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  1. This is an old Grenadier models lion-man that I finished the other day. Tabletop as usual. I hope you like him.
  2. This is a Heroclix figure (Lex Corp Security if you're interested) that i got out of a Box of Goodwill. She was a quick and easy repaint, I liked the colors they used, so I just fixed them up so they weren't slopped all over each other. I figure she'll work well in modern, zombie, and possibly near future/ sci-fi games as a secret agent or something like that. I tried to paint her sunglasses to look as though they were reflecting the sky; does it work or does it look lousy? Be honest, please.
  3. So, a bunch of us have decided that we're going to work on the same figure every month on the Google Hangouts. The first one (that spawned the idea) is the old Chainmail Orc Druid. In the future, most of the figures chosen will probably be Reaper. I used part of my day off yesterday to find, and get caught up with, everyone else that's doing this. I decided to go with the stereotypical orcs=green paint scheme. I had 2 excellent reasons for this: 1) The green paint already happened to be out and open, 2) There's this skirmish game called 'Mordheim' where you control a warband that's looting a ruined city. In this game, there is the option to play an orc and goblin warband. I already have half of a warband painted; this guy will be joining the gang once he's done. Of course, I'll use him for other stuff, too. This is what I got done yesterday: reprimed, and basecoat for the skin and teeth.
  4. I finished up Tara the silent, a very cool figure sculpted by Sandra Garrity ( I love her work!) last night. I was super happy with her and quite stoked that I managed to do a very good job on her eyes.... .....until I saw the pictures. They look wonky. I'd swear on a stack of bibles that they looked perfect to me under the best magnification I have. I literally cannot see any way to make them better/fix them, but I hate how they look in the pictures. I know that the camera is everyone's worst enemy (I've said it myself more than once), but I'm almost embarrassed to post these... Please let me know honestly what you think. ...and I just noticed that stray bit of paint on her collar. I'll go fix that now.
  5. This is an old grenadier figure from the 'Fantasy Warriors' range/game. I'm not entirely certain what he's called; he's not in Mirilton's catalogue, so I guess his mold didn't survive. At any rate, I found him again recently and decided to give him some paint. Tabletop work as usual; I hope you like him.
  6. This is an old ChainMail Berserker that I got out of the melt bin at Reapercon. His weapon was broken, so I replaced it with a GW axe from my bits box. I almost painted him up with orange hair like a GW trollslayer, but I've actually got a few of those figures around, so I figured I'd save that paint scheme for them. I gave him a bunch of tribal style tattoos and followed the advice I got on my last tattoos and tried to blend them into the skin a little more. I think it looks better. Now, I just need to actually develop some artistic ability and my tattoos might actually start to look good.
  7. Nothing too special here; just an old Grenadier rune stone/trail marker thing. I haven't based it yet as I'm not sure if i'm going to use it in a diorama or just as random scenery. i think it took about 2 hours altogether to paint.
  8. This is a Heresy miniatures zombie that I got out of a Box of Goodwill. She's supposed to be a modern zombie, but I think she looks simple enough that I could use her in fantasy, too.
  9. This is on old Grenadier mage from one of their boxed sets released 40 or so years ago. Table top, like most of my stuff. Gems/spell components in his hand
  10. This is an old Grenadier wood elf from their 'Fantasy Warriors' line. I rescued him from the melt table at Reapercon and finished him up last night. I tried to do some freehand tattooing on his arms; I'm not too sure what I think of how they came out. More practice needed, I think.
  11. I finished my first figure for the year a couple days ago. It's also my first painted dragon. Ever. I'm pretty psyched about getting the eyes to look good on my first try.
  12. Another old Mage Knight orc figure that I converted a while ago (WIP here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/60174-mage-knight-orcs-conversionrepaint/?hl=%2Bmage+%2Bknight+%2Borcs) and finally finished up painting during the paint binge last weekend. Nothing special, just a tabletop paint job; he'll get used along with his buddies in a Song of Blades and Heroes warband, as well as for D&D.
  13. I started this guy last year at Reapercon in the Convert a colossal skeleton class, and entered him into the open category at this year's Reapercon; he earned a bronze. WIP is located here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/62739-colossal-skeleton-conversion-for-reapercon-2016/
  14. Since we're down to a little more than a month to the big show, I figured I ought to start working on some of my stuff, right? I didn't enter anything in the painters category last year, and I'd like to change that this year. I've had this figure for a while now, and I figured a horror themed convention was the perfect excuse to try and paint him. I'm not using that base; it's just to hold the figure up for the picture. I've got a resin scenic base that I'll be mounting him on. As I said, I want to enter this figure in the painters category, so please push me hard on this guy. I like hearing that 'he looks good' or whatever, but if you think he doesn't, or I could do something better, please tell me. C&C is not only welcome, but greatly desired. If you google his name, GW's picture of him should be one of the first few results; that's the paint scheme I'm going with. (Well, mostly.) Black armor with gold/brass trim dark red cape
  15. Like the title says, I'm planning on converting the Bones Colossal Skeleton and entering it at Reapercon next year in the open category. Here's what I'm starting with: I'm planning on the using the cape as, well, a cape. I'm swapping out the hammer for the sword, and I'm going to be grafting that other piece onto his front, over his pelvis. I'm going to be adding a shield to his right arm; I haven't decided if I'm going to remove the dagger or not. Thoughts? I'm also undecided about possibly altering the pose of one or both arms. I'll be sculpting fur across his shoulders to hide the join with the cape, and I'm going to be armoring his torso. I haven't decided if I'm going to do anything to the legs or not. Here's the progress on some chain mail: Not too bad so far, IMO anyway. I'm not 100% sure about that tattered bit at the bottom, though. So, please let me know what you're thinking; any and all C&C will be welcome. I'd like to do the best I possibly can with this. The sculpting is going to be my biggest hurdle; I've never really done any.
