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  1. Yesterday, I wrapped up the final touches on quite a few miniatures that arrived via Kickstarter this November. I thought the first gallery should be the simplest, and it's just a few of the promo pieces from TAG's recent "Halfling Rooster Riders" project. First, we have the Drunken Halfling Bard, who I have been wanting since his green first went up as a fan project: And a Dwarf Floozy to accompany him:
  2. I was still learning how to take pics with the new camera, but these came out pretty good. Killed my eyes painting this after another very small Tengu model, but she is was worth it. Originally I was hoping my friend could use it in his Dragon Island campaign, but she did not make it into the story. Really pretty model though, love the pose.
  3. The hobbits from Games Workshop's Lord of the Rings line. Frodo Merry (I think)
  4. So, I had a dolly I had tried and it worked fairly well, so I decided that using dollies was a pretty nifty time saver. To that end, I have started into the process of making myself six specific dollies that I can then cast as often as I need them. From left to right, I have halflings, dwarves, and humans. I'll be making one for each gender in those races. Of course, the human dolly can double for elves or half-orcs (maybe even kitsune or nagaji, if needed). The halflings will work well for gnomes or wayangs or goblins. The dwarves...well, they're probably just going to be for dwarv
  5. The Heroines in Sensible Shoes Kickstarter was the first Oathsworn set I picked up, and I found them greatly inspiring. I tried out some new techniques; I flocked around the entire rim of the base due to their shape, and tried out a new method for fire. Not sure how I liked the end result on the fire, and I'll see how much flock lies on my shelves before I judge that. First, my favorite of the set, the Half-Orc Barbarian: The Human Fighter: A Wee Folk Rogue...she's billed as a Halfling, but I mean, c'mon, she's wearing shoes (sensible ones at that).
  6. As you are probably already aware, there is an official Middle-earth D&D 5e setting being released this Summer by Cubicle 7. This will no doubt create strong demand for figures for people's campaigns. I've noticed there are numerous figures already in production that will adapt well. The orcs in KS3, the Mountain Troll in KS2 (a tad Jackson-esque, but perfect for a big Olog-Hai or the like: MORE OF THESE!), the ogres in KS3 (perfect Tom, Bert, and William-MORE PLEASE!), the Balor from KS2 makes a passable Balrog (assuming Balrogs have wings), many dwarves, etc. This is only natural, as
  7. Finally finished something off! Unfortunately, it's just a phone camera photo! I'll post a better pic once I get my camera back from my friend, but I thought this wasn't too bad for a phone attempt. Had a lot of fun trying out a new hair colour. New Photos! Only took me a year and a half...
  8. I was inspired to paint this model on top of this base, pure due to her triumphant pose and her size. Not entirely happy with the face (my Bones version was a little lumpy) and my x-acto knife job on her boots, but she was a lot of fun anyway!
  9. Over the weekend I finished up Ingrid, Female Gnome from the Bones 1 Kickstarter's Half-Sized Heroes set. I pulled her out of the pile because I wanted to get another Thief figure painted up for Frostgrave. I didn't realize she was a Gnome when I selected her, so I painted her up as a Halfling. I thought the object in her hand, from the way she is holding it extended, looked like it was supposed to be some sort of magic light source; like the Phial of Galadriel in The Lord of the Rings. So, I had to have a nice debate with myself as to whether I was going to attempt serious Object
  10. Quick tabletop job for a friend. Crappy pictures as I did not have time to get out the good stuff so my Table War case and iPad had to stand in. Coat looks off in the photos as my friend requested a shimmery coat so I did a metallic wash. In person it looks fantastic.
  11. I recently started watching the series "Vikings" and love the idea of shield maidens. Of course, the only thing that could make a shield maiden cooler is to have shield maiden who's a Halfling :=) I went for leather armor with chain mail pieces across the...chest areas...and hanging from the waistline. I also did thin lines to show that the shield is made of separate planks of wood. Since taking these pictures, I've made her feet slightly larger (because she's a Halfling after all) and I redid her right thumb. Comments, critiques, and kudos always welcome!
  12. How is he going to shoot that bow with a sword in his hand?
  13. This commission ended up not being a very tall order. I made short work of it.
  14. Hello everyone! I recently started painting miniatures after playing D&D for a short period of time and needing some figures for me and my partner. So, this is my very first attempt at painting miniatures! I found it really exciting and have painted up some more since these two, but I would still love to get some comments on these. (I am sorry if the pictures aren't great, I live in Sweden and daylight is rare this time of year...) Both was painted with craft acrylics at first, so the colours might not be great. I fixed the face of the halfling after purchasing some Citadel
  15. I would love to throw this little guy into one of my adventures.. if I got to have adventures anymore.
  16. So, I'm working on my sculpting and have lots of little projects I'm doing. Therefore, it seemed to make more sense to just do a running journal of my work rather than individual posts on each piece as I go. Please feel free to offer any input, advice, constructive criticism, or praise. The first piece I'm showing is an inquisitor gal I did for a character I use when my daughter practices GMing Pathfinder games. I went with a corset around the cliché inquisitor robe as I wanted her to have some of the expected look, but with her own twist on it. I also went with a skirt under the coat t
  17. Hi, I'm continuing my journey to paint the miniatures for the board game Dungeon Saga. This time I completed the expansion "the Tyrant of Halpi". For this expansion, the heroes are facing a dragon and its thralls. So of course, there is a dragon to paint and 2 new heroes: a Halfing Thief and a Human Paladin. (That Halfling! She is so Tiny!!! It almost feels like painting a 15mm scale) As usual, the objective was efficiency for tabletop quality. For the dragon, I experimented with speed painting / laziness on a big figure. I wanted to see how many steps I could skip and still end
  18. Well, I finally finished this tiny guy up. Cell phone camera photos...
  19. Presenting Vito Vendetta, the undead Halfling mobster from Micro Art Studios Wolsung. Painted him purely to try out my new rust paints on his chains, probably should've chosen something simpler for a first attempt, but I think they turned out pretty good, as has the mini overall. As always, any comments or criticisms are greatly appreciated.
  20. I wasn't sure where to put this. I'm organizing my pictures of the minis I painted this year for the eventual year's end round-up come next January. Meanwhile, I put together a graphic of all the halflings and gnomes I painted for the paint-a-Bones-halfling-or-gnome challenge last January (and a few stragglers in February). I don't remember what the challenge was actually called, sorry. But it was the first and so far the only painting challenge I've tried. There are a few Reaper metal figures here too. Anyhow, I'm rather pleased with how they came out, particularly given the sh
  21. Hi! Today i finished Lem for my friends birthday, miniature is for our d&d campaign. Base from microartstudio, and gold is nmm. Very nice miniature for painting. Comments are welcome.
  22. I think these are what's next for me to practice on. Only way to get better is to keep putting paint to mini!
  23. Hi !!! A really quick paint for a excellent mini from Bobby Jackson :
  24. As those keeping score at home surely must know by now, I loooove Sandra Garrity's work. Elia Shadowfeet, Female Halfling Thief, is a fantastic mini, innit? I was pretty happy with how mine turned out, here. Thanks for looking.
  25. Painted for the June resolutionary challenge, I submit to you 1 halfling archer made by Grenadier 30+ years ago. Please let me know what you think.
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