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  1. Started converting my bones v robot kobolds. The idea was to arm them with scifi weapons to use them as a little starship boarding party. The plan is to do a total of 9 when ever they hit retail, all with different weapons. So far axe guy has a plasma gun and a samurai banner. Then there's rocket launcher kobold Knife kobold has a flame thrower.
  2. I found this little jeep at the grocery store. Since it was roughly the right size I chopped up a bones kobold to drive it. And piled some food, a crystal and a duck in the back. It was not bad, but I didn't really like the sword, since my goal was joyride mayhem as opposed to fighting. So I gave it a mug instead. I also gave him a little lizard pal hanging on the outside. So that's cool, but I want to make it sillier still before I paint it. Currently thinking of sticking a bag of golf clubs and maybe some other kobold loot on the jeep.
  3. I recently finished a group of Reaper Bones miniatures. As they are so small they were a little hard to paint at some points. I'm fairly new painting miniatures so I was looking for some feedback and potentially some tips on how to improve in the future. All comments, advice, and constructive criticism is welcome. My own main criticism with them is the highlights as I'm not 100% where/how to paint proper highlights to make a natural look without a ton of brush strokes.
  4. So, before I go any further, I am an absolute rookie in the mini painting world. So, uh, prepare for the worst. Anyways, here's a trio of Kobold leaders. Yeah, I know there's six of them, but one got lost and the other two need a good bit more work, so it's just these three for now. As I said, I'm completely new to this hobby, so any friendly critiques are welcome! KNOWN FAULTS: I missed a couple spots on the first kobold leader's face. And a few other random spots elsewhere on all three. All of their bases look nasty... I didn't do the
  5. The term "Kobold" is originally German for "goblin", "gnome" or "faery", the scary and dangerous beings from outside the campfire's light in preindustrial times. In D&D the name has been used on 1st level mooks who used to be doglike goblinoids but these days are dragonkin, i.e. small reptiliads. These newer kobolds from Reaper are very much more dragon- or reptile-like than earlier versions that might have been doglike... There are 12 of them in the Bones 4 core set. 6 mooks and 6 leaders. #103-108: Kobold Leaders Thes
  6. Really enjoyed painting these up, and looking forward to getting the Bones Kickstarter with 12 more unique sculpts. Painted these as a batch of 12 in about 2.5 hours by starting with an all over coat of Vallejo German Red Brown primer, then a wash with Green stuff World Swamp Brown ink. Then just a case of picking out the details, and highlighting the skin with Vallejo Game Colour Tan. I didn't finish off with a wash, as I normally would, because the minis were so small and had a Brown palette. I thought I would just blur the details if I washed them.. The bases are
  7. Howdy, Last of this group of kobolds... Kev!
  8. Howdy, Kobolds also just want to have fun... Kev!
  9. Howdy, Final kobold... Nearly done now! Kev!
  10. Howdy, Filthy creatures! Kev!
  11. Howdy, Many small ones this week... Kev!
  12. Howdy, Kobolds R us... Kev!
  13. One of my players had this character made through Hero Forge. I painted her to his specifications. This is Poro Gemfixer, a kobold sorceress. It has been raining like mad the past few days so I haven't been able to Dulcote her so she is very shiny. Also, the fingerprint on her base is not mine. It is actually in the plastic. Weird!
