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  1. This is my second submission today I have been prettying this one up for some time and feel it is ready now I am really pleased with this one!
  2. Fresh off my success with the mouseling diorama I am going to paint another dragon. Hopefully well enough to enter at reapercon. Initial Concepts: paint the pathfinder red dragon. black and purple will be the primary colors. keep it to a 2" base - this dragon makes a great Large sized dragon for gaming with afterward. Swamp base? removable base? more later....
  3. Hello again everyone. I've been working away at trying to improve my painting. Reaper Bones 89001 Pathfinder Red Dragon This is the model that made me place my first Reaper order and get back into painting. I've started using sand for basing again and I really enjoy the fine texture it gives. I tried using sealer to "save" my work a few times on this model but I never ended up removing my mistakes, instead I just painted over them. I think this has left some of the details a bit gloopy (e.g. the horns). Overall I am pretty happy with it but I would love to hear any comments. Once I know he is done I am going to Dullcote him and then put some gloss on his tongue. RAFM Durnaoth Elf Halberds and Ral Partha 03-209 Elf Standard Bearer I bought these off eBay not really knowing what they would end up looking like. I find the standard bearer looks a little goofy (reminds me of the Planescape Torment character models) but I really like the Halberdiers. They were weird to assemble, as they were molded with their right hands attached to their thighs. They had to be cut off and their arms bent into place. I still feel like there is a little something missing. Again, any feedback would be great. I am planning to get some gloss spray (Krylon maybe?) for these guys and then I will dullcote them. I will test that on the standard bearer first. My fiancee wants to set them up with the dragon somewhere in our apartment. Crucible 91-221 Orc Eagle Knights Another eBay purchase where I had little idea what I would be getting. I was really excited to find out that these are orcs with an Aztec spin. They are almost where I want them but I still have a few things left to do. Let me know what you think. Thank you!
  4. Another of the fellows who didn't fit in a group, the Great Green Bastich and Wrecker of Ships, Vyraxxus the Senile (also known as Deathsleet when he's, you know, feeling less green):
  5. My last dragon, before Bones 3 arrives, finally painted. (Not including the one dragonling I still have.) Hard to get a picture of him.
  6. Just finally catching up on some of my photos for the group. I have been learning to use a new camera and there are definitely some ups and downs. we will see how they look as time goes on. The dragon is one of the Impact Chibi series. I took a more standard tone on his paint job, including some wing fades and a little more classic painting, mainly because I could not get the sharp color changes to work on him for some reason. here he is, I hope you like him...
  7. Got in the Colossal Red dragon so I did a set up for fun. Our minis from our adventuring party "negotiating" with them, The female leader has her faerie dragon talking to the red. Fun!!!
  8. So, I'm posting my VERY LATE Secret Sophie Project now. Please enjoy it! GF
  9. I present for your amusement, the Mint Chocolate Dragon Familiar: As an avid gamer, I have a few sets of dangling dice sticks to hold my hair up. Since I have been spending so much time painting minis the last couple years, I thought it was time to add something painted to my hairstick collection. And of course... Cute little dragon.... Anyone who knows me knows I bought at least two. Here he is flying in for his closeups: Edit: Autocorrect Fail.
  10. Hi all, I painted a while back the ruins and the dragon Nathavarr from "Dragons don't share 2" but never posted it as I wanted to have the whole set painted, including all the heroes, before doing so. So far, I still haven't touched the heroes yet... But while playing "pretend" with the kids, we started making a little scenery using DDS2 and a lots of dwarves I had around (some Reapers and old GW), all this while listening to "Diggy Diggy Hole". We had a great time and I thought the result was fun enough to take pictures and post. The whole model is coated with a thick layer of clear coat to withstand playtime with the kids, but this gave a weird blue hue to the stonework... The hardest part was to move the whole thing into my light box without having all minis fall over (most of them still did)... and manage to fit the model on the backdrop (the whole DDS2 scenery and the dragon wingspan is huge). So here it is: And Nathavarr by him (or her)self:
  11. I wanted an unfinished dragon statue, so I used an old metal one I had lying around. The figure is Amber Dragon (2457).
  12. The famous 'Chicken Dragon'. He's a fun and easy paint job plus he looks good on the table. Once you get past the fact that he looks like a chicken skeleton with wings.
  13. I painted this one as a super-late Christmas present for one of my best friends. She specializes in Chinese policy, so I thought she'd like the dragon. Here's the front linked due to, um, maybe too much skin? Front View The base is a plastic Arcane from that micro arts kick-starter with CMON. I used deep ocean, fair skin, nightshade purple and leather white for the blue side and then mahogany brown, chestnut gold, palomino gold and buckskin pale for the golds.
  14. My rendition of the Bones Shadow Dragon (Reaper 77108). Sculpted the base to look like a cave environment, and tried to shade the ground as if the dragon was darkening the area. Not sure if that is apparent.
