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  1. Some more fun
  2. This guy reminds me of something out of Evil Dead. He's probably the scariest of the Devils/Demons. Something unsettling about skeletons.
  3. Ok so I am gonna post this diorama even though I still need to add things like body parts. Hope you like it, it was my first big piece and way tougher than I expected please critique away
  4. He came out a little brighter than I intended, but I didn't want to just make him and his armor all black..so.
  5. Another Demon. So many demons.
  6. Some tabletop Lemures from Reaper Bones II and Center Stage miniatures. In D&D 5th Edition, the lemure is probably the wimpiest monster in the whole book, I think a standard goblin can kill at least 20 of them. Reaper Bones 77326: Center Stage Miniatures 003:
  7. I went out and obtained supplies to try a new painting style. I also decided to pick a non nude large mini to try this out on after a botched attempt on my spider demoness (botched demoness was prior to obtaining supplies). Cleaned and somewhat based. I didn't like my fast sloppy base so I did add more to it after. Primed, I read on the forums you can prime with Reaper liner. I only own red liner so I used that. Works super well, very pleased I got that info :) First coats of darker color. You should be able to do more of a wet blend on this style but my paint was drying way to quick for that. Will have to experiment. Done with my base colors. I worked up from darkest to lightest shades. I ignored detail and just tried to figure where I wanted my brights and darks to be. As you can see my pallet paper is a mess as are my hands, this was SUPER FUN! I thought not using a wet pallet would freak me out but so far so good. I may try my glazing after dinner. This may be a wonky first real attempt but it is so enjoyable. I only have a few wash colors to do the glazing. I am going to try to mix them with inks to alter them. I also ordered some stuff off Amazon to make my own washes ala the Les Bursley recipie, will have to see how they turn out.
  8. The dretches from FD's IMotOP Kickstarter. More pics and WIPs on my blog.
  9. So finally got this done, have this wandering around on my WIP topic. Hopefully you enjoy, the base is just a very basic one, and I didn't do much more than cover it with corn meal, and then used weathered stone, with some washes, then highlighted to white. I have to say I really enjoy this figure on so many levels. I was kind of intimidated by it being large, with a victim, but once I started painting it, the detail was just so nice. One of my favorite parts is the snake that is coming out of his pinky finger and twisting through the skull on his belt buckle. I also really like the victim himself. On his scabbard he's got oddly a nice little flower on it, so he's probably a really sensitive barbarian deep at heart, or maybe a botanist barbarian, who will ever know? I did add blood to the axe coming out of that delightful decapitated head, but didn't want to do too much. I thought about adding blood to the dagger the barbarian is plunging into the demon's arm, but got to thinking. If it's not a magical blade, it very well might not even be able to hurt the demon, so he could poke at it all he wanted to with no effect. Anyhoos, hope you enjoy!
  10. I forget the name of the type of devil or demon this is. One demon down, a lot to go.
  11. So recently I've been painting a few miniatures that are finished but I can't yet post because they're gifts. I don't think they'd see them here but better safe than sorry, so after they receive them I'll get around to posting them. In the meantime, here are the next two I'm working on, a demon beast with battle axe (an unfortunate victim under his arm) and a female human greenbond from their Arcana Evolved miniature series. I've already got the greenbond's skin done from the base color tanned shadow to walnut brown and next I'll bring her highliights up to white. With the demon, I originally wanted to paint him bruise purple as the base color but my bottle was virtually dried up and I don't think Reaper makes that color any more, so I'm starting out with pale indigo. So anyhoos, another WIP for your viewing pleasure!
  12. So, I grabbed a demon for my next Bones II project. As I griped in another thread, getting under his left wing is a pain due to arm placement. Basecoat is Cat's Eye Base. Note, I'm playing and learning to use some Army Painter quickshades, and I learned that laying Dark Tone ink semi-heavily onto Crimson Red color almost washes out the red completely. You can barely see the first set of feathers has some red underneath. The second row of feathers is warpaint red. Underside of his wings. For the rest of the feathers, I alternated each feather warpaint and crimson. And I'm working on rescuing the red. I inked a couple of layers of Red Tone back over the dark feathers, then did a coat of Dark Tone over the top and middle portions, then red over the whole thing again. I don't have enough decent light now to snap a picture of the underside again, I'll have to get one of those in the morning.
