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Ral Partha 3 Stage Minis
knarthex posted a topic in Show Off: PaintingSome more mini's from George's archive.... Painted in the college years, 1988-1992... Some 3 Stage minis, only one of which I have all 3... Female Magic User (01-337) The middle one looks like she has a Christmas ornament on her forehead! Elf Thief (01-319) Magic User (01-317) This guy was painted by a friend in Germany in 85 0r 86 when I was in the Army... Kurt you out there!? (Gern you out there? I know your real name!) Thank the Dark Lords of Lead for the old Catalogs to find all the numbers in! Thanks for looking! George
Malena the Sorceress with Gold Orb (Reaper 1559)
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3329: Hannah Blackruby
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Question on a mini
ub3r_n3rd posted a topic in Reaper's Product LinesI have a question on this mini to anyone who has painted her or even looked at her. She's 77036 Devona, Female Wizard in the preview section and part of the bones kickstarter. On her back are these two serrated bits that I can't figure out what they are as far as clothing or armor.
02042: Marith of the Flame (Sandra Garrity)
Pingo posted a topic in Show Off: PaintingSo, I continue to plug along, trying new things. I think this is my sixth mini up here, if you count the group of Astral Reavers as three. I was trying for fire effects and deep shadows. Not sure how successful I was, although it looks nice on the table. I find that I really, really, hate to base. The thought of tweezing tiny clumps of green hairs into glue to make grass fills me with dread. But I can paint. So far I have just been painting my bases, which in this case is a one-inch fender washer lightly sanded for grip.
Question about bases: size variation?
Pingo posted a topic in Reaper General & Faq'sI got to wondering this during a discussion of broccoli bases. Awhile back I got the Reaper set DHL Classics: Female Wizards. The figures I got did not seem to have the same bases as those shown in the online store; they appeared noticeably smaller. The central figure, in particular, had just a little rim of base around and under her skirt. I don't mind that at all. I glued the figures to fender washers for stability, and the very small bases made it easier to blend them in. On the other hand, I kind of had to do that because they were less stable because of the small bases. Has something changed in the sculpts? Was this a fluke, or have the bases on those three female wizards been reduced in size? Or is this just some weird optical illusion and my eyes are playing tricks on me?