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  1. Hello All, Here is a recently completed 77054 "Galladon, Human Wizard". I did have to make changes to the staff. I could not straighten it out by any means to my satisfaction. So, I cut off the original staff, drilled a hole in his hand and replaced the Bones bendy plastic staff with a brass rod. I cut off the bottom and top of the plastic staff, pinned the parts to the brass rod and there you go. Thank you for looking.
  2. This is s figure that I painted during a speed painting class at Reapercon a couple years ago. I decided to go back and clean up a couple things that I think could have been a little better. I know that's not quite the idea of speed painting, but I brought him to my tabletop standard, so I'm happy with him now.
  3. Hello All, Here is a 77020 Bathanlian D'khul I completed today. I do believe it is supposed to be an Illithid - Mind Flayer 😉. Thank you for looking.
  4. Hello All, Here is a metal 04088 Erebus Nalas, Evil Sorcerer miniature I completed last week.
  5. Midlam got me again! Wizards' Apprentices Volume II: Now we got gifted magical girls full of promise to go with their male classmates from "Volume 1" (Midlam MIniatures' first KS in 2016).
  6. I am Working on my Adventuring kids. I liked the idea of having these Minis for my Kids. Currently it is the thief. Well, my Girls dont like thieves so much, so it will be more something else. We will see. I startet with some green. Looked a little scary.
  7. This an old D&D miniatures Bonded Fire Summoner that I cleaned up the basic paintjob it came with. This was mostly done to knock out something quick to get back into painting. Basic tabletop. Lots of dust, I really need to clean out the lightbox....
  8. Hello everyone, this is 02473, Aramil the Elf Sorcerer sculpted by Sandra Garrity. I like the shoulder pads and the way the overcoat is textured. I went with a reddish color for the staff to complement the colors of the clothes.
  9. Bringing the heat to Frostgrave. .
  10. From about 5-10 years ago. Great sculpt, except that staff is thin and fragile as all get out. Base is a bit meh, I think I should have stippled in a bit more texture, and more color gradation (reds in shadows?), for more interesting stone. .
  11. She's a cool little sculpt from one of those bulk enemies lots on Amazon (works great as a PC/NPC as well). This was a pretty quick paint job. My main goal was to try out some different color schemes (I was falling into a rut). I'm not sure where the idea for the toothpaste-green dress came from, but I think it works. This particular mini recently got to come to life in one of my homebrew D&D campaigns as a homemade NPC - Alcinia, the haughty quest-giving wizard living in Neverwinter. As always, I'd be interested in any thoughts/criticism on the model.
  12. February was a productive month. Here is the Dragon and Stocking freebie from this past Christmas. #1631. Here is another little dragon. The Young Fire Dragon (DHL #3332). It's not easy being green. Time for class. How to grow your hoard. Here is the Human Wizard, Vodelis. DHL # 4009. He and Amari have the same broach. I think they are old friends from Magic school. And finally, here is the Bones Kickstarter V hippogriff.
  13. Bad photos, bad Bones cast, and tabletop paint job of Balto Burrowell the Gnome Wizard. Painted this one up as my sons kid character in hero kids. Fuego is a young kid who can cast some fire spells and has survived three adventures and he was on his own in the last one. I am really beginning to loath these older human sized minis, but this is the closest I had to a human child for his character. Fairly simple base coat, washes, and highlights. I was having a lot of problems with my skin tone paints being too thin (even after several minutes on the vortex mixer). I guess that is the pit fall of no painting for months outside of terrain.
  14. Here is Lashana, bad-elf female warrior-wizard. I was inspired by a movie I saw recently. Really enjoyed working with the red and orange colors. I like how non-traditional and energizing the color scheme is.