  13. Alright. While I was sick earlier I started to paint this guy up as I wanted to paint something different from the standard minis I paint. I am actually fairly pleased with how he turned out. Now with better pictures.... This back view just makes him look so evil The front now
  14. These are the first 2 of 6 that I got. I will use them as generic little demons in my Wrath of the Righteous campaign. Comments and criticism are very appreciated.
  15. Just finished my last mini for January. Virina, the not-succubus. I think based on the nudity I need to link to her. So follow the links to her. front back There's a bit of weirdness that seems to be happening around her rib cage on the sculpt that I just couldn't figure out so that's just painted skin tone. Not super proud of her skin, looks a little uneven and chalky. But for tabletop from a little ways a way it's not terrible. Happy with her hair. I'll take any suggestions to how to avoid whatever I did wrong with her skin. I mean, I think part of the goofy is the sculpt, but definitely a lot of it is poor technique. Appreciate feedback.
  16. Here is the first model done for the year. I hope it looks alright. I was having a hard time trying to adjust the base and the colors for the belt, but I think it turned out okay for the most part. I do need to get a dedicated area for taking photos though. might work on that a bit this upcoming weekend if i can.
  17. Here is the second one for the month. I created her to work well with Damien. Hope it looks decent enough. Those metal bits on her were a bit tricky to get to work right and the belt kept giving me fits. such a tiny brush was needed that my eyes were starting to ache, but it is done and I am happy with the way it turned out.
  18. Werewolvians


    I'm going to do a snow base but here he is anyway.
  19. I used the breast cancer awareness pink I got in my ghoul bag on her nips. Originally thought she was holding a whip. Nope, thats her hair.
  20. Summoned forth from unknown reaches, the power of this sleeping dark god is manifested only partially in this terrible monster and is barely contained in the simple vessel and the runes upon it's flesh. I strongly considered painting the 'bumps' on this miniature's hide as glowing dots but I felt like that would be a little over the top and would come off as too 'fishy' so I opted to just let the bumps be bumps. Besides, I felt like it would take away from the menacing eyes and from the other work I'd done on the piece. A few of the transitions are a little rough, but they're pretty minor and I'm eager to work on the next Bones v. Metal challenge, as well as some SciFi contest entries. Not enough time!!! C&C always welcome.
  21. Below is my version of the Demon Rauthuros. I basically started off with a dark red lining and topped his skin with a layer of blue and then layered it back using various shades of red. His wings are Brick red with layering of blue, dusky skin and red. I aplogise for the camera work but even with white balancing out of gimp this is the best I can do. comments, critiques, suggestions for future.. all are welcome.. or you can just say hello!
  22. more teifling, ahem, hellborn, for my upcoming Wrath of the Righteous campaign. I am working on the two Bones I females next, then onto the Marilith. I also bought the Reaper metal Vulture demon. Then waiting on Bones II for ALL THE DEMONS!!!
  23. I started this guy almost 10 years ago just putting base colors on him, but was never sure what else to do with him. Recently I saw him on a shelf and decided to finish him. Someday I hope to paint his blister brother and their big brother the greater wolf spider. I painted his eyes blue to try and make him look a little different. I'm not sure if it works or if it is even all that noticable. Hmmm. I'm seeing some places I need to touch up now and I think I need to do more with the fur on his face. now that I see it close up. maybe he's not finished yet. Criticisms and suggestions are appreciated.
  24. So I posted a while back that my parents gave me a box of minis from my childhood. I decided to paint up the Grenadier "Demogorgon" knock-off on a lava base with some OSL. This is my second attempt at OSL, btw, and I think it came out better than the first. I did seal-coat him, but feel free to give me any comments you please - if it's something I think will significantly help I'll definitely do more on him. This mini is from 1984 - feel free to raise a hand if it is older than you are, and make the rest of us feel old.
  25. I snuck away from the wife and kids and painted for a couple hours! Finally! I need to lock myself in the closet and hide!
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