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  1. This week has been a week of experimentation. I tried my first NMM this week and my first attempt at actually shading hair rather than just dry brushing it like I have forever. I still have free time, so I have been able to keep the production level up. My players will be starting a new adventure soon, and I need a whole new set of monsters. Oh gee, how sad, I have a bunch of new minis that I "have to paint" (He says to his wife). Centaur The week did not start out well. I was cleaning up the mold lines on this bones centaur (which are not conveniently placed) and
  2. Metal Centaur Archer. Pretty happy with outcome. What do you think?
  3. So at the same time I was working on my female hill giant, I was also working on two centaurs that the great Julie Guthrie had sculpted around 1982. I did them at the same time because I was looking for the same flesh tones because both I figured spend tons of time outside so should be very tan. Anyhow, an advanced warning and a link because the female centaur is showing off her mammal parts, so here's a link to her front: Female Centaur front and from the other side: As well as her male companion, who is chasing her around it seems
  4. Another recruit for my Nippon, Land of the Rising Moon Army. This is a Centaur I painted as a Oni ( demon) with a fire tail. Hope you guys like it. Acquired from @Jasper_the_2nd thanks again! It's a Clan War mini.
  5. The skeletal horse bases are old GW Tomb Kings models I got off eBay. The human skellie bits are Bones models -- Ichabarr is the headless one, obviously; he was originally a Bones archer skeleton. The bases are original, but I slathered them with Vallejo Thick Mud and covered them with birch seed covers for the leaves of the forest. Overall, I am pleased!
  6. I pulled this figure off my "to do" pile yesterday and gave him a fast paint job; think of it as practice for speed painting at Gencon. Anyway, I also got him based up last night. He's the early version of Ral Partha ES-32 (or 01-032), and was later replaced by a spearman facing forward. I like the animation of the Parthian shot pose, but a unit of them is going to look odd on a wargame table any time that they are NOT evading...
  7. On the 4th of July I painted a mini. Due to her unfortunate Bonesium nature - her legs responded well to boiling and setting but the spear, which is a separate mold, did not - she became a test piece for painting tabletop using washes. After the mid-tone and shadows were set by the washes, highlights and details were picked out in a normal manner. Even with matte medium mixed into the ink washes she turned out super shiny, which isn't really an issue for a tabletop piece that will be sealed anyway. And lastly a higher angle shot to better show the highlight
  8. This guy was a test piece... I have another 2 like him and 3 female centaurs that are all going to be painted roughly the same. The base isn't done because I'm planning to actually cut them off these bases and attach them to something better later, but I don't have those bases yet so... Comments and criticism always welcome.
  9. Right. So, I've been mumbling about this for a while. For me, this is an Ambitious Project (sezzhe who's done a Goblin Challenge). But I don't usually do bases, and I don't paint past 'table top', so ... this is gonna be a thing. This is a Thing I might both enter - if I can get myself to Reapercon - and will definitely be a gift. I have an uncle who's favorite mythological critter is centaurs, and I'm painting it for him. So, here's in her blister, bits and mold-lines and all. Glue's drying on her cork, post cleaning. I let that cure for a good long while, because her footprint
  10. These were a lot of fun, and I have 5 more on deck. The lava/temple bases have been a lot of fun to work through. The first up is Hthark the Unstoppable, from Blood Bowl. he was a lot of fun, and I intend on using him for my "great weapon" version of the bull centaurs. The Bases are a Happy Seppuku base over it into Sculpey, which was broken into shape. The lava is liquitex matte medium layered until the base texture was less visible, then painted. Painted to medium tabletop, with some highlighting. I'm very happy with them. Hthark the Unstoppable
  11. I like painting horses. Which is good since I've got a LOT of cavalry and centaurs in the 'to be painted' piles. Here's the back and the front pictures are linked for nudity. FYI - that kind of coloring is called a morgan bay. Side front view Front view
  12. Hello! This is the first real mini I've ever painted (aside from touching up a kobold I got off of Ebay), so I figured I'd hit the forums for some feedback! This took me about 5-6 hours (with some minor cooking and plenty of youtube watching going on in the background). I added some more ground onto the base with some sculpting epoxy, gave it a quick coat of paint, and then covered it with some tea and little plants I made out of some twine with sand for the flowers. I may touch up the edges with some more tea or black paint, as I didn't quite cover them up all the way. Her face is ki
  13. I've gone back and forth about starting this thread since I started painting these last April. Shaerileth and the female spider-centaur are topless, so I need to link pictures owing to nudity. But heck, I guess talking about how I'm painting them can help people so I'm giving it a go anyway. The male spider-centaurs, faces, and backs will be shown. Any front female torsos will be linked to, as per Reaper's forum policy. So anyhow, these are Bones plastic, so fairly lightweight. I primed them all with Reaper's "Brown Liner", the acrylic paint that sticks to Bones no matter what,
  14. Part of the Stonehaven Half-Orc Kickstarter were these interesting adjuncts, a lion-centaur and two hengeyokai. The hengeyokai seem to be some sort of Japanese-derived shapeshifters, but they are sculpted as tiny bird creatures, and I do mean tiny. At the moment all I have done is prepped them. They have had the flash cleaned (not much there; these are good castings), the centaur glued to a base, primed white and washed first with Burnt Umber and then with a transparent purple mixed from Phthalo Green and Quinacridone Magenta. The purple might still be a tad wet on the lion centaur.
  15. Front and side views (bare breasts) I have to say, I was surprised when I got her; she was a lot smaller than I expected. Finished painting in about a day (not hard when you can paint the entire figure all at once) and spent the rest of the time sculpting the base with Apoxie Sculpt and wrestling with liquid water resin. edit: Ah right, I might as well mention the colors, since it's basically only three gradients. Skin: (Walnut Brown) > Old West Rose > Rosy Shadow > Rosy Skin > Maiden Flesh > Vampiric Highlight. Hair: (Walnut Brown) > Woodland Brown > Orange F
  16. This was my exchange piece for Fanguard His suggestion in the instructions was to try a non-caucasion skin tone, so I went with it Made a bit of history for his kind The centaurs of the Savanna, a mighty and mysterious group, differ from their more normal Centaur cousins by a number of things. Their skin is dusky, while their equine halves are black and white striped like zebras. What little is known of them is known from distant observation, and conversation with one particular chatty stallion warrior that had decided to answer the questions of the inquiring scholar, Aberforth Arnu
  17. Hi, For no specific reason while browsing through my bits box I decided to cut up a Bones Gnoll Warrior and transform it into a blood crazed Gnoll Boar-Centaur. The upper body is Reaper model #77012 and the legs are from a boar (I think a GW sculpt). Here is a pic of the work in progress (my attempt at hiding the seam with green stuff). Comments and suggestion welcome!
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