Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'Tre Manor'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Reaper Discussion
    • News
    • Reaper General & Faq's
    • Reaper's Product Lines
    • ReaperCon
    • Reaper Virtual Expo
  • Reaper Social
    • Exchanges and Contests
    • Birthdays!
    • Streaming
    • Socializing
  • Painting
    • Show Off: Painting
    • Works in Progress: Painting
    • Tips & Advice: Painting
    • Shutterbug
    • Speed / Army / Tabletop Techniques
  • Sculpting, Conversion, and Terrain
    • Show off: Sculpts, Conversion, Terrain.
    • Works in Progress: Sculpts, Conversion, Terrain.
    • Tips and Advice: Sculpting
    • Tips and Advice: Conversion
    • Tips and Advice: Terrain
    • Tips and Advice: 3-D printing
    • Conversions, Presentation, and Terrain
  • General Discussion
    • General Fantasy
    • General Sci-Fi
    • General Modern / Historical
    • Kickstarter
    • Off-Topic Rampancy
  • The Sandbox
    • The Gathering
    • The Playing
    • Fiction, Poetry, and Other Abuses
  • Reaper Games
    • CAV
    • Warlord

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Location


Interests

  1. The last of my Red Box Games from the last Kickstarter. Valda The Black Hearted. Oh.. this is a really tight sculpt ! Once I put her together I was like, "How are these brushes going to get in there". I figured while everyone scoped out Hakar the Horrible in the Show offs, I would start doing Valda. I'm playing a lot with this one. I want Noir Black on the fur, and silver highlights, and I want her attire to be crimson with blood red highlights. (so far, may change if the contrast isn't enough). Best part of these miniatures from Tre Manor is the complexity, you can do almost anythi
  2. Hakar The Horrible has been a hoot to paint. Since it is part of a set I have kept to a theme in painting these Barbarians. I have modified colors to just have fun painting them. I've tried to make each one an individual. Hakar I've made more Nordic, and used Green and Rocks in his basing. Your comments and Criticism are welcome and sought after as usual. I also include a group photo with the Horde so you get an idea how he fits in. This has been quite the learning experience, and these one inch mini's are quite the challenge. Yes, he has blue eyes..way in there ! Here is
  3. It looks like this and another post of mine (plus a third that I didn't finish posting) were all assigned the same post ID (or some similar identifying value) when I duplicated the new thread page last night. It looks as though everything got pretty mangled, and the only way I know of off the top of my head to fix this is to start a new post. That thread is here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/61555-77206-friar-stone-bones-ii-release/
  4. This is the second to last Red Box Mini I have left. I really had no intention of going on a Barbarian Spree; but that appears to be what has happened. I have really gotten into this series, and I might as well finish, since I am enjoying them so much. So here is Hakar The Horrible with his axe. I've primed him, and given him a strong wash in brown liner to aid me in shadows, and building up flesh tones, and color. Think it is time to go for a green kilt apron! I've done blue and red already on Svartulf, The Craven, and the Barbarian Horde.
