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  1. Hello All, Here is a Bones plastic 77736 "Ankoa, Barbarian Hero" I completed last January. Thank you for looking.
  2. Another zen of Bones…i.e. not a lot of effort and didn’t remove all the mold lines, but it is good enough to play with. The colors are a tad washed out using the Reaper portable light box. I thinkI am going to spray paint the inside black to quit messing with the exposure on my iPad. Anyways, here he is. C&C welcome. Cheers-Mike
  3. Hello Forum Family, showing you my last fatigue (it really was indeed :P ): Torlan; it was a nightmare of mold lines! Apparently every single scale got his mold line :) in the end I still missed some :( Also had some problem with the water effect, I used silicon to make it and as you can see it cured with bubbles, but hey! it's not bad, it looks like putrid waters... About the color scheme I changed it so many times I lost the count, but I finally decide to keep it in the green zone; it is somewhere monochrome, but I like it. Not top notch but he have personality. Every C&C is more than welcome, hope you like him. Hi-Res Pics
  4. Hello forum Family, this is my entry to the 16th quarterly Reaper Facebook Contest. I realized I still had to paint it just 3 days before the entry deadline, so I chose to "speed-paint" it trying the grisaille technique, using then some inks to filter it and finally adding some hi-light. It worked well for everything but the NMM armor, that was painted in the usual way. In the end was not a speed paint at all, it took me 30 more hours of work, and the result wasn't even so great... Anyway I've learned a lot (I hope) on contrast and tones and shades, just using black, grey and white was a trial About the palette I was not brave enough to try some punching color, I opted for red and green cause they are translucent :P Let me know what you think about it. Hi-res 01 Hi-res 02
  5. I created this one off adventure module as a way to introduce a friend of mine to Tabletop RPGs, since she had never played. The map and the resultant adventure turned out better than I had expected. So, I decided to write a back story. The miniatures used for the encounters and NPCs were exclusively Bones miniatures present in the Vampire Box of KS1. I will share the adventure here in several installments starting with the Background, Summary, Notable NPCs, and Map. It was written for my homebrew world of Renascentia, but it can easily be run world independent or modified for any other world. It was designed for a single player with a supporting NPC for Second Edition AD&D. If you want to run it with more players, or in a newer system you will probably want to add more monsters/encounters or scale their power levels to make it more challenging. Additionally I added a hook to the finale so that if you wish it can become the start of a much larger adventure or campaign. I hope that some of you might find it useful, in part or in whole, or at least enjoyable to read. You may freely make use of all the materials provided here for non-commercial use. Please feel free to share it. At the end of the adventure I will provide a synopsis of all miniatures used, and download links for all the NPC sheets and map. Thanks for reading. Cheers. Legal fun things: Advanced Dungeons and Dragons 2nd Edition Player's Handbook Copyright 1989 is the Intellectual Property of TSR and any parent companies. Advanced Dungeons and Dragons 2nd Edition is the intellectual property of TSR and any parent companies.
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