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  1. Hi everyone, here is DSM7999, King Richard the Lion. This majestic 28mm pewter model was sculpted by David Summers for Dark Sword Miniatures, Critter Kingdoms - Anthropomorphic Animals. This miniature is a three-part model. I glued the tail before applying the primer but painted the right arm separately before assembling.
  2. Hi all, so I painted this one for a friend who is going to be retiring next week, sculpted by the incredible Dave Summers. As always, so hard to decide upon colors, especially when you don't have a theme in mind, just to paint for a friend. The incredible painting done on the Dark Sword page (painted by Marike Reimer) I didn't want to copy, even though I kind of accidentally gave this lady a similar fur color. I tried to also stay away from the studio model version's brass/gold metal, and did metal, which for me is so hard to make look decent, so hopefully at least partially succeeded.
  3. Hi everyone, it is with great pleasure that I present you today my latest project. I just completed the display base for the eleven Fox Critters I painted at the beginning of the year. I used Woodland Scenics ready-made fall colors trees and Bachmann Scene Scapes spruce trees as well as various undergrowth foliage, turf, natural stones, sand and realistic water effect. The base itself is made of wood, masonite hardboard and putty. I made the benches and the tente frame with real branches. For more details see the Fox Critter Rogue Camp Diorama WIP. The camp fire, the two chest and all the F
  4. Hi everyone, it's been some time. I recently completed the individual base for the Fox Critters I painted lately. I stuck a magnet under each model and in each base socket. This way, each model and base are interchangeable. I will now build a large diorama base on which there will also be magnet encrusted socket to hold and display all the models together. As suggested by @Boaz , I used flat magnetic tape, it was easy to cut to the shape and size I needed. I used Reaper's 40mm round base and filled them with green stuff that I carved like grass. I then added natural stones and painted birch tr
  5. From Dark Sword Miniatures, Critter Kingdoms - Anthropomorphic Animals. Here is DSM8024, Fox Knight. This awesome 28mm pewter miniature was sculpted by Dave Summers. It's a three part model, the helmet and shield were painted separately before assembling. It allowed me to reach the eyes and the back of the shield much easily. I painted this one with the atypical colors of a marble fox. Your comments are very welcome.
  6. Pretty much no pictures of her are safe for work because boobs and pubes and butts. Therefore, I link my Imgur album with pictures of her. First four photos, others are past work. TADA!!! https://imgur.com/a/JLInP
  7. Here are some pictures of the entire Fox Critter group. They were all sculpted by Dave Summers for Dark Sword Miniatures. See the link below for pictures of each individual model. DSM7970, Fox Bard DSM7981, Robin Hood the Fox DSM7989, Maid Marian the Fox DSM8012, Female Fox Rogue DSM8013, Fox Dual Wield Warrior DSM8014, Fox Male Rogue DSM8020, Female Fox Mage DSM8021, Fox Cleric with Mace DSM8023, Fox Mage DSM8024, Fox Knight DSM8033, Fox Shaman with Staff and Wand
  8. Good day everyone. Here are some pictures of the DSM8033, Fox Shaman with Staff and Wand that I completed Yesterday. This Dark Sword Miniatures, Critter Kingdoms - Anthropomorphic Animals is 28mm pewter model that was sculpted by Dave Summers. I painted him as a white arctic fox with Reaper's Master Series Paint.
  9. Hi everyone! Here's another Critter I completed today. DSM7989, Maid Marian the Fox sculpted by Dave Summers. This 28mm pewter model is from Dark Sword Miniatures, Critter Kingdoms - Anthropomorphic Animals. I painted her as a brown fox with Reaper's Master Series Paint and used ink for the Object-source lighting (OSL) effect.
  10. Hi everyone, good Friday! Here is DSM8020, the Female Fox Mage. This 28mm pewter model sculpted by David Summers for Dark Sword Miniatures, Critter Kingdoms - Anthropomorphic Animals. The grimoire and dagger inspired me to paint her as a dark fur Necromancer. I was deligted by the amazing detail of this model, the dagger scabbard, the candle monted on the staff and the textured fabric are impressive and were a pleasure to paint.
  11. Hi everyone! Here is DSM8021, the Fox Cleric with Mace from Dark Sword Miniatures, Critter Kingdoms - Anthropomorphic Animals. This 28mm pewter model was sculpted by Dave Summers. I painted this one as a veteran grey fox. Looking at the pictures, I'm not totally happy with the eyes and may need to repaint the pupil. Your comment are welcome!
  12. Good day everyone! Here is DSM8013, Fox Dial Wield Warrior. This 28mm pewter model was sculpted by Dave Summers for Dark Sword Miniatures, Critter Kingdoms - Anthropomorphic Animals. I painted that one as a cunning grey fox and while painting it, I was greatly inspired by Boromir's garments colors.
