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  1. 2 of these are from Bones 2 and one I bought when they first came out, prior to the kick starters. The base skin tone is Army Painter desert yellow. My photo backgrounds are all too small to handle these guys all at once, so that's just a piece of black felt.
  2. This is bugbear has been reimagined as a bugbadger. He wears the scales of a young dragon, a loincloth made from a tiger pelt, and a wolf's tail adorns his spiked club's handle. I cannot wait until my group sees this guy land on the table.
  3. Rugg, Bugbear Leader One of the Bones2 bugbears. I'm really pleased with the result. Great Worm The very popular great worm. My version doesn't hold any of the vast creativity that has been unleashed upon this model but I think it turned out quite nice despite it's "mundaness".
  4. So, I had a bad time this last Minis Exchange on the Reaper boards. I got a partner that I had no clue what to paint for them! I had no ideas, no inspiration, no anything really! It took until the week before we were supposed to send by for me to have an Idea. So here it is... So first off, I should explain a bit about this mini. Female Bugbears are not common miniatures to paint, so i had to have a reason for her to be useful for my Partner. So, I decided on this one due to Talae's interest in the Eberron D&D setting and that he said "Not All Monsters are Bad Guys". So, I though, well
  5. For the second mini of off the shelf of shame I have another bugbear. Mogg was the same as Rugg, I got tired of painting bugbears and saved him as a test subject. His shield was a test for the Scalecolor wood paint set. Mogg isn't actually sealed yet, but I had the camera out so I went ahead posted him
  6. My August goal is to clean off my shelf of shame, or at least shrink it down some. The first mini of the month is Rugg, bugbear leader. He was started at the same time as the bugbear warriors I posted awhile back, but I ran out of steam after five bugbears and put him on the shelf. My rational was to save him as a test subject for the Scalecolor set I had in the mail and he did serve that purpose... eventually. Poor Rugg looks like he could have used another shot of dullcote before his photo shoot. The gloss is nowhere near as noticeable under ambient lighting though, so I doubt I both
  7. My last Bugbear. I already painted one of these guys with the traditional color scheme, so I decided to do something a little different. Meet Qtip the albino Bugbear.
  8. I made him look a little old and beat up, and blind in one eye. Bugbears can live up to 89 years? I think?
  9. Gave him more of a red hue, to reflect his hot Irish temper. Two more bugbears to go, and they are identical. I'm thinking of making a old gray one, and an albino.
  10. When I looked at this guy compared to the rest of my bugbears I saw Angel Face from Fight Club. So I tried to give him some blonde highlights. I should have just done him in full blonde. Oh well.
  11. Really liking these killer teddy bears.
  12. So a Bugbear, a Monk, and an Executioner walk into a tavern...
  13. After taking care of the four bugbear grunts last month I had just enough energy to paint one of the bugbear heroes. They were blue so Kegg is green, which should help differentiate him on the tabletop. It's unfortunately not my best photography effort, but you get the idea.
  14. To quote from my WIP: "For my first Bones II minis I'm tackling the Bugbears. Given that they are a mainstay of d20 they should see plenty of use. For my color I went with the 2E description of "Their hide ranges from light yellow to yellow brown and their thick coarse hair ranges from brown to brick red." Now as you probably don't remember, I have never particularly cared much for the VGC Dwarf Skin & Elf Skin that I've had since my earliest painting days. I usually feel that what I end up with looks either somewhat jaundiced or a bit orange, but I own the paint and it's better to
  15. A conversion started for a barely ran 4E Essentials PC, and finished yesterday.
  16. My first two miniatures of the new year. True to form I set a few goals for the year and then pick a few miniatures with no real connection to them. Oh well... I picked these because they seemed as they where going to be a quick finish (and they were) and I mostly just wanted to be able to say that my unpainted pool is shrinking :)
  17. Ok, here are three more that I painted in the last month. More will be forthcoming, I'm putting the finishing touches on some rats, another orc, and finishing up some skaven that I started a long, long time ago. I also need to do up the half-giant hero for a game... The bugbear. Lot of good paint jobs on this guy out there, I made a conscious decision not to make the hair and beard distinct from the fur, just shaded it a bit darker: This is Garrick the Bold (Crusader with Sword and shield,) but in my Pathfinder game he's presently a 4th level Paladin named Heodin (HAY-oh-din, I
  18. My progress on the mountain of bones so far. I'm most proud of the owlbear which I think is an original scheme. It's based on a barn owl. C&C welcome as always.
  19. Here's my take on the bugbear. This is my first real re-basing attempt. In the past, I have done some really minor basing onto square tiles, but I spent quite a bit more time on this one. I cut off most of the broccoli base, and glued him to a Proxie Model circular base. I used some modeling paste to fill in the base, and then various ballasts for texture. I'm pretty happy with how it turned out, although I learned a lot for future attempts; most notably, base a few models at the same time, should speed the process up quite a bit. This is also the first time I have tried
  20. These are listed in the order in which I painted them. Purple Worm: Werewolf: Gnoll Warrior: I sure wish I hadn't messed up his face. Bugbear: I have no idea where his eyes are supposed to be. Ghost:
  21. As part of this weekend's speed painting endeavours I finished the 2nd and 3rd of my Bones Bugbears. The first one got a Back-2-Base-ix Celtic Ruins base and as I didn't want to rebase these two I gave one red trims and the other blue. Painting approach; No Undercoat Basecoat in appropriate colours, Saphire Blue, Blood Red, Oiled Leather, Russet Brown, Shadowed Steel, Mahogany Brown, Tanned Shadow. Wash the whole mini with Black Wash. Retouch the Shadowed Steel to get some sharper highlights. Apply highlights of Tanned Shadow, Tanned Flesh, Tanned Highlight to skin. Paint nails and t
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