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Found 7 results

  1. Howdy, Here she comes... Kev!
  2. It has been a year since I have put brush to miniature, and while I was going to wait until I got some more kit (pin vices, scalpels, more paints, etc.) I had enough skin tones to start a small part of Vanja tonight. And I had the urge, the urge to paint dammit! She still has mold lines but didn't have any on her face so I felt okay starting to paint that first.
  3. Vanja was supposed to be a quick tabletop mini to relax with after I finished up my exchange piece. As sometimes happens when painting Bones, she turned into an experiment along the way. Some parts were in fact done in a quick tabletop manner, namely the metals and gems, but for the rest of her: Since she's a fire giant I decided to try and use the Scalecolor Indian Shadow to make her skin inhumanly red. In order to make her skin believable though, I followed Jen Haley's advice to highlight to a normal human color. In doing so I think I turned it into a quite human dark skintone. Ah well
  4. So I am embarrassed to say that my daughter has painted more minis than I have but the work she does has been pretty awesome and I hope she continues to enjoy this hobby. She turned 5 at the end of last month. Showing in the order she completed them. Vanja, Fire Giant Queen - This one I got for her around July when we took a trip to Reaper and I had her pick a mini out. She finally got to paint it around November. I helped only with the skin. She was tired of painting by the time she got to only the skin and so I slapped the color she wanted on there. Fire Dragon - This mini w
  5. 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.)
  6. Just my WIP photos from start to finish! I have a bit of an unorthodox technique thus far and I'm still experimenting. :P Critiques are welcome, as always! Vanja Crossbow Dwarf (Rescued) Beastman of Chaos (Rescued) Nagendra Stalker
  7. Alright, guys! I went out on a whim last Wednesday and decided to buy a mini to destress myself before Horror Hound Weekend. I've never painted a mini in my life, though I do paint (most of my work is 2D.) I had a bunch of acrylics on hand and have decided to go the cheap route and just use what I have already. The only colors used were the basic red, blue, yellow, black, and white for Amsterdam acrylics (and some gold craft paint I had lying around) and mixed from there to get what I need. Critique is more than appreciated, as I am a lowly n00b at the hobby.
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