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  1. This is Female Boss with Hard Hat from Miniature Building Authority. I did give her a blouse, the original was less modest. So this one was painted for you, my fellow female engineers!
  2. I am thinking of running a modern one-shot Savage World adventure in a few weeks, so I painted up up Sheriff Joe to be one of the player characters. I feel embarrassed I did not see the backwards lean on this mini until I took the photos.
  3. I spotted this set and got it originally for the woman in the slinky circa. 1930 gown, not yet realizing that it had two other great figures as well. RAFM sells three-packs of adventurers for "Call of Cthulhu" showing a progression: first the person in his or her civilian life, then out on the hunt for otherworldly horrors, then gone mad with the horror. They are kind of mixed in quality, but have a certain charm. I did not paint these as a progression of one character, but as three separate women: A society dame, a sporty modern young woman from the Indian Raj, and a madwoman out on
  4. So for my RPChallenge this month, I went a little light (but much bigger and better things in store next month) 3x of the Dragon's Teeth and 1x Jersey Barrier from expansion set 3. I probably had the most fun "battle damaging" them like they just took a hit from some sort of larger gun. Each of the dragon's teeth has the damage done slightly differently.
  5. 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.
  6. Here are some cool PDF files for basing: News Papers, Magazines, Beer Cans, Waning Signs On page 55: more News Papers, Magazines, Cans, DVD's and others Oh, important, on page 54 you can see how you can make Coke Cans with a Q-Tip!!!! Different Police Lines and Warning Signs (does not work anymore) If you do know more similiar Documents or Pictures, please post them!!!
  7. Continuing with my twin philosophies of "starting lots of miniatures results in finishing lots of miniatures" and "paint whatever you feel like," I have decided to start on a Hasslefree mini I picked up at ReaperCon last year. I like the HF sculpts, but they are fairly expensive so I've only acquired the one. Apologies for the small picture, but there's not a whole lot to see yet. I've lined the eyes with P3 Coal Black, RMS Fair Skin on the face, arms and midriff, Linen White for the shirt and P3 Wurm Green for the hair. I'm hoping to get some color suggestions from the forum.
  8. I hope one of you can help me. For a diorama idea I need TV camera operator. Not a hand-held, but 1970 style camera (the huge ones). I have been looking for a 28mm civilian in office clothes, but no luck. Help please?
  9. I've gotten entirely away from painting High Fantasy and am having a grand time exploring other genres. One of the genres I'm into is zombie survivors and have discovered the work of Kev White who sculpts for Hasslefree Miniatures. His grasp of human anatomy is excellent and his style is immediately recognizable. I painted Joe up last month and am just now getting round to posting him. I made the base myself from Sculpey. Joe looks like he knows how to swing a bat, he's fit and he's got attitude. After plugging his attributes into the official CDC Zombie Survival-ab
  10. While I was taking photo's thought I'd take a shot of the mercenary (don't know the manufacturer). He was practice painting blacks and painting up a road base for future urban mini's. Thanks for viewing.
  11. So LittleBluberry and I both got bags of Crap from Secret Weapon. She posted on the randomness thread that she had gotten very few bases (which she was looking for) and had a very very large modern terrain piece. I offered to trade her some of my bases for whatever it turned out to be. (Because we all know I never use bases ) Here is what showed up in the mail. Given the Darksword Red Panda showed up in a lot of people's swag bags recently, (and I don't have Sir Forscale) I decided to drop him on top to give a sense of scale. (Also, this Gen Con Speed paint was sitti
  12. Gina from Hasslefree Miniatures. I'm cleaning out some of the backlog. The figure didn't get all of the attention it deserves but I'm still happy with the result.
  13. Rae from Hasslefree Miniatures. I'm cleaning out some of the backlog and rushed this one somewhat. It resulted in some sloppy blacklining but overall I'm happy with the result.
  14. Felicity from Hasslefree Miniatures. I'm really happy with how she turned out. If I ever play in a zombie apocalypse game this will be my character. I might have gone abit overboard with the blood on the bat. That could use some more attention.
  15. This guy was sitting unfinished for a long time; you may or may not remember the WIP thread where I was looking for T-shirt suggestions. So I thought I'd finish him up, and knocked out what was left today. As you can see, I went with a Deadpool T-shirt. Why Deadpool? Well, if you have to ask then I can't help you, sorry. I also made a half-posteriored attempt at freehand on the drink bottle, but it ended up as squiggle writing. It was kind of interesting to come back to a figure that I hadn't touched in months, since I've been painting a lot more in the meantime. I noticed a lot of l
  16. I've been working on a set of 1:72 modern Afghanistan Bundeswehr infantry (in shooting poses). They're for a young German company and I'm making these as a sort of pilot project. I think it will be absolutely amazing to have my work cast and for people to paint and play with them. So far I have completed one guy. I'll need to cut him up for casting but not just yet (I'm scared). I just started on the next two guys. I will be making 5 total for this batch with more hopefully afterwards. You can see more pictures, process shots and rantings on my blog if you're so inclined: http://ludumar
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