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  1. Ejrvindr the Far Seeing by Red-Box-Games Sculpted by Tre Manor This guy was particularly fun to paint as I thoroughly enjoy doing leather. His clock was a labor of love. It did turn out to be "leather" but the browns look really nice. I also tried doing a bottle with liquid in it. Didn't turn out how I wanted but it's good enough for tabletop standard. In need find some tutorials on how to paint containers with liquid in them. I had sculpted the base myself - which you will find I do that with everything. The base is the OSL that is projecting up and on to him. Additionally, you'll
  2. Wise Frodulf by Red-Box-Games Sculpted by Tre Manor Here is my rendition of Frodulf. He goes a long with my warband color scheme. This OSL (Object Source lighting) is one of three real steps into the technique. I am happy with the way it turned out. I used an small handheld LED to check lighting for the sword. I kind of broke the rule about the rest of the model being darker for OSL but I wanted him to stand out on the battle field. My free hand work seems to be getting better too with the triangle pattern on him as well. And finally, I sculpted the bricks myself out of greenstuff
  3. So these 2 are being done concurrently with the 2 archers for my Frostgrave warband, so there will likely be overlap with the colors used in the 2 WiPs.... So I started doing the flesh on the next parts of my Frostgrave warband, Red Gunhildr the Barbarian, & Little Svein Swiftfoot the Thief.... GW Scorched Brown, Reaper Linen White & SC75 Tesla Blue for the eyes..... Arabic Shadow, Arabic Shadow and Basic Flesh 50%, Basic Flesh, Basic Flesh and Golden Skin 50%, Golden Skin, Golden Skin and Light Skin 50%, light Skin, and a glaze of Golden Skin and Basic flesh 3/2... Gunhildr'
  4. So I started doing the flesh on the next parts of my Frostgrave warband, Hawkeyed Arvid & Pretty Laerke... GW Scorched Brown, Reaper Linen White & SC75 Tesla Blue for the eyes..... Arabic Shadow, Arabic Shadow and Basic Flesh 50%, Basic Flesh, Basic Flesh and Golden Skin 50%, Golden Skin, Golden Skin and Light Skin 50%, light Skin, and a glaze of Golden Skin and Basic flesh 3/2.. Arvid's hair with MSP Auburn Shadow, Laerke's with VMC Black Brown... Arvid: Laerke: Thanks for looking! George
  5. So I am finally starting to work on my Warband, using the minis fro Tre Manor's Warriors of the Frozen North... Never having played Frostgrave before, I am starting out with the Wizard and his apprentice, as those 2 I know I will need.... Wizard is Ejrvindr the Far Seeing: Apprentice is Dagrun Arnholdt's dottir: Not sure what the rest of the band will be.... 2 archers, a thief, a Barbarian, and 4 thugs is my thought right now.... Suggestions???? Thanks for looking! George
  6. Tre has relaunched his kickstarter in METAL! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1103158358/warbands-of-the-cold-north-ii-epic-fantasy-viking
  7. Mighty Grum from Red Box Games. A really cool mini I finished while working through my huge backlog of RBG minis. He's quite small so I didn't bother (or rather I can't do it) with the eyes. I'm happy with how the skin and his fur coat (although it seems abit dull in the photo) worked out.
  8. Dagmar of the Shield of Red Box Games. A miniature I painted a few months ago but forgot to post.
  9. Vilhanna the Victorious from Red Box Games (currently available through Hasslefree Miniatures as Hanna of Vil). A quickie to improve my 2016 painted stats :) And appreantly I'm still not confident enough to try some free hand on a shield.
