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  1. You know how I'm always asking for a deserty barbariany roguey elf wielding a spiked chain? This is what happens when you don't give it to me, sculptors and companies. I ruin your sculpts. In this case, Bobby Jackson's Irith, Deathseeker Hero. ~10 years ago, I created a character concept, a barbarian rogue assassin from a desert moon. Probably not that great an idea; whatever. I loved it. Didn't wind up getting to play him, but the name became my main Internet handle for a long time, and I always kept the concept in mind. This past winter I joined a game, decided he'd be a perfect
  2. The summer of slapping paint marches on with the ever-helpful Sir Forscale, Knight of Weights and Measures. Well, measures, anyway. The overarching goal of these projects is to keep painting /something/ while time is short for hobbies in the summer. With this project, I also wanted to revisit painting white and try a few TMM tricks (TMM is difficult to photograph well, sorry!). As with the zombicide stuff, I'm not doing anything beyond painting the integral base. I'll get back to basing once I start some 'real' painting...soon! Hope you enjoy this iconic Reaper mini. He was a b
  3. The townsfolk are a nice break from monsters and warriors. The bones versions are also really nice for working out color combinations and just plain experimenting. I used the beckoning lady to practice painting red and its complement, green. She is painted for the tabletop, so I did not spend too much time messing with blends, etc. (I really need to get my good camera out instead of snapshots on my desk with a phone camera.)
  4. I painted these for the tabletop and to play around with some colors. Nothing fancy, just a couple hours of work. I used the dark skin triad for the grandmother figure. Despite planning on staying with that skin tone, I somehow ended up using the rosy skin triad for the innkeeper.
  5. Hi !!! A really quick paint for a excellent mini from Bobby Jackson :
  6. I finished this guy up late Friday night/early Saturday morning for one of my D&D buddies. Total time taken about 5-6 hours, calling it right at about TableTop + for me. Figure: Sir Conlan, Crusaders Sergeant, Reaper SKU #14037 Sculptor: Bobby Jackson Material: Metal WIP Thread Here Start out with the angles all around him. Smile! It's your close up! As always, C&C are more than welcomed and greatly appreciated! Thanks for looking.
  7. For posterity, as he's already finished I'm posting up this thread to show my WIP pics I took of him. I finished this guy up late Friday night/early Saturday morning for one of my D&D buddies, here's the WIP of him. Total time taken about 5-6 hours, calling it right at about TableTop + for me. Figure: Sir Conlan, Crusaders Sergeant, Reaper SKU #14037 Sculptor: Bobby Jackson Material: Metal Show-off Thread Black primed it all. Used Red Liner to get a deep rich red going for the shadows and base of the cloak. Also got his face done here and little itty bitty eyes placed
  8. Here are some quick tabletop paint jobs of the big Bones orcs. I am calling this my red orc squad, I will probably use blue or green accent color on my second, still unpainted set. Group shot with the previously finished Orc Berserker (77059) on the far left:
  9. In the last Box o' Goodwill round, I had the opportunity to start a box. Since we had a number of Sir Forscales around already, we landed on Bobby Jackson's Hosilla for our group-paint project. My group members did all the work; I just added a little basing that hopefully isn't too obnoxious--I noticed in the photos the lighter color of the stuff I used didn't take the wash fully in a spot or two, especially along one edge. So it looks a bit bright. Sorry. I'll fix it later but decided to go ahead and post it since it since the painting's what's hot, here. It's some fine painting everyone did,
  10. Hello friends, here are a plethora of different figures I've finished in the past couple months. The Wargs each got about an hour of work and the Hell Hound about 2 hours. As you can see, I didn't slave away trying to remove the mould line on the Hell Hound and wasn't too careful about the Wargs either; just going for some high table top goodness. The Howling Ghoul from Imbrian Arts was a fun and easy figure to paint. Mostly just using pale skin tones and glazes of Gory Red to blend it all in. Lastly the Ogre from Bobby Jackson's latest releases. He was fun an will make a nice mini-bo
  11. This is my ReaperCon 2015 entry into the Diorama category. I called it "Faithful Stand" and the idea came about when I first saw the praying paladin. It evoked in me an image of him praying to his god or goddess and something bad sneaking up behind him. I then saw the Reaper Artist Con's Ogres and knew that they were what was needed to put this diorama from my mind into reality. The Grey Maiden was the prefect figure for my idea of a statue of the paladin's goddess. Having got caught up in a pretty big funk for a while, I didn't start this project until about 10 days before ReaperCon was
  12. Here are some pretty blurry pic of the spring exchange piece I made for MiniBart. He requested a winter scene and I immediately thought of this mini. Happy you like it buddy. :-)
  13. This is going to represent my half elf ranged Ranger, Branwyn in the Giantslayer AP run by haldir. I am quite pleased with her and feel the shadow/washes worked really well with her I may do a few touch ups with her, And I really do need to back up with this camera...