  16. Here's the official arrival/departure thread for round 4 of the Box of Goodwill. Remember, no chatter here, please. Do it here instead: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/68159-box-of-goodwill-round-4-picturechatter-thread/?hl=goodwill DSMiles Epimys--Arrived 30 Apr, Sent 2 May Fredsutner05---Received. Sent 17 May GrowlTiger---Received 20 May (Real life issues kicked in) Autumnhare---Received 15 Sep, Sent 17 Sep MachtigeMaus---Received 19 Sep ChaosWolf CuteButPyscho---Sent 23 May Hungerfan---Arrived 25 May, Sent 6 Jun RobinH---Arrived 13 Jun, Sent 22 Jun Jasper the 2nd---Arrived 22 Jun. Sent 4 Jul Arc724---Arrived 13 Jul, Sent 5 Aug TGP---Arrived 8 Aug Tiniest Rhombus Froggy The Great---Sent 9 May Beowulf The Hunter---Arrived 13 May, Sent 17 May NomadZeke---Arrived 18 May, Sent 18 Jun KangarooRex---Arrived 20 Jun, Sent 12 Jul Morihalda---Arrived 17 Jul, Sent 30 Jul JCG---Arrived 2 Aug, Sent 12 Aug Bonwirn---Arrived 18 Aug Marvin---Sent 27 Apr DogBL---Arrived 30 Apr, Sent 3 May IzzyLobo---Arrived 5 May, Sent 16 May Keianna---Arrived 19 May, Sent 26 May Samurai Jack---Arrived 27 May, Sent 14 Jun Pingo---Arrived 16 Jun, Sent 22 Jun Guindyloo---Arrived 27 Jun ChaosWolf---sent 4 May Guildenstern---Arrived 6 May, Sent 9 May Knarthex---Arrived 11 May, Sent 19 May SGHawkins09---Arrived 21 May, Sent 1 Jun David Brawley---Arrived 3 Jun, Sent 15 Jun Mclimbin---Arrived 17 Jun, Sent 21 Jun Aryanun---Arrived , Sent Jul 11 DSMiles Tiniest Rhombus---Sent 9 May Generic Fighter--Arrived 11 May, Sent 3 Jun Talespinner--Arrived 13 Jun, Sent 12 Jul Evil Halfling---Arrived 14Jul, Sent 2 Aug Marineal---Sent Rob Dean---Arrived 25 Aug, Sent 27 Sep CuteButPyscho Guindyloo---Sent 3 May Dilvish the Deliverer---Arrived 5 May, Sent 9 May Ulfheathen---Arrived 11 May, Sent 31 May TerminalMancer----Arrived 3 Jun, Sent 29 Jun Wolfie907---Arrived 1 Jul, Sent...? MissMelons---Arrived 22 Jul, Sent Talae---Arrived 20 Aug, Sent 2 Aug Marvin--Arrived 8 Sep Bonwirn---Sent 25 Apr pcktlnt--Arrived 27 Apr, Sent 17 May WyvernFire--Arrived 21 May, Sent Jun MadJack- dropped out Chris Palmer---Arrived 22 Jun, Sent 27 Jun Horned Turtle---Arrived 29 Jun, Sent 7 Jul Inarah---Arrived 12 Jul, Sent Jul 21 FroggyTheGreat---Arrived 23 Jul
  17. Yes, the challenge insanity has gotten me, too. Just not quite as bad....I think. It's also a slightly different variety. I have 50 of these guys: Don't ask me why, I have no idea; I think they've been multiplying in the dark foot locker they were stored in. Anyway, the challenge I have set for myself is this: I will convert 49 of them so that no two are the same. That's right, I'm going to (hopefully) create a small horde of individualized mono-pose plastic goblins. I am going to leave 1 unconverted, for two reasons: 1) I will have an original figure to compare my conversions against. 2) Once the whole group is done I can hide him in there someplace and see if anyone can find him. I suppose you're all gonna want me to paint 'em too, aren't you? Fine, I'll do that, too. The main point of this exercise is the conversion, though; once that's done painting may take a little (lot) longer. What's the time frame, you ask? There isn't one, but it's not going to be years long or anything, either. In fact, I've already started; see below. Let's call it the last day of September for converting and painting to be done. Also, just for kicks, I'm gonna give you all some power over me (just a little, don't get any crazy ideas). You all collectively have 2 vetoes that you may use if you think I'm slacking off and one goblin looks a little too much like another. Some rules about that: 1) The basic pose will be staying (mostly) the same for all of them, so that doesn't count 2) At least 4 people need to agree that a certain gobbo doesn't cut it; I don't want 22 different people all vetoing a different figure. 3) Vetoes only apply to conversions; the paint jobs will be fairly similar in order to help me get through them. So, the first 6 are done: Fur trimmed Hun style helmet, looted human helmet, this was supposed to be a fur cap, but it just looks like hair, so we'll call it hair. Eye patch, mohawk, pirate style do-rag. They all have different shields as well.
