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  1. So working on a few dwarves right now and this first one is finished, two more to go. These are some old nineties Bob Olley dwarves from the Fantasy Armies series. They're quite a bit smaller than the Reaper Olley dwarves. Anyway, hope you enjoy!
  2. I still say this guy's oversized for a goblin. I compared him to Reaper's human figures. He comes in at just one head lower than most of them, which, given his stance, would make him a little taller than the average human if he stood up straight. Goblin indeed, sir! Anyway, the WIP thread is here. I have some forgecraft steampunk bases, so I decided that would fit him a little better than building fantasy-style terrain. This is a space goblin, after all. Putting him on there would have been a lot easier if I'd thought about putting him on the base before painting him. Using the
  3. Another from the Great Lot of Mystery I bought from a buddy a while back. The mini looks goblinoid, but it's about human-height for 25mm scale, so I assume it's an orc. Confusing the issue further, the clothes actually look a bit more modern/futuristic than medieval. I only know that it says Olley 1990 on the bottom. Maybe one of you has a better ID? The paint job thus far took about three hours at the office, in case any of you were wondering where your tax dollars go. Skin is a mix of leaf green and tanned, which I think worked fairly well. I used some GW camoshade to
  4. Nothing like an ogre to liven up the day. This is Garnuk, sculpted by Bob Olley. I enjoyed working with this mini, and trying out working with thinner paints than I usually use. Comments and critiques greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  5. After a few years of lurking in the corners, admiring everyone else's work, I decided to take the leap and share my own. I was looking for a model with plenty of skin and muscle to practice with, so I pulled Garnuk out of the pile of minis and got started. After about one hour of prep (oh, those mold lines) and about two and a half hours of work (yeah, I'm a slow painter), his skin is base coated and I started in on the shadows on his torso, arms, and legs. I decided to go with a yellowish skin color, so I am using the Reaper tanned skin triad along with Tanned Leather and Amber Gold
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