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  1. I repainted this DDM figure to go along with my other Bones goblins. He's pretty close to the right size, and he adds a little variety to the group.
  2. Hi! I made 8 orcs and goblins for umbra turris, polish skirmish game, its my second comission, and first greenskins in my career:). I would say they are made in tabletop + standard, it was about 16 hours of work.
  3. Some goblins! John Manor's Goblin Warriors. (That's Tre, right?) I really dug the savageness of these little fellows. I especially love the bunny. Thanks for looking!
  4. Finally got a good chunk of my Dark Hold goblins painted up, from their last KS project. I believe the wizard and barbarian are my favorites, followed by the lady goblin with the knife. Didn't realize those were boobs until I started painting them! The orange-hooded goblin is pretty hideous, I must admit, but I accidentally discovered UT Volunteer orange and had to leave him. Thanks for looking!
  5. I'm technically sneaking ahead a bit, but I'm going to start painting one of the Hearthstone Redcaps really soon (the guy on the left with the sword). He broke in two pieces right at the knees (end of tunic), and instead of trying to glue him back together, I decided to try a water effects base. [PLACEHOLDER for photo] I've started on the base today, because I had some painting time for the first time in forever (I also did some other basing stuff that I'll post elsewhere in show-off when done. This weekend probably). I decided to try my heavy body gel from Liquitex as my water effect.Because I wanted this too look kinda swampy, I decided to originally paint the base an olive colour. I then went over it with some medium, and a mix of that olive, and some inks (1:1:1:1): phthalo green (yellow) and burnt umber. It's quite a nice colour, actually. I'll probably re-use it. Then when that dried, I put some heavy body gel medium on top and tried to create the sense of movement . It should keep some ridges that I can then paint faintly to suggest the ripples created by the redcap wading in the water. It's only been an hour, so you get an in-process drying photo, which shows a bit of the green underneath. I think it gives a good idea of what it will look like, and I'm pretty pleased with it so far. Pretty easy so far. We'll see how it looks at the end. Looks like I forgot to take a pic of the post olive mix, but it didn't change the colour too much.
  6. GOBLINS. So many goblins. I had a scenario to run and it needed more goblins than I had. Hence the clear solution: paint more goblins. I haven't had much time for painting (or the arm for it, hooray tennis elbow) so these guys got painted in about three hours I think, with just enough lead time for me to throw three coats of sealer on them prior to game time. My existing goblins had black broccoli bases and this scenario was set in snow, so they got white bases. Since the players were going to be stuck with them for a while, I wanted to color-code them and ended up doing that with their clothing, et al. The lucky ones got some rough attempts at wood grain on their weapons.
  7. So I went to Reapercon last year for the first earlier this year. Had a great time, learned a lot and hung out with some of the coolest people. What I didn't do was enter the paint contest. Remember the picture or all of the forumites holding their trophies and certificates and medals? I wasn't in there, I was taking the picture. So klarg and Cash and Monkeysloth bullied me and had me swear upon pain or stealing my booze (they said they would release my Kraken) and made me promise to enter something next year. So I will. But me being me, I don't intend to make it easy on myself. Oh no, I'm way too much of a masochist for that. So not only am I going to enter, I'm going big. How big you ask? Well, it's going to be my first contest entry of any type. My first resin miniature to boot. My first display base too. Hmm, still too easy. I know, 'll make it a tribute to a forum member. Which one? Let's go with the Forum Mascot! What kind of display base; dungeon, dumpster, stanky sock pile? Hell no! Surface of the moon baby! While I just may be clinically insane, I'm not stupid. I'll need help along the way. Not only with pulling this off but keeping me motivated during the practically guaranteed disasters that will occur along the way. Feel free to comment, brainstorm and critique. It's practically impossible to hurt my feelings. I'm my own harshest critic. Buckle up, it's gonna be a bumpy ride. Here's the basis for the figure; sixteen wondrous pieces of resin. I'll need a sharper knife.
  8. This came out of the good will box. I have no idea who made it. does anyone know? First I thought it was a dwarf and gnome, but I went with goblins instead. I tried to get 2 different players to use this as their concept, but neither was buying. the second is now playing a gnome cavalier on a small hippo - so its not like he rejected it for silliness. As goblins I will find a way t o use them as enemies.