  15. My first dragon. A little practice for KS3! Enjoy edit: So I have to admit I got a little exited playing with new toys last night and rushed the picture process. But I just wasn't happy with how dark they turned out. After another read through of the Miniatures Photography 101 I think I did a much better job today. Now You can see all the detail good and bad!
  16. So I was gifted this adorable fellow! I decided to go with gold / purple-pink shading, as if it's iridescent perhaps and is originally purple and shines gold when the light hits it
  17. Dragon from 02399 Familiar Pack II by Sandra Garrity and Bear from Christmas Familiars.
  18. This green dragon hatchling was painted about the time as the blue. He was just waiting on some grass before getting his picture taken. A month later I finally worked up the energy to glue some grass to his base, though he is still shedding a bit. Just like the other hatchling he was a quick tabletop paint and not all of his mold lines were removed. Someday he might get to chase some 1st level PCs around.
  19. Started working on my first Bones dragon project today (it's been a busy December, so a little free time for painting is sort of a Christmas present). This is the first time I've tried doing any shading or gradient sort of thing with an airbrush, mostly in the past I've just used it for priming, base coats and varnish. It's a little patchy in spots but I'm pretty happy with the overall result and it went on quick. Vallejo black primer with Reaper Ruddy Leather/Oiled Leather/Burnt Orange triad on the wings. I'll do the rest with a paintbrush, but it was a nice start.
  20. A few pics of my latest Reaper D&D monster...the Tortoise Dragon. Kevin in Edmonton http://www.mageknightkevin.blogspot.ca
  21. http://lenora-rose.livejournal.com/217423.html One of the cooler things I've seen today (It's been a good day for cool things ...).
  22. Hi, I'm continuing my journey to paint the miniatures for the board game Dungeon Saga. This time I completed the expansion "the Tyrant of Halpi". For this expansion, the heroes are facing a dragon and its thralls. So of course, there is a dragon to paint and 2 new heroes: a Halfing Thief and a Human Paladin. (That Halfling! She is so Tiny!!! It almost feels like painting a 15mm scale) As usual, the objective was efficiency for tabletop quality. For the dragon, I experimented with speed painting / laziness on a big figure. I wanted to see how many steps I could skip and still end up with a decent looking mini. So it was primed dark gray, I added a dusting of white from the top (for zenital highlight) and then covered the rest with washes only (no full colour basecoat, except for the blue back scales). For the end-result, the colours are quite muted (there isn't much colour saturation in washes)... It gives a certain style, but I let you judge. The big bonus is that it was painted super quickly (but wahes take a while to dry). I did spend a bit of time building up the dragon's base though... as it was disappointingly plain flat (all the bases, in the game where pre-textured with slates, but not for the dragon )... C&C appreciated
  23. My New London group that Dad and I play with was today, but dad couldn't come because of work. We found the tiefling we were looking for and she gave us a ring that gave the wearer resistance to ice magic, and because I was the only warlock in the party I got 7 scrolls and 3 spellbooks! We went into the white dragon's cave to kill it, and since what happed next was all my plan I wore the ring. I used hex to give the dragon disadvantage on charisma saving throws, but the DM said that the dragon's stats said if it was hit with hex it would get disadvantage on ALL saving throws. I cast polymorph and suceeded but the dragon had 3 uses of legendary saving! I had my party members burn spells with saving throws until it used the other 2 legendary savings, then used polymorph on it again, and turned it into a fish! We dropped it down a bottomless chasm, but the top of it's so small when the dragon morphs back it won't be able to get out. The DM gave everyone in our party a magic item, but chose them by randomly rolling from 1-100, and ended up getting a 100! Because the whole thing was my plan, I was the one who got to keep the Wings of Flying! We each got 140g, 200s, and 4 precious stones worth 800g each. We also got up to level 9, so I'm gaining a spell, my slots are changing to level 5, and I'm getting another eldrich invocation! I can't wait to tell my dad when he gets home from work tonight. I'm really proud that I've proved I can game on my own and still make awsome decisions. Vanquishing a dragon is a much better achievement than getting your entire party killed. And to think I almost didn't go today because mom was worried about leaving my sisters home alone.
  24. And finally, my thirtheenth and last finished mini of November 2015, which is the Treespeaker (SKU 112004) from DGS games, modified to hold the Bones dragon familiar from Familiar Pack 77176 in her hand. The casting did not seem to be very good on this particular mini, the details seemed soft and almost non existant (I have not seen this to be the case with other DGS minis), and her face did not turn out that great. I tried a lot of different color schemes until I finally just decided to finish her.
  25. This is my first post in the Reaper forum.Thought I might start with my take on kaladrax. I've never tried to paint anything this big before but I could not resist when I saw it. I bought a bunch of minis(most of the first kickstarter really) from one of my sons friends and there he was in the box. Anyway, I would welcome any C&C or suggestions from anyone. I've been painting for a while but I still have lots of room to improve.
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