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Found 140 results

  1. evilcoatrack

    77065: Norgol, Irongrave Knight

    I painted this guy quickly in about 3 hours tonight. He's apparently going to be a super intimidating D&D character with a heart of gold. Second pic's a bit blurry - sorry!
  2. Chaoswolf

    Ral Partha female fighter

    This figure is one of a set of 8 female adventurers that Ral Partha released as a boxed set many, many years ago. I have set (but not the box), and they were all painted up (badly) in my youthful exuberance. I came across them while looking for something else and decided to fix them up. This is the first one that I've finished. Since these ladies are true 25mm scale, they'll probably be used as halflings or gnomes. I hope you like her.
  3. Hey folks! I was looking through some old Forgotten Realms stuff the other evening, and came across my copy of FR1, Waterdeep and the North, and looking at the cover art by Keith Parkinson, I decided that I would like to attempt to re create that as a diorama. So I spent some time with the figure finder, and tried sorting through the characters shown: Beholder- Not sure yet which one I will use to do Xanathar.. The fighter- no mini really jumped out at me when I sorted for male human scale mail. I tried assorted weapons, but again nothing clicked. The CPA- again, sorting human male cloth / clothing and nothing worked... The Dwarf - 03626: Gruff Grimecleaver seems to have good possibilities, the fact that the peg leg is on the opposite side is immaterial. The Drow lady- I would have though a female drow in a bikini and boots would have been relatively easy to find, but again no luck searching under female elf / dark elf... Intellect Devourers- Nothing comes up under that term, and not really sure what to convert from.... I thought that a puma/cougar mini could be modified... I am willing to do modifications.... So if anyone has any suggestions for me, that would be great! Thanks George
  4. Kaitlynn surveyed the battlefield; the ogres and beastmen had been decisively defeated with this battle. They had been routed, but it would take many more days and weeks to hunt them all down and eliminate them, so that the regions safety would be ensured. It seemed like it wasn't all that long ago, and indeed it was only a year or two, that she and her friends on started out on the road to fortune and glory. There hadn't been much of either in those early days; giant rats and bandits weren't known for their legendary treasure hoards. Still, she had learned valuable skills in those days; skills that had served to help keep her and her friends alive. Well, most of her friends, anyway. They had suffered the loss of the dwarven warrior Harbrom while fighting orcs in Scorchskull pass. He sent at least a score of the beasts to their foul gods before he fell, though. The memory brought a painful smile to her face; he had always teased her about choosing to learn swordsmanship instead of the axe. 'Nothing better than a fine dwarven axe in yer hands, girl.' he always used to say. She shook her head to clear the memories; time enough for that later when she was relaxing with Talen at his tavern. At least he had lived... This is the second (mid level) stage of Ral Partha's 3 stage fighter; I did the low level version a couple of months ago. She can be seen here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/65400-ral-partha-3-stage-female-fighterlow-level/?p=1257120 She was painted for Inarah's end of year paint binge. I have the third (high level) stage as well, I'll paint her up once I figure out where I hid her from myself. I hope you like her.
  5. A long time ago, Ral Partha came out with '3 stage characters'; the same character at low, mid, and high levels. This is the low level female fighter. I have the other 2 as well; you'll see them sooner or later. Standard table top paint job. Let me know what you think.
  6. This is the first Bones II mini I started, although I finished a few others first. She is for a player in one of the games I'm in. The figure doesn't have a name yet, so far as I know is simply called "Highland Heroine", so I am calling her Scáthach after the mythic Scots martial artist who taught Cú Chulainn and gave him her spear. I painted her hair ridiculously red. I also learned a thing or two about plaid while painting her. WIP thread here.
  7. Patrik Strom

    Robert of Carlistle Wall, Red Box Games

    This is Robert of Carlistle Wall from Red Box Games and I'm quite happy with how he turned out. He's one of the RBG miniatures that I've been intimidated into not painting. But since he's apart of my 2015 goals I forced myself to begin. He's one of many Aenglish (the fraction) minis I'm set to paint and I hope to reuse the paint scheme to create some cohesion between the miniatures. I'd like to thank Marsya for tips on the color scheme.
  8. Patrik Strom

    Rollo the Fellhanded, Red Box Games

    This is Rollo the Fellhanded from Red Box Games. I notice now that the pictures contain quite alot of white dots, that's because I did a poor job with the spray on matt varnish. It usually looks much better but on this figure I failed to get a even spray :/ Also the face got abit to much so I had to sort of fix it. It wasn't a master piece before but I do think it looked abit better. But varnishing mistakes aside I'm fairly happy with how he turned out.
  9. Well, at least I didn't Drop THIS one! Have been working on and off on her and finished the painting and sealing last night, got the flock and tufts on so time to show her off! WIP Thanks to Ub3r, Tiniest Rhombus, and Mierot for the Black Base suggestion! Personally, I feel that this is my best work to date. Thanks to all of those people that have been patiently explaining Wet-Blending to me, and all off the PUSH the high lights and shadows comments from everyone!! Comments Welcome! Especially if I missed something else that needs fixing! 8) George Sorry about the pics and back drop, but it is Pathfinder night tomorrow, and the lighting area is on the gaming table, so it wont be set up again until Sunday at the earliest
  10. Chris Palmer

    Trista, The White Wolf (77094)

