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Sir Conlan, Alistrilee, & Sajan, Iconic Monk
Vacaroja posted a topic in Show Off: PaintingI wanted to do a couple things with these guys. First, I wanted to see what I could accomplish in under 3 hours of work on a single mini. This included the prep, prime, and painting of each (though I didn't prime Sajan). And second, just play around with more Bones figures because, except for the bigger models, I admit to not being the biggest fan mostly due to the fuzzy details and cleaning the mold lines can be a pain on them. But I want to get to know them better because they're not going anywhere! And I have a lot of them now too. Here's what I got out of it - One, since I had a time constraint, I didn't obsess over getting every mold line smoothed out and I didn't do any green stuff patching and I just had to get over it, haha. Two, the sculpt really matters. Sir Conlan was easier compared to the other two. Three, I had to constantly remind myself not to hyper focus on little details as is my habit. An example would be faces. I spent about a half hour just on Alistrilee's face. (And these pictures don't do her justice, it looks way better in person, I think.)But that's part of the reason I wanted to try this - to see where I spend too much time and improve technique and habit along the way. And four, I know things could go faster if I gave in to more drybrushing, but certain things never look quite complete to me when I do that. Going to go back to hyper focusing on some of my other projects for now. But I'll definitely do this more often. Maybe a couple every other week or something like that.
AutumnHare posted a topic in Show Off: PaintingI finally finished all the Pathfinder Iconics. (Until Bones 4 arrives.) Some of them turned out great, and for some, the best I can say is that they arent much worse than a pre-paint would be. Either way, these guys will be called into service whenever a generic NPC is required. 89038 Oloch, Warpriest 89037 Quinn, Investigator 89036 Reiko, Ninja 89017 Imrijka, Inquisitor 89018 Sajan, Monk 89019 Nakayama Hayato, Samurai 89020 Harsk, Ranger and 77216 Biter, Badger 89022 Alahazra, Oracle 89023 Balazar, Summoner 89025 Alain, Cavalier 89027 Lini, Druid and Droogami, 77216 Snow Leopard 89034 Crowe, Bloodrager And lastly a group shot of all the Iconics, including the ones from Bones 1:
Legend tells of a legendary warrior...
Inarah posted a topic in Show Off: Painting
Siri's Bones Mass-Paint #11 NPCs and Goodly PCs
Sirithiliel posted a topic in Show Off: Painting77384: Arathanel, Elf Ranger 89018: Sajan, Iconic Monk 77355: Count Lorenth 77364: Angel of SHadows 77397: Logrim Battlefury, Dwarf Paladin 77264: Female Centaur 77200: Sir Conlan 77205: Alistrilee 77220: Henryk, Dwarf Cleric 77199: Thund Bloodwrack, Barbarian 77084: Townsfolk: Innkeeper 77148: Mangu Timur 77074: Dain Deepaxe 77142: Townsfolk: Blacksmith 89011: Seelah, Iconic Paladin 77153: Snakeman warrior (arm replaced) 77216: Panther and wolf animal companions
As the title says, I just started painting miniatures during spring break, having no prior artistic background. I'd read a few tutorials, bought some minis from my FLGS, some brushes and paints from the local corporate megamart, and got to work quickly. I didn't want to make a massive investment going into a new hobby, so I used cheap Apple Barrel paints and bargain brushes, which I understand is A BadÂ©. Anyways, without further ado, here is 5 weeks worth of progress! Pictures under links since the post maker doesn't like me. 77022: Human Ranger, Michelle Front Back 77282: Vampire Front Back 77309: Crystal Golem Front Back 89018: Sajan, Iconic Monk Front Back 03461: Goldar the Barbarian Front Back 77203: Barnabas, Human Warrior Front Back 77205: Alistrilee Front Back 03715: Erick, Paladin Initiate Front Back 77024: Rogan, Half Orc Rogue Front Back 03734: Andriessa, Female Wizard Front Back 77222: Aaron the Conjuror Front Back 77122: Tierdeleira, Dark Elf Cleric Front Back 89021: Mystic Theurge Front Back These were a lot of fun to paint, and aren't supposed to be anywhere near even tabletop quality. C&C welcome!