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  1. Finally finished a side project I started after the New Year. I've always wanted to paint a vampire sitting on his throne. I have bought Dragoth the defiler in metal and a couple bones version incase I wanted to modify slightly. I was looking thru reaper's vampire's for a suitable Dragoth character standing up when it occured to me that 02093 Van Storme and 07073 Kaspar Von Mondstein looked really close to each other and I just had to do a mini diorama of him. I look a little sexist here but to me a vampire isn't complete without his thrall's, in this case female thralls. Oh well, it's just probably me showing my age.
  2. I've always loved the sculpt of this model. It captures a real sense of movement, which is something I'm always impressed by. I painted it up using color shift paint. Basically, it looks green from one angle and takes a goodish tint from other angles (it's hard to capture the effect in still images, obviously). Overall, I think it came out looking okay. Thoughts and criticism welcomed.
  3. Haven't been painting much because of the cold as my hands shake bad enough but without being cold (Floridian) but did manage to get a few in. I own most of the reapercon Sophie's but have yet to paint any of them until now, so now that I broke the trend you can expect to see more of them from me. The only Sophie I have painted before was Troll-slayer Sophie.
  4. Been mainly working on props for a side project/diorama I wanna try but not in a hurry to finish, but did manage to get a few others in after my x-mas break.
  5. Been mainly working on props for a side project/diorama I wanna try but not in a hurry to finish, but did manage to get a few others in after my x-mas break.
  6. Been mainly working on props for a side project/diorama I wanna try but not in a hurry to finish, but did manage to get a few others in after my x-mas break.
  7. Presenting Zeus, the Storm Giant from the Bones 5 Kickstarter (I don't think he's had an official release yet). Really pleased to get this big guy finally in the finished pile! In places he's painted a little simply for something on this scale, but overall I'm happy with him. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  8. So, I just started the hobby, picked up the, 'Reaper Miniatures 08906 Learn to Paint Kit Core Skills' package. Got my little painting area setup, and took about 90 minutes to complete, so here is my first mini. Sadly the images really don't do it justice, you can't quite make out the subtle drybrush highlights, or the crevices where the wash really did a good job. I went a little rogue, and decided to dot in two red eyes... although that was not part of the instructions, I wanted to give this guy a little something unique.
  9. I've done so much painting in the last couple of years and I'm always too lazy to take pictures. Finally got around to it.... All Reaper Paints, all the time. For some reason I just love miniatures wearing packs. Awesome Snail from Monkstone Miniatures Copied this paint scheme from Kangaroorex (brilliant idea, sandy looking from the top, sky looking from the bottom). This is the Western Desert Dragon (03670) from Reaper. It looks like this is an old model and there were some problems with the mold. I had to cut the base apart to get it to lie flattish and the wings didn't fit quite right. Still a very cool model. Three demon toads from Rotten Factory. I'm really happy with how the shell turned out on this super creepy snail rider from Whilhelm Miniatures. Very cool miniature from Red Bard Games. I was really happy with the wheel tracks I made with green stuff, but I'm a little disappointed with the grass. I was aiming for patches of dead grass in the road, but I think I ended up with too much contrast between the grass colors. Next time I plan to mix the static grass to get more realistic variations. Three virus themed Beholders from Westfalia Miniatures Is that a halfling riding a giant goose? I don't know why, but it is awesome. Miniforge Miniatures Dwarf riding a Yak from Stonehaven Miniatures
  10. Was bored and didn't feel like painting so decided to take a couple of pics of the two I just finished. For some reason I keep on grabbing swashbucklers.
  11. Was bored and didn't feel like painting so decided to take a couple of pics of the two I just finished.
  12. She was the last of what I had primed, now I gotta figure out what I want to prep next for it will be a while before I get a recent order of some 3d prints I would like to try to do.
  13. Finally finished him, had primed him way back when with the rest of the reapercon minis, but I just kept on stumbling on him and couldn't figure out how I wanted him mainly his clothing and armor.
  14. Finally, this nightmare is over with. It seemed to take forever because of my "poor planning," waiting for basing parts, painting the succubi before I had a base idea, etc, and I am not really satisfied/happy with the look because of it. But oh well it's done !
  15. I wanted him to be fancy, dandy, but not over the top fancy.
  16. I usually keep my armor/metal on the cold side, this was my attempt at a warm tone.
  17. For some reason I just luv doing swashbucklers. I did her up while waiting for my basing stuff on the succubi.
  18. I thought I try another WIP thread, generally I don't like to do them because in past it was a hassle to set up everything just to take a progress shot, but with a new camera now thought I give it a try. Started one on the Song of the Sirens but when I saw nudity when I came to that figure (she was the second in line) quicky dismissed that idea. So thought I'd give these a go instead. Didn't prime with zenithal like I ussually do instead just primed with a red/brown from stynylrez because of all the skin showing (at the time primed the sirens song and a couple of dancing ladies as well).
  19. Some of this week's work. Well I had order some more 3d prints to try and paint but they were late in arrival, but my reaper order came in and with nothing primed on my work desk decided to give them a go, boy they were more of a project than I thought they would be. I didn't do bones 5 so never seen them in grey and on the site with them being in translucent didn't know what to expect, couldn't make out much of their details, but must say not bad for bones black, thou still no siocast, lol I'm getting hooked on them. Again linked for nudity: Well let's try this again, some reason Imgur took post down, maybe because I posted publicly? https://Imgur.com/a/nL43gA5
  20. Some of this week's work. I was trying to keep her in all cold colors.
  21. Some of this week's work. I know he's a drow but he deserves to flashy, he is a paladin after all.
  22. Some of this week's work. While working on the face I decided to try and make her look angry like, your seriously thinking about messing with me.
  23. Really happy with this one. I've been wanting to work on really pushing my highlights, and I figured this would be a good one to go nuts on. I reasoned that her clothing would be made of a silky/satiny material, so it would catch light quite a bit. My original plan was actually to paint her in a color scheme similar to Queen Bavmorda from Willow (since their outfits look so similar at a glance). But, I opted for a last-minute change to the blue-based color scheme right before I started painting. I still think a Bavmorda color scheme would look cool on her, if anyone else wants to run with the idea. This model is beautifully sculpted and was great fun to paint. Special thanks to kazmania for the tip on photographing against black felt. I haven't mastered it yet, but I'm already noticing the improvements in photo quality.
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