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  1. For him I'm using Orlando theTechnicoloured words from the frothersunite forum, not mine: He could be the dad from another Gobbo from Goblinaid with similiar bad manners... I'm really starting to believe to think my colors and brushes hate me! How did I get the wrong color on the golden head, I made no late minute changes this time. I think I will change the blending of the shirt a little bit, too.
  2. Ok, he has a little unusual skin color. I wanted it a little darker, but let's check what he is telling about how he likes his skin color: Children, do not try this at home or somewhere else under any circumstances! If you do it, don't tell you got it from this post!!!
  3. Yesterday I found time to paint my first goblin from Goblinaid. I need to check later how I can make pictures smaller with paint or does anybody know how to make pictures only for viewing in the forum little smaller until someone click on it? I tried to make NMM Gold the first time, I used Vallejo Heavy Gold Brown and mixed white in it until I had only white. Judge Gob (The pictures are really big. To get an idea how it looks on a table, use CTRL and - to make it smaller and CTRL and + to make it big again)
  4. New company starting up. Only asking for $6,500 and only have a few miniatures and busts for sale. Kind of refreshing to a degree to see. Also everything is already sculpted. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1095811188/olde-world-miniatures-kickstarter They've got an Elf sculpted by Anakron (one of my favorite sculptors) Some cool goblins And some dwarfs, though I know no one cares about them. Some cool busts and a werewolf as well.
  5. My first goblinaid goblin painted. I can't quite remember what mix of greens I used for the skin. I know the basecoat was HD Turf Green. As a side note, the HD colors do work pretty well. One coat over a black primer, and it had good coverage. I was surprised. I tried to use different leather colors for all the different leather bits. The inner bit of his cloak is CDA barbarian leather. Tanned shadow for his loincloth. I used a Scale75 paint for the boots. Not a huge fan. They seperate out pretty badly. I had to open it up and mix it with a barbecue skewer to get it properly mixed. Even then, it was thicker than most mini paints I've used. Even thicker than Citadel paints. The fur accents on the boots and the cuffs are a base of slate grey from Scale 75, with rainy gray drybrushed over. Base on the back of the cloak was dark shadow, with dark skin as the highlight, and Citadel Nuln oil to darken areas. The base was done using Happy Seppuku's broken earth stamp. Primed it black, painted Reaper PP volcano brown into the cracks, and then Ginger Cookie over the top. In hindsight, I probably should have gone with something that was more of a light brown rather than tan. Ah well. Still doesn't look too bad.
  6. All I managed to do during the Thanksgiving weekend was a roundup of primed figures. It is a bit of a mixed bag: all totaled I found six Reaper figures and a motley assortment of others. A lot of them are GW but I am none too sure about the big brown mud [?] elemental. Not pictured above are one additional plastic archer and a female, metal, swashbuckling figure from Reaper (and that is Bloodmane the Gnoll hiding behind the Mud Man or whatever he is). If anybody knows either: a) what, who or who made the Mud Man? b) whether the Coven Witch (next to the dwarf) has a name? ...please post, I would love to know
  7. I originally ordered the worm and werewolf way before the Kickstarter. I was extremely impressed by the quality and the price. Strangely, the worm suffered from the tacky paint issue where the werewolf never did. I use the same paints and primers on everything. I have re-coated a few minis after reading a few suggestions here and found Testors Dulcote does work at coating the minis and removing the tackiness from finished models. I'll be busy painting for the next year..... EDIT: as suggested, these are the minis posted below (in order). 77006: Great Worm 77005: Ogre Chieftain 77009: Werewolf 77038: Hell Hound 89001: Pathfinder Red Dragon 77063: Duke Gerard 89003: Pathfinder Goblin Warrior 77050: Lizardman Warrior 77058: Almaran the Gold, Paladin 77143: Townsfolk: Undertaker 77158: Arrius, Skeletal Warrior
  8. So finally finished this one after having it sitting on my desk for probably three or four months. I started it up with the other two goblins I'd painted but got stuck in the color of his cape of all thing, which is kind of then an anticlimactic ending because it turned out to be a light brown. Four giants and four elves got painted between now and then, but it's finally done. Hopefully you enjoy! I've got tons more goblins to paint, and one of the days I'm going to do a World of Benetton of the Goblin universe, green, yellow, purple, orange, red, maybe a beautiful blue...
