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  1. Hello All, Here are photos of a metal 02121 Dark Heaven Legends "Allanah Greyloft, Human Druid" I completed last week. Reaper lists her as a Druid but I think she could easily be a Wizard, Sorceress or maybe a Cleric. Thank you for looking.
  2. Hello all your Reaperrocious folks! So I've got a few 3D prints of some Stonehaven Miniatures minis, and here is the one I just finished, a female gnome druid. I based her color scheme mostly off the pre-sculpting art that Mike Evans did, and one thing I tried this time which I actually like how it turned out was I used Gingerbread Tan, one of the Christmas colors from Reaper, as the base color of her skin. and to reflect that Gingerbread Tan skin, did a few close ups of her face, which I'm actually quite pleased with, eyes turned out okay and didn't have to retake pictures after seeing the first time like I do a lot when I see the first set of pictures and I notice lots of dust or specks or a rebellious piece or grass, et cetera. Anyhoos, she was a very fun figure to paint. I was a little intimidated with her size and some of the details, but ultimately pretty easy to work on, and her eyes very exposed to the point and large enough that they turned out pretty well too. So hope you enjoy!
  3. Hello all you Reaperphonics! So today's mini is a Druid, originally sculpted for Kenzer and Company under a miniature line they had for a number of years and afterwards sold to Iron Wind Metals who produces him nowadays. I have no idea who the sculptor is, maybe somebody else does. I've always liked this figure. Like so many of the Hackmaster figures, he's kind of a bit chunky and "raw", but he's got a goodly amount of personality, and was enjoyable to paint. I did notice that I've been painting a lot of purple pants lately, need to stop doing that.
  4. Evening all! So my last little mini is a Stonehaven Miniatures Firbolg Druid (at least I think she's a druid) that was digitally sculpted by Mike Evans and is one of the miniatures available in the Kickstarter he's got going on right now. If you're into digital printing it might be worth having a look at his Kickstarter. Anyhoos, here she is, and I'm actually pretty glad at how she came out: Normally I don't take so many angles, but with her pose it seems to be worth it. I'm used to the traditional metal Stonehaven which are a little flat, almost always being a single piece of metal, and of course Ral Partha, so her very "unflat" pose made different angles seem worth it. This one also kind of makes me want to tackle the Bones V firbolgs, but will take a while to get around to them I'm guessing. I see a few little spots where I could improve, but overall ended up pretty satisfied with this one. And being she's a Firbolg, she was a larger figure, which probably made it a bit of a relaxing experience! Anyways, if you like Mike Evan's sculpts, go check out his Kickstarter he's running right now. I'm off for a week to go on vacation out in Colorado, but when I get back I'll probably grab another one of these 3D printed sculpts and work on it as well soon. Which another point, I'm going on vacation for a week. Wouldn't it almost be logical and most relaxing if I were to take paints and minis with me to just relax and paint in all the leisure time I'm going to have next week? Just have a feeling that my significant other wouldn't be too pleased with that idea. Maybe not painting for a week will do me some good, no idea.
  5. So, working on things here and there, and here is the last mini that I just finished, a little Stonehaven halfling, a female druid. Cute little figure, pretty easy paint job once I was actually able to get moving on her. Druid, so natural colors, greens, browns, yellow, et cetera. Hopefully the photo isn't too dark: She had these little shoulder pads, that originally I thought armor, but then afterwards, I thought maybe wood shingles, like bark or something, but then thought it would be more visually pleasing if they were mushrooms. Hope they aren't too distracting. I was listening not too long ago about color theory and not having too much clashing colors and such, but sometimes, if it looks like a mushroom, you have to paint it like a mushroom! Anyhoos, hope everybody that went to Reapercon had a delightful time and were fully inspired to paint and keep painting!
  6. Hello All, Here is a 77265 Drys, Dryad miniature I completed a few weeks ago. I wanted her to look like she was magically appearing from the tree near a brook in springtime. Thank you for looking.
  7. Painted a couple of years ago. The colour scheme took ages to figure out and I was quite happy with it. Definitely could have made the base a bit more interesting.
  8. Started painting the stump critter for Spirit of the Forest (RCL) - but it wasn't done in time. it seemed a little boring from the front and very busy with color on from the back. So the young druid/wizard was painted to match. The Druid was supposed to be only monotone, but it was more fun to add color to the back.
