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  1. Showcasing more old-paintjobs from one of my former adventuring parties. This time we look at Willow the Eladrin Warlock, represented by Feiya, Iconic Witch. I enjoyed playing with colors with her, though in retrospect, I wish I had used some more magentas and purples. I believe the leaves on the base were painted oregano. Reverse side under the spoiler: Willow is an Eladrin of the Feywild. When her world started to freeze over, she was sent by her patron to cross over into the material world and discover the source of the cold. A stranger to Frostrun a
  2. This is Reaper's Elise the Witch. SKU. 02863 ( Metal Figure) Once she was part of a big Halloween Diorama but that didn't survive the move. I was able to save the minis though. I rebased her, gave her some highlights/ repainted parts. She's back in action now, ready to turn you into a frog or a willing servant. Part of my Undead/Demon/Witchhunters Project https://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/79298-children-of-the-night-by-glitterwolf/
  3. Presenting Veteran Hemlocke, she's part of the Morticians Guild from the game Guild Ball by Steamforged Games. Originally part of the Union, she managed to escape it's destruction and, being what passes for a magic user in the Guild Ball world, found a home with the spirit summoners of the Morticians. Overall I'm happy with this one, but she is a bit rough in places, painting that snake was a big pain in the bum! As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  4. ...and the last long term resident of the desk has reached Show Off. Reaper's Krissy Modern Witch. I didn't include the stuffed animal familer that came with her as I have plans to use that in another project. I painted her orb as a magic 8ball, and between that and the dice, I'm thinking she might have a bit of a gambling problem. (which would also explain her lack of clothing, she's been having a bad run...) I attempted to give the stockings the impression of being sheer, and from a distance it works well enough.
  5. ...and another long term resident of the Shelf of Incompletion reaches Show Off... I decided on a traditional "Salem-like" color scheme for her, both to ground the steampunk elements, and to tie her in with the Witch Hunters I've been working on. The sealer apparently wasn't fully dry when I took this picture. Arg. But at least she's done.
  6. ...and whilst gathering Firewood of an evening, I chanced to see a glow from a clearing a-nearby and hear sounds as of Chanting; taking it upon myfelf to enquire further, and creeping to the edge of yon Clearing I beheld Gooddame Wembley and Goodwife Jessup comporting themfelves oddly round a curious ring of stones; likewise with them was an uncanny Moppet malign of afpect, conftructed of string and rags, and also Effigies of wood and bracken made, which same did appear to move of their own Accord as though they had Volition, and did consort with thofe worthies... ...Prefent
  7. Rhasia has been on my paint desk for a long time. I love the dynamic sculpt. Had some problems seeing all the tiny details, and keeping her skin from being blotchy. This is one I would paint again someday if my skills improved.
  8. For my upcoming Ravenloft campaign.
  9. I am churning out the Bones 4 core set PC-types just to get them out of the way before I can get stuck in with the more interesting monsters and creatures. Now with sharper images! #19: Young Witch Tiffany 25mm base
  10. After well over a year of the Shelf of Incompleteness she is done! Part of the reason she hung around there that long is because she was the first figure in a long while that I wanted to extend higher than my usual tabletop level into display level and part of the way thru I hit a wall. In doing so I learned where my current limits are. This was also my first attempt at painting sheer clothing. Her hair came out better than expected considering this turned into a speed paint when I got back to her. The Witch of November mayhap? Save a Broom, Ride a Pumpkin! One
  11. I finally finished this project! This was a mini I got a forgotten number of years ago with an order during October. Being as this is a more modern vibe the first thing that came to my mind first is: Make her a neon Witch! This was such a joy to paint. It was my first real attempt at osl and sheer fabric. I used quite a few reaper paints but I will give you the main ones that pulled of the effects that I wanted. If you have other question feel free to ask and I will share with you what I used/did. Dominant paints used: Punk rock pink 09286 Marid blue 89526 Clear magenta 09
  12. Last year I painted Reaper's Halloween Knight with - I think - some success (you can check the mini on my Insta account, @albertnyarla); so I decided to start a tradition and pay hommage to my favourite festivity this year too. Here I went with one of my favourite horror tropes, the Witch, with this fantastic Witch Coven by Reaper, under the "Tree of Despair" from Bones IV, with a couple hommages to good horror movies. Had to refrain myself to include even more references to avoid getting it too crowded. Overall, I'm happy with the outcome. It will mean everything (if you li
  13. Singing the big hits: I ended up with three of them, so I did some experiments with base colors and washes. They are similar, but easy enough to tell apart when they end up in game play.