  9. I believe this is my 23rd miniature (I think? My brain's fuzzy. I blame the goblin.) Overall I'm happy with the results, though his little toothy maw came out a little funny. I don't know if I over clumped some paint early on, but it seemed like he lost the toothy look that the model has on the product page. Constructive criticism welcome! Votes link (if you are so inclined): Minirater Link
  10. I started to paint my first cyclops today. If someone did this mini and his maste, I would like to see how it was connected with his master. I'm not sure how I will do it in the moment. First picture is little blurry, but I didn't do much, only painted skin and fur in vallejo royals purple: After drying I painted the fur in vallejo pale yellow and used old GW Chestnut ink: He lost his hand while painting him, I think I will use 2-component-glue this time.
  11. Ok, got my bones yesterday and now it's time to paint them! I started by boiling and cooling couple of skeletons and a Pathfinder goblin. It worked and now they're standing straight! So I decided to start my painting marathon (which I think will last for about ten years) by speed painting the straightened goblin to a tabletop quality. I painted base colours straight on with undilluted Citadel paints. This is not a good thing for me 'cause I like to use a wet palette. My paints dry up (slow painter, even when speed painting) and will eventually ruin my brushes. So I think I'll try some spray primer next. After base colours it was mostly few washes and then one highlighting phase. Anyway, here's the goblin. I think many of my Bones won't see paint quality better than this, 'cause I'll approve this for my Pathfinder games =). Next I'll try to spray the skeletons and see what happens! =)
  12. Hey Everybody, I didn't see a "New people say hi here" thread, so I thought I'd feed two birds with one seed and say hi here while also showing some of the very first miniatures I've ever painted (well, as an adult). That's right. Brand new to painting here. I tried it once as a kid but I didn't know what I was doing and only really managed to massacar a few skeletons and vampires with heavy handed use of enamal paints. I should really try to find those figures some day... If only I could, and strip them down and repaint them - a story of redemption - but I digress. Where are the goblins right? well right here!; It's hard to get a good close up with my camera on my phone - but I'm really into this rock. You should probably go ahead and expect to see me pose just about all of my finished minis on it. Ah yes. Blury inability of my phone to take close up shots. Charming. This guy (with the mace) is probably turned out the best of all of them - either that, or the other mace guy. Another blury spear guy. Well at least the guys in the background look cool... right? And here is the whole scouting party. Yes, it's only half of the Goblins from dungeon attack. The other half is being painted by friend/housemate/indentured mini-painting slave, Kya. So anyway, that's that. If you've read this far, Thanks! and Hi! Please reply with your favorite painting "cheat" - You know, some trick you know that saves time, or just looks super cool. I know a little bit, but I can always know more and I really don't know anything. Also take a look at my trade thread over in the kickstarter trade thread (shameless plug, I know).
  13. Knowing no mini which perfectly depicted Paizo's Shadow Gnomes, I chose one of the Bones Goblin Warriors to represent Fred, the Wayang Magus. I have only 2 regrets: That I could never seem to get his teeth the right color of not-white, and that his base remains kinda of bland. Nevertheless, he is ready to freak out my fellow players at my next game.
  14. I still say this guy's oversized for a goblin. I compared him to Reaper's human figures. He comes in at just one head lower than most of them, which, given his stance, would make him a little taller than the average human if he stood up straight. Goblin indeed, sir! Anyway, the WIP thread is here. I have some forgecraft steampunk bases, so I decided that would fit him a little better than building fantasy-style terrain. This is a space goblin, after all. Putting him on there would have been a lot easier if I'd thought about putting him on the base before painting him. Using the saw was a nervewracking affair, and needless to say, some emergency paint repair was needed. He needed some touching up anyway. I added some highlights to his shirt with a mix of linen white and imperial purple, then deepened the shadows with some drakeshade. I also worked over the sword some more, though I don't think it's quite where I'd like it. Still, if I keep fiddling with it, it'll never be done.
  15. So my WIP for this fell apart. I just slapped some paint on fairly quick and it was done in one session in which I forgot to take pictures. The bow and side of the quiver were difficult, as there was no detail to work with and I wasn't feeling particularly creative with it. The skin turned out quite a bit better than it photographs. I used a couple washes of Burning Orange:Midnight Blue over the base coat of Burning Orange. The first wash was more general and something like a 3:1, then a more targeted shadow glaze of 1:2. Then another layer of Burning Orange, followed by a highlight of Highlight Orange and lastly a highlight of Bright Skin.
  16. Since my RPG theme mini is stuck in the Bones-created tear in the fabric of time and space in Denton, I decided to jump on the old orange goblin bandwagon. I knew I had this guy in ze drawer! So far using HD Burning Orange, Woodstain Brown, Regal Purple and Stormy Grey. He's going to be ORANGE (actually, it should tone down a bit with other layers, but who knows?)
