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  1. This is a diorama I made in 2002. The quality of the painting is not as good as I can do now, but I am still happy with it. The ladies are from Rackham and the beholder is from Ral Partha. The floor and wall were made with hirsts arts blocks.
  2. Some more mini's from George's archive.... Painted in the college years, 1988-1992... Some 3 Stage minis, only one of which I have all 3... Female Magic User (01-337) The middle one looks like she has a Christmas ornament on her forehead! Elf Thief (01-319) Magic User (01-317) This guy was painted by a friend in Germany in 85 0r 86 when I was in the Army... Kurt you out there!? (Gern you out there? I know your real name!) Thank the Dark Lords of Lead for the old Catalogs to find all the numbers in! Thanks for looking! George
  3. So the Pathfinder game was played last Saturday, and a friend from collage that still plays with us brought up a box of old lead that he was going to put on evil bay, and asked me if I wanted any of them..... (Anyone care to guess my answer?) So I refrained from taking the whole box and grabbed the following: Ral Partha: These critters are called 'Hexers' or something like that I believe R.Charrette, 1989 on the base These guys reminded me of Anhurians 1992 on base These guys had odd helmets that I kinda liked... R Charrette and 1989 on base again This
  4. Just two dogs that I finished up this weekend. One of which I finished up months ago at a paint n take but just now decided to finish basing and the other from the Iron Wind by the ounce bins at Gencon (does anyone know his id number? I can't find him on IWM website.) Found This was my first attempt at using static grass. I'm fairly pleased. This is the one from Iron Wind and I don't know it's ID number. If anyone does that would be appreciated. It's the war dog from the historicals line No fancy basing for this one. I decided I liked how it looked plain. I had to redo some of his
  5. Hi there, just finished these over the weekend, some old school Ral Partha dwarves from I can't remember what year, but somewhere between 1979 and 1982. I've always had a thing for this set, always enjoyed it as it was an old set of non-military type dwarves, truly "personalities" from a bygone age. I've had a bit of lighting problems with these ones as I seem to have a lot any more, but here are the best pictures I could take:
  6. So stripping figures and cleaned up this lovely NOT Alias looking mini... The item at her feet in the 1st 2 pics are her sword and right hand. Markings on base are Ral Partha 1997. After looking in my '97, and winter 98/99 catalogs, nada. Looking through Lost Minis wiki, nada... Help! Thanks! George
  7. These are some old Ral Partha sculpts (now sold by Iron Wind Metals) I finished up in my year-end Conga Line of cleaning up half-done minis. In Iron Wind's catalogue they are: DS-044 Female Corporate Decker with Laptop and Gun; DS-048 Male Corporate Decker with Laptop and Pistol; and the man from the set 20-524 Riggers & Drones. These are old school figures from the early '90s and are 25mm scale, so a little small by today's standards. The woman corporate decker is especially small and looks to me like a schoolgirl; I painted her up as a Filipina PC for a game I'm playing in. I tho
  8. And here's the little Partha figure I finished. I've always enjoyed these teeny weeny figures (back when 25mm really meant something), and this is one of Dennis Mize's old Children of the Night figures, probably sculpted around 1979. As I mentioned in the post with the Stonehaven elves, I am really happy I discovered a button that brings the color back into my crappy photographs with the editing software. I've got my other little Partha Wizard I'm working on, as well as another Stonehaven elf.
  9. While a couple of these are from last week, I've been stuck around the house for the last few days. When my hands haven't been sore from shovelling, I've been getting some painting and basing done. As always, tabletop painting... This little group of archers is from three different Ral Partha lines, Legions of the Petal Throne, Royal Armies of the Hyborean Age, and the 1200AD historical range. This old Ral Partha frost giant, done more generically, was from my recent road trip. Also from last week was this ancient Ral Partha ES-3 balrog: I'm putting togethe
  10. This figure is one of a set of 8 female adventurers that Ral Partha released as a boxed set many, many years ago. I have set (but not the box), and they were all painted up (badly) in my youthful exuberance. I came across them while looking for something else and decided to fix them up. This is the first one that I've finished. Since these ladies are true 25mm scale, they'll probably be used as halflings or gnomes. I hope you like her.
  11. Here's another diorama I did many years ago. It features a Citadel Necromancer and his Snotling acolyte attacking a Ral Partha's Fearless Frost Dragon. I painted the Dragon as a Black Dragon with his skin slowly rotting, affected by a necromantic spell. The stone fence posts, stone walls, gates and tombstones are from the Woodland Scenics Maple Leaf Cemetery box kit.
  12. So after a long stretch of Partha orcs and goblins, I'm taking a petite break and working on some Stonehaven elves I got and a few Partha pieces for a bit of variety. I put one photo of them all together so you can see the size difference between the Stonehaven pieces and the Partha ones. One thing I really like about the Stonehaven elves is their size. Makes painting eyes easier.
