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  1. Mini number 8 completed This is Semira Marise, the last of my Hasslefree minis, made by Kev White, though I'll try and get some different photos of her, as these have come out a tad strange. Paints used... Citadel -White Scar -Kislev Flesh -Khorne Red -Nuln Oil -Seraphim Sepia -Druchii Violet -Blood for the Blood God -Leadbelcher -Runelord Brass -Auric Armour -Caledor Sky? -Mechanicus Standard Grey P3 -Cold Steel -Bloodtracker Brown -Thamar Black -Umbral Umber -Menoth White Highlight I decided to paint her as the dignified priestess, who had perhaps summoned my two succubi, or something =] so she's all wise and stuff. Sadly, you can't see her eyes in these shots, which is all the more annoying as I was rather pleased with them, haha. Lotsa Blood for the Blood God, because one doesn't simply summon demons without getting one's hands dirty, and her lovely white robe... Well, it was once a white robe. I painted her pristine in white scar, then put lots of dirt on with nuln oil and seraphim sepia, and then bloodied her up some. Now I'm all outta unpainted minis, bar finishing off Ebonwrath, until my next order arrives :O but hopefully, that'll bring me my lovely Nethyrmaul and a few other bits and bats too.
  2. Also recently completed are a group straight out of the swamp. To start, some group shots, which nicely show how darn tiny the Stonehaven Grippli and Hengoyokai are.
  3. A few months ago I attended a little two-day workshop, which was hosted by a talented Swedish commission painter named Martin Lindblom (http://amongtheway.com). This little event was sooo much fun for me, it's actually the first time I've ever painted in the company of others, and I'll certainly try to attend more of these types of things in the future. The workshop was centered mostly around two themes: "NMM" and "skin tones", and everyone got to bring their own mini. I chose Wolf, a mostly naked dude with a big sword from Hasslefree Miniatures. This was the first time I attempted NMM, and I had time to try both steel as well as a little gold on the hilt of the sword; it was really nice to have a teacher present to help me figure out where to put the shadows and highlights as I worked. It was a lot of fun to try this out, and I'm happy with the results I got. Honestly, I think my preference for most painting is still TMM as I think by my hands it looks a bit more realistic (Martin, as can be seen at his webpage I linked above, can of course achieve some absurdly realistic looking NMM). I could definitely see myself using this if I wanted a more over-the-top look though, like on a heroic paladin's sword or something. Hope you like him, and C&C is of course always extremely welcome!
  4. A week or so ago, I ordered two of HassleFree's succubi, and they arrived yesterday. I think they're rather delightful and their faces are a lot more attractive in person than they are on their site, and they also reminded me strongly of the succubi from the Witcher saga... As such, I decided to paint them in a similar style =] and this means I had the joy of working out how to paint on their lovely tattoos. Now, for me, that's a hella lot of lines, and I wasn't at all sure I could fit those on a 28mm succubus, so I toned it down a bit and simplified, but still kept them in mind. So here they are Links because nekkidness! Front view brown hair - https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpf1/v/t1.0-9/11855743_10153275899278451_3136857862486282823_n.jpg?oh=9dfbd1eb09e4d8f99d9f13bed5291a19&oe=56442481 Front view black hair - https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpf1/v/t1.0-9/11902509_10153275899423451_9063846744392746276_n.jpg?oh=d015febb26aec8dc350ecd10b8396c03&oe=563DC7E7 Front view both - https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpa1/v/t1.0-9/11219659_10153275899053451_5030764017597828383_n.jpg?oh=38afb442732f199a2ca1f5fc74057b45&oe=5680D96B Other angles... Side 1 - https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfp1/v/t1.0-9/11885269_10153275899148451_2650393515447253633_n.jpg?oh=fab23a0a58d21b9c76005f5cdd92f093&oe=567DE970 Side 2 - https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xft1/v/t1.0-9/11866461_10153275899228451_7188832871826370197_n.jpg?oh=dcd3a56b21e4e34dfd70910f96caeaa2&oe=566F0A1F Other angles... Side 1 - https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfp1/v/t1.0-9/11896263_10153275899368451_5920749893312202338_n.jpg?oh=eecdaa66f4128701a54aea0ef2bafbe5&oe=5643785F Side 2 - https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xtf1/v/t1.0-9/11863266_10153275910493451_7311806281845614630_n.jpg?oh=c3225b04e0e22a93962397a5ef860dc7&oe=56379A95 Now, the brown haired madam was painted with the following... Citadel -Kislev Flesh -Seraphim Sepia -White Scar -Nuln Oil P3 -Bloodtracker Brown -Umbral Umber -Menoth White Highlight =] And the blacked haired one with... Citadel -Kislev Flesh -Flayed One Flesh -Nuln Oil -Mechanicus Standard Grey -Seraphim Sepia -White Scar -Drakenhof Nightshade P3 -Thamar Black -Menoth White Highlight So yar =] there they be. I tried putting a bit of a wash on the tattoos on the black haired one, but I think ultimately it just messed it up =[ I liked it a lot more before I did that, and I've not the energy to correct it all today... It's not too bad now though, as I did correct some of it.
