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  1. A gift for my friend who is hosting a July 4th party. Certain parts - the black in particular - were given less attention to get it done by this weekend. I was very pleased with the red, one of those moments when things came out better than I had originally planned. The red formula, in case anyone wants to know, is: MSP Nightmare Blue -> MSP Red Shadow -> MSP Briar Rose -> P3 Khador Base, with half-steps in between. She is an NPC in his game, a cleric of Asmodeus - I'll try to get him to post a backstory or something. He requested a character with a Great Maul, and Elori's weapon was pretty easy to convert.
  2. One last figure from my Memorial Day paint binge. She gave me fits all weekend, but I like how she eventually came out.
  3. So after working lots on Ral Partha Chaos Wars drwarves, here is something a little bit different. Still very old school, from an old Partha line, Royal Armies of the Hyborean Age, a female thief, really simple sculpt from Dennis Mize, a front and back angle, nice figure, sculpted it looks like in 1979. Enjoy!
  4. This past week I started painting the Pirates set from the Bones 1 KS, and painted the Mariel Twinspar, Female Pirate figure. I'm pleased with how she turned out and I'm glad I made the extra effort to decorate her coat, though in retrospect I wish I had taken a little more time with it, and concentrated on spacing and uniformity of the designs more. Since my pirate games take place in taverns and boats as well as in outdoor land settings, I usually leave the bases a plain tan color so they blend in both indoors and outdoors .
  5. Man, I hate learning things the hard way. This is Argia Tholos from Hasslefree Miniatures and the original figure is bald. Which she was up until I saw the result of my second layer of floor polish to varnish the figure. She had been hanging upside down to dry which had created a egg head effect when the floor polish collected on the top of her head. I tried to cut it off but eventually was forced to scalp her completely. That resulted in a mark down to the skull which would have been kind of neat if I had painted her up as a zombie. Since I wasn't doing that I was forced to break out some milliput and use my non existent sculpting talents to try and save the situation. It could definitely have been worse, but it could also have been much much better. Although there's nothing I can do about that now. Looking past the major varnish failure I was really happy with the result. The resulting miniature post "Project save face" is acceptable. Perhaps abit to much orange all around? Should I have gone for a different hair color?
  6. Vilhanna the Victorious from Red Box Games (currently available through Hasslefree Miniatures as Hanna of Vil). A quickie to improve my 2016 painted stats :) And appreantly I'm still not confident enough to try some free hand on a shield.
  7. This is Jeanne from Hasslefree Miniatures. A miniature I bought on a whim and I'm very pleased with how fast she was to finish, and with rather good result as well. I was on the fence which hair color I should try and use and eventually settled for a rather orangey one.
  8. This is Ingrid, the female viking from Reaper Miniatures. I bought one years ago which after sitting unpainted for to long I finally sold last year. But this year I had a change of heart and had to buy a new one. And now she's finished. Rather pleased with the result, especially with her leather "neck guard". I had some ideas for a symbol on her shield but I didn't dare to try any of them out. So I left it plain for now.
  9. A recently finished piece that stands on her own, I picked up Kulgara during Free RPG Day. She's a great mini and a fun encounter in "Iron Gods"...one day I may even run it to get a use for her in a game!
  10. I worked on this figure during the Memorial Day paint binge, but did not finish it until last week. She was part of the Lords of Darkness set from KS2, sculpted by Bob Ridolfi. Wasn't sure about the ribs. They weren't quite pronounced enough to paint as some kind of bone vest, so I painted her pale and anorexic looking. I cut down her base and set her into the recessed round base, with sand.
  11. So - this is my first time "painting fire". It's not bad, but it's not good either... Advice for how to do it better next time? PS. I know that this figure is supposed to be a water creature, but I "made it work" to be a fire elemental lady who's an "ash mage" of sorts or whatever...
  12. I got lured into buying a Guild Ball team recently, since it's the new hotness around here, doesn't cost very much to get into, and has nice models. Actually, I was just going to pick up Chisel here, but the store was having a 20% sale, which is practically free, so I had to get the rest of the team to support her. Chisel works for the Mason's Guild, thus her name and choice of weapon. Blue is the official color for the Masons, so I decided to keep that theme. Chisel has abilities like "Crazy," "Sadistic," and "Feel My Pain," so I decided to paint her like a crazy Asian girl from some Japanese horror flick or something. As usual, the camera is showing every speck of dust in perfect detail. The bases are the PVC ones from CMoN/Micro Arts Studios. Blood rendered in classic Tamiya Clear Red. Also, I think she kind of looks like an evil Mocha...
  13. I was going for a Final Fantasy White Mage type deal.
  14. One more figure from the Memorial Day paint binge challenge. This is a figure for the Shadowsea miniatures game. I don't know her background story, but judging from her title and appearance I am guessing some kind of magic caster or necromancer.