  13. Kaitlynn surveyed the battlefield; the ogres and beastmen had been decisively defeated with this battle. They had been routed, but it would take many more days and weeks to hunt them all down and eliminate them, so that the regions safety would be ensured. It seemed like it wasn't all that long ago, and indeed it was only a year or two, that she and her friends on started out on the road to fortune and glory. There hadn't been much of either in those early days; giant rats and bandits weren't known for their legendary treasure hoards. Still, she had learned valuable skills in those days; s
  14. Another miniature for the RP Challenge, which has helped motivate me! This is an old Royal Armies of the Hyborean Age miniature, Aquilonian Heavy Infantry with Sword. It's a very basic paintjob, but the details were soft on this one so not much to work with (this came out in 1979, and was Dennis Mize's first line I think). I took the color scheme from memories of the old King Conan comic book and how his armies were portrayed.
  15. This is an old Ral Partha ( I think--if you know differently, please let me know and I'll edit the thread ) brazier I was originally going to use it with my evil shrine aquarium piece (see here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/60231-evil-shrine-terrain-piece/?p=1089218), but I couldn't get it to fit inside to my satisfaction. I finally decided to just paint it up separately. I wanted to try painting fire again. I've done it a few other times, but it always looked 'wrong' somehow. I'm moderately happy with this attempt. I started off with white, went to yellow, and then used re
  16. Since more people are showing off what they did last year, here are mine: Minis I painted in 2015. ( seems I have been busy) I will link them so you can check them out. http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/66228-54mm-maria-roseblade-pirate-queen-by-xherman1964/ http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/65908-pumpkin-witches-and-their-house-by-xherman1964/ http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/65484-legendarion-hyena-warrior-bust-gebhuza-by-xherman1964/ http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/64977-zombicide-survivor-dog-painted-as-my-boxer-brutus-
  17. I took a paint kit with me on my Christmas road trip, but time was a little short. I did a couple of Ral Partha figures for my vintage project. The elf is from the 98-006 Dungeon Party boxed set, and the rogue is an H-21, from the pre-1980 Royal Armies of the Hyborean Age range. She's a repaint and has been in my collection since new; the elf is an eBay acquisition from this summer. On to basing...
  18. Someone had used all my Shamrock Green!!! The nerve! I know. But today, I have been made whole. Now my Clan Wars Tortise Marines can get the colors they deserve. Now, where's that goblin mascot of ours? *tip-o-the-hat* :)
  19. In contnuing to play around with painting some vintage lead, here are two early Tolkien-inspired figures. The little guy on the left is a Minifigs (Miniature Figurines, Ltd.) ME-50 goblin, from their Mythical Earth range (around 1973). I believe this was the first commercial line of fantasy figures, so you can see the sort of thing we had to work with, back when dinosaurs ruled the earth. On the right is an early Tom Meier sculpt, from Ral Partha, an E551 Southron spearman from their Wizards, Warriors, and Warlocks range. He's got a 1976 base stamp, so you can see why those early Ral Pa
  20. So here are two new Goblins I just painted from the end of the seventies/beginning of the eighties. Here are two I can show but putting in a link for the other one, because much as Tom Meier's Orcs like to have their dorks hang out, this little goblin has his giblets showing. I'm not too happy with the lighting on these, but it seems that I can't seem to get a better exposition. http://www.miniatures-workshop.com/lostminiswiki/images/b/b9/Kickstarter_goblin_archer_with_helmet_1.jpg
  21. This is an old Ral Partha barbarian from 1984. Simple, tabletop paint job as usual; I did do her skin a slightly darker tone, though. I figured if she spends any appreciable amount of time outside in that outfit, she'd be a little darker. Please let me know what you think.
  22. So I haven't been posting goals, but I have been trying to get some work done. Here's a unit of 12 elf archers (well, eleven archers and a leader), generally intended for Chaos Wars. The figures are vintage Ral Partha Fantasy Collector Series, except for the leader. He's from the Personalities range. All the scultping is Tom Meier's I believe.
  23. So after seeing people posting more old school minis, I broke out my PC case and started taking some pics, and thought these would be a good place to start! I painted these the year they came out (88, 89, 90?) when the price was using Polly S and Ral Partha paints when I was in college.... I tried to stay as true to the cover art of all the books / box sets / Accesories that had the picture of the figure(s). For some reason, I never painted the Elminster figure, he is still kicking around in the pile of unpainted stuff, along with about 10 more FR minis... Someday, I'll paint them to
  24. I found it appropriate that Deep Purple's classic song 'Burn', was playing as I poured the sand on this guys base to finish him up... So here is Ral Partha's Efreet from the AD&D line: Some close ups: The first 2 pics were just to see how different the figure would look against different back drops... I did the runes on his sword in Blue, thinking that if I was an evil fire creature, I would want a scimitar that would work well against my enemies / kinfolk, so a Frost Brand... Would work better against water creatures than a flaming sword as well... I put
  25. This is an old Ral Partha female mage. I think she may have been the low level version from one of their old 3 stage character sets,but I'm not certain. If so, she's the only one I have. Painted for table top. Please let me know what you think.
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