Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'female'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Reaper Discussion
    • FAQs 'n Stuff
    • News
    • Reaper General
    • RVC: Reaper Video Channel
    • Chronoscope
    • Bones Miniatures & Legendary Encounters
    • ReaperCon
  • Craft Corner
    • Show Off
    • Painting Tips & Advice
    • Works In Progress
    • Shutterbug
    • Sculpting
    • Speed / Army / Tabletop Techniques
    • Conversions, Presentation, and Terrain
    • Mini Exchanges and Paint Contests
  • Reaper Games
    • CAV
    • Warlord
  • General Discussion
    • General Fantasy
    • General Sci-Fi
    • General Modern / Historical
    • Kickstarter
    • Off-Topic Rampancy
  • The Sandbox
    • The Gathering
    • The Playing
    • Fiction, Poetry, and Other Abuses

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Location


Interests

Found 509 results

  1. For those that have followed along with my "All Bones About It" blog, where I'm chronicling my effort to paint all the Bones 1 Kickstarter figures I purchased, I was happy today to have reached the 200th figure out of the 266 that I am painting from Bones 1. It feels good to hit another milestone on this adventure! It seems all down hill from here, with only 66 figures left to go. With some real determination I think I can get it done by the end of the year. Currently I'm working on the Dark Elves set, and this past week I completed Liela, Dark Elf Wizard, from that set. I did a quick table-top paint job on her, and I'm generally pleased with it except I feel her face came out rather flat, and her expression rather dull. I don't think I was thinking in terms of the added difficulty of doing a pure black face when I did hers. I'll be more prepared next time. :) ​As always C & C welcome.
  2. This mini was a good opportunity to practice darker skin tones, and I am pretty happy with how the skin turned out. The foot wrap things on the other hand are pretty messy. Good enough for the table! And I added a T-shirt, since I didn't think she should have to worry about a wardrobe malfunction all the time.... Edited to fix SKU in title.
  3. April O' "Beil" I started painting this before I knew about the Ninja Turtle Kickstarter that's going on right now. Happy accident.
  4. I painted this up a few days ago. I really like this sculpt! Very heroic. I wanted to get her tabletop ready, and my bedroom lighting did my cell phone photos no favors. I'm still trying to develop that level before I try anything I'd truly want to display. Or a dragon. I have one, but I'm intimidated by it. Anyway! Enjoy this heroic lady admiring her gigantor-sword.
  5. So stripping figures and cleaned up this lovely NOT Alias looking mini... The item at her feet in the 1st 2 pics are her sword and right hand. Markings on base are Ral Partha 1997. After looking in my '97, and winter 98/99 catalogs, nada. Looking through Lost Minis wiki, nada... Help! Thanks! George
  6. I am trying to pick up painting again after a very busy time. This female mage is a bit of a test with OSL. Not really sure if I pulled it of to my liking. The fox is from another set from dark sword. Now I see the pictures I can see some more damage from when I dropped her. The tree I made myself.
  7. I like painting horses. Which is good since I've got a LOT of cavalry and centaurs in the 'to be painted' piles. Here's the back and the front pictures are linked for nudity. FYI - that kind of coloring is called a morgan bay. Side front view Front view
  8. She's a pretty awesome mini. I'm a big fan of the standing at rest figures. Or standing proud weapon not raised minis. You know what I mean? https://www.instagram.com/p/BA9-5xzKrP7/
  9. As with Katarina the Invoker, this is really from the set 03375: DHL Classics: Female Wizards. The figure is not quite as shown in 02115 as the figures in 03375 have tiny bases, barely larger than their clothes, which is why I have attached them to fender washers. She is also part of my year end Conga Line of finishing up half-done minis. If I didn't do something like this I would probably fuss over her forever. Sandra Garrity is a wonderful sculptor for women with lots of personality.
  10. And here's the little Partha figure I finished. I've always enjoyed these teeny weeny figures (back when 25mm really meant something), and this is one of Dennis Mize's old Children of the Night figures, probably sculpted around 1979. As I mentioned in the post with the Stonehaven elves, I am really happy I discovered a button that brings the color back into my crappy photographs with the editing software. I've got my other little Partha Wizard I'm working on, as well as another Stonehaven elf.
  11. Hi folks! Now that Flamehawke's received my Secret Sophie box, I wanted to share the miniature I painted for her. She enjoys mythology so I painted this mini based on the markings of silver foxes (which have darker leg fur patterns). It was really fun to find & paint something that matched with the "kitsune" theme of the Secret Sophie gift. This werefox archer is one of Reaper's "Lady Lycanthropes"in the 03495 pack. I had a bit of a snafu with the top part of the bow breaking off while cleaning which halted the process for over a week, though thanks to some advice from the Reaper Sculpting part of the forum, I was able to sculpt & patch it back up-- hard to tell, huh? She was a lot of fun to paint and I'm so happy to hear she's going to a good home where she may see some game time!! --Mocha
  12. I finished up the Bones 1 KS "Bedeviled" set this week with the completion of Vandorendra, Snake Demon. I enjoyed the opportunity to experiment with a non-caucasian, yet realistic skin tone, (as opposed to the blue, red, and green I've done recently). Photo is linked due to nudity. As always, C & C welcome. http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-p0izIXXhPi4/VqX3ncfI2wI/AAAAAAAAHnM/tddsBCrewx0/s1600/IMG_6174.jpg
  13. This figure is one of a set of 8 female adventurers that Ral Partha released as a boxed set many, many years ago. I have set (but not the box), and they were all painted up (badly) in my youthful exuberance. I came across them while looking for something else and decided to fix them up. This is the first one that I've finished. Since these ladies are true 25mm scale, they'll probably be used as halflings or gnomes. I hope you like her.
  14. Yes, it's a little late, but here is the group paint figure from my box in round 2 of the Box of Goodwill. In no particular order; these are the talented folks who worked on her: Mad Jack Flamehawke David Brawley Thes Hunter RGTriplec Kay13 KangarooRex Jasper the 2nd Thankfully, all they left me to do was try and not wreck all of the good work that they did. Oh, and the dragon's EYE. Which is why it took me so long to get it finished. I also added some grass to the base. Great job, everyone!
  15. Kaitlynn surveyed the battlefield; the ogres and beastmen had been decisively defeated with this battle. They had been routed, but it would take many more days and weeks to hunt them all down and eliminate them, so that the regions safety would be ensured. It seemed like it wasn't all that long ago, and indeed it was only a year or two, that she and her friends on started out on the road to fortune and glory. There hadn't been much of either in those early days; giant rats and bandits weren't known for their legendary treasure hoards. Still, she had learned valuable skills in those days; skills that had served to help keep her and her friends alive. Well, most of her friends, anyway. They had suffered the loss of the dwarven warrior Harbrom while fighting orcs in Scorchskull pass. He sent at least a score of the beasts to their foul gods before he fell, though. The memory brought a painful smile to her face; he had always teased her about choosing to learn swordsmanship instead of the axe. 'Nothing better than a fine dwarven axe in yer hands, girl.' he always used to say. She shook her head to clear the memories; time enough for that later when she was relaxing with Talen at his tavern. At least he had lived... This is the second (mid level) stage of Ral Partha's 3 stage fighter; I did the low level version a couple of months ago. She can be seen here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/65400-ral-partha-3-stage-female-fighterlow-level/?p=1257120 She was painted for Inarah's end of year paint binge. I have the third (high level) stage as well, I'll paint her up once I figure out where I hid her from myself. I hope you like her.
  16. Hi folks, This is Elena von Greifenfels, Knight of the Order of the Gauntlet. The miniatures is used by a my wive