  9. Finally got this one off my 'shelf of shame'. Pretty pleased with him overall, could've used a little more metallics on his rusty spearhead though. Any comments and criticisms are, as always most appreciated.
  10. Here are some guys I painted up, unfortunately too late, for the PF game I was running the end of last year. I kind of decided, after painting their feathers with Nightmare Black (from the Halloween ghoulie bags), that their clan would be the Blue Crows. Seemed fitting. These were my first PF goblins to paint. They were quite fun. All by Ben Siens. I really love the goblin commando--just a great sculpt. I kind of love goblin dogs, too. Not exactly a goblin dog, but still. I really tried to make him gross With the Bones guys, these were my first Bones painted using Liners to "prime" the figures. I loved the results on that front and will be sticking with it. I liked what it did for the paint going on after it both in terms of how it looked and how it felt--seemed to really knock out the tacky feel. I could be totally wrong, but it really seems to me like the brown and gray liners work better, or at least stick to the Bones better. But anyway. Thanks for looking!
  11. Hi all, Here is a little conversion work I had fun building. Presenting the Pathfinder Goblins on Giant Spider. This piece is made of a StarWars Knobbly Spider ; on which I built up a little Howdah with coffee stirrers, toothpicks & random bits ; I tamed the spider with a dollar store chain and then added a lots of Bones Pathfinder Goblins Warriors and Pyro. (Very fun little characters). Here is a quick Work in Progress shot of the Howdah being built. And in the end, this massive spider fits reasonably well with my GW goblin spider riders... C&C Welcome
  12. Of course, I had to continue on the Fantasy Gladiators project. First we have some converted Orcs, using Warhammer bits with Eastern Front Studio heads. The Scizore style fellow (inspired by Warcraft's Kargath Bladefist) uses a Pathfinder Bones Goblin spear or sword I had lying around, that fit perfectly. The teeny fellow is a Mantic Orcling who just seemed to fit in the armor style...and you know what they say about Goblins. The littler, the nastier.
  13. I wanted to create a fairy tale atmosphere for an unusual subject. Goblins don't get much love but they don't see themselves as evil creatures. So I give you the proud hero of Goblin town, slayer of 20 men, keeper of the shiny armor and his faithful charger Bert. His armor was a test of the Scale 75 nmm sets, which I love and the rest was done in badger paints and ghost tints with some GW washes. ETA: Sculpted by Bobby Jackson
  14. After spending quite a bit of time on my friends sons chaos terminator last week I switched back to the old ral partha goblins. Nice and quick to paint this is 3 of 5 ( no he is not a Borglin). C&c wanted and thanks in advance.
  15. Finally--FINALLY--finished the Goblin War Band on which I started a month and a half ago, before we moved. Reaper stuff, sculpted by Ben Siens. These are sculpts I really love--I've got some PF goblins headed my way, and they're cool, but I really dig the more traditional take. Or, at least, that seems more traditional to me, anyway. I likes 'em. I don't know how well these are going to show, but I feel like I had some measure of success with these. I didn't over-highlight, at least not with the super-whitened green like I did with the orcs, while back. I used the same home-mixed green for these guys, but highlighted with a much more yellow mix of green. I'm really pleased with them in person, and am told the details are showing well, but I'm afraid the pictures might be losing it some. Hopefully this isn't a total waste of everyone's time. I'm having to figure out new lighting and everything for photographing my minis. And, I mean, I supposed I could wait until I get another, movable, lamp, but I'm way too excited for that. But yeah. Here we go: Thanks for looking! Any input or advice you have about anything is totally welcome.
  16. The Pathfinder artistic style is pretty cartoonish, and that doesn't always work, but I quite like their version of goblins — they're like little bipedal piranha with an attention deficit disorder. Not stupid, exactly, but definitely with poor impulse control. This little guy is about 18mm to the top of his little flat head, not counting the thickness of the base. I have a few more ( another seven, I think). I got them from Reaper's first BonesKickstarter; it's one of the 89002: Pathfinder Goblin Pyros set
  17. Rushed to finish this guy before I go out of town for the weekend may strip and reprint.
  18. I think this was my 6th completed mini. Done in October last year. I love this scuplt. Love. It. I want another one. It's hard to make out but the drum is made of bone and flesh. He looks so happy about it to. His name is Gary and he would like to thank that poor hapless bard he murdered for the awesome maracas. He was done with craft paints cause that's all I had at the time. Comments and constructive criticism welcome
  19. After finishing a mini and then stripping it today because it didn't look right I needed some relaxation and painted this that a friend passed to me to paint and yes it brought back memories. Critique please.
