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Found 7 results

  1. While so many of y'all were out Denton way, having a grand old fooforaw at Reapercon, I decided to go ahead and paint a bit, too. Only finished two things, really; here's one. Very much "done now" quality. Had a little fun with color, nothing special.
  2. Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the forums, I'm here to unload another batch of my old enamel paint jobs from around 15-25 years ago. Fire Giant Bonesnapper Satyrs Gorgon Kobolds Umber Hulk Rust Monster Chimera Bulette
  3. I hadn't been painting in awhile, but finished a couple lately and even tried a little basic basing with the GS. Getting the close photos made me see a couple of things I need to retouch but this is about it. Just playing around with some different ideas though clearly some things weren't intended.
  4. Here's the last mini painted for the day, a Rust Monster (or Oxidation Beast, as it's called in Reaper's catalogue).
  5. After 14 months of not touching a brush it feels good to finally be posting some work. Per usual, I just couldn't help myself with respect to color. I was torn between going muted palate to emphasize the 'underdark' nature of the creature, but then my love of color kicked in.... Please be gentle as I'm a bit rusty.
  6. So today, I was painting. And taking occasional breaks to waste time on the internet. You know. "A day off." And I noted something interesting on artist Tony diTerlizzi's blog: Tony's got this really interesting article up about the origins of some of the first Dungeons and Dragons monsters... whose MINIATURES actually predate the MONSTER! Usually, someone comes up with the idea of "beholder" or "Frog Dragon" or whatever, and then someone SCULPTS the thing. But these creatures actually caused the development of their D&D counterparts -- in the illustration above, the rust monster, bulet
  7. This bizarre little guy came in a blister with a Rakshasa. The rakshasa is smaller than the rust monster. The rust monster is an odd sculpt, but adorable in his own way, and he was a fun, quick paint-up...the Rakshasa may be destined for a melt bucket, he's so bad. Anyway, from the depths of the 80's, from the dark days of lead (see, it's a pun, because lead is darker than tin...oh, never mind), I give you, RUST MONSTER! Bane of adventurers, eater of weapons and armor. About two hours, maybe three, to paint him. The rust effect on his shield is stolen whole cloth from Jabberwocky,
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