  14. Kobold speed paint! From Bones 3.
  15. Thanks for taking a look! Any advice/comments/criticism is welcome! Hi all, I've recently started painting some of my minis (finally) and also got some friends to help. Below I'll show everything thats been done so far, before likely making a showoff thread for the done done ones (some are aaalmost there, need a few more touches. My Work: (2nd mini ever): 77503 Temple Dragon : - I wanted to do some complimentary color on him but couldn't quite decide where. First thought was underbelly and underside of wings, but glued together the underbelly is incredibly hard to
  16. well, it seems to have been not quite a year since my last post, and a bit longer since my last post to Show Off. In the meantime, Nissiana and I have purchased a house, which ate most of the Fall, Winter and Spring, and our Summer has been, per usual, filled with rehearsals and performances. Although I am currently imbroiled with a production of "The Three Musketeers," I've managed to unpack some paint kit and brought it to work. My recent lunch breaks have yielded a passel of kobolds and a pile of rats, both of which will likely lurk the basements of Sharn (or the waste drain of an alchemist
  17. Hopefully quick question on painting non-traditional colored fire. Basically wanting to make sure I am on the right track here. I am currently painting up the kobold sorceror (the dude on the right) and have the idea of making the fireball in his hand blue (as if he is producing an electrical damage effect). In part, this is to create some additional color since he already has the torch on the left (which I am aiming for a more traditional orange-red flame effect). So the idea I had was to start by painting the whole flame white, then start layering with progressive
  18. Pretty Kool Kobold Kommand. I had fun painting these.
  19. It occurred to me that I have many older completed miniatures in my collection that the good forumites of this board may not be familiar with, but bear special relevance to my time as an artist or to Reaper miniatures. This kobold Hero sculpt was clearly inspired by the Seins kobolds at Reaper, and he serves as a hero for my large kobold warband. It was the first humanoid sculpt I ever completed, circa 2009. It was painted in 2011. Necromancy . Edit: My Painting & sculpting vacation starts today! Yay!
  20. I've had these for many, many years. I am pretty sure they are reaper minis, but I can not find any reference to these particular kobolds when I search. They are very small, here is a scale pic next to a genestealer:
  21. These are a bit old, but they're my first reaper bones. I was working on a piece of apocolyptic style terrain and I realized these guys needed a home I believe I always used some of the 'modern warfare' weapons bits from Chronoscope but I'm not 100% sure. The gasmask is from a Tamiya military bits set. apologies for blurry bit - here's the group taking shelter in a local (ruined) cafe ^^ Mr. Gasmask - because you can never be too prepared, even if you're small! ^^ The fearless leader ^^ Sword and Board, well Hubcap, anyway ^^ because the sign me
  22. When Bones 3 arrives, I'm thinking of assembling an army for Ma'aldrakar. Now, given that Ma'aldrakar represents Tiamat, the logical foot soldiers would be kobolds. Here's the problem - Reaper (and all other manufacturers I can find) only supply the Psuedo-doglike kobolds of 2e and before. I am much more a fan of 3e/Pathfinder's pygmy dragonborn/lizardmen. So, Reaper forumers, my question to you is this - do you know of anyone who makes 3e/Pathfinder style Kobolds?
  23. Yet Another Archer; A Kobold; A Tank; and some Fighter Plane Tokens The archer is another one to go with some of the previous bowmen. I hope to get a small painted unit of them by the time this is over. He is an old GW plastic. This guy just sorta got slopped with what ever color was left over after painting some of the other things. He was the use up the paint miniature. I think his legs are haldardier tabard red from last month's batch of halberd guys. Boots are kobold basecoat brown. The Kobold is a bonesium version, white plastic, 77010. I mixed faded purple with some light
  24. I was quite inspired by the Kobold Sorcerer in this post. I had this one sitting on my desk, and I thought to myself, "What a great speed paint idea!" So, I set my timer, and set out to create my own Kobold Sorcerer. All in all, I think he came out pretty good for a 1 hour paint job. Granted, I have not completed the base, but as it stands, I think he would be perfectly fine for use on a table. What do you think? Special thanks to Muninn for the inspiration on the piece. Front: Back: CAH
  25. Hey folks! Finally finished the last Kobold on the shelf of prep, and I tried a few new things on him, so in my opinion, he is the best of the Tribe that I have done. (It's Good to be The King!) He was finished up with wet blending and layering, so a large improvement over my older style of base coat, wash, mid tone, high light. He is also the first figure that I did work with my new Scale 75 Metallic golds, and new Raphael brushes, so tools and techniques changed in the painting of this guy. His scepter and crown were done with all 4 gold shades from the Metal 'N Alchemy Gold set, and the
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