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  1. I painted up Balto for the little folks beauty contest. It was weird painting a non-Stonehaven Gnome...
  2. I recently started playing a game of 2nd Edition D&D with some friends (not my normal gaming group). As it's my first time playing 2nd Ed. in 15 years, I thought I'd go with something easy. Then I realized no one else wanted to play a mage. So instead I'm playing a Gnome Illusionist. What a great excuse to paint another Gnome!! (and quickly, with his AC of 8 and 5 HP he may not last long). So I present Flizbit von Klaus, Illusionist Extrordinaire! I'd planned to grab a background and take some nicer shots, but forgot and now he's quite shiny with wet sealer (we play tomorrow)
  3. Elliwyn is my entry into the "Little People" Bones Beauty Pagent. I started her at the January meeting of NEMPA and finished her today. (I spent far too long on her for such a silly paint job.) I originally picked the colors to torment Qwyksilver, who was waxing poetic about color wheels at the time. I also originally tried to give her blue skin by mixing the hair color with a skin color, but it just looked too weird, so I painted over it - but not fully, as you can see - for an interesting effect. I mostly dug around in my paint collection for the brightest colors I had. The hair is Sur
  4. This post is a follow-up to A Pair of Very Old Dwarfs and a Very Old Gnome. The best I could come up with for a size comparison was a work-in-progress conversion of a current GW plastic Dwarf warrior model. As you can see, they are pretty similar in size, but the overly-muscled design of the newer dwarfs makes the King look quite the shrimp! I've also included a picture including the newly-finished Queen Asabelle Dragonsmiter, and a group shot of the completed Court-to-date. Thanks for looking!
  5. Second to last wizard I have to paint for Bones 1. He reminds me of one of those mints you get at Olive Garden.
  6. Found this poor guy at the bottom of a pile of figures, I had half finished him years ago and then lost interest in him, he got a reprieve due to me having to wait for another project to finish drying etc so I painted him up in between that one.
  7. Happiest of New Years to you all (if you're into that sort of thing)! With the holidays behind me I hope to get back on track with more frequent posts. Here are three completed models from the Dwarf King's Court set to start off the new year. I was more than a little bit happy to receive that ancient (1982 is pretty venerable if you are 1" tall and made of lead) Citadel Miniatures boxed set for Christmas. My wife scored major points with that one! I have been plugging away at them since tearing the wrapping off, and have finished three so far. They are King Dumin Ironbeard, his bodyg
  8. Too bad she wasnt included in the beauty pageant. Maybe she'll be in the Bones 2 one.
  9. Decided to paint up Balto for the Jan-Feb Beauty Contest, mostly because I knew where he was without having to go downstairs.... Here's day one. Haven't really decided on a hair colour yet. Thinking of going with more natural hair colours for my Reaper Gnomes.
  10. So my quest to paint more gnomes continues, even though it's a very slow process as I don't seem to have so much time to paint at the moment. Here's one I got finished I think last weekend, an old gnome illusionist from TSR. Not the most excellent figure ever sculpted, but I think he's a fun one. More gnomes to follow! I keep thinking too about having a frost giant-athon, but that would probably take a lot longer...
  11. Yes, another Gnome. Who doesn't need more Gnomes?? This guy I'm using for my character in 2nd Ed. campaign I'll be playing with some friends. Should be an interesting contrast with the 5th Ed. campaign I'm running with a different group of friends. It will also be my wife's first time playing D&D at all (she's playing a paladin, and will be painting up 77063: Duke Gerard btw). Here's a quick pic of him straight out of the packaging. I've since cleaned him up and given him a good scrub.
  12. This little guy have been sitting on my shelf basecoated and begging to be finished for about a year now. Since I’m focusing more on my metal miniatures this year, and focusing on getting them done, I picked this up and applied the finishing touches. At first I wasn’t happy at all. The whole paintjob just looked dirty. And not the good kind of “in a dungeon for a while†dirty, but just plain “sloppy paintjob†dirty. I didn’t manage to take it all the way but at the end I’m pretty satisfied with the result.
