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  1. Hello All, Here is a metal 04088 Erebus Nalas, Evil Sorcerer miniature I completed last week.
  2. A long time ago, I painted up a model of Barros & Tempest (DHL #3096). Unfortunately, this is now one of my missing minis. It is located somewhere in my parent's place, but where exactly, no one knows... All that I have left are these pictures from an old computer. But I really like this model, so I ordered a new one and painted it up with a different rider and a horse of a different colour. Their barding matches, just incase the original is ever found. Here is the missing Barros & Tempest. Please forgive the bad photography skills, I took these photos on a freezer with a piece of paper behind them in place of a real box. I used a pin and green attach Tempest (I'm assuming that is the name of the Pegasus) to the stand. It didn't hold up well, and it looks like they are coming in for a landing or to smite someone. And here is my new version of Barros & Tempest. This model is hard to photograph because there are so many cool sculpted features going all the way around the model. I love the movement of these sculptures. They work really well together.
  3. Hello everyone, here's the second 03146 Frogman sculpted by Jason Wiebe. Plus, some group pictures. 03146 and 02630 Frogmen
  4. Hey everyone! Here's the 02630, Frogmen Champion sculpted by Geoff Valley. These colorful Frogmen were a lot of fun to paint. Peace. ✌️
  5. Hey everyone, here's the second 02630, Frogman sculpted by Geoff Valley.
  6. I know I haven't posted in a while, but I still check in daily on the friendliest mini-painting forum on the web! Still lurking here while pursuing my obsession with OSL.
  7. Hello everyone, here are pictures of the biggest small dragon I ever painted. 03651 Storm Dragon Hatchling sculpted by Kevin Williams. This is the metal version of the model, it is mounted on a 74033, 40mm round base. The final highlight on the upper part of the wings is 09294 Alien Goo and 09408 Candlelight Yellow.
  8. I've had this model sitting on my painting table for awhile with the skin and metal done, but it took a long time to figure out what I wanted to do with her clothes. I decided on some muted purple, brown, and green, each mixing in Reaper's Polished Bone for the successive highlights to maintain the overall tone, with part of her clothing being Polished Bone itself.
  9. Hi everyone, Here's the Big "Slim" Boss of my Gnoll hunting party. 02704, Lord of the Gnolls was sculpted by Ben Siens. It's a tall metal model that stands 65mm / 2.5 inches at the top of its head. I painted it with Reaper's MSP acrylics.
  10. Here is a Vulture Demon that I have used my newest Iwata airbrush on. I am very pleased with how he came out. He is on a 50mm base and is made of metal from Reaper. I had to bent the wings into an interesting pose, but I like where this guy ended up. :)
  11. Hello girls and guys, the slower painter in the world is back Finally accomplished to paint this pompous guy, the Burgermeister. I've chose a colorful palette to reflect the opulence of the office, but also the lack of style (purple and turquoise? why man?!?!). Painting the gems frames was insane... really peps: don't do that! just paint the gems In the end I'm quite happy of him, hope you'll like him too: Every C&C is more than welcome, let me know what you would have done different or what you don't like :) Thanks
  12. Hello forum, wanna share with you all my last work, Aluminar Winterbeard. As always I've tried my best to make it as realistic as possible (for my skillz :P ). Well I'm pretty happy of him, maybe he lack some touch here and there, like the beard or the skull on the base, but in the end he looks ok to my eyes :) Hope you'll like him as well :) And, as always, every c&c is more than welcome! Thanks
  13. Hi everyone, here's 02603, Skrug the Bugbear Shaman. This model was sculpted by Ben Siens. It’s mounted on a 40mm round base and was painted with Reaper's MSP acrylics paint. After a major earthquake shook the mountain range of western Zenitonia, Skrug and his clan had no other choice then move. Their entire lair was destroyed in a dreadful collapse. Dozens of Bugbear died or were trapped under the unstable rubbles, survivors had to leave. Has Hruggek abandoned his fateful worshipers? For, after traveling by night and hiding in a valley of the Vermillion Hills, the horde had to stop by the Lynx River torrents. There, they were decimated by a group of adventurers passing by looking for Belladonna berries. Only two families managed to escape the slaughter crossing the river on a makeshift raft. Belladonna or Wolfsbane berries are very toxic, they are also an essential ingrediant to concoct the cure against lycanthropy. But this is another story.
  14. Hello, just want to show you my last work: Khalith, Mummy Lord. He was sitting on the desk quite long now, fully painted but lacking a base. The past days I've found the time to give him a well deserved sandy base ^_^. I was looking for him a dusty effect, some sort of ancient look, but still menacing. It came out a bit too cold, I think. Tried to balance adding some dry blood touch on the bandage and a dusty pink sash. I still find him "monochrome", don't know why, but it seems is lacking something. Enough talk, time to show you the pics. Let me know what do you think of him and if you have any advice please feel free to write it down! :) Sorry for the bad pic, I hope that are still readable. Thanks for watching.
