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  1. Done. OSL effect. Trying to make it look like he's lit from the campfire.
  2. Here we go! It's time to finally give me time to this OSL thing. I saw this model and thought it'd be perfect to do as if this bugbear snuck up on a group of adventurers over their campfire. I'll try to base this guy with a camp fire below him. How's he look? Here's him from the under-side:
  3. I did it! I painted up this wonderful guy sent to us in the Ghoulie Bag. Not gonna lie, he was stupid fun to paint, everything from the chiseled physique to the pumpkins on his back to the bone-handled sickle to the bits of pulp drool coming out his mouth. Comments and advice welcome.
  4. A very fun model to paint. It’s full of expression and has a dynamic pose. Highly recommended!
  5. Hi guys and gals, So just painted these two, which were pretty simple jobs being they didn't have too many things hanging off of them. These are bugbears sculpted by Tom Meier, back in 1983. I had always thought these were odd kind of figures, because my other concept of bugbears at the time were the Monster Manual version as well as the two Grenadier bugbears that were available at the time. One of my future projects is to paint the Grenadier bugbears as well, plus some more recent Partha bugbears and I think I have somewhere the female bugbear by Reaper that I'd like to paint
  6. So, here is the victim for my #craftpaintchallenge. I did some minor modifications, a little gap filling, and a minor amount of cleanup. I'm going to get started on the primer and base coats. As per my own guidelines I will be using only craft paints. I will also be using primarily Wappel Green Handle brushes for the majority of the work. Lets do this.
  7. Hi all. I may have finished this guy in record time. I am trying this new thing where when I want to stop and get up from my desk... I don't . This is a bugbear that I just primed with a couple others even though I didn't really have any strong feelings about him. But as I started working on him I started to get more excited, which is something that's been happening to me more now. I just start a mini to get more stuff painted and end up liking the job. I have started to put more effort into highlighting because I got a nudge here on the forums and I am so glad I did. I really like the
  8. Got to get a brighter light, but here are my bugbears.
  9. Hi guys, My take on this bad boy :)
  10. Here is the bugbear from the Grenadier Action Art Monsters set. Apparently he is from the “Blue Cow” clan.
  11. my second attempt at painting a Reaper miniature? Any thoughts - not sure how light to go on the skin - or how to finish his facial features cheers Andy
  12. Hello again, friends and monsters (who may also be friends) - we're back with another Fast N' Fancy Reaper miniature. Those of you who may have missed our previous examples and want to check them out can find them through these links: 03100 Thanis the Bonecaller 01614 Con Crud 2017 Convention Zombie But today, we will be doing Dark Heaven Legends 02818 Bugbears by Jason Wiebe. Well, one of them anyway. Since both bugbears are overall similar, we will be doing only one. For multipack figures that are broadly the same (such as skeletons, etc.) we'll only be pickin
  13. Okay here is my finished Bones Bugbear. CC always welcome.
  14. This is an old Grenadier bugbear that I started before Reapercon, and finished up last night as part of Inarahs' weekend painting binge. Painted to my usual tabletop standard, mostly in between waiting for my con projects to dry. Let me know what you think.
  15. This guy was several hours' work, finished him up earlier this evening! I may end up updating the pictures at some point, I'm still trying to figure out the optimal settings on the camera I used.
  16. So I am not sure if I was tired when I cleaned him up, scrubbed too hard when I cleaned him or just didnt notice, but do the 77015 bugbear warriors have a small separation between their head to the back of their neck? is the head and body two pieces? Could I fill it with super glue before I base coat it? Any suggestions or help is appreciated.
  17. Blood Bowl is a fantastic game- and for many years it has been unsupported. This has led to a lot of third party "fantasy football" miniatures, as well as a healthy habit of players converting their own teams. This is the second type. Sometime after the Bones 2 Kickstarter, I found that I had a lot more Bugbears than I felt like I needed. But I started thinking that they'd make great ogres, and if they only were a bit more demonic, they could be combined with a group of Imps that I had leftover from Ex Illis. So here are my team's stars- the Bearded Devils. So far, they've performe
  18. I managed to throw some paint around and get this guy finished as nameless mook number 3 for an evil overlord with an army. I really like this model, very characterful with plenty of options for conversion, so I may end up getting a couple more down the road. Any comments or advice appreciated.
  19. Another hobo bugbear who can't afford pants. I'm sure he could trade in those shiny bracelets for a whole wardrobe but I guess he doesn't give a crap. Next up on my Otherworld tour: gnolls.
  20. Censored for your virgin eyes. I really like these classic bugbears. I don't know that they needed to include monster "junk" but it makes it a conversation piece.( I had to paint that thing) ha. I did a comparison picture to the modern bugbear.
  21. Hi y'all! Real life has temporarily taken me out of the loop, and I haven't posted or checked in on this forum in a good long while. But I've at least been getting the occasional paint session in, and thought I'd put up a few of the things I've been working on. Here are the four Bones Bugbears, ready to put down the hurt on my D&D tabletop. I love these sculpts (by Tre Manor), and I think they are some of the minis that worked out really well in Bones (had to pin in a little metal rod in that spiked club though, as it was a bit too flexible). They were slightly too large for 25 mm base
  22. Another recently finished piece, who was unrelated to the Sea Creatures I recently painted. I'll have to give her the nickname Lemonslayer, after a particular Half-Elf Paladin whose attentions weren't always appreciated by the female monster.
  23. These are the minis I painted for Fealron for Secret Sophie. He said he was wanting some monsters that would live in a cavern or ice cavern. So, I imagined Ankheg (77230) as the mother and the channel grub (77226) as the larva. I painted the channel grub in blues and purples with yucky pink suckers. I used a little water effect on the slime trail it was sitting on. (Like a giant yucky slug!) I just painted the base for gaming like it was shiny ice. I used a gloss varnish because I wanted the grub to look slimy and icky! I wanted to use the same color scheme for the mother but I wan
  24. I ended up with two of this fellow, and I wanted to make each distinct, so I did a little work on them before the painting started. On one I trimmed some of the spikes off of his shield (which now looks like it would make a great offhand weapon!) For the other I trimmed most of the spikes off of his club, then carved some simple wood grain into it. It wasn't a major conversion, but it was enough to give them each a different look.
  25. In the month of September I was able to make headway on painting up the 7 bugbears I'd like to paint. These are a little above tabletop quality as I'm working to refine my glazing technique while still being able to crank out quality work in a more brief timeframe. I wanted each of my bugbears to appear to be of the same species while retaining their own unique skin tone. These three I finished in September. To me, Mogg has a rather "refined" or noble quality to him. I opted to have his colors reflect that, and instead of doing the white-out eyes of the other bugbears, I wanted to give hi
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