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  1. I love me a good dwarf, and this was a good one. He's a metal figure from Avatars of War. Debated for a good while if his hair should be something other than red, but there it is. RED!
  2. Converted this one by using an avatars of war pit fighter body and added some greenskins bits (sword, head, etc) and greenstuff. Painted him to be used as an orc boss in my orc warband. Hope you like him!
  3. Just finished the wizard for my upcoming mordheim/frostgrave orc warband! Hope you like him
  4. This one was super fun to paint This is the first time I tried to do glowing effect on a mini, I think it could have been better but I like how it turned out! Comments and criticism are welcome
  5. This mini was super challenging for me, but also very fun to paint! :D
  6. Starting a new figure, from AoW this time. Currently worked on the skin parts...and I could not skip the eye on this one haha Just for reference and info , I put the color used for this part ...( at least that will be a reminder for me what I used haha ). Skin : Mix of Vallejo model color olive green and lime green and Reaper Heather Blue. Nails and Teeth, Gum : Vallejo model color purple, Reaper Desert Sand and Bleached Linen Also a pass of Army Painter Dark Tone Wash to renforce a bit shadow.
  7. Finally , closing that project..was fun and learn quite a bit doing it.
  8. Finished this guy , so I can get him on the vignette with his Orc friend now... Not so happy with how end up the skin..need to work and practice more on having smooth layer for that kind of stuff :( Wip thread link, since there was one : And here the guy.. Now time to finish that scenery !
  9. New wip ..while I am working on that base for the orc shaman and this guy ..I started him of course :) Started to work on the skin, kind of sketchy stage for now , the sculpt is nice so better not messup that xd. I experimented with purple ink underneath before applying my color, and not waiting for the ink to completely dry so it kind of mix with the paint. I put in the picture my choice of color for that part , well for now.
  10. Posting this guy here since it's finished. No fancy base for him since it will go on the vignette , so I will certainly once put in there add couple stuff on that tiny base but for now I just make it so it mostly match the rest of the vignette ground ( see orc wip ) Wip link : and the final pic ( played a bit to have other than white background xD )
  11. Finally got this guy done. I did the base some time ago, for a competition with water bases with no mini (I didn't win anything). Any comment and critic is very welcome. Thanks for looking.
  12. This was actually the first new mini I bought after I regained my interest for miniatures a few years ago. I remember being a bit miffed by the metal mini not having the same level as detail as the green they used for advertising. After prepping it, the mini disappeared in some box or other for a while. I found it a few weeks ago, and had to repair the scythe top as the blade had ripped up the top of the staff. Some wire and green stuff later, it was servicable again. Still, it is a great mini, with a coat made of strange leathers... and the Necronomicon riding on his hip... Which means he must have remembered to say the words correctly befire picking it up! Necromancer made by Avatars of War Metal 30mm base
  13. Once again I have veered off into another project rather than finish the myriad already on my WIP shelf.... this one is an Avatars of War barbarian with a new axe head from Reaper and the lion helm added to make him Conan as King of Aquilonia! The lion helm was done by filing down his hair and head to fit inside a Fenryll piece and then sculpting the mane on.
  14. Back with my second mini! This guy is the dwarf berserker lord / slayer from the Avatars of War line. It was only after I'd primed him that I realized what poor quality the casting seemed compared to my previous mini, I filled in where I could with GS, but unfortunately nearly half of his face was missing... But rather than try and sculpt him a new left eye and cheek, I took the lazy way out and made it a feature. I tried a lot of new things on this mini, blood, snow, aged bronze/brass, and was my first time painting so much skin and hair. I'm not totally happy with how he came out, overall he seems too brown, and the wash I applied to his skin made the recesses between the muscles a bit too blocky, but maybe I'm just picking faults after spending too many of my evenings for the past week with him. Good enough for the table at least. Funnily my favorite part of the whole model now he's done is how the ork's head he's standing on came out. As always advice is welcomed, as I'm still new at this.
  15. Newest figure finished I'm quite a fan of Wood Elves and the like, and couldn't resist this figure. Initially I actually bought Lorielle to convert her into a centaur, but when I saw the figure in person, I couldn't bring myself to do it ^^; So anyway, here she is Also, bonus photo of my other Wood Elf and her horse (my pathfinder character) which is an Avatars Of War Jade Guard, and I think the horse is from Wargames Factory, but I'm not 100% on that Also, for basing, I haven't done it yet, but I'll be doing her, and all my other woodlandy models, using a mix of sand, grass and leaves, as modeled by Boromir here
  16. So this is the second avatars mini that I have bought, the first, a female drow assassin was a reallllly bad sculpt, didn't paint her and almost didn't buy this guy but he redeemed my view of the mini line. He is a little dark in the pics but I love the pose. Please c&C;)
  17. A rather quick attempt to paint a dwarf from the Avatars of War range. Quite pleased with the outcome, especially that it took 2nd place in a contest held at the WAMP forum. The dwarf is on a plastic base not integrated with the display base, so he can be used for gaming if somebody has the wish to do so
  18. Well here is my entry for the Wamp forum Avatars of War contest. I am reasonably happy with the result. There are some truely amazing entries over there so if you haven't yet, go and check it out. Still playing with doing different things with mettalics. Trying to give them some color in the darkest recesses. My camera skills still suck, but I'm working on it. LoL. One other note, I am also working on trying to do actual color schemes using the colorwheel. I think it went pretty well. I think the pink flower on the back of the totem is one of my favorite parts.
  19. I started this major "detail conversion" of one of the Avatars of War Dwarf Berserker figures. . You can see in this first photo, I have positioned the arms in a draw back-over the head position like he's bellowing in rage and at the same time leaned him back, which stretches the torso and exposes more belly. The left arm has already been filled in and sculpted with G.S.. . In this one the right arm is now sculpted. . Now the belly has been sculpted. . Here I had to cut the beard in the center and lay it down. Due to the head being tilted back, the beard would have stuck strait out defying gravity. I'll have to re-sculpt the extended area where it was split. . At this stage the beard has been sculpted and a extra strand of Mohawk has been added to the front for additional detail. At this point the G.S. is still soft and I can still play a bit with the hair strands. . Here I'm working on the base insert. It will be a small rock out cropping covered in snow. Still playing with it and this may not be the final sculpt. More to come. .
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