  5. Parodius

    Alicia

    Hi ! Just a little commision work for friend :
  6. This is other diorama I did for ReaperCon. This is a sequel to a diorama I entered called "Shopping" which was inspired by a WWII photograph taken in Villars Bocage during the Normandy invasion. Unintentionally it used the same three female troopers I picked out for this one. The dumpster is from Armorcast and comes two to a pack. A couple of minis were sacrificed to get the boots. The brickwork is from an O Scale modular wall set from DPM (I think), the sidewalk is S scale from Bar Mills Models and everything else is scratchbuilt. This one featured my first attempt at graffiti and though most of it is hidden behind the dumpster I think it came out pretty well. I wanted to do more but I was running really short of time at that point, like I needed to leave for the airport short of time. Sally White picked this one out for the best Hasslefree entry at the competition. Sally wrote quite a bit on the back of the Gift Certificate on why she choose one over the other. There were four on the short list, I know one of them was done by CutebutPsycho (for the freehand) and the other finalist was done by Corporea (that would be the 40mm Artemis I believe). Here is the original "Shopping" Diorama And yes this one suffers from being to large. I had a plaque and I decided I had to use it. I could have done this in half the space and it would have been better. A classic lesson in practice what you preach.
  7. Hasslefree's Lenore (HF087) as Sheila, the Thief from the Dungeons & Dragons Animated Series. As always, C&C welcome!
  8. Another one I finished before coming out here, where I can't paint: Hasslefree's Blanche (resin master). As always, C&C welcome!
  9. I wanted to share this mini. It's among my top ten favorite miniatures that I have gotten. Just so morbid and horrible. In the style of the Braindead movie. :) Linked offsite due to a nipple showing. See it here.
  10. A while ago I painted up a miniature to represent one of my buddies character in our Pathfinder game (link). The character is Fidrak, an Abyssal Bloodrager, which basically means he's a barbarian who draws his strength and rage from the demonic blood in his veins. Now one of the quirks of this demonic blood is that when the character reaches 4th level, he will be able to increase in size (as per the enlarge person spell) whenever he enters a rage (in other words... HULK ANGRY!!!). I therefore decided to paint up a mini to represent this bigger, better and badder version of the character. The miniature I chose is the ogre Mjolnir Haxelfrei, who was sculpted by Kev White for Hasslefree Miniatures, although I replaced his sword and shield with an axe to fit the character he's meant to represent (the axe is from a Big Boris mini from Heresy Miniatures). If you think it looks like he's swinging that axe like a frickin baseball bat, that's the look I was going for with my conversion. I really dig the dynamic pose of this mini, Kev White knows what he's doing, and I can just see him wading through a horde of enemies. Even though this is meant to be a gaming piece, I therefore decided to have a little fun with the basing, which also gave me the opportunity to try out some blood and gore effects. Hope you like him; I had a ton of fun painting this guy up! "You wanna piece too, pretty boy?" The unfortunate guardsman who happened to be standing in the path of our dear Fidrak is from Otherworld Miniatures, and he's drawing his last shuddering breath sprawled out on a 50mm base from Dragon Forge Design. A shot of the character before and after hulking out. Size doesn't matter? Yeah right.
  11. My first Hasslefree miniature, Benn. Sculpted by Kev White. I saw this guy and immediately feel in love. Was a very fun mini to paint, and I was happy with how he came out. Another likely to be based later and left sitting on a white tab. Me no bueno. Thanks for looking. Feel free to, you know, stuff.