  13. These are the two figures that I painted for OneBoot as part of her Secret Sophie gifts. She was a blast to paint and I am glad she has good home.
  14. Cecilia, the Hefty Halfling is a D&D bard/fighter character I am currently playing. She once got the party into a fight with killer mushrooms when she tried to collect them for a stew. And when the battle was over, she still made her stew. This is a Bones figure, with minimal prep. I didn't use any primer, but I did glue her to a gaming base, and extended the base she came with into more rock and dirt using green stuff. I missed a mold line or two, but otherwise, she's not too bad. The surface was not as smooth as polished and primed metal, but for a tabletop mini, that's ok.
  15. This is the second Gnome from the Canadian Box-o-goodies. Again thanks to the person that passed these along.. they were a chalenge to paint due to thier very tiny size but excellent detail. I give you the Stonehaven Female Long Gunner Gnome. For those who have never seen these in person, a comparison shot with a bones 89013: Ezren, Iconic Wizard
  16. During the recent travels of the Canadian Box-of-goodies I managed to pull out of it a couple of Stonehaven Gnomes. These things are really tiny and after watching Jasper paint them up I wanted to give them a try. This gave me that chance so many thanks to the person in our loop that passed them on. This is the "Mad Scientist"
  17. I finally finished up my second Stonehaven gnome wizard. A fellow gamer had seen photos of mine and asked me to paint one up for his Forest Gnome Illusionist. I had alot of fun with this project and I quite like how he turned out. I really enjoyed bringing someone else's character to life and this little guy is such fun to paint. Thank you to all my forum members who helped me along the way in my WIP I appreciate all the suggestions and comments, they really help. Here is Dixie complete with a squirrel companion. I used Reaper's squirrel from Familiar Pack IV. Oh and I tried both a
  18. Here is the start of the second Stonehaven Gnome Wizard I am painting. After I finished my gnome I was asked by another gamer to paint one up for his character. Since I enjoyed painting up this tiny gnome the first time I look forward to painting him again. I doubt it will be the last time as I still would like to do a very dark color scheme with a very strong osl flame with gray hair in the future for myself sometime. This time he will look much warmer with lots of browns and worn clothing. I started doing a few mock ups of colors to see what he liked. Here is the ones I came up
  19. Most of you probably saw my version of Stonehaven's Gnome Wizard in the WIP section. Since today is the last day for their half-orc's kickstarter and also since I took a quick photo for scale, rather than revive my old WIP thread I thought I would post him in show off since he is finished. He was painted for an upcoming D&D campaign to represent a forest gnome illusionist. I hope to paint some more character miniatures soon and will try to post them as well when they are finished. I must give credit to all my fellow forum members for helping keep me motivated to finish painting him
  20. I painted a little Stonehaven Gnome aristocrat that I got at gencon.
  21. I just started my Stonehaven Gnome Wizard and was hoping for color advice. I didn't plan out my colors in advance for this one as he was intended to be a quick paint up for an upcoming character for D&D. And now I am a bit stuck for the colors of his shoes, and they are quite the shoes for this little guy. I sat and stared at his shoes for about 30 mins mind you while I should've been actually putting paint on him. I was thinking a dark brown, but I am not sure. What do you guys think? Oh and since we are on color advice what opinions does everyone have on his flame and crystals?
  22. Second one down! Took a bit longer to create an interesting forest base (detailed in my basing thread in the conversions, terrain etc sub). Not at all happy with the eyes, but they were quite wonky depth-wise in the sculpt, and I didn't compensate very well. Pretty happy with him otherwise! Comments appreciated!
  23. Got her in the mail a few hours ago. I'm really bad at waiting for paint to dry. Now my lunch is cold. Long time no see, all! Hope everyone is doing well. :D
  24. Also finished my Gnome Magician:- The blends on the back of his coat could be a little neater, but otherwise I'm really happy with him. Comments and criticisms graciously received.
  25. Rediscovered my Stonehaven Gnomes last week and thought they would make good, simple projects to work on between bigger stuff. First one finished is the Female Knight:- Super pleased with her face and hair, but I feel the rest is pretty average. All comments graciously received!
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