  9. Needed a mini for my most recent D&D character. Since she has a pet rat this one fit the bill and it gave me an excuse to paint up one of my Kingdom Death minis. With the scale being a bit larger then the rest of the party, I kept the base she came with to avoid building one that would give additional height. I didn’t add her waist piece that added addl braids and skulls to keep her easier to use on the table. Pinning her gave me some fits as I haven’t done it too much with resin pieces. Anyway hope you like her.
  10. This was a fun little project from earlier this spring. I added a branch to her tree to give it more dimension and more places to glue "leaves" to. Link to full frontal view
  11. This interesting mini is the Earthdawn Female Orc Beastmaster on Turtle from Hearthbreaker (SKU 323). Not sure I like the red hair, especially in the picture it is quite bright, it is a bit more muted in real life.
  12. Greetings! Here's a newly painted "Fantasy Adventurer" Citadel Miniature from the olden days (c1982)! FA5-2 Druid With Sickle Thanks for looking!
  13. This is my first try at using Milliput to sculpt. One of my players has a Druid with a turtle shell shield so I made the flat metal looking shield of Tolan into a turtle shell. I may wash or glaze over the shield to tone down the contrast. Not sure what color to use though.
  14. Here is the Druid from the Grenadier Wizards box set, this one sans dart. Very simple garb on this guy. I don’t know what to think of this guy. He looks very 1st-level, compared to the Druid with Dart. His sword doesn't even have a cross-guard. How anyone can sword fight in those Smurf-like robes escapes me as well. I think this guy has a lot to learn.
  15. This is the Druid with Dart from the Grenadier Wizards box set. The mini originally had a tiny little limp carrot-looking dart in his hand, which i always hated. I took the liberty of replacing it with something a bit more substantial. My daughter came up with the entire color scheme. I sometimes ask her to pick out the colors when i have no idea what to do. I don't know what the little critter perched on his staff is. Maybe some kind of little lizard friend? Or maybe just something carved on the staff? Oh well.
  16. I liked painting this figure, did it for a friend from my d&d party. He's using it as his half-elf druid. We are both happy with it overall Hope you like it too! I also tried fiddling with lighting and a background for the first time so if you have any tips on what I could have done better with the photos please share :) Thanks for looking!
  17. So, after my initial pledge, I spent much of the past month following KS Reaper Bones V. While watching the marker grow painfully slow in the second week, while anxiously wondering if the last dragon would be unlocked, I was painting some minis in front of my PC. Here the first one: Bonehenge Priestess. I tried an unconventional scheme, which I hope worked.
  18. Here's some work done on old Tobias here. :) I had one idea in my head, and started painting and it went a completely different direction. Once I get all the base coats on him I'll have to go back and give him some dimension. Feedback is always welcomed. Thanks for taking a look!
  19. This is another player character's figure (a cranky old druid) - a minor conversion of Darbin the deadly. The bird is replaced with a thick greenstuff whip (which turned out a bit droopy) as the character uses Thorn Whip frequently and replacing the staff with a sort of greenstuff torch as he's fond of fire. The face on this sculpt is so nice it almost painted itself!
  20. Next up in the series of minis I painted for my gaming friends' birthdays: A Copper Dragonborn Druid. Really digging the way his green robes look next to the glistening copper scales! Also, used the NMM Copper Verdigris paint for his eyes.
  21. Howdy, Old school... Kev! P.S. Too cool...
  22. Here's my version of Aurelio Endrino. I feel that there's a certain disconnection between the fact that he is obviously a druid, with a ragged cloack, with a racoon on his shoulder... and his perfectly groomed hair & beard. I guess beeing nature's paladin doesn't mean one should look like Radagast from "The Hobbit" trilogy. I tried a very similar look as the one reaper used. Leathers could be blended better I think...
  23. My new years resolution was to do more of the things that make me uncomfortable. Freehand makes me very uncomfortable. I'm going to get over that this year and try and push my boundaries even further. The Eagle isn't quite as smooth as I'd like it to be but I'll leave it as is and improve on the next attempt.
  24. Hi there, another PC of my recently finished Tyranny of Dragons D&D campaign: Lafisar the wood elf druid. My player loved the miniature's pose, so this Elquin mini became the party's druid. Hope you like it!
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