  5. This has been a labor of love and angst. I in a moment of incredible stupidity decided to do ALL the Helsvakt Horde at one time. Not realizing how much work it was going to be, and how much I would need to learn to complete this project. They became quite the learning experience for me. Next time I jump in the pool, I will check for sharks, and how deep it is. Excellent project, fantastic sculpts, lots of surprises, and a lot of potential to learn a lot about minatures. I recommend these to anyone up for a real challenge. As always, comments, and critiques are welcome, and
  6. Its been a while since I posted a new WIP. Has been a bit busy around here, and putting these miniatures together has been a bit of a challenge. Sometimes you just have to grow your skills, and that is what this required. There are six members of the horde, and I haven't decided color scheme's yet, though I am leaning towards what I did with Svartulf The Savage. Though I may make the armor black also on this. Anyway, this is going to take some time to do, so this won't be a week in turn around to completion - that is for sure ! Here is a photo of the horde after I covered the
  7. I hadn't planned on finishing this Miniature today. I just couldn't put it down ! That's an endorsement of a great sculpt. Svartulf came alive in my hands in a sense. Once I started I just kept on wanting to uncover what the sculpt was about, this morning I realized I was done, and started the basing. I placed him inside a circular coffee filter when I started gluing components on the base. When it came to the black filter material, I was able to pour it on, push it down, and move it as needed using the paper filter. When done I used a "Proxa brush to remove excess, and then dump th
  8. After painting the Craven from Red Box Games I thought I would have had my fill of them. I saw Svartulf (Black Wolf) and went nuts. Yeap, I decided I had to have another Trebeard fix. You called that one correctly ub3r_n3rd (oh great enabler)...LOL. I also discovered that my camera can take a photo under nine (9) inches from the mini. I should have been using it all along. I will be posting few photos on this WIP, photography has been cutting into my paint time. Here is the primed Svartulf The Savage. (I think I saw him on a Motorcycle this morning),
  9. If you want a Joy Ride, do this Trio of Mini's !!!!!!!! I started these with a bit of nervousness, I had never done a RBG miniature before, I wish I knew what a treat it would be. So Much Detail ! I have switched to another camera and it has improved the quality of my photos. They are small in size, so I will post several photos of each miniature. I am using static grass, and material from a water filter in my basing. Comments and Critique's are always welcome, and desired. Here is my take on The Craven:
  10. After all the events of last week I decided that I needed a real challenge. I have had the RBG Kickstarter pieces sitting in my "To Be Painted" box for some time, and I said I have never painted one of Tre Manor's pieces before. I went for The Craven since they look like quite the challenge, and fun. So.. Cleaned up, washed, mounted on bases, and Primed...(I really needed to feel primer under my brush again after the crusader Knight !!! So here is The Craven awaiting the first touch of color...(Think Pinks are out) !!! (ROFL).
  11. I fell in love with this guy, Tre Manor's Dirk the Damned, immediately upon seeing the sculpt. His swagger is undeniable. Again, was happy with the rope on him. Also his clay jug, which hopefully looks clay. I'unno. This guy was in the start of my first batch of flesh-tones on a person-person. I really liked the results of mixing my own. Don't think I'll want to go back. Thanks for looking. Comments and suggestions and so on welcome.
  12. Next up another half-orc, and purposefully so this time. Derek the Dim, from Tre Manor's Red Box Games. He was an accidental acquisition, sent by mistake. Tre was kind enough to let me keep him. He wasn't on my radar at all during the Kickstarter, but I fell in love a little, honestly, when I saw him in person. More of my home-brewed orc-ish skin tone on this, though I left him unwashed (heh). Only real thing with which I managed to tickle myself on this one was the rope (him and on Dirk, soon to be posted, both). Don't think it shows in the crappy pictures well, but it actually turned out
  13. Ullr the Red, sculpted by Tre Manor. Red Box Games. Njorn faction, if I'm not misremembering. One of my favorite minis pretty much evar. Had a ton of fun with him, was really happy how he turned out. Thanks for looking. Suggestions and so on welcome.
  14. Hjordisa Ymirsdottir from Red Box Games. One more Tre Manor sculpt. I struggled to get a good photo as the figure is quite small. I'm really satisfied with the paintjob.
  15. Hey friends, I haven't posted any completed pictures of figures in at least a month, but I've been busy working and doing WIP stuff in the GROUP Red Box Games thread. I decided to go ahead and post some 'finished' pictures. Included are (not sequentially): 1) Ingvar the Brash 2) Grim Garrett 3) The Bastard Hughbert 4) Shadowblade Reyviande 5) Bad Betty 6) Red Meghan Reyviande, Betty and Meghan are going to be in a diorama that I bring to ReaperCon; these will all be there.
  16. Brynjar Thorir from Red Box Games. Another atempt to cure my "tre-manor-indimitating-sculpts"-phobia. I'm trying to finally cure it this year. I'm not sold on my coloring but overall I'm satisfied with the result.