  15. So, I was looking around, in the mood to paint a bust. Female, hopefully cheap, and something I don't feel weird about putting on my shelf (so no pinupy stuff, and no "adult" busts). ...why can't I find any. The only one that kind of fits is Portrait of a Young Tiefling, but it's definitely not cheap. So I decided to sculpt my own out of Super Sculpey. (See my sculpting thread if you want to look at the raw master for some reason) Hit it with a coat of gray primer and... ew. Did I mention how much I hate SS's transparency? Can never tell when something is smooth. Well whatever, I want to paint. I'll think of a patch method later. So I went over the worst offending bits with a bit of artist's heavy gel medium. It's transparent (well, translucent at least), fills out rough spots nicely, and is pretty easy to use. I had a jar of it I hadn't touched in years. Hopefully with a coat of sealer even the little bit of roughness will fade away. Also, yes she is missing eyebrows. Those will be sculpted in with more gel medium. Anyways, more to come, but I'm already excited to paint my first bust!
  16. For those of you who have been following along with my Frostgrave Campaign (See:Frostgrave Game Four); you'll know that in the last game my Illusionist Apprentice was killed. I like whenever possible to actually use new figures to replace those killed, or promoted; but as I pawed through my Bones stash I became aware that I had no female wizard figures suitably attired for exploring a frozen ruined city. Most of them wear very skimpy, drapey, outfits. So, when I came across the Highland Heroine figure in her nice warm-looking layered outfit, I thought that perhaps she would make a good wizard's apprentice. So, I then looked for a suitable sorceress who's staff I could borrow, and I found the Sarah, the Seeress, figure. I washed the two figures. Then, as I studied them, the immediate problem I found was that the Highland Heroine has very small delicate hands and I wasn't sure I would be able to drill them out to insert the staff. So I decided to leave Sarah's hand attached to the staff, and use that to replace the Heroine's right hand, and then cut the staff in two, and glue the lower section to the Heroine's other hand. I cut away the sword and the Heroine's right hand, and then ended up having to cut away a bit of the underside of the Heroine's left forearm to get the lower half of the staff to fit, and it still is almost as round as her clenched hand. I used Gorilla Superglue to glue all the parts together. I'm pleased with how the conversion turned out. I like that she looks like a tough-as-nails wizard who isn't afraid to use either end of her staff when the fighting gets close-quarters.
  17. Well I was not planing on starting any new miniatures until I finished the ones I am currently working on but I had an idea pop into my mind regarding this one. So here is the Eru Saga female wizard from ZombieSmith. I had this vision of a fun, colorfully dressed, young wizard playing on an old stone wall and the first picture is her on the base. The second is the color scheme I have in mind but I need help. I am not sure what color to do her top, any thoughts?
  18. Ladie nr 3 for the diorama. WIP. http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/66545-street-violence-by-xherman1964/ DIORAMA http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/69093-angel-city-diorama-by-xherman1964-tribute-to-lemmy/?p=1378316 This one looks all innocent, but who knows what she is carrying in that little bag of hers? EDIT: Oh Reaperbryan...Reaper DOES make redheaded minis...see???
  19. Nr. 2 of the Working girls. I tried an Asian Skintone. She has a cigarette in her hand, bound to drop it, she might have to get in all Kung Fu stereotype and kick the biker's elf. The Diorama is over the top and meant to be full of stereotypes , it's a tribute to my favorite musician. Lemmy.. WIP http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/66545-street-violence-by-xherman1964/ DIORAMA http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/69093-angel-city-diorama-by-xherman1964-tribute-to-lemmy/?p=1378316 Here is girl nr. 2
  20. As most of you know by now I've been workingon a Diorama to pay tribute to Lemmy from Motörhead who died way too soon. The Working Title is Street Violence. WIP http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/66545-street-violence-by-xherman1964/ It will be called ANGEL CITY for the Show Off and it has it's own thread too. Show Off for the Diorama http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/69093-angel-city-diorama-by-xherman1964-tribute-to-lemmy/?p=1378316 Here is Peaches our lovely little Redneck Biker girl, I suspect she got some brass knuckles in her pockets somewhere. Ready to help her guy out.. I ditried up her leather a bit because she's been riding the bike.
  21. Another one of the participants of my diorama. WIP http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/66545-street-violence-by-xherman1964/ DIORAMA http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/69093-angel-city-diorama-by-xherman1964-tribute-to-lemmy/?p=1378316 Here is the head lady of the working girls.. Dressed up for the night, I dirtied her boots because of that filthy alley she's been walking in. What were you thinking girl..White boots??
  22. These are easily the best eyes I've ever painted. I'm not even sure how I did it.
  23. Not sure who the manufacturer is. I put her on one of the CMON bases from their KS last year.
  24. Do you have some paints that you always forget about and thus almost never use? For me one of those is the "red leather" from the scalecolor line. This once I remembered to give it a try, and just for fun I limited myself to highlighting it using just the paints in their wood and leather set. Iroko and Birch both worked well enough for tabletop, but I think in the future I'll use some actual reds. For the rest, she was painted pretty quickly and will go into the done pile after I do a couple quick touch-ups.
  25. Over the weekend I finished up the Amiri, Iconic Barbarian, figure from the Bones 1 Kickstarter Iconics and Officially Licensed Pathfinder Miniatures Set. ​ I tried making her weapons look like they were made from obsidian; and while I'm generally happy, I was a bit sloppy with the painted highlights on the spearheads. Anyway, she's for tabletop use, so nothing too fancy. As always, C&C welcome.
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