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Found 15 results

  1. So, I've been working on this one for far too long. A customized Medusa made from two D&D Minis, A Fiendish Snake and one of the medusa minis from the line. I used Pro-Create to make the tattered skirt so I didn't have to try to sculpt her butt! :P GF
  2. I got the chance to paint up some miniatures for a project to bring the Modest Medusa webcomic into the minaitures world. These were all sculpted by Brian Phelps, and I think every one of them sculpts is super cute. I'm going to get to do some more of them for backers, since the project is pretty nicely overfunded. Anyway, here are all of the very cute Medusa minis I painted for them.
  3. Got a little bored with the half-finished things on my desk (which explains why they're all half finished and over two years old... Or eight years, in one case...), So I decided I'd start on something I've wanted to paint to a high level for a long time. Jeff Grace did a magnificent job sculpting this snake lady, and offering a lot of wonderful opportunity for painters. Although I love love looooooove Marike Reimer's subtly colored studio paint job, I wanted something with a bit more color... Beautiful as they are, Diamondbacks aren't the only snakes in the world, and I like snake-fo
  4. Here's 01572, Maddie the Chibi Gorgon (Medusa), Special Edition Bonesylvanian Figure sculpted by Julie Guthrie.
  5. As November's Hangout Figure of the Month, we picked Medusa 77037/02833. Now, because of boobs, I can't share most of my pics of her. However you can see them at my blog: Part 1 Part 2 At this point I just need to touch up a few spots, flock the base, and she's done!
  6. This will be the leader of my band of snake women and medusae. It's a quickie tabletop paint job because the Bones casting isn't great but I used the opportunity to practice some NMM on the weapons. Head shot: Link for nudity: Rear view:
  7. This character comes in two versions. I already painted the nice one. This is her evil, medusa headed version. I also experimented with very pale skin, using Spectral White and Lavender. That mop in her right hand is the wig that the other model wears to cover her snakes. Link to NSFW image.
  8. I had Anthrax' song "Medusa" grinding away in my head all the time I was painting this. I wonder why,,, Time to break out those mirrors... Check out the frontal beauty shot at my blog. I actually picked this one to be part of my "evil" Frostgrave warband, as an archer or marksman. 77037: Medusa Reaper Miniatures Bones PVC, KS1 30mm base
  9. This is an old Medusa figure produced by Grim Reaper castings as part of their 'Nasteez' line. I grabbed her from the box of Good Will last round and decided to paint her a few days ago. The rock on the base is resin and is from Last Stand Convertibles. Table top paint job, as usual. The stone is supposed to be obsidian; the shine you can see on it actually isn't from flash/lights, it's painted on. Please let me know what think. Links to photobucket, 'cause nudity. http://s393.photobucket.com/user/ChaosWolf/media/IMG_07461.jpg.html http://s393.photobucket.com/user/C
  10. Hi !!! A little commission for a old school fan ^^ : With best colors :
  11. Hey friends, I opted to try and do something I've never done before and use sepia tones to emphasize the sorrow of this scene. I wanted to bring out the sadness of the medusa's face for my interpretation of the scene as the medusa begins to succumb to the circumstances of her own curse and begins to transition into a statue herself. It was something new to try and I'm pleased to have challenged myself with a different type of scene using limited colors and trying to complement the scene with a drastic contrast. Overall, it was a fun experiment.
  12. Hi, Two speed paint projects for d&d adventure.
  13. Tarlen has received his mini, safe and sound, so I can post these pics! I had an absolute blast painting this one up. Tarlen described a pretty wild setting for his current campaign, so I wanted something that would be a bit exotic. He also specified "no horde monsters," so I wanted a creature that could conceivably be an encounter on its own. I decided to go with a gorgon/medusa. Gorgons have long been one of my favorite monsters, and the metal version of this was one of the first monsters I painted, so I was excited to revisit the sculpt. I painted the metal one in fairly drab greens
  14. This model really lends itself well to the Bones Material because the whole thing has a heck of a lot of texture, especially the abs and the tail. Great fun to paint, and real easy. Link (Because of the Nudity) http://i.imgur.com/P67STlX.jpg
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