    This week I painted Trista the White Wolf figure from the Bones I "Heroes" Set. When I started on her, I hadn't yet looked up her name. So, when I decided to go with a red and yellow color scheme, I thought it would be neat to name her "The Red Wolf" (not knowing her real name) and give her red hair. So for my purposes, she's renamed as Trista, the Red Wolf. For the full painting write-up, please see my blog: http://allbonesabout.blogspot.com/2015/07/trista-white-wolf-figure-161-of-265.html
  11. I re-painted this wonderfully sculpted Citadel old school mini from my collection recently. As a kid back in the day, when I first painted this figure, I learned a very important painting lesson - never use oil paints! It never really dried properly & was tacky for months, maybe even years!
  12. I've started to ignore my fear and dive into my collection of Red Box Games miniatures. Here is the warp version of Morgrimn the Mighty!
  13. Patrik Strom

    Boromir, Games Workshop

    Last year I went on a bit of a ebay bender and bought a few of the games workshop LotR-miniatures. Now I only have to get them painted. Here is one of them: Boromir! I can't shake the feeling that my paintjob kind of make him look like a toy. Dunno why.
  14. So in the midst of the hooplah surrounding Bones 3, I decided to post up the mini I finished last night, the lovely Isabeau Laroche. I've actually painted this sculpt of her before, but it was horrendous (or I think so now) so I ordered another copy of her and did her up. I'm much happier with this take on her. She has eyebrows! It's a weird thing to be proud of, but I like how they turned out. I also attempted some freehand on her shield, tossing on the holy symbol of Sol, a deity in my homebrew D&D setting. Anyway, I hope you like her!
  15. I've painted up a few members of my 5e adventuring party, and decided to paint one up for the DM as well. Since we seem to be fighting a lot of undead I decided to go with an undead guy. But lest the GM get too confident, I gave him a "very special" cloak. There's quite a bit of unpainted or just primer spots on the guy, but when the DM saw him on Saturday he couldn't tell it wasn't done. Since I've been in kind of a slump lately, I just fixed a few spots and called him finished. I'm very happy with how the cloak came out, despite the fact that I used ridiculous colors for it. I think it's because I really got a lot of contrast in there, and also while I didn't spend a ton of time blending, I did use more steps than usual which paid off. The base color for the cloak is RMS Breast Cancer Awareness pink (for maximum irony on a skeleton), shaded down to Red Shadow and up to nearly white. As usual, the pictures don't quite capture the right color - it's a pink that leans slightly towards magenta.
  16. How To Get Ahead In Dragon Slaying I love this lady dragon slayer's proud stance & cold hard stare, not one to pick a fight with I think! Apologies for the apparent shininess on the figure, I always give my minis a light Vallejo matt varnish coat which looks fine in reality but sometimes a bit dodgy in photos. Comments & opinions are always welcome.
  17. Pampala

    77313: Hill Giant Krug

    Friendly giant Blurrrrr. Marauding the land, looking for some hugs.
  18. 77035: Deladrin, Female Assassin I've finally got around to painting the figure Annette is using for her current character in my D&D5e campaign. She's a two-sword-wielding leather girl, an ex-sergeant in the forces of the Little Sisters of Carnage — hence the red cloak. Admittedly, at this very instant in the campaign, she, like pretty much everyone else, is pretty much nekkid and have lost nearly all their gear. However, I'm low on character figures that are mostly nekkid and have lost nearly all their gear, so this will continue doing the job until she eventually either gets more clothes and gear, or dies (permanently). It's another Bones plastic figure; don't know the product code it's 77035: Deladrin, Female Assassin by Werner Klocke. For some reason my matte varnish refused to go properly matte on this figure, and I'm not really sure why. It was working last time I used it.
  19. I know there is more I could do with Trista (like take the highlights on her back skirt/cloak thing up), but I wanna move on to other figures. And she's been hitting the table already as a mini for an NPC in my game, soooo I'm calling her done! I did drybrush her and make an attempt at eyes, though the light may have washed out that detail on her face. Working up the nerve to paint larger figures as well.
  20. Marvin

    Piotr Irongale (02659)

    Bobby Jackson's Piotr Irongale. So, yeah. I love spiked chains, for whatever dumb reason. I also like the fishermany vibe of Piotr. I had fun with him. Thanks for looking. All words welcome.
  21. Marvin

    Derek the Dim (Red Box Games)

    Next up another half-orc, and purposefully so this time. Derek the Dim, from Tre Manor's Red Box Games. He was an accidental acquisition, sent by mistake. Tre was kind enough to let me keep him. He wasn't on my radar at all during the Kickstarter, but I fell in love a little, honestly, when I saw him in person. More of my home-brewed orc-ish skin tone on this, though I left him unwashed (heh). Only real thing with which I managed to tickle myself on this one was the rope (him and on Dirk, soon to be posted, both). Don't think it shows in the crappy pictures well, but it actually turned out great on these guys. Thanks for looking. Feel free to comment and critique and what's it alls it.
  22. Judging from the Otherworld Forums wave two of the IndieGoGo campaign is about to be delivered. So I made an effort to finish my last miniatures of wave one. First we have the Elf Male Fighter/Magic User. Secondly the Half Orc Assassin.
  23. Fat King Robert Baratheon from Dark Sword Miniatures. I'm really pleased with how he turned out. It's actually the mini I'm most pleased with in quite a while.
  24. Patrik Strom

    Bronn, Dark Sword Miniatures

    Bronn from Dark Sword Miniatures. I really like this figure. I painted it last year but I wasn’t satisfied with the paint job. I think this one is much better. The face still looks kind of rough but I think it doesn’t look as bad as the photo suggests. A new and old comparison photo.
  25. Patrik Strom

    Brynjar Thorir, Red Box Games

    Brynjar Thorir from Red Box Games. Another atempt to cure my "tre-manor-indimitating-sculpts"-phobia. I'm trying to finally cure it this year. I'm not sold on my coloring but overall I'm satisfied with the result.
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