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  1. Hello All, Here is a 30010 Bones USA "Berg Ironthorn, Dwarf Crossbowman" I completed last January. Thank you for looking.
  2. First experience with bones USA line and kinda of like it. Tried to work on glow effect on the sword
  3. Background: for those who might not be aware, the bones USA line is made in a new process that is similar to both injection molding, and traditional metal spincast. You make a master model, push it into some uncured rubber finesse the parting lines, squish the second half of the mold on, and vulcanize the rubber ( so far just like metal spin cast). Then you use those molds in a special injection mold machine ( sioform) and in seconds you have beautiful new models. The siocast website is still pretty info scarce. Questions: how long does it take to vulcanize a siomold compared to spin cast molds? Do you vulcanize with a traditional oven, inside the sioform, or a specialty oven? Are there patch kits or do you just have to sacrifice 1 mold for every 10 or 20? Anyone else have questions for the reaper staff or other industry insiders?
  4. And the last of my bones' dwarfs... Oh wait, it's a Bones USA..... ME LIKEY ! hehe
  5. OMG, please don't tell me that 'bones plastic' is starting to rub off against me.
  6. Understand that Tub is a dwarf baker, not a dwarf-baker! He has nice simple shapes for blending, with room to add detail with freehand (such as my diamond motifs, wood-grain, and "spilled flour"). Tub is part of a themed grouping with Nub the dwarf sausage-maker and the two halfling cooks (Chop and Grub). You may have seen Rhonda "Bird with a Brush" Bender's renditions of those other three. (And if you haven't, then go to the blog on her website!) Enjoy, Derek
  7. Presenting the Cleric of Maersuluth, now that Reapers latest painting competition is over I can show off my entry for it! He didn't do particularly well (I think I came last), but I like him and, more importantly, I had a lot of fun painting a mini I probably wouldn't have purchased otherwise. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  8. I had fun doing three characters of the same type this month (vamps and elves) well actually seeing them pictured together was the fun part that I thought I'd round off and finish February with some thieve's but this time decided to add a common theme, brown and green to hopefully give them more highway rouges look and not city thieves but of course the female was all city.
  9. I had fun doing three characters of the same type this month (vamps and elves) well actually seeing them pictured together was the fun part that I thought I'd round off and finish February with some thieve's but this time decided to add a common theme, brown and green to hopefully give them more highway rouges look and not city thieves but of course the female was all city.
  10. I had fun doing three characters of the same type this month (vamps and elves) well actually seeing them pictured together was the fun part that I thought I'd round off and finish February with some thieve's but this time decided to add a common theme, brown and green to hopefully give them more highway rouges look and not city thieves but of course the female was 'all city'.
  11. Hello to all the Reaper ladies and gents out there! So I've finally gotten around to painting my first Bones USA miniature, Fillyjonk the Hellborn Rogue, and I must say it was quite a pleasurable experience. Lots of good detail, eyes and nose were very discernible, life was pretty good. The only issues I had were with getting rid of the mold lines, plastic flash reacts quite a bit different than metal flash and as I tried to get rid of the plastic flash, it would not completely separate itself from the mini, but kind of left a little string of plastic. But that's not such a big deal I guess ultimately. So here she is, first Hellborn figure I've painted as well, so a double debut of all things Reaper: Oops, think the closeup was a little large, but I'm too lazy to go shrink it down. Anyhoos, hope you all enjoy! I'm definitely a supporter of this Bones USA material, it was very nice! I wonder how much the oncoming Bones VI is going to be Bones Black, I'm hoping for most or all of it. I've done some Bones Black figures and the detail was decent, but this is quite a lot sharper.
  12. Or, as I like to call him, Smaul Hollywood.
  13. Spooky season is almost a wrap, so what better project than this year's Ghoulie Bag promo? One of them arrived missing an arm, but Reaper's awesome customer service replaced him. He got a WH Beastman shield to fix it (and a Chaos Warrior mace) The other conversion has a Beastman axe and slightly reposed arms.
  14. Posting this month, October's projects finished so far (and no sorry I'm not an Orc-tober person). I've been wanting to do a group/series of hellborn/tiefling figures for fun but seems whenever I went to order something they would slip my mind and I get something else. Ah but reaper cursed me and gave me a free hellborn figure and now I can tell I'm gonna be ruined.
  15. A very fun model to paint. It’s full of expression and has a dynamic pose. Highly recommended!
  16. and than Reaper came out with a new bones usa bugbear so just had to try and paint him along with a raiding party for them.
  17. Five Parsecs From Home crewmember Lysette Franks, who has already blown up your tanks: Bones USA, modified.
  18. Hello everyone, I enjoyed painting the new Bones USA Lysette. I think on this one I tried to go for glowing Irises with a yellow green color, but perhaps against a white eye it's not as noticeable until you zoom in. I''m happy to see the other Bones USA so far seem to have quite high detail. especially the Leprechaun and the mouse on Darius the Wizard, so I look forward to painting those as well.
  19. I went with cursed gold and new gold with tungsten plating and sepia glazes for shadows on the gold bits. Blue titanium and hot blue for the blue parts, with a little bit of nightmare black for lines. Skin is a base of vampire mist with amethyst purple and brains pink glaze. Hair is mercury fliers blue with led blue and vampire mist highlights.
  20. I was going for hi-vis jacket with reflectors.
  21. (unknown code) Bones USA Mangu Timur or Darth Sauron as I like to call him. Or maybe MandaSaurion is better? Sculpted by Bobby Jackson Bones USA 32mm base. This version currently only available as part of the recent Bones USA Learn to Paint Kit.
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