  18. I finished up this guy today. Even though I'm working on other stuff, I still find time to sneak in some undead every now and then. Please let me know what you think.
  19. David's post: "Ok, So I didn't want to be that guy that gives news and couldn't produce results. Those who know me I have been a fan of Frank Frazetta since I was about 9 years old looking at the Molly Hatchet record covers at K Mart. I wasn't sure who he was till I was older and by then I was hooked. So no longer in the shadows do I have to do my Death Dealer miniatures, I have the Frazetta contract signed and in hand. The contract as it stands right now is to do 7 Death Dealer miniatures fully licensed. I have the first 5 sculpted and the first production mold of Death Dealer #1 finished. We have had all of the original sculpts approved by Frank Jr and Lori Frazetta. We just need to get the remaining molds done and the packaging approved and they will be available. They will be for sale to begin with from The Frazetta Museum, both on the site and the actual museum as well as on our site and eventually those who are distributers. Here are photos of the first. and I will have more of the others as we have the molds done and working. We hope to have them ready to go by the end of April. they are 32mm, all of them will be multiple part pewter castings with a resin base."
  20. I converted and painted these guys up for Inarah's paint binge this weekend. I tried giving them each a different skin color; I also decided to gore 'em up a bit; they are in order from clean to 'CW, you are a sicko', so you can skip the last few if you want to. Please let me know what you think. Clean ghast---swapped his base for one from Secret Weapon From the looks of those bones, he hasn't eaten in a while. You may want to run... Drooling ghast---swapped his head with a GW zombie head. Bloody handed ghast---I added some clothing to this one Gore hound ghast---I re-positioned his right arm, added some guts, and put a dismembered arm in his left hand Spoilered for the squeamish. >sigh< and I missed few mold lines
  21. The Vampire Literature thread reminded me of this... Back when I was in the Navy and on deployment, we happened to be watching Underworld on the mess decks and it sparked the following poll (6 months at sea will make the weirdest stuff entertaining) If you had a choice, which would you rather be, a vampire or a werewolf, and why? (Those are your only options, not neither, both, or any other monster, just those 2; remember it was based on watching Underworld)
  22. I painted these guys up in about 7 hours over the course of 3 days in the Google hang outs that some members have been doing. I actually find it kind of motivating, being able to hang out with people from the forums, AND paint at the same time. They're all bones figures, and I decided not to boil them; the various (minor) bends/leaning position/etc actually serve to differentiate them a little bit. I also used slightly different color combinations on them to further the effect. I was also able to accomplish the 'glowing, evil, pit of hellfire' effect on their eyes (although the green doesn't show up as well as I would have liked) that all undead have. Please let me know what you think. Group shot:
  23. This is a 10 man squad of Black Legion Chaos Marines made by Games Workshop. I actually started painting them a few years ago, when I still played Warhammer 40k. I haven't played in a couple of editions now, but these guys were begging to get finished up. I chose to do so as part of Inarah's paint binge this weekend. My painting ability has increased since I started these guys; stripping them to completely start over was a consideration, but in the end I just chose to push on and finish them up, trying to fix things along the way. I'm fairly happy with how they turned out; I still have a fair number of these guys left to paint, so I'll have a chance to make the next ones look better. Please let me know what you think. DEATH TO THE FALSE EMPEROR!!!!! Apologies if the pictures aren't that great, I'm experimenting with my wife's new light box.
  24. This is an old Grenadier figure from way back in the dark ages before some of you were even born. I hadn't realized it before I started working on him, but the figure bears a striking resemblance to a very well known religious figure. I hadn't intended it, but I think that resemblance may have subconsciously influenced me in how I painted him. Anyhow, I hope you like him.
  25. Google 'bad squiddo games'. The owner has a very good collection of decently dressed/equipped (no chain mail bikinis here) female characters ranging from fantasy to sci-fi and most things in between. A fair amount of the figures she sells are available elsewhere (she has Reaper stuff), but there are also some sculpts that I've never seen anywhere else. Just thought it may be of interest to folks here.
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