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  1. I painted up this Katherine Laddermore for the P3 Grandmasters this year. She got a silver medal. I've also posted her to Coolmini if you'd like to be opinionated about her. Anyway, here she is:
  2. Been Gone for a while, burnt out a bit on painting and needed a little bit of a rest. My wife was asking for another Warlock for her Circle Army so I painted another Kaya model I had. I was hoping to show off a Reaper Dragon and a couple of other figures by now. They are at least glued together and waiting for some gap putty. Hope you enjoy :)
  3. Had this guys for a while and kind of spaced on him but decided to paint him up this week as he's an important NPC in my RPG game that may only have a few months left. Nothing super fancy here as he's a 5-6 hour paint job (gotten really good at those this year as it's about all I've done) with some washes for the armor and face (though I water down the wash on the face and used it as a glaze). The cloak is not freehand (I'm not Darkstar, Coporia or Cassu here) but via a stencil. Base was done in 10 with Pigments. (click for much larger) Thanks for the look.
  4. This is a Privateer Press figure, I'm pretty sure, though I cannot identify it on their website. Here is the first version, after an hour speed paint at GenCon: I normally do not repaint speed painted figures, but I felt this one had not reached its full potential. So I did this to it in 45 minutes: I figure it will make a pretty good Warforged in our D&D game.
  5. One of my top 10 favorite sculpts. I believe my painting was worthy, he has not punished me yet.
  6. Just got a couple of new Reaper minis in the mail to work on, meanwhile thought I would keep posting some stuff I recently finished. Also completed the last Hordes mini tonight that I wanted to have done for our 1st game. Woohoo! Lots of options for our 1st few games. Not quite what I envisioned, but I still like him. I wanted it to look like he was wearing sewn up human skin, but the color came out too close to what I painted his hair.
  7. Are there always so many tears involved in the final outcome of a mini? At least 5 hours of painting, ugh! but everthing is going good. Time to glue the arms on..a little scratch, I can touch that up... a little too much glue, but it's ok, still good, it doesnt show Haven't done snow for a while, how the heck did I do this again? eh? maybe it was like this... ...got some glue and snow on me, lets get this off my fingers...Wow! got a bunch of super glue on the table, thats a first, not good lets move the mini.... KERPLOP!!! face dive into the table. Snow caked on his feet, s
  8. I didn't like how his sword was pointing up so high in the original sculpt (sort of like a baseball player ready to swing a bat.) So I lowered it a bit and used some scupting putty to fill in the gaps around his arm. OMG another minis that I had to paint in pieces. After I painted the whole body, I then painted the arm/sword, then glued them together. I don't have the best of times with any superglue. I sat on the couch for about 20 minutes before letting go. Sometimes that doesn't mean anything and the part will still fall off, but luck be a lady that night, he kept the arm. Woo hoo!
  9. The last model painted from my Orboros battlegroup box set. Kept the base simple with her, I just love her pose.
  10. 3 Argus dogs...or 6? These were the 1st of my Circle painting for my wife's army. I figured they would be good for testing future colors. Used Reaper's Sparkling Blue on the armor with luminescent colors in the middle instead of the solid green.
  11. I've been painting a lot lately, just a little lazy about taking pics. This is part of a battlegroup set I recently painted which I will be posting the rest soon. I'm most proud of this one. I wish all my work came out like him. I even made the little tree/grass terrain thingy for when I finally get to play the game with my wife ...but she won't be allowed to touch the wolf :P
  12. Much, Much, Much brighter highlights on boney areas compared to the Scythean model I painted. Although my camera doesn't want to show them very well. Even my wife was blown away by the difference. Had trouble with the tentacles and some confusing areas regarding where the skin was and where the bone is though. I don't use their painting guides, rather just paint it myself and learn by trial, error and what pointers others give me. He is a real big guy, lots of paint, but much easier this time around. Normal Carnivean is next and should be a breeze.
  13. Heres the latest from my Circle of Orboros WIP army. This is my first Huge Base figure, its base is 120mm I used secret weapons blasted wetlands and converted it to a fall theme to compliment the fall theme I've used for the rest of the Army As always C & C are very welcome.
