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  1. Here are a couple great characters for Modiphius' Fallout miniatures game that I got to paint up. The first one is the Nukacola girl- sort of a pinup girl used in advertising for the brand, so she's wearing more makeup than most Fallout characters. The second is the alien. If you don't recognize him from the game, that probably means that you didn't explore his location yet.
  2. An old friend from college is finally getting married so in addition to their more traditional wedding gift my wife and I decided to make them something as well. While my wife opted for a nice cross stitch wall hanger, I went my usual route of miniatures. As luck would have it I even pulled the perfect miniature from the last round of the Box of Goodwill. Since I first met him my friend has always been a fan of Fallout, way more than I ever got into it. As a fan he owns all the games, has some Fallout wall art throughout his house, and even owns a large bucket filled with bottle ca
  3. A friend of mine recently received a bunch of resin minis he'd ordered from Brother Vinni (of Russia) last year. He sent the bulk of them off to someone else to be professionally painted, but he had a few left over that he was willing to let me give a go at. The intent was to paint these up as Fallout miniatures, as (great minds think alike!) my friend has been interested in running a Fallout-themed game. (I think originally he was going to do something at GenCon or some other big game convention like that, but the minis ended up getting here a year late.) A large part of my work consis
  4. I got this for myself: I'm having tons of fun with it. I've finished 2 so far and am onto a third. I'm trying to implement my 3D painting techniques onto paper, like highlighting and shading.  ETA: I'm using colored pencils not paint.
  5. Okay, so I've been trying to cobble together some ideas for adventures to run at Necronomicon 2018. For me, the process of kit-bashing the minis and assembling the scenery goes hand-in-hand with writing up my adventures. I might be inspired to tweak the pre-gen character set based on a figure (e.g., he's got a gun in each hand, so Ambidextrous and Two-Fisted would be ideal Edges for Savage Worlds stats). I'm also likely to stage the big action in such a way that I actually have supporting terrain -- and I want to have some nice scenery to put out as the "showcase" on the table before the ga
  6. One of my newer pieces. Been having a play with a couple of corrugating tools and a baked bean tin. Really enjoy making these things, just need a bigger house to store them in.
  7. Hyacinth Games has just come out with a new edition of <a href="https://wreck-age.net">Wreck Age</a>. I figured that makes it a good time to show off some of the Wreck Age stuff that I've gotten to paint. Here are a few. With a lot of minis, a clean style is preferable, but with these, it is really important to emphasize the wear and tear- the rust and damage. &nbsp; And this last one is actually a Freeblades mini that my client had me convert into a Wreck Age character.&nbsp; I think she came out quite nicely.
  8. This was one of my dioramas for the 2017 ReaperCon. I got the idea when Bombshell announced their Maelee and bot combo pack for the month of February last year, I think. I just happened to be playing Fallout 4 at the time and got the idea of doing a wasteland bot shop with Maelee as the owner and a bunch of bots around doing things. This was not my diorama that ended up being judged for the medal but it did received the silver Maelee Award for Diorama/Large Scale. Here is the WIP thread: The Bot Shop A big thank you to everyone who gave me feedback in the WIP thread and
  9. Starting off, for some curious creatures for a Fallout-themed campaign: A Reaper Rageclaw Warrior (#14031) and a Reaper Bones Flesh Golem (77169) converted with assorted Warhammer 40K Ork "bitz" (I got some leftovers at a "game bazaar" locally) and some epoxy putty. The Flesh Golem is being turned into a Super Mutant, but the Rageclaw guy is ... uh ... well, I guess there really aren't any big mutant werewolf-doggy-type guys in the Fallout universe that I know of, so he's just something weird and unusual I decided to put together while I had all the Orky bits out. My working name for the
  10. Reaper Chronoscope #50044 -- "Frank Russo, Mercenary," with bare-head option, on 25mm round resin base (War Cast Studios). This mini from the Chronoscope line pretty much strikes me as a proxy for "Punisher-knock-off character" for a superheroic campaign, but the spandex-like costume ALSO strikes me as a good contender for a Vault-Tec vault-dweller jumpsuit. Of the two heads provided with this mini (bare-headed, or skull mask), I went with the bare head, of course. The basic scheme for a vault suit just means that I paint the suit blue, paint some yellow trim around the neck and
  11. One really nice feature of Bones is that if I want to do "rider conversions" of minis, it's much more attractive to do so than with pewter counterparts. A big part of this is because the figure is cheap enough that I don't feel like I'm committing sacrilege by cutting up and re-pinning the figure into a "rider" pose. Another part is that it's a whole lot easier to do that cutting-and-pinning business. (One downside is that I can't simply bend a leg into a slightly different position, but "slightly different position" wouldn't apply to this project anyway.) So, for Necronomicon 2015 (ht
  12. I've been on a Fallout kick, digging through various unpainted and incomplete minis on a quest of, "Could THIS be useful for a Fallout-themed campaign?" So, I've been looking for anything vaguely retro-futuristic or overtly post-apocalyptic ... and for some reason, when I looked at Sugar (I'd gotten a couple of these as part of a clearance "grab bag" deal a while back), I was reminded of an old, old 1970s TV show called "Happy Days" (that gave me some weird ideas of what actually went on in the 1950s) -- particularly of a character called Pinky Tuscadero. No, the mini wasn't wearing "hot pan
  13. Objective: Make minis to represent an NCR Ranger and a gang member of "The Kings" from "Fallout: New Vegas." Initially, my plan was to use 80023 "Horace 'Action' Jackson" as the base for the King Ganger, and 80033 "Frank Buck" as the NCR Ranger. There were two main problems with this plan: 1) "The Kings" as shown in Fallout: New Vegas, have a "greaser" look: leather jacket, slacks, optionally with a "Jailhouse Rock" striped shirt. My "Elvis Impersonator" approach with Horace looks more "Late Elvis" or "Jumpsuit Elvis," circa the 1970s or thereabouts. That's not really going to cut i
  14. Fallout 4 is coming out on Nov. 10, 2015. Mark your calendars, Vault Dwellers.
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