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  1. These are the last two ghouls from the Imbrian Arts Kickstarter. I wanted the one to look like some kind of deranged clown demon-ghoul. My son says the inside of his mouth must be itchy. The other reminded me of a young wizard who wasn't quite powerful enough to attain lich-dom and ended up being an overpowered ghoul wannabe. Eye glow isn't something I've done a lot of so it was fun practice. Either way, a trumped up non-lich wannabe is something I might use in my DnD game as a plot at some point. The base for the non-lich is a resin base I got at ReaperCon this year...IIRC, a Sec
  2. Hello friends, here are a plethora of different figures I've finished in the past couple months. The Wargs each got about an hour of work and the Hell Hound about 2 hours. As you can see, I didn't slave away trying to remove the mould line on the Hell Hound and wasn't too careful about the Wargs either; just going for some high table top goodness. The Howling Ghoul from Imbrian Arts was a fun and easy figure to paint. Mostly just using pale skin tones and glazes of Gory Red to blend it all in. Lastly the Ogre from Bobby Jackson's latest releases. He was fun an will make a nice mini-bo
  3. 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.
  4. Hello again friends! Painted using a Reaper round #1 and the following Reaper Master Series paints: Red Shadow, Redstone, Gory Red, Auburn Shadow, Black Green, Dark Elf Shadow, Midnight Blue, Faded Khaki, Splintered Bone. Per Proctor's request, I tried doing bigger photos this time and I even blew one photo way up so that you could get in close. I decided to do a scar through his right eye; first time attempting to paint that feature. I also added a line of battle damage along the top right edge of his armor to add some details/interest and show that this is one battle-hardened g
  5. Here is my King of Ghouls. My goal with the miniature was to create a skin tone that was indicative of an ancient and powerful undead horror. This ghoul has survived countless challenges from untold parties of adventurers. Primitive stitches hold together damage to his skin, whilst unnatural healing takes place underneath it's surface; hinted at by his menacing eyes. "It's skin, is that thing alive or dead...?" - Alric the cleric (shortly before death) The pair of ravens, his liaisons, his scouts, and his scavenging companions...one of whom carries the eyeball trophy of a recent
  6. Here is my version of the Imbrian Arts, Blacksands Orc by Jody Siegel. I Googled hundreds of orc photos, and poured through my monster manuals (etc.) to come up with a skin tone that would satisfy me with respect to this orc. I've never been too much of a fan or the purple-skinned orcs, and I'm also not a fan of the bright green skin either. To satisfy my own taste as an artist I ended up with a skin tone heavily influenced by olive, brown and deep tones of purple to darken him up. I literally wanted him to look as though he'd been surviving in a desolate area, all alone, bounty hunting, p
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