  14. So I did what I swore I wouldn't do with minis, I painted multiples of the same dude. At the moment I'm painting an army for a game I may never play, but I like the models. Hope you enjoy these :)
  15. I was getting tired of snow for this army and decided to do something different. I sculpted the base myself. Simple, fun and very happy with the result.
  16. So whilst I am waiting for my Bones to arrive I have plenty of little (and big) projects I want to get out of the way. I'm glad to say that this is one of them and its the first project I have finished all year so far. The D&D game I run is pretty huge and we have over a dozen or so players who drop in and out as their schedules permit. I have been trying to put together appropriate figs for all the PC's for some time and I finally have them all finished as of yesterday. Its been a long job, but here they are, apologies for lots of not great pics)... Creosus the Cleric and Symeon the
  17. Candygram... Plumber ma'am.. Flowers... Wait, I'm only a dolphin ma'am Didn't think I would like these little guys until I painted them. They look so cool next to Thagrosh. Like a bunch of his ill behaved children.
  18. She came with an arrow that was more like a spear. I was going to have it sticking out of the ground as her next shot, but it was so ridiculous looking that I left it off. Please pretend she just fired a normal arrow...with a magical invisible string on her bow.
  19. Hey ya'll, I just started working on a squad using one of Rackham's old Ragnarok boxes - 6 warriors will compose the human portion of the squad... and one Privateer Press brute will be at the center. I've already started working on the basing for the squad - nothing too fancy, I want it to look like red clay. Here are the steps I've done so far. 1. Lay down a base of terracotta milliput, with some miniature bricks set in (can't remember the company the bricks are from), chamomile tea pressed in, and tree bark pressed in. One new thing I tried was using an incredibly fine silicate for sand
  20. This is the largest mini I have painted since Kaladrax. I got it in the mail and almost keeled over when I realized I have a Carnivean Heavy Warbeast coming too, and he is likely to be just as big. So much paint! I think I am cursed when it comes to finishing up these minis. Among the other past issues I have had (like unknowingly getting super glue on my finger, touching static grass and proceeding to transfer the static grass/glue to my mini and having to scrape it off and repaint.) this one I was halfway through coating with brush on sealer when at 12:45am the power went out in the ent
  21. I was a bit less confident when starting this one, but she came out a little better than I thought she would. I was sketchy on how to approach the armor. I think if I end up purchasing a similar armored figure that I would try something different.
  22. Well, they started out black, then I sorta liked blue armor a bit more and I thought who wants three black figures anyway? I liked their story about being brothers and thought even though they were brothers they would want their own individual identities, I can't have them all dressed the same! These are some of my favorite works to date. I hope you enjoy :)
  23. I love these Everblight creatures! Still waiting on my light tent and hoping that will help a little bit with future pics. One of my better highlighting jobs to date. Starting to get the hang of some things and what order to do them in for certain models. I think I am officially a miniatures painter now. I got a stack of about 15 unpainted minis ready to go. Reaper, DarkAge, Mierce, Privateer Press. You name it, I probably got it. When will I get to them? I have not a clue.
  24. This big dude puts me a step closer to finishing my Legion army. I have enough models to field close to 70 points, but this carnivean gives me, painted, uhm...12 points...which is actually only six points when you take into account my warlock's beast allowance...which reminds me, I should paint my warlock...anyway. He's painted to an "army" standard, so there's not a lot of smooth blends going on here. But he looks pretty impressive at arm's length, and I learned a lot about painting quickly with him. Hopefully, that will help with painting the rest of my troops. At the very least, it well hel
  25. Hi there, I just arranged some miniatures in my glass display shelf, and thought I could share photos of all the miniatures I have painted after I got back to this hobby. None of the miniatures I painted in my youth got to the shelf, they were so horrible =). Here is a group shot of my Blood Bowl team. They're painted using the dipping method with Army Painter's strong tone Quickshade (except the Big Guy). I thought that dipping was an easy way to get back on the track. Here are two pictures of the Troll. I painted him after the rest of the team and decided to paint him withou
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