  15. I realize it's not the weekend, but the week was quite busy and I'm happy to have got any of this done at all. BATTLE REPORT! This little wizard's focus for me was going to be brighter colors and trying to do skin and hair better. I think it came out pretty well. Wins: * The base color of red tone and highlighting upward to flesh tone seems to be a good mix. * Keeping to adjacent colors on the color wheel made for a pleasing, eye-catching combo. I have to say using the reds, oranges, and browns was pretty fun. * I did as much highlighting and avoiding washes as I could. This has been my practice over the last number of models I've done. I don't get how the videos show people just splashing it on for amazing results. I don't get it, can't seem to do it the same, so I resort to taking more time on starting dark and going light. Much like Dr. Faust's painting videos. I've learned much from watching him. * Mixing paints is getting better. I used like colors to lighten and highlight and I'm getting a better balance and understanding of how they may look really different wet, but getting to know how they dry and differs greatly. * The eyes worked better going in order of black first, white second, black third. I was doing a white, black, white and it made the eyes look weird. @Inarah pushed me to try something different and it's been working better. * The brown hair with little highlights came out good and I'm trying to be very light in my touch to get subtle look versus stark. Win! Misses: * The staff is okay. I tried to give it like some kind of weathered look or cool effect at the end, but it just didn't sing like I had hoped. * On the back of his cape, there's a part that I tried shading inf that just didn't look believable to the eye. I tried to hit it a few times to catch the light and how to lighten the edgest, but it was lost on me. Fail. *The skin on his hand held out has a funny look to it up close. I tried to bring out some of pads of his fingers and palm, but it doesn't look as good as I had hoped. Overall it's another win, and I'm happy with the results.
  16. Just one more for now. I recently received a kickstarter which had decal pages for books and scrips. They were primarily for warhammer but the author made some changes during the kickstarter to make them more system neutral. I got them and then went looking for a mini to try them on. I found Lor Gorna first and this was the result. I liked the mini and i also liked the color i got on his robes and cloak! And of course his purpose, the book, came out pretty well too!
  17. My first painted miniature of the year, Darius the Wizard. Hopefully this will get the ball rolling again! To be honest I am not generally a fan of plastic minis, I grew up in the days when miniatures were almost exclusively lead or pewter and so maybe I am a little biased, however I got this guy free with a recent order and was pleasantly surprised at the quality of the new Bones USA plastic. It feels solid, and is a lot more rigid than some of the other plastic miniatures I've had in the past, which can often be quite soft or even bendy. The detail seems much more crisp and sharp too. I think I may finally be converted to the world of plastic minis! He was painted in an afternoon, whilst the base was made from Sculpy Clay, using balled up tinfoil to give it the stone like texture.
  18. Another that started as a WIP. I was going for an East Indian skin tone. I find this figure curious for a mage, with armor and a spear. And strange scalloped shapes on her back. The color washes out the difference between the orange and yellow colors, sadly. WIP Link below. https://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/90829-darcstaar-vs-bones-1-episode-6-devona/&tab=comments#comment-1928602 Enjoy.
  19. This week I finished "Arakus Landarzad, Wizard" from the "Grey Beards" set in the Bones 4 Core box. I tried a couple experiments with this guy; one was using purple for the shadows on the yellow robes, and the other was using Citadel Contrast Paint to do the gem on the staff. To read more about it see: http://allbonesabout.blogspot.com/2021/01/arakus-landarzad-wizard-bones-4-figure.html
  20. Hello Everyone! I just painted this guy this morning and liked him so much I figured I may as well post him here. I also decided to try and freehand some stars on his robes, so tell me what you think. Also any tips on lighting and stuff would be nice. Currently I'm just using two lamps and my phone camera.
  21. Hello everyone, here are pictures of the third model I entered in the Pathfinder painting contest. This is the metal version of 60009 Seoni the Sorceress sculpted by Bob Ridolfi. The challenging part on this one was painting the tattoos and the other freehand on her clothes.
  22. Wizards of the Coast D&D metal model. From the year Two-Thou-sand (you have to say it like Conan O'Brien) Rescued from the Island of Lost Pewture, (aka my friends rpg storage shed) and painted up. I love his goggles, I don't think you see enough of those on wizard minis. I can see a fireball coming.
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