mad Jack Flamehawke David Brawley Thes Hunter RGTriplec Kay13 KangarooRex Jasper the 2nd Thankfully, all they left me to do was try and not wreck all of the good work that they did. Oh, and the dragon's EYE. Which is why it took me so long to get it finished. I also added some grass to the base. Great job, everyone!
  5. So I bought minis for characters I have in a written rp that has literally zero use for minis. I bought them though, simply because I like to have little representations of my characters. This is one of said characters, and her name is Shana Holt. She is hopelessly in love with a guard captain, who belongs to Rob, called Simone, and she aspires to be noticed by her, to the point of a little bit odd. Janan, of course, is stood on a dragon head, but Shana is no dragon slayer, she's just a city guard - so Drifter helped me out by trimming the dragon head away from her foot, and then
  6. How To Get Ahead In Dragon Slaying I love this lady dragon slayer's proud stance & cold hard stare, not one to pick a fight with I think! Apologies for the apparent shininess on the figure, I always give my minis a light Vallejo matt varnish coat which looks fine in reality but sometimes a bit dodgy in photos. Comments & opinions are always welcome.
  7. Starting with the last, and my first NNM sky and earth NNM. I know the shield line is the wrong angle, I should have gone way more horizontal, but I wanted pictures of how good it looks now. She may o on the shelf of shame, for all her beauty. I'd love some feed back on her BTW ... Second to last. this guy was a lot of fun, but not sure about the chest armor. Others - some better some worse: Ill update with group shots either all the bones, or possibly all the figures I finished this year (80ish?)
  8. Okay! So I thought that ordering 7 Bones would hold me off for awhile since I've just gotten started, right? Oh, but I was wrong. So very wrong. I started painting on Tuesday. They were all done Wednesday night. Now, I have still got a looooong way to go. No doubt about it. I'm going to try a different method of priming for my next batch, but I really enjoyed working with the color on these guys. Critiques are welcome and appreciated! As well as a Snake Demon (caution. Nudity.)
  9. I painted Janan for the 2014 Summer Miniature Exchange. She's now safely in the hands of Quintangible. This was my first time trying to do eyes with color and reflections. The white leather was also an experiment. I definitely need to improve my highlighting.
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