  13. Hi everyone! Here is DSM7970, Fox Bard. This 28mm pewter model was sculpted by Dave Summers for Dark Sword Miniatures, Critter Kingdoms - Anthropomorphic Animals. I painted stripes on its pants and added flowers on its lute. I hope you will enjoy, your comments are very welcome.
  14. Good Friday everyone! I'm keeping the pace, here's another Critter I completed yesterday. DSM7981, Robin Hood the Fox sculpted by Dave Summers. He was a lot of fun to paint and even made an extra effort and painted freehand patterns on its scabbard. This 28mm pewter model is from Dark Sword Miniatures, Critter Kingdoms - Anthropomorphic Animals.
  15. Good day everyone! Here is DSM8012, Fox Female Rogue. This 28mm pewter model is from Dark Sword Miniatures, Critter Kingdoms - Anthropomorphic Animals. This foxy lady is the second in a serie of eleven Foxes I'll be painting. She's another stunning example of Dave Summers elaborated sculpting. I went with a dark night blue cloak, essential thiefling accessory to hide all her shiny ornaments when lurking. Comments are very welcome!
  16. Hi everyone! Here is my lastest work. Dark Sword Miniatures, Critter Kingdoms - Anthropomorphic Animals DSM8014, Fox Male Rogue. Dave Summers did a fantastic work on sculpting this guy, he's full of beautiful ornaments that were very stimulating to paint. After watching several fox pictures I came up with the black and white pattern on its face fur. Then, I decided to choose natural colors for its outfit, colors that reminded me of Robin Hood. I hope you will enjoy it!
  17. This is Frankie, Cat Rogue with Dagger from Dark Sword Miniatures, sculpted by Dave Summers. I used all Reaper paints on him
  18. Finally I have finished this miniature (I should call it a mini-Mini). The photo's will prove my point. Challenging is an understatement. A Tom Meier mini that will test you in many ways, and a great teaching tool. Want to learn brush control, pick this baby up. I spent almost as much time cleaning up after myself as painting it up. Once you stop rushing and enjoying it, it turns into a hoot. I did enjoy this one. So enough chatter on my part. Here is the Dwarf Warrior as I see it. As usual, your comments and input are greatly appreciated. Jay
  19. Kathud !!! I finished another Dark Sword Miniature this afternoon. I got some upsetting news, so I painted it off, intead of letting it bother me. So, with that said... This is a HEAP OF FUN to paint. I actually did it twice. When I looked at number 1 I liked it, but it was boring. So I got out the paints AGAIN, and figured out another paint scheme. I based my second set of painting on "Night Watch", and that is what is here. Very complicated Sculpt to paint, and get into. Multi level highlighting also makes the brush work that more complicated. 28mm is SMALL,
  20. I got a ridiculous amount of minis in the Stephanie Law Masterworks Kickstarter, and then remembered that I had no experience with mini painting... so I picked out a few to be my first victims. I'm trying with each new figure to improve, especially on blending. If anyone has any tips for getting more smooth blends, I'd be happy to hear :) Sorry for the photo quality, I'm still trying to figure out how to get my camera to take good mini pics- especially with limited light in my house. This guy was my first ever mini. I tried to use him to figure out washes and drybrushing. I ma
  21. I painted this one in parallele with the Hamster Swashbuckler and completed it last weekend. So, one again from Dark Sword Miniatures, Critter Kingdoms - Anthropomorphic Animals, Here is DSM8045, Hamster Bard with Harp. It was sculpted by Dave Summers. For the pants, I toned down 09226, Peacock Green with white. That unsuspected green turned out to be so vivid I will definitely use it again whenever I can. Also, purple is not a coulor I use so much, but I'm happy with the result. I used 09780, Royal Purple Triad and toned down the 09240, Royal Purple with white and Vallejo 70
  22. Finally have gotten back to painting; what a joy !!! Felt like a major portion of my life had gone away. Poor Alfyn has been sitting on my desk forlorn for over 30 days. I finally said enough, and here he is finished. He is such a majestic Viking I wanted to get him elevated as he reminded me of my beloved Fjords. Well here he is at the pinnacle of a fjord looking at his dragon boat pulled up on the shore. Feel free to make any comments, criticisms, they're ALL appreciated. So here is Alfyn Crowkiller Wilding Captain as I envisioned him. Jasona
  23. Continuing in the same vein, here is a Dark Sword Miniatures, Critter Kingdoms - Anthropomorphic Animals. DSM8047, Hamster Swashbuckler. It was sculpted by Dave Summers. As always, comments and critiques are very welcome.
  24. Here is another Dark Sword Miniatures, Critter Kingdoms - Anthropomorphic Animals. DSM8046, Hamster Cleric with Mace. It was sculpted by Dave Summers. As suggested by Robinh I chose classic colors. I went with blue rather than red because I already painted the Mage in red; Bluish chainmail, white tabard with golden freehand, linen colored pants, leather boots and dark metallic bracers and helmet. I hope you like it! As always, comments and critiques are very welcome.
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