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  1. Work In Progress for RBG: Edele of Aelfheim By Tre Manor This miniature was a commission for my D&D group. I added the flowers as an afterthought but am thoroughly pleased how they came out. I'm getting better with static grass but not where I want to be. Going to do more research. I just had to call it with this piece or I would have never got it done. It turned out well but not as well as I would have liked. I was continuing a new technique I did with a previous miniature. This is the third John (Tre) Manor Sculpt I have painted. I'm fond of his style. Tha
  2. Another victory against my unpainted pile, this is Belegast the Bloodthirsty (the new version). I'd like to thank uber_n3rd, Jasonator and Guindyloo for the feedback I recieved in the wip thread.
  3. Been a while since I've had something to post here! I give you the barbarous Rollo, sculpted by Tre Manor: My first attempt at TMM! Hope you enjoy, WIP was on my blog at cashwiley.com.
  4. This is Rollo the Fellhanded from Red Box Games. I notice now that the pictures contain quite alot of white dots, that's because I did a poor job with the spray on matt varnish. It usually looks much better but on this figure I failed to get a even spray :/ Also the face got abit to much so I had to sort of fix it. It wasn't a master piece before but I do think it looked abit better. But varnishing mistakes aside I'm fairly happy with how he turned out.
  5. Edele of Aelfheim by Tre Manor -Elf After a swift polish of this figure I Greenstuffed it on the base. I'm very pleased with the way it came out. I got to work on this one so quick I didnt get many WIP shots in but I am not finish with her yet. I also got some hair highlights! What do you think? And here is one i with a little more shading!
  6. Woldvagner the Elder from Red Box Games. I have stared to delve into my RBG collection. I'm moderately happy with how this figure turned out. I really need to work on the eyes for future RBG miniatures. I feel that something might be missing but I can't put my finger on it.
  7. Recently got painted what may've been my favorite mini from Bones 2, the adaptation of Tre Manor's Krug, Hill Giant Chiefton. Great model, my first giant, and a fun one to paint, turned out. Just tried to keep it pretty simple, I guess. Tried for white wood with the club, in my ongoing quest to get wood right/not awful. Thought the goldish metal went well on it, too. I'm always silver. Wanted a wasteland-stones-something kind of something I don't know with the base. Thanks for looking!
  8. Hello, Below is my rendition of Kieron, Ranger. I've had this sculpt for a while now and finally ordered it. He only took about three hours from start to finish. Questions, comments, criticisms, and critiques are greatly appreciated. If you are interested in seeing more of my stuff here is a link to my miniature and terrain blog. http://danceswithhipposterrain.blogspot.com/ Stop by and leave some comments!
  9. I finished another from my WIP shelf - a barbarian from Red Box Games, using the RMS Fair Skin Triad and the flesh wash. I don't really use the wash as a wash, more of a glaze over the basecoat of Fair Skin Shadow, then I blend in another layer of Fair Skin shadow before layering up from there. Hope my fellow fans of Tre's work enjoy it! Also, stuck with the yellow background for now but I hope its less distracting on this miniature since it's tones are different.
  10. Work-In-Progress for RBG: Olsvalter the Aged by Tre Manor This miniature was a commission for my D&D group. He is standing on broken ground that is still irradiated by magic. This is the second John (Tre) Manor Sculpt I have painted. I'm fond of his style. C&C welcome
  11. Olsvalter the Aged by Tre Manor -Norse Human I am attempting to do more work with pigment rather than glazing with inks for shading. After reading the discussion about it, I thought it would be a good idea to push myself. The base is custom with spackle, The design is done by me, although you can't see it right now. This photo is not white balanced: It looked really odd when I tried to do it... The display of the colors is accuate though. The light bits are a light shade of GW: Shadow Grey.
  12. This is the last of the Brigand Series by Tre Manor; Long Shot Loim served under the Duke of Norfolk, He wasn't always a scoundrel, nor a brigand. Ever since that fight in the tavern, he had been on the run. He didn't relish the thought of having another personal confrontation, so he used his other skill. He was lethal with a bow, and it kept him far enough away from his target to hear nothing. He always laid a sword at his feet, you never know if an emergency were to occur. He was smart enough to always give himself a back up. Comments and Critiques are always appreciated, and
  13. The Draugr from Red Box Games. I absolutely love these figures! I used this tutorial for the skin and I can't help to be somewhat befuddled with how many different hues I still managed... I'm really pleased with the result. If I was to change anything it would be to stain the clothing.
  14. I've started to ignore my fear and dive into my collection of Red Box Games miniatures. Here is the warp version of Morgrimn the Mighty!