  10. I've been hitting a slump in my painting that's been keeping me from these forums for quite a while. I'm trying to regain my rythm and getting some pieces done. This is one of them: Gorak the Ravanger from the Warlords Miniature Lines. He was supposed to be a stand in for my current monk character in a DnD5 game, although I'm having second thoughts. Still love the miniature though. Seems quite angry :)
  11. I've been hitting a slump in my painting that's been keeping me from these forums for quite a while. I'm trying to regain my rythm and getting some pieces done. This is one of them: This is Viggoth the Remorseless, from Red Box Games. He's abit smaller than I would like to but still a great sculpt. Somehow I messed up the varnishing and I just can't for the life of me get some of the glossy spots matt, no matter how much I spray them will dull coat (I've only sprayed him once or twice, I don't want to ruin the whole figure).
  12. A mini I picked up back during the holidays, who was lazing about my paint desk when the Memorial Day Binge rolled along. I decided to do what I could, and with the encouragement of Guindyloo and Knarthex ended up pushing him along further than I'd planned.
  13. I loved this doing this piece. It was my first time experimenting with this much flesh tone. Overall, I am pleased with how he came out. The original concept was going to be half undead, half alive for a game I was running. I decided, after a failed attempt at zombie looking skin, to go a different route, two different flesh tones. As a bones mini, there was one slight imperfection. On his belt, there was a series of skulls. It appears one of them got a bit muddled in the casting process. My sculpting ability is non-existant, so I painted it as a mass of something gross, maybe a fungus
  14. Work In Progress for RBG: CleeseWych the Cuss by Tre Manor This is my miniature for my D&D group. This is my first time snow basing. I think it turned out well but I will be getting better with. :) This would have been done before the long Christmas break but... I got lazy. :P C&C Welcome. Thanks! I was particularly proud of the free hand I did on the shield. I use a nail doter for the circles. Additionally, I enjoyed adding the snow to the clothing. :)
  15. CleeseWych the Cuss by Tre Manor -Human After a swift polish of this figure I Greenstuffed it on the base. I'm very pleased with the way it came out. Next, I have been doing this for a few miniatures now,Combination Priming, and it has helped a lot. In addition to this, I took these 4 photo's with my lamp above to check the lighting and highlights.
  16. I ended up with two of this fellow, and I wanted to make each distinct, so I did a little work on them before the painting started. On one I trimmed some of the spikes off of his shield (which now looks like it would make a great offhand weapon!) For the other I trimmed most of the spikes off of his club, then carved some simple wood grain into it. It wasn't a major conversion, but it was enough to give them each a different look.
  17. Well I think I actually started this guy on Tre Manor's birthday. and it doesn't even count for my bones 2 total, I bought him as part of my October binge. The base is from a Basius Stamp pad.
  18. I know, bad shots, but someone reminded me I should do something for Orctober. So, here's Jadeah, already assembled and primed, but started after dinner.
  19. My take on the Red Box Games zombies. They're painted with a generous amount of quickshade, gore and trying to follow this tutorial (but not with the patience or skill required to get the same result:). The first eight was painted some time ago. The rest 10 I recently finished.
  20. Here's an orc I put up in the WIP forum a while back. He was primarily an experiment in skin tone, but I'm really happy with the way his belly armor turned out, too.
  21. My version of Llwellyn Softstrider from Red Box Games. A great sculpt as all other minis in the RBG range. I rushed some parts (the varnishing among them) as I wanted to get it ready for the next weekend but still he turned out nicely.
  22. My atempt to paint the Wraith Knights from Red Box Games. I've had these for quite some time but always hesitated to put paint on them (or some other mini was infront of them in line). Kind of a quickish paintjob but I'm happy where they're at. I could spend some more time on each but I would have diminishing returns. So they're finished and I'm moving on to the next batch! I notice that some of the figures collected some dirt sometime efter varnishing. Perhaps I'll go back and fix them sometime, but for now I'm leaving them as they are.
  23. This is Robert of Carlistle Wall from Red Box Games and I'm quite happy with how he turned out. He's one of the RBG miniatures that I've been intimidated into not painting. But since he's apart of my 2015 goals I forced myself to begin. He's one of many Aenglish (the fraction) minis I'm set to paint and I hope to reuse the paint scheme to create some cohesion between the miniatures. I'd like to thank Marsya for tips on the color scheme.
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