  17. So here's the second in my little series of orangey colored goblins. Did a front and a back on again just for fun, hope you all enjoy! As usual the NMM metal kicks my petard, but oh well, at this pace I might actually end up being decent at it in another fifteen to twenty years.
  18. Well, might as well post some of my best stuff. and Sheep-Thing:P Most of my Minis that I'm proud of are ones that I've Mangled...I mean Modified. So here goes nothing... Note: I'm just posting one Pic per Mini so I do not Overload anyones Inter-Webs, hopefully. You can find more pics of each in my PhotoBucket Album linked in my Sig. So that was Sheep-Thing. Made from a couple of DDMs and some fuzzy cotton sheet thing. Was inspired by a player in the Local Encounters group. Her PC was a Tiefling Fire Elementalist that had refluffed her powers as being originating from a Deformed, two-legged Sheep named Snapdragon She had saved. So I made Sheep-Thing for Her. Splug, Goblin Sorcerer and Emergency Ration Supply :P Also, Used for my Goblin Cleric, Itch, that I played during the first Drow themed Encounters Season last year. Itch was Awesome! He had conviced 3 Goblin Minions to follow him at one point. Fed one to an Ogre, One died in battle and the Third, "Meat-Shield #3", Road a Spider that was on Fire into the Drow Torcher Theater as a distraction! Fun Times! Itch was played during the same season as Sheep-Thing was. Behold! My Lazor Beholder! Was a Prize for the DDM Guild Community Draft at GenCon 2012. Another Prize from GenCon 2012 Com. draft. I painted a Clear Plastic DDM Guild rebase as a Shardmind warrior-type. The DDM Elder Blue Dragon Repainted for the 2012 North American DDM Championship! Winner of the Champs won this bugger! Mini is one of the best sculpts in the entire DDM line and seeing it with a decent paintjob proves that. And Damn, that thing took forever to paint! For the "God of War and Tyranny" Bane here originally came with a rather Dinky Mace. So, I fixxed it:P And finally, we have my "Country-Western Cow-Boy":P So, I took a DDM Goristro and Chopped off its Right Arm, repositioned it, then made him a Cowboy Hat, gave him a Tongue and added a little wooden Guitar to his now correctly positioned Arms. GF
  19. So I've finally finished my first orangey colored goblin, using orange brown 9201 as the base color. I've got two more in the wings waiting to finish, but those will I'm sure still take weeks and weeks. Took a back and front picture, and tried to keep colors in the spirit of the AD&D Monster Manual: "Goblins range from yellow through dull orange to brick red in skin color. Their eyes are reddish to lemon yellow. They dress in dark leather gear, and their garments tend towards dull, soiled-looking colors (brown drab, dirty greay, stained maroon)." The only thing I really didn't go for was that soiled look, but the colors seems to kind of fit. Anyway, more goblins to come later...
  20. So having found some Tangerine Goblin Skin in my Ral Partha paints, I decided to try some out. I started two gobbers while waiting for my still MIA Ogre, and not knowing how much time I had before The Big Guy showed up I decided to focus on one and finish him. So he's out of the Ral Partha TSR AD&D line, and here he is:
  21. This character is a slightly modified version of Wyrds Raphael LaCroix that I painted up for a buddy's Gobber Sniper character in our Iron Kingdoms RPG (the new version). Love painting him up as the character is very expressive but the coat, especially around the arms, is really a jumbled mess--which is a surprised considering how well the rest of the mini is sculpted. Also wish I would have modded him further for the rifle it be strapped along his back as there's no good place for a pin that would help it stay in his hand it it broke out about 4 times on me (three times tonight alone). The base really stretched what I've done before and I'm quite happy with how it came out as I was really trying to add as much character as I could to it without making it a strong focal point. I used a lot of pigments and washes to create about 90% of the colors. C&C is always welcome.
  22. Hello everybody. It's been a pleasure and honour to be able to watch and learn from you guys' submissions. And it's been fun for me to give my undeserved criticism to your amazing paints. These were the first minis I ever painted (this was back in December). They were painted with a box of Tamiya paints which I've since discarded. They are set in Freebooter inset/lip bases. The fish bones were created with a ring I bought for $1 in Shanghai. This ring has a cut-out of a fish, and I stamped it into milliput to get this effect. It's probably evident that I was more concerned with getting the paint in the right spots than I was with the consistency and thickness of the paint. I also learned a lesson about what happens when you decide it's a good idea to paint with pure black out of a 10 year old Testors bottle. I'm not particularly proud of these, but I have no plans to repaint them because they're my first minis! :) I seem to have lost the 4th guy, but I'm sure he'll turn up somewhere. Without further ado, les gobelins!
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