  15. Hi all, as said I`m painting at a lot of miniatures at the moment, but they are all still wip and I only make very slowly progress so don`t expect me to post updates in my wip threads quickly. I have to work much, sometimes no time at all for painting and because I`m working at so many different projects each develope rather slow. Because you seemed to like especially my version of Astrid I decided to start with posting wip photos from my second version of Astrid. Long story short: The first and already finished Astrid (please check out my homepage for watching her, or visit my "I`m back" thread) was a gift for a friend. After she was finished I gave her away, but I also liked her haha. I decided that I simply can make someday a copy of her so that I have got one too for myself I started this copy before my break in painting and now I plan to finish her with time. One thing is different and that is the freehand of the back side of the guitar. This is because I`m a kinda wild thing and so this one becomes "Metal Astrid" LOL. My friend wished notes and so I painted notes at the first version of her. I would have preferred a skull, but my friend didn`t like the idea. But this version is for myself and now finaly the skull can be painted. Well, nothing is finished here. It is all wip. Explanation: I always start very rough and unclean all over the miniature. I do not finish part by part, I always paint everywhere same time. My paintjobs look all the time unfinished until they are really finished. I start at completely "messy" and with time my wips become cleaner, cleaner and you can see how I build up depth and the highlighting. So don`t worry if you see a wip from me at an early stage, I work this way intentionally. Feedback/help: Of course each kind of feedback is highly appreciated. Critique, praise, jokes, questions, tipps...I take it all Concerning painting I don`t need desperately help and advice although it seems that I do if you see my completely messy and unclean wips, but actually I know what I`m doing and mostly I have a determined plan concerning colourscheme, concept and so on. So don`t get cheated by the (partially) horrible look of my wips, it turns out smooth in the end and you see always just a temporary condition. But feel free to communicate your thoughts if you think something would look better in a different way or for the case that you have got cool ideas which matches well with my concept. Concerning bases I do desperately need help!!! Definitely. I`m sad with how my bases turn out. I wish to improve. I hope I can learn here to build up better bases. I also need help when it comes to build anything for example with plastic card (polystyrene) and such. I hope that you can help me with this issue and I`m more than glad about tipps and advice in this matter. Concept so far: - Colourscheme same like the first Astrid, but skull freehand. - I will take her off from the base she is standing on right now and I wish to make a cool base this time. - I would love to make a stage, but I have no idea how, LOL. - I plan to sculpt a "Marshall Amp" for her guitar - I play with the idea to add the skeletal band by Ral Partha as her band LOL. I`m not sure about this idea. - I plan to sculpt different things like beer cans, paper, zigarettes lying on the floor, maybe a microphone however. If you have got cool ideas in additon I would be glad to know. Please let me know what you think about the concept and feel free to make own suggestions because all is open now. Nothing is done. I`m just painting at the moment. Enough talking, here are the actual wip photos: Ooops I see my pictures are a bit blurry (or does the board compress the images). Next ones will be better at least if the board software allows. More angles of the miniature also follow later.
  16. I painted this mini a looonnnggg time ago. Recently I rebased it and went and touched it up, this is the result! Model is 02803: Brother Vincent
  17. The Celestial Stag from Reaper Miniatures (03907). I painted this for a character in a DnD game that has a habit of shifting into a stag. I'm quite happy with the base.
  18. Picked up this little guy bc he caught my eye, and it was no surprise it was Julie Guthrie’s handiwork. She’s my favorite sculptor, so I took more time then was necessary out of respect. Working here on directional lighting and shadow. Light source supposed to be from left. Always welcome criticism. Have a great day and thanks for looking.
  19. just about done painting up the party for curse of strahd. the bard turned out better than i expected, given that i'm a little burned out getting ready to dm this behemoth. cheers.
  20. It's been awhile since I posted some pics of my completed works so I thought I would get some put up here in hopes of some more insightful C&C. Here is Mason Thornwarden which I recently got from the BoGW. A couple comments about this guy. I was going for a polished grainy wood appearance on the bow but not sure if I like the result (on the picture that looks like a white spot on he back of the bow is just the reflection of my lamp on the glossy bow). On his quiver and scabbard I tried kind of a black leather look which I have mixed feeling about as they look better in person than on camera. I also tried some NMM gold on the handle of the bow with my new MSP paints, again I have mixed feelings about how it turned out but I really like the triad. I think my painting continues improving but I am still lightyears from where I want to be. I know I can still be a little cleaner with my paint job and I could work on smoothing my blends (especially on the boots) but I would really appreciate any C&C that anyone has.
  21. really fun sculpt. 9/10 would ruin again.
  22. These are a remaster of a paintjob I did quite a while ago. These are the metal versions of the spirits. I am still slowly rebasing everything that was on a non-circle base onto a circle base. I got serious OCD for that stuff. Whenever I come upon a mini I also do some touch ups and a new 'beauty shot'. So without further ado! Before and after shots. :) BEFORE AFTER
  23. Hello all, Starting a new WIP for a mini I'm working on for one of the players in my D&D 5e campaign. One of her characters is a Tiefling Eldritch Knight, so I have selected the glaive-weilding S'Kara to be the starting point for this project... As you can see, I have just begun. I have primed the mini, and used a pair of pliers to slightly curve her horns, to achieve a more ram-like, less devil-like look. I'm currently in the process of selecting colours for the cloth portion of her outfit. Any suggestions or ideas? (Fyi, she will have dark brown hair and olive skin). As always, comments and constructive feedback are always welcome! -E.E.
  24. a quick paint for one of my pc's. i wanted to remove the base but maybe not the best idea given how much point of contact there is on this model. kept it simple and i'm pretty happy with the cloak in particular. non-base-related c&c welcome. cheers.
  25. I've been remastering minis that gotten chipped. I also rebase anything on round bases. This time 02712: Eyebeast. This is the metal version, not the Bones version. And here is a picture from January 2011 of the original paintjob.
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