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  1. So I mentioned in my WIP thread for my mohawk dwarf that I was working on dwarven chieftains for the other main clans in the world my husband has created for D&D. I figured while I was taking pictures of the mohawk dwarf (Chieftain of the Erdunir Clan Emerald) that I should make a WIP thread for the rest of them too. First up, chief of the MagmaFist Clan, (14561) King Axehelm of Kragmarr. He's a mountain dwarf. Chief of the duergar SteelSilk clan, (14324) Herryk Aesir. Chief of the Thumbbreaker Clan, also mountain dwarves, (14042) Thorgram. Chief of the deep dwarf Dulvine Clan, (02472) Thain Grimthorn, with weapon modifications. Chief of the hill dwarf Longfang Clan, (02229) Brag Ironballs (te-he!). Last, but not least, the chieftain of the derro dwarves (whose clan name I can't remember..), from MegaMiniatures. That's a lot of dwarves...
  2. With all these great looking miniatures being posted, I thought I'd show off the other end of the spectrum with my latest beginner level dwarf :) I got some feedback on my last mini that I neglected the metallics, so I tried to do a little better this time. C&C welcome!
  3. Ok, I'm calling this guy done. This is my second mini in 20 years, it's not the greatest but I like him. (It doesn't look too bad a few feet away :) Here is the WIP: http://www.reapermini.com/forum/index.php?/topic/47472-scibor-dwarf-ulfar-wip/ Thanks for fixing the photo, Badocter! Comments and critique/tips welcome.
  4. Thought I would try doing a WIP for this Scibor Monstrous Miniatures dwarf I'm painting. (I really like their dwarves) I started with the face using the MSP tanned skin triad going dark to light. I tried adding some white for the final highlights on his face and noticed he was starting to sparkle. My guess is pearl white is not a good white to use. I painted over the sparkly bits since this dwarf isnt going to be an angsty teen vampire and called it quits on the face, I'll finish that at the end. Next I base coated his gambeson in Terran khaki, intending to shade and highlight with khaki shadow and khaki highlight. Then I got a great idea to just use a wash to get in all the folds. I'm not too happy with the way the wash turned out. That's it for the first session. Next time I'm going to see if I can fix the gambeson, finish base coating, do a little lining, then try to make him look pretty. Suggestions welcomed! .
  5. Ok finally finished this miniatrue, he's painted quickly aiming for tabletop standard only. In the end I did paint a bit more detail than I had originally intended but he hasn't had the level of attention most of the character models I've done recently have recieved. He was rebased onto a Back-2-Base-ix 25mm Celtic Ruins base as part of an early experiement in finding out how hard that would be (easy it turns out).
  6. Some of you may have been following my WIP thread over in that section, but here is the finished product. I got a new camera for Xmas and have been experimenting with the photography and adjustments I need to make switching from taking shots with my iPhone 4 as I've done in the past. The cardiac ICU has been crazy for the past month, so this miniature has been quite the ongoing project; much more so than I usually put into a figure. I used MonkeySloth's 'ice base' technique for creating an icy riverbed with adjacent rock-scapes; I then added snow for scenic character. I hope you enjoy.
  7. fanguad

    Santa Dwarf

    Santa Dwarf comes to give all the good dwarves their favorite holiday gift! Wait what? Reaper made a "real" Santa Dwarf? That one seems unlikely to be as popular as this fellow come Christmas morning. C&C appreciated. This is the first Stonehaven Dwarf that I've painted, he was lots of fun. I tried to rely less on washing and drybrushing on this guy, and I think his shirt in particular is a big improvement over my previous minis. He's shinier than I'd like, but I'll have to wait until spring before I can hit him with Dullcote. (I used GW Hardcoat, then watered down Reaper Matte Sealant). Also my first usage of a resin base (this one came with the dwarves), and I made the mistake of painting the base then gluing him on - then I had to repaint part of the base which didn't come out quite right. I tried to cover up my mistake with dark brown and call it "shadows."
  8. I am quite the amatuer when it comes to painting minis. However, I find it a lot of relaxing fun. My D&D group is only halfway (?) through the original full DragonLance modules, so we need a lot of minis for all of the characters! The problem I run in to is finding a mini that best suits the character. Case in point was finding a female dwarven monk for my new character Ulfa. I couldn't find anyone without big weapons! I came across "03363: Dannin Deepaxe, Female Dwarf" and decided to try my hand at modification. I removed the axe and shield and tried to reform the hands. Not the best photographer, but here are the results:
  9. Well, first time someone came to me to ask me to paint something for them. I've found it on the Paizo website but not sure if it was manufactured by Reaper or not. Was a fun piece to paint although I was going for a brassy look on the rifle and think I missed. It turned out ok just a little different than I was aiming for. Sorry about the lack of background, I finished him up this morning and had to run out the door to deliver him to the client (we were running in a game together today) And, as always, please don't hesitate to critique my work...
  10. So I was really excited after the Kickstarter ended .. so I picked up the only Bones mini I could find! Please be kind I haven't even been painting for a year yet .. so i am still learning. Please excuse his unfinished base too. :) I have to say I am even MORE excited to get all the Kickstarter figures now. Okie! I worked on finishing the base today and snapped a couple of different images. :) Front Back I think my biggest challenge is still highlighting. I welcome notes :)
  11. These Reaper dwarves are old school, circa 1995, sculpted by Bob Olley. Enjoy! More photos in my gallery: http://www.mamageekminis.com/gallery.html?index=55&gal=11
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