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  1. Still not tired of re-skinning this thing. This is my third: the Pathfinder Red dragon painted up as a Green dragon. I did one in typical / classic red a long time ago, I just did one in white last month, and now I present...green! This cast was a little wobbly / uneven. Pronounced mold line down the middle and the eyes were pretty lumpy. No biggie - for the price it is an amazing mini, and it is easily one of my favorite Reaper Bones productions. Dominant color is green, obviously, and more specifically it's the "Warm Green" triad. It's otherwise all reaper paints ex
  2. He was a lot of work. like a lot. im glad he’s done.
  3. Started painted minis over the course of the last year for DnD Rise of Tiamat. Not an artist but I’ve enjoyed it.... Blightfang (green) was first, then Cinder (red), and last was Narthrax (blue).
  4. With my bride away on a work trip this week, I decided to try to squeeze in a kinda big project... and after dithering about what it should be, I settled on painting one of my many Bones dragons. Blightfang was actually a main antagonist in a D&D campaign I ran a while back... so that's the one I decided to paint! Tonight was spent scrubbing him down, after he'd spent the day soaking in soapy water. I partly glued him together, and then got painting with Green Liner. I'm only partly assembling him, so that I can more easily access the harder to reach spots.
  5. 77329: Silver Dragon identifying as a green dragon.
  6. Sorry for the 'batch' aspect, but... it is indeed a batch submission of some of the last pieces coming out of the production line for Septembre and October. I couldn't really decide which one to post so here you go :)
  7. a couple of table top dragons, nothing fancy just trying to clear my big box of minis, so I can buy more. I am hoping to put Ebonwrath on stone pillars in the middle of a swamp setting. like he/she? is standing on a collapsed bridge drooling acid into the water. c&c welcomed
  8. Hey guys, I have another mini to show off! This time, I used the Pathfinder Red Dragon (89001), but painted it up as a green! C&C's always appreciated! Hope you like it!
  9. I do not know if Narthrax is male or female but as I worked on it, I began to refer to it as she and named her Beastie. She is a great dragon with fantastic scale detail and I had a blast painting her and doing her base. The base is a block of wood that I carved the pond area into. I attached the integral base and built up the cork around it and the resin columns and faces (which you can barely see in the photos. The picture I had of my mind was ancient ruins near a jungle pond. The columns are from Screct Weapon, the faces from Scibor, and the plants are from Kamizukuri that I got from Hangar
  10. This is my first really big dragon from the Bones II kickstarter. He is the dragon from Dragons Don't Share.... Nathavarr. I painted him as a green dragon defending his treasure hoard. I hope you like! Mu apologies for the pictures as I do not have a good backdrop to take them against so they tended to be a little washed out. Once I get a good non-reflective backdrop large enougfh I will take more pictures. WIP is here (it has a special backdrop at the end under a spoiler take) http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/63532-nathavarr-dds2-as-a-green/?p=1194334 now f
  11. This young fire dragon ended up being my first dragon ever painted. Though he's called a 'young fire' I thought it was pretty open to interpretation what type of dragon he was and decided to paint him as a young green dragon. The mister suggested parchment wings to give him some contrast. I think maybe he thought I'd go lighter on the webbing in its wings, but I'm okay with it since I think it's a nice complimentary color to the green. This one really tested my skill. His scales were too small and too close together to just use layers like I usually do everywhere. I was forced to drybrush, whi
  12. I decided to paint the Fire Dragon as a green dragon for a friend for a birthday present. I wanted to prove I could use red and green brightly and not make it look too much like christmas! Hah! Take that, color theory! I had some extra putty left over from the basing so I used it to make the little snake in the last pic. The base is mostly cork sheets courtesy of Talespinner with some gravel and rocks. The tree is a twig with birch seed leaves. The fern in the front is etched brass from Hasselfree- that stuff is fantastic and so realistic! Highly recommended! The other plan
  13. I've seen it done in orange, red, and blue. I decided to try it in green. I'm fairly pleased with him. :-) I would have done pictures in a light box, but it was late and he's going to work tomorrow to sit on my desk. :-) He's a bones mini. I tried priming it with krylon dual, bug it was a bit tacky. I dusted it with Armory primer and it was fine. Working with something so light made manipulating it for painting angles easy, but it was a bit too easy to accidentally flex the wings when I bumped it.
  14. Hi all! this is my end of the year "here be dragons" diorama contest entry, fresh off the paint table this morning. this mini was salvaged from a three year stay at the shelf of shame and was begging to be worked on. the contest was a perfect excuse to do just that. originally i had been over ambitious with the level of detail work i wanted to do, and a thousand scales later and it hit the shelf. to get it how i had envisioned it (each scale as a gem) was just too much work and at the time my skill with that technique was much worse. over time the age of the PJ showed. i briefly considered s
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