  15. Back into the fray again with another of Tre's miniatures. This one has some interesting texture going on in the doublet. I've primed him, did some of my standard brown liner in dark areas. I gave him a green hood for right now, it might change. Gave him a simple face for the moment. Just base coating. Beginning getting my feel of the miniature, and deciding what I want to do with him. So here is the last of the brigands, Long Shot Loim.
  16. My favorite mini of the year so far, maybe: Tre Manor's Tradkarl the Wanderer, from his Red Box Games line. Just a totally fantastic mini, wish I could've done it greater justice. Was pretty happy with the animal-skin jacket (and pants) and the fur trim. Made the log of a Bones sprue and was stupid pleased with myself. Snow on it didn't turn out like I'd hoped, though. Thanks for looking!
  17. Another of my beloved sculpts by Tre Manor. Smarty Sean is a hoot to paint. One of those one inch mini's that can drive you banana's; but a great sense of accomplishment when you get him done. As I always remark, doing high quality challenging sculpts make you grow as a painter. These are sculpts to grow by. Critiques/comments are greatly desired and solicited. So leave me a note please ! Here are some photos of Smarty Sean. I include the black and white to show how big he is visually.
  18. I wouldn't actually post this mini if it wasn't for the RP Challege. I started this at ReaperCon 2014 for Wappel's Shaded Basecoat class. I could never motivate myself to finish it. I finally slapped some more paint on it to call it done. I am happy to have it no longer in my to do pile.
  19. Here are some quick tabletop paint jobs of the big Bones orcs. I am calling this my red orc squad, I will probably use blue or green accent color on my second, still unpainted set. Group shot with the previously finished Orc Berserker (77059) on the far left:
  20. Dirk wasn't very good at a lot of things, Especially gambling, and wenching; though he found out early that he was very good at getting Drunk, and swilling wine. Here he is trying to find his way back from another night of loosing, but he walked away with a treasure, a half jug of wine. He even managed to hold onto it as he weaved and tripped his way back to camp ! Here is Dirk The Ne'r Do Well. Oh, comments and/or critiques are always welcomed, and greatly appreciated !
  21. HERE WE GO!!! The journey for Friar Stone has finally reached its conclusion, he has returned home with many tales to tell and many adventures to reminisce about. His final stop brought him to me to have his base done and I went with something simple, but elegant. A stone pave way with him situated on top of one of the display plinths I won at the ReaperCon auction and stained up a nice color. Figure: Friar Stone, The Traveling Monk Manufacturer: Reaper Miniatures SKU#: 03205 Sculptor: Tre Manor Material: Metal Participants: ub3r_n3rd Korimar Samurai Jack
  22. Started Magda at ReaperCon and finished her the other evening after my son went to sleep. I'm thankful I got two of her as part of his Kickstarter because this piece overall lends itself to lots of different ideas and versatility. I made the flat metal surface of her ring an actual jewel. There's a line on the right side of her cheek which I think is an accidental nip from when I was tossing highlights on the hair; it's hard to see with the naked eye so I'm not going to fuss with it.
  23. I have gotten rather hooked on Tre Manor's sculpts. I was given "Dirk the Ne'r Do Well", and I have been planning on painting him. Well, He has been washed, primed, and has 16 coats of paint on him so far. The two colors are not the easy ones, but I love how they clash, I will be tossing some red in there also to make a good rumble. I wasn't planning on making a WIP, but then I thought, Jay, you're using Orange and robinh will be delighted. So...I'll do the WIP. Here are three photos of Hapless Dirk.
  24. Much to my amazement, and Happiness, I discovered I had one last RGB Barbarian to paint this morning. Since I decided that this Birthday I would do only what I wanted to do; I had decided that I was going to paint all day. At the Bottom of the to do box was Bloody Garm !!!!!!!!!!!! So I have spent the day painting Bloody Garm. I took all the information that I had over the last eleven (kathud) miniatures, and applied them to Garm. I even brushed color on the static grass ! Highlighted and washed back words. Tried every trick I could remember... Has been a blast. So the LAST of
  25. Like all Sculpts by Tre Manor, Valda was a delight to paint. Very challenging vixen. I started experimenting with the gray scale photography on this last RBG Barbarian. I really learned a great deal from this one. I have based her to compliment the other barbarians that I have done from this series. C and C are always welcomed, leave me a comment as to what you think. Here's Valda The Black Hearted. I have Modified the post as I was requested to get a better look at her face. I managed to get a photo of her face with my cell phone. Like looking at my painting under a micros
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