  14. So here is a small little mini that was sculpted way back in 1979, making the sculpt already 40 year old. It was sculpted by Dennis Size in the old Partha Days and belonged to a game that Partha had produced called the Witch's Cauldron, which pitted adventurers against monsters. I've never actually played the game some miniatures that I've painted actually came from this game. So here is the witch, to whom the cauldron belonged. She is a small little figure and crouched down to make her even smaller. The white hair has actually got some shades and washes in it, but you can't always see the
  15. I had decided early on to paint her as a less then friendly witch, and to include a few references to various things. Her yellow eyes and white hair, (actually Vampire Skin and Vampire Highlight) were to suggest she may be a relation of Raistlen Majere, her pink orb is Mearlyn's Grapefruit from Stephen King's Dark Tower series,(which I had a bit of trouble painting) and her tome is the Red Book of Appin. All in all not a friendly witch and likely a bitter and sarcastic one. The circle she's standing in was the result of a happy accident. My GW Hapshut Copper is rather old and was ac
  16. An interesting figure. The pauldrons and purity seals hint that perhaps she was once a member of the 40k Inquisition who decided to switch sides...
  17. This one was a lot of fun, and I need a better camera for this..
  18. Have nearly finished Trista the White Wolf and am doing the base colours on the Pathfinder Witch. Both Reaper Bones. Army Painter Strong tone ink used as a primer followed by Vallejo paints and a further ink wash for Trista. I like the hair on the witch as the mini has a very anime feel but am not sure about the Vallejo Red Leather bit I have done for her belt and a corset. May paint over or just have red/brown accents on the gloves and boots and make the corset bit green. All c and c welcome.
  19. It's been such a long time since I posted something here. I've been wanting to re-join the community for ages, and now I received a new photo tool I think will help me take better photos, let me share some again ^^ First we have the "All Hallow's Eve" figure. As usual when a figure doesn't have a name I like to give it one, and for her it's Black Aliss. I painted her short after christmas. I'm still stuck on the blacks, trying to improve the black highlighting. The underskirt reads as blue I think, besides that, I feel I reached a good level here. The base is pretty simple,
  20. Howdy, A woman with a perfect figure... Kev! P.S. Click the pic to see the flaws...
  21. As I pondered my choice of wizard for my new monstrous Frostgrave warband, I slowly realized there was only one choice really. I put his witch, cat, and cauldron into he shopping cart around Halloween time. I knew I needed one for any legitimate Halloween display of miniatures. But it had sat unpainted in the blister for a few months while other things took priority. Back to the frostgrave war band. So I chose witch as my wizard's school and proceeded to fill the ranks of soldiers with monstrous members like the horned hunter and a medusa archer, couple of tieflings, and even g
  22. Baba Yaga Hut Company: Eastern Front Studios Painted by: ME (Iron Bristle Studios) I have more photo's on my website but I didn't want to clog up Reapers forums with them all. There is already a lot here. Finally finished this beast! What a project. I really hope my fellow Forumnite friends enjoy this. I did OSL and new shading techniques. I attempted to do better with my photographing in many ways. I even bought Hanger 18 back grounds. The big ones though... I didnt have a back drop large enough so I had to use a black sheet. Here is the WIP if
  23. Here's a Special Edition Figure I finished Yesterday. She was fun and fairly easy to paint thanks to the big details. It's a great model to practice on eyes painting. So, here's 01532, Esme the Chibi Witch sculpted by Bob Ridolfi and totally inspired by Rhonda Bender's choice of color. Her cloak is screaming for a freehand but I'm lacking inspiration. Anyone got an idea?
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