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  1. Hitch is now moving from color blocking into the full WIP phase. I've finished his face. Will need to paint the vest, blend hair, and probably refine the cloak a bit.
  2. Some miniatures represent a real challenge. They’re loaded with so much detail that you may need to find references to figure out what all of it is, and even then you can run into difficulties making each individual bit pop. Lining each piece, and making sure the colors coordinate while also keeping the value contrast high enough that each bit stands out just enough (and not too much) can be challenging and rewarding. Then there are minis like these Super Dungeon Explore’s ghosts. Somehow, I find myself absolutely loving these designs, despite their simplicity (I mean, we’ve got one
  3. Here is one of my favorite sets of minis, of all time. They're the Fungal Growth Spawn point for Super Dungeon Explore, and I based the color schemes on the various colors of mushroom monsters from the Dragon Quest series.
  4. Finally made some progress on my Koba miniature. Hair and skin with some other final touchups and this one will be done. Black bases for all of my AQ figures so far. When they are done, I may revisit the basing.
  5. I've only worked the reds on Smiley so far. I've got to work on his body and on his hood-cloak (?)
  6. I painted this one for my oldest stepdaughter, she's into synchronized swimming has like 23 swim certificates and I believe she's secretly part fish. Also she's a bit of a scrooge sometimes, so I added a Rustik Market's piece of resin treasure. Made the rock from Milliput. WIP is here http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/66314-mary-the-mermaid-by-xherman1964-or-underwater-greed/ Gave her a stripes inspired by the tigershark, but different because she's a mermaid. Hope you like her, she did!!!
  7. Completed Arcadia Quest miniatures. I'm hoping to have all of them done by the time the next kickstarter starts. You can find my WIP thread here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/62384-arcadia-quest-wip/ First up: Diva I really like how the NMM Red came out on her. It was my first time doing non-gold/steel NMM. Getting the cape right was harder than I expected. I wanted to get a white-ish color with Pink/Rose tints. I ended up using Old West Rose for the shadows.
  8. I'm painting the Moon Princess from Sodapop's Ninja All stars for a model swap. I've made some subtle changes since these pictures were taken, but I'm struggling to visualize how to make the relatively flat surface of this model's hair into a convincing thin black hair as in the model's artwork. Any suggestions? Any critiques or comments overall?
  9. I wanted to paint Mary for my oldest stepdaughter, she is into synchronised swimming and I believe part fish. Since she is also a bit of a scrooge I added a bit of treasure. Off to the start, Sculpted a rock with millyput. There will be more to follow.
  10. To boost my figure count I painted up all my bat swarms, plus the chibi bats were just too cute to not paint up asap. Chibi familiar bats (Reaper 1548) Metal Bat Swarm (Reaper 3355) Example Bones Bat Swarm (Reaper 77046)
  11. Finally got some photos of my speed paints at Gen Con. As some of my fellow con goers already posted a few great speed paints you may know the rules. 45 minutes, limited paint and two brushes that are used and abused at the Con. Although this year and last you also get a brush from games and gears that you may use at each speed paint, but somehow I either lose it or leave it at the hotel and never remember to bring it back. Anyway here are my two which also will count for the RPChallenge. My Dark Sword speed paint Mab - Queen of the Fairies And a quick poorly lit photo of all the lovel
  12. For a chibi mini swap I've joined, I'll be preparing this Monkey Queen model. On my original Arcadia Quest pledge, the model came without her hair, so I was able to request and receive a replacement from CMON. This brings me to this mini swap where I can now make her hair and a display base to fit into the original packaging. My first step shown here was to create a thin wire armature for the hair and bulked it out for later texturing.
  13. Ok, time to attempt another WIP. As you can tell from the title I plan to paint up Bonesylvania Chibi Morty and Cal. Along the way I plan to paint up my remainder Bone 1 and Bones 2 skeletons. All these hopefully by the end of July. Where I stand with my Figures at the beginning of July. Morty: Cal: 1 of my 3 Bones 1 skeleton archers: My Bones 2 skeletons:
  14. Yes, I finally managed to get another in my progress to finishing last year's Boneslyvanian Chibi's. I present Morty. Overall a simple paintjob, but I like how it turned out. Morty: Thanks for looking, and any C&C you feel like posting. PS:I really need to get my Boneslyvanian's based some day.
  15. EDIT: I've started a completed figure thread, which you can find here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/62776-arcadia-quest/ I just started on my Arcadia Quest (CMoN) figures. I'm trying to match the art as much as possible. Critique most welcome! First up are Diva and Spike Progress: - base coat done - face mostly done (may do some touch ups - eyes Main ToDo: - NMM Gold on the sword - NMM Steel on the sword and belt buckle - NMM Red on Armor (yeah, lots of NMM on this one) - Cape - this will be much paler pink once I'm done. Progress: - base c
  16. This is my finished Kanga from the base set of Arcadia Quest.
  17. This is the other mini I entered in the Gencon painting contest. I was hoping to give his eyes a little bit of glow but I don't think I managed it. I was really running out of time with him. He did photograh well at least. He was much less of an elf than the minotaur.
  18. I present to you Cal, another Bonesylvanian from my attempt (slowly failing) attempt to get them all painted by the end of the year. He is a simple paint job that I finished faster than I expected. W/o further jabbering here is Cal: Thanks for looking and feel free to post any C&C you feel inspired to give.
  19. I present to you Gil. My next installment in Bonesylnanian Halloween Chibi's. Also an experiment in cool highlights and warm shadows. Thanks in advance for and C&C you feel inspired to give.
  20. Here is one of my RCon 15 entries, Lon the Chibi Werewolf. Normally I don't go this extreme with base. But I had an idea and had to go with it. Thanks for any C&C you feel inspired to post. For those attending RCon '15, I hope to see you there.
  21. I really love the Bonesylvanians. After taking Derek Schubert's "Monochrome Painting" class at the Reaper Artist Conference last October, I was really excited to try my hand at it. [side note: Check out the miniatures he used for the class demos (and later finished up) in Derek's forum post here. Give it a shot, it's something everyone should try at least once!] I won't claim that I painted Gus using only black and white-- I added a bit of blue too! I painted him using only Ghost White (of course), Snow Shadow, and Blue Liner. The only exceptions to this are his eyes = Brilliant Blue and h
  22. So here's a pleasant little chibi elder god that I got painted up a little while ago. I decided to open his eyes a little (elder gods don't always have to sleep, right?)
  23. These guys were actually a lot of fun to paint up. With the new version of the game out I am very excited to get painting all the rest of the core box and move on to the forgotten king and all the heroes. Looking forward to the single player mode as I seem to have a few issues finding players around here. Enjoy the pics and if you have any advice on anything let me know. Thanks!
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