  17. Boldverk the Bold from Red Box Games. I struggled to get good photos and eventually had to settle for these. Lately I’ve been trying to move away from my mandatory use of black lining. A strange thing is that I noticed today that a part of the face had been smudged with sealer. I'm trying to restore it but I sadly I think it's a lost cause. On the bright side it's a good excuse to buy another RGB mini :)
  18. This is Hakar the Horrible, a champion of the Helsvakt sculpted by Tre Manor for Red Box Games. I painted him up to represent a character in our Skulls & Shackles Pathfinder game, and he will thusly be hitting the gaming table alongside my own character Thula who I painted a while ago and Tyrax who I also just painted. This character is Fidrak the Bloodrager, a pirate with a lust for life who can sometimes get more than a little angry because of the demonic blood coursing through his veins (demonic blood tends to do that to you... trust me, I know). I'm really struggling with photograp
  19. We needed Bugbears for D&D and with the timing of my Bones II delivery on Friday I dug these guys out, washed them and sat down to paint them. I spent 4 hours on Sunday painting and basing these guys. Considering that breaks down to about 40 minutes a mini I am happy with them and now they can hit the table this week. And as a bonus they will also bring my total for the RPChallenge for February to 8. After looking up their sku's I discovered Reaper named the three new sculpts and I must say I love that they have names. Makes me feel they have so much more character now and feel sorry I
  20. I got a chance to paint Tre Manor's Gnoll Warrior, the Bones version. Love this guy--I spotted him when I visited a gaming store that actually keeps Reaper stuff stocked, and he became my first in-store Bones purchase. But, anyway. I "primed" him with gray liner and went from there. I don't know why I painted him gray instead of brown; because Disney, maybe. I remember those Lion King hyenas as gray, though I'm not even sure of that. But I shot for gray with black trim, such as it is. This was my first time putting gold metallic paint over a dark base, and I absolutely loved that. How meta
  21. This monster is something known as a Nether Beast, and comes from Tre Manor's Red Box Games. However, I painted him up as a Trollhound (it's a Pathfinder monster, and I have use of one for my game), so went with pretty much the same color scheme as for the troll I just painted. Hope you like him, C&C are always very welcome! And here he his, out for a morning walk with his troll master!
  22. Here's The Keeper, sculpted by Tre Manor for his Red Box Games. I love this figure, I think it was one of the first from Red Box that I saw and it really just blew me away. Anyway, we're starting a new Pathfinder game after the holidays, taking a break from Kingmaker which I'm running to switch DM's for a bit (so I get to play, yay!). It's going to be the pirate-themed Skulls and Shackles campaign, and I painted this guy up to be my character (I'm playing a Witch). This miniature was fun to paint, but a bit of a challenge for me. Especially the skin; I worked and worked on that skin until
  23. Done in the style of my regular orcs, except I switched the clothing bits to rust instead of red. I think it suits the orcs better. This is the first orc outside of the early Bones ones (normal orcs) I've done, so I'm glad to see the scheme translated over well. I have some 77105 Kagunk, Ogre Chieftan minis that will also get done this way. They appear a bit orcish, so I'm using them as even bigger orcs. That'll give me normal orcs (Norcs; 1HD orcs), big orcs (Borcs; orogs), and huge orcs (Horcs; ogre stats). When I get one of each done I'll share a family picture.
  24. I finally got to painting my Bones Orc Berserker, by Tre Manor. It was one of the first Bones I purchased, an awesome sculpt. I didn't get him nearly as green as has been my tendency with previous orcs. Was aiming for some more bluish black. In other news, my first use of a Secret Weapon wash is here: I used Baby Poop (lol) on the dark armor. Again, having trouble with the photos. I went back and took the last couple shots here after; I think maybe they give a better representation of how he looks in person. Thanks for looking. Comments and criticism are very welcome. Stil
  25. While Red Box Games is my favorite miniature line the trend is that I just buy the miniatures without painting them. Frankly because they scare me. The detail is smaller than what I'm used to and I'm afraid to screw it up. It's much easier to pick up and paint other miniatures because it doesn't really matter as much if I do screw them up :) But every once in a while I do gather enough courage to pick one up and finish it. Like Birgir the dvergr. I painted this for a DnD one shot at the local gaming store. I didn't know if it would be using miniatures (and it didn't) but if it did I wante
×
×
  • Create New...