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  1. One of my friends asked me to find a druid miniature to paint up to use as his D&D character. I found some possibilities for him and he choose the metal version of Elquin. Any input would be appreciated.
  2. Too bad she wasnt included in the beauty pageant. Maybe she'll be in the Bones 2 one.
  3. This is my third mini, Niente a wood elf druid. She has an amazing amount of detail which I was frustrated with by he time I decided she was finished. I did attempt OSL on the fairy fire which you can't really see in the photos. I'm going to paint a bear, a wolf, a big cat (not sure which one yet) and an eagle for her. I need to re photograph her because I added snow to the base and she's blurry. Any advice or points are welcome.
  4. These are the two figures that I painted for OneBoot as part of her Secret Sophie gifts. She was a blast to paint and I am glad she has good home.
  5. I painted my sheep familiar for D&D he has a hat.
  6. My earlier WIP experiment proved that I paint more regularly when I've got a little accountability. (I also paint more when my kids are at school, which will soon be the case once again.) I decided that I should start a WIP for the two pieces I was most interested in finishing, since they're somewhat related. I plan to use similar terrain for both, namely Pacific Northwest coastal. I'm also hoping to level up my basing skills and incorporate some water effect and possibly try to replicate some of the lush fern-type vegetation. Since these are both Bones, I'm not going to worry too much about achieving master-level quality of the paint job, especially since poor Autumn has some sort of skin condition that needs a lot of attention. These two are about getting something painted and learning more basing skills. Autumn was already started with a coat of Brown Liner and all of her base-coats down. If you look closely you can still see bumps on her nose, forehead, chest and leg. There was a lot of bumpiness all down the left side, I already smoothed out her left cheek with my hobby knife, then applied liner, sealer, basecoat, sealer, sealer. She started out as a quick stand in for a PC that is a druid with a water domain, but she's getting a little more love and attention than was originally planned. This Spirit of the Forest was in my Christmas stocking last year, and has been sitting on my shelf waiting since then. He's just got a coat of Brown Liner for now. He really doesn't need a base, but I want to do one so we'll see. I was hoping to have some of the new 3" rounds from the second Bones Kickstarter for him, but if I get impatient I might have to figure out something else.
  7. Okay I feel like I need to put a disclaimer on her eyes - they look pretty ridiculous (like ancient Egyptian paintings!) straight on, but they're fine on the tabletop, which is where she was going, so that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it! This figure was painted to represent my boyfriend's Pathfinder Society character: River, Half-Elven Oracle of Nature. I did some minor weapon swapping, which you can see in my WIP thread. The flock is coming off her base after a day of gaming, so I'll need to reapply. Thinking of putting some more static grass in too. This is the first metal mini I've done since coming back to the hobby last year. The prep really threw me off at first. Priming? What's that lol?! 02972 Ishara Snowfinch:
  8. Here is a Robyn from the Forgotten Realms set. I added to her base the fairy dragon familiar too match her little one on her wrist. Thanks for viewing. C&C welcome.
  9. Hey everyone! This is my first try ever at painting a miniature, and also my very first post. I can't believe the talent some of you guys have, and I'll practice hard to hone my skills and share some more miniatures. This is turning out to be a lot of fun, and I can't wait to paint again! Please give me your opinion, and if you have tips on how to improve, don't be shy. I used basic craft acrylics plus matte and gloss sealers, no airbrush (can't afford it, meh).
  10. Here are two elves I've finished recently. Well, the snow elf wasn't so recent, I just never took pictures of him. First, snow elf. He has an actual name, but it's very elfy, thus unpronounceable or rememberable. So he's just "snow elf". His armour is red dragon scale, his helmet is ancient bone, the axe is a root with an emerald. Can you tell he's a druid? I don't remember what company made the base, but it's a clear one that I painted bluey. I just recently put the snow goop on it, which is probably why I never took pictures and posted them. And my doll mage. I am reasonably pleased with how the red came out. I wanted her robes to look like red velvet (she's wearing theater curtains!) and I spent a lot of time on them. Probably more than I needed to, but I think it looks pretty.
  11. Need help identifying this young lady. I painted her as a druid for a player in one of my groups. Any assistance finding the manufacturer would be greatly appreciated.
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