  20. A miniature from my past (repainted now though). It was found together with a bunch of other miniatures dating back to when I started painting, before I took a long hiatus from the hobby. I should have had the presence of mind to take a picture before I stripped the old paint job to compare, but the old paint job wasn't really worth it :)
  21. -The Goblin Gunslinger- In the dead of night the Goblins invade the sleepy little town of Sandpoint, unleashing howls of glee and lighting fires as they come rushing in on their war dogs! Raphael LaCroix and another of his companions spot what appears to be easy prey, a female walking alone on the streets looking around worriedly. They quickly dismount their dogs and rush forward to attack, the female pulls forth a weapon of some sort, it flashes and a split second later there's a loud BANG! LaCroix's companion falls to the ground in pain as blood wells on his shoulder, the goblin shrugs and rushes in, his weapon cutting a vicious line of red into the human's leg causing her to squeal in pain. They trade blows back and forth, she keeps trying to aim the weapon at him and he keeps moving and dodging, finally he is able to cut her down... He takes her peculiar weapon and rushes back out of the city and into the night.... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Model: Raphael LaCroix Manufacturer: Wyrd Miniatures, Malifaux Material: Pewter Scale: 25mm WIP: Can be found starting here. I painted this guy up for one of my Pathfinder group members, the story above tells how his Spellslinger PC died at the hands of this Goblin and the GM in a moment of inspiration decided that since he got killed by a lowly goblin that he'd get to play this NPC turned PC as a gunslinger. I went for high table-top quality and hope that is what I achieved with this attempt. C&C Welcome and Appreciated, thanks for looking!
  22. Some quick jobs I did for my Pathfinder Jade Regent campaign. 77016 Rats: These guys had a lot more highlighting visible, but the brush-on sealer kind of killed it. Maybe I can rescue with a shot of dullcoate? 77024 Goblins: I color coded the goblins to make it easier for me to figure out who was attacking who! They were washed with GW Agrax Earthshade and then I ran out of time, so I sealed them without putting back midtones or highlights. My group didn't seem to mind, though. Sorry the pics aren't the best quality, I haven't made a lightbox yet and I still use my Galaxy S2 to take all my photos!
  23. Here's what I've been working this week. It's tiny. Almost too tiny. I had to break out my goose neck magnifier to go along with my visor in order to really get a good look at the results of my painting. I initially painted the skin pale lichen with a glaze of Citadel Color Dark Green Ink ( from the mid 80's I think I still have about half of a 10ml dropper bottle left) mixed w/ Liquitex Airbrush Medium and a touch of Slo-Dri Fluid Retarder. It wound up being too shiny for my liking, so I glazed back over it with highlands and jungle moss. His tongue is actually base coated w/ a bright coral and pale lichen mix glazed over bright coral. The fangs are shield brown and sandy brown mixed up through linen white. The armor and shield are based w/ shield brown then glazed w/ a mix of pelican 56 brown ink thinned w/ airbrush medium, followed by a glazed on mix of shield brown/ sandy yellow . Once again the ink is too shiny so I'll be going back over that with a more matte paint. His surcoat is red brick highlighted up with linen white. The human skulls will probably be painted w/ the bone colors triad while the animal skull (I guess it's a dog) in the ivory bone triad. The braid of hair is sandy yellow. Not sure how I'll treat this. Maybe mix it with a warm grey to give it a dead dirty look. His claws with probably be painted black. The spear haft is I think blackened brown with a shiny slathering of the aformentioned ink concoction darkened with the green ink. The sword, helm spear head and other various metal objects... no idea yet as to how I'll be painting those. And finally Dogsbane's unshown namesake... I'm thinking either a Lassie or an Old Yeller color scheme. I'll have to do some research as to which color combination would look best on the piece. Odd's are it'll probably be Lassie's. I've put about three and a half hours into this little piece so far and I have no idea how many more til I finish. Hopefully no more than twenty, counting the base I have yet to start. Well, hope you guys are entertained and/or enlightened even ever so slightly. Comments suggestions and such are always welcome. edited: don't you just hate missing a spelling error? I know I do.
  24. These are: GA14 Warren Beattie's Goblin with Huge sword GA15 Jo Brumby's Goblin with axe
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