  12. Here is my first attempt to paint up a Hasslefree Miniature. I painted the Hasslefree Barwench up to add another figure to my fantasy villagers. I also gave her head band a try at freehand. And here we go: Thanks for any C&C you feel inspired to give.
  13. A co worker of mine is a huge Elvis fan. So I made this for his collection. Uhuhuh, you'd better like muh songs...
  14. In the interest of expanding my collection of painted miniatures I decided to paint up one of my Hasslefree miniatures. I need to finish up her highlights on her arms and blend a little more. Here is where I'm starting the WIP from.
  15. Here is Hasslefree's Kitty mini that I intended to enter into a Hasslefree contest last year, but work got in the way. Her arm fell off twice and the first time I glued it back on I got glue all over her stomach area, so that also dampened my enthusiasm on finishing her on time. I think the jeans turned out nice, the skin, not so much.
  16. Hasslefree's Gwen (HFH074) for your enjoyment: As always, C & C welcome!
  17. dsmiles

    HFD001: Kain

    Started and finished today, I present Hasslefree's Kain: As always, c & c welcome!
  18. I finished this one off today. Elapsed time about 5 hours. She's the test subject for uniform colors on one of my upcoming dioramas.
  19. That's what Wikipedia tells me, in no uncertain terms. So, here it is. I have a large selection of miniatures that would make excellent Rogues (or Thieves, for us old schoolers), and I mean to get them painted. First up, we have a trio of Bushido minis for another Were-Fox character concept. A seductress, who's no stranger to fighting: Saki, Kitsune, and Fox Form: Next, is the amazing Dark Sword Female Assassin: Next up Eskin, Male Rogue: Then Vesper-On's The Duke: Gretchen vonKonigsmark from Raging Heroes will make an appearance as a gun-toting rogue: Along with Jirelle, Iconic Swashbuckler: And the Master Harlequina from Klockenbooty Freebooter Miniatures: Also making an appearance, once I get her in hand, is Lenore from Hasslefree. Not a rogue by description, she will be painted as one (and probably my favorite Thief of all time): You know the rules, anything goes! On with the show!
  20. I've recently relized that the end of 2014 is fast approaching and I'm nowhere close to completing my second (and most important) painting goal of 2014: that all 2014 purchases must be finished within 2014 (excluding kickstarters). I've spent most of my (recently dwindling) paint time just working through my quickdip pile and really slacking off the metal pile. But as 2014 moves towards its end I really need to pick up the pace. So here's the Dwarven Bar Patron from Hasslefree Miniatures.
  21. I'm still slogging through my painting slump However I did manage to finish the last of my Hasslefree Juveniles. These are small figures with the largest standing at 20mm and the smaller at 18mm. The lines of the sculpts are clean and the details crisp making them easy to paint even at the smaller scale. I carved the concrete blocks and the brick wall from Sculpey. I chose to use the green to unify them as a group. Also I wanted a "gritty" environment for them so I carved out a gully in the plinth in order to add debris. Thank you for looking.
  22. After painting my Cave Woman and the Giant Spider, I felt like doing something stripped down and minimal. Also I wanted to explore the use of negative space to create a mood or to evoke a feeling. I chose to work with Rose, a small 20mm figure from the Hasslefree Juvenile range. I carved the brick she is standing on from Super Sculpey. The brick she is standing on is a bombed out street. The flower in the foreground is meant to represent the Poppy used to commemorate Remembrance Day. Thank you for looking.
  23. Just remembered that I finished Kalyna from Hasslefree Miniatures a while back. I'm happy with most of the mini, except the face. I remember thinking it could easily turn into a miss when I bought the miniature and turns out I was right.
  24. This is Lenore from Hasslefree Miniatures. I should thin my paints more since the finish is a bit blotchy but overall I'm quite pleased with the outcome. It's a great miniature that was easy to paint. Linked for nudity: Front Side
  25. I've used some of the long weekend to work on my backlog of metal miniatures. This one has sat half finished for a few months now. I figured it was time to put the finishing touches and call it done. Here's a link to the front (contains nudity): https://dl.dropbox.com/s/lyfvlgwatkm7goh/fantasyHumans-Gymnast001.JPG
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