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  1. Finished my first mini this year, and oddly enough it was a speedpaint, taking just over an hour... On the flipside, some of those colours work together really, REALLY well, like Sunrise Orange and Heart Throb Paint.
  2. I painted this one as part of a duo with @Maledrakh for this month's RCL. Not my finest work, lot of frustration with it; most of the shading you see is being done by my lighting setup, which really needs refined. And the highlights look in the wrong spot in places. Eh, I myself am a constant work in progress. Still, it's one more mini done for this year, which puts me way ahead of what I finished last year. And the color scheme resemblance to Goku from DBZ is purely coincidental. Thanks for looking.
  3. Finished but not 100% satisfied maybe about 90%. The sculpt's look is fine but following the instructions the shadows came out too dark and the highlights barely noticeable the actual light over my table is doing more to highlight. Don't think this guy is the best to learn on due to the staff really blocking areas and making them hard to paint. If the staff was sculpted separate and you then glued it on I think it would be better. However for table top quality I this is fine and as always i learned some stuff. I have another Anirion that I'll try again on at a later date.
  4. Painted (mostly) by-the-numbers, Anirion: This was a departure from my normal style of painting, and I made a number of mistakes, but wanted to stick to the instructions and see how it all turned out. All things considered, I think it looks decent. I didn’t worry about trying to correct the bend in the staff or any mold lines. And I added a third highlight layer (more yellow) to the robes, to make them pop just a bit more. The camera washed these out, it seems. The little details probably deserved more attention, but the focus here was clearly on
  5. This was my favorite project of 2017 due to how much I pushed my abilities in creating it. It was my first major conversion of this sort, first time doing texture, first major use of OSL, and first Sci Fi base built fully from scratch. So lots of firsts with this one. Those of you who followed my WIP thread know what I went through with this one; the OSL dilemma, redoing the base, and sculpting new hands at the last minute. In all I am proud that I stepped out of my comfort zone and I cannot give enough thanks to those who posted in the WIP thread, your encouragement gave me the push that I n
  6. Been working steadily on Anirion from the Layer up! LTPK over the past few days, and I can say with certainty I like how the two learn to paint kits approach things very differently. I'm also rather liking how things come out with layering techniques... Can't think of much else to add here for text other than I really REALLY need to get a proper lighting setup going to take pictures with >.>;;;;;;
  7. Alright, ReaperCon is just around the corner and I really need to get cracking on my entires. I already have a thread up for my planned Painter's entries and I will be doing separate ones for my Open and Diorama entries. So first off here is my Open entry, the Bones version of Anirion: Oh, wait that's not right ... Much better This conversion came to be due to one of the critiques I received last year and that was to up the difficulty of my conversions. So first thing I did was scan Reaper's site and pi
  8. My Reaper Learn to Paint kit just finally arrived after one set getting lost in the mail and the other taking its time. Last night I decided to end a stressful day by painting. Very pleased with how Anirion came out, would still like to refine my photo taking. The light tent I threw together is helping, but the natural highlights and shadows are still obscuring some detail. I think part of my problem is that I need to reconfigure the backdrop so that I can place the mini deeper into the tent.
  9. I bought the Learn to Paint Kit 2 some months back and I finally got to paint the 3 minis. I learned a lot from the techniques in the kit and overall I am happy with the results. Group Shot Anirion Ingrid Hajad C&C welcome!
  10. Hello there all, New member first post.....thought I would share some cultists I recently completed.
  11. I don't have a whole lot of pictures of the WiP for this guy, as I was working on him to the side while working on Ingrid and Hajad. Finishing him up at not my normal workstation. This is my current setup. And the "elf" himself, looking remarkably like a certain red wizard of Krynn... I went darker than the LTPK's instructions, and nowhere near as smooth... And this is also a terrible picture. I really need to invest in a better photo setup.
  12. After a recent attempt at a one-shot with premade characters, I realized I didn't have any painted Elf Wizards. Such an iconic combo to not have! So I fixed that:
  13. This is the Anirion that I painted up as a quick (for me) tabletop mini for my husband's character for tomorrow's game. He has been using a stand in character while I got my rear in gear and was finally motivated to paint out the mini he chose. His character is for Earthdawn and is a Nethermancer who also has the mundane every day job as a private detective. So he doesn't want to be too flashy! I had considered making the top part of cloak and hood with the herringbone pattern like Sherlock Holmes but decided against it as I liked it and didn't want to ruin it with inadequate freehand atte
  14. I'll take a page out of hammer570's book and post a little introduction thread here and show off a few of my preliminary efforts. The very first mini I ever painted was about a year ago, at the very first PAX South. Reaper was there, and I had so much fun I kept going back. I had been wanting to paint a mini ever since Reaper started going to the various PAX shows and had some friends who did it, but it never really seemed to work out with so much else to see and do at PAX. On the last two days of PAX South 2015, I felt like I finally had some time to try it out and pretty much got hooked righ
  15. While playing C&C last night I started working on Anirion. Originally I was thinking of painting him up like a Rastlin clone, but I'm tired of painting reds... So I decided to harken back to my default Halloween colors, this time going for a green robe, trimmed in purple, and probably an orange gem on the staff. Getting started with a bit of cider. Peacock Green as the base coat, just slapping it on. Switching to an amber lager. And now with some brown and purple. Still very sloppy, but since it's only base colors, there's a lot of time to clean him up. Trying to de
  16. When the King's Inquisitors arrive shutters are latched, children kept indoors, and marketplace chatter silenced. Answering to no one but the King himself they wear the royal color, purple, as a symbol of their authority. Their robes are white, signifying Truth, and grey, sybolizing impartiality. Hoods cover their faces so that they may hear, but not be lead astray by appearances. The leader of this band carries the Book of Law and the Hammer of Justice. He will use either as needed. These are based for tabletop play. Not that they'll ever see it.
  17. Here is my mort recent completed Bones model 77068 Anirion Wood Elf Wizard. I kept the paint scheme nice and simple. As always comments welcome.
  18. To break up painting just CAV models I have decided to do a few of my original Bones 1 models. First up is Anirion Wood Elf Wizard. I have just given him a first coat of light blue and painted a base coat on his skin. I need to remove the excess sand from the bottom of his gown. I have yet to decide what colour to paint the edging of his clothing. I am opting for a wiser old elf with grey to white hair. As always comments welcome.
  19. I packed up all my mini painting gear and took it with me to my sister's for the holidays. My Christmas gift to my niece and her three friends was for each of them to pick a mini out of my box of Bones and pick out something they'd like me to paint. Boy that sounds like something a BBEG would say, "Come here, children! Reach into my Box of Bones and draw forth a miniature monster!" They also picked the colors. So they decided they wanted a doggie, a unicorn, a wizard, and an Eye Beast. One of these things is not like the other. There's probably a future as an evil overlord for that
  20. So here are four Bones minis my D&D group picked out for PCs. I have to say I agree that the soft details make Bones less than ideal for PCs and important NPCs. Good for mooks and big monsters, though. Anyways, here they are. I need to get some Testors Dullcoat; my current matte spray is too shiney on Bones. Too bad this figure was discontinued; maybe we'll see it in metal. The details were quite soft on this figure, but it came out OK. I started out painting the cloth on this dwarf in blue, but then saw that was what every version in the gallery had. So purple
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