  14. I decided to paint this one up as a NovaTrooper (variant of a StormTrooper). Hmmm. Need to back up some more
  15. 60101: Kiramor the Forest Shadow Sculpted by Bobby Jackson Secondary priming on the skin with Linen White: 09061. Added 3 drops of Flow Improver. Then used a Vallejo Elf Skin, 2;1 Flow Improver. In several layers until it was right. Lastly, washed in Flesh Wash: 09253. This was first done broadly, then after it dried I would reapply to lower sections of the muscles.​I still need to darken and go over with a lightened Elf Skin on the raised areas. Then re-blend. Going to work on the eyes next, Mocha has inspired me to attempt the eyes she just did on Noreth Skyblade.
  16. A fellow player in a Reign of Winter game has been "tooling around"* with an unpainted strumpet miniature. I offered to paint it if she told me what she should look like, and so I was given an unpainted Bones mini and a quick watercolor sketch to work off of. This is the result, after a couple hours of work! Overall, I'm pretty happy with her! She is not great, but I'm improving. This is also some of my better work on hair, ever. That Jessica Rich DVD from the kickstarter is starting to pay off. However, I still did just a quick paint up (probably 2 hours...) and
  17. So I'm going to attempt to pull off a feat of craziness here. I'm planning on a 5-figure diorama that I started last night and trying to finish in time for ReaperCon. The figures are as follows: 3 Ogres (Tom, Dick, & Harry from the Reaper Artists Con) - 03710 03711 03712 Praying Paladin - 03600 Grey Maiden - 60025 Photo of Tom, Dick, and Harry (the three to the right) courtesy of hungerfan's post while he was at the RAC: Anyhow, here's my idea that came to me when I saw them: The praying paladin is kneeling before a broken temple to his Goddess (the Grey Maiden figure
  18. It looks like this and another post of mine (plus a third that I didn't finish posting) were all assigned the same post ID (or some similar identifying value) when I duplicated the new thread page last night. It looks as though everything got pretty mangled, and the only way I know of off the top of my head to fix this is to start a new post. That thread is here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/61556-77086-townsfolk-strumpet/
  19. I enjoy painting minis as something they're not intended to be, so when MS put up a contest to come up with a character...who better than Deadpool? In one issue, he appears in the 70s to team up with Power Man and Iron Fist and of course uses this opportunity to go 'incognito' as a pimp... I added a couple katanas from 02455: Weapon Pack IV by Werner Klocke (one graciously donated by Kuro, thanks!) and some GS to add in folds where they entered his coat. The base is also scratch made from styrene and GS. This one was a lot of fun to paint, which I needed given the past coupl
  20. OneBoot got her mini! I can share the limited pics I have. I'm sure she will take better ones. Anyways here is the mini I painted for the Spring Exchange 2015 Sorry if they look blurry a bit. Its why I'm hoping OneBoot can take better pictures of it.
  21. I was searching about for a fourth mini to slap some paint on for the RPChallenge this month and came across this guy in the beauty pageant thread. "He's a really neat sculpt," I thought. "I bet I could do some really kick-elf lighting effects with his lure." The banded mail greens are various blends of 29846 Spruce Green and some other assorted greens and yellows, which is a really fantastic nigh-turquoise color. Glazing a purple over it gives you a rather neat effect. A lot of the fishy-color is 29811 Turf Green, because why not? I have these Bones II colors sitting out, I might as w
  22. Bobby Jackson's Piotr Irongale. So, yeah. I love spiked chains, for whatever dumb reason. I also like the fishermany vibe of Piotr. I had fun with him. Thanks for looking. All words welcome.
  23. Here is the second of a pre-painted series of PCs for a forthcoming campaign. Arthrand takes on the role of "Generic Elf Ranger #1". As usual, all critiques and other remarks gratefully accepted.
  24. This is the FIRST of my Reaper Bones II miniatures that I have painted. Its been a LONG time since I haven't primed. Took a bit to get back into the smoothing out paint mode. I really like my primer, and I'm a bit spoiled with being able to dilute my paints to the maximum with base coats and layering. There are a couple of extreme challenges in this mini. One is in the area between the blade,the cloak, and the leg. The way the cloak wraps creates a visual void that must be addressed. The second is that left foot that on the plastic version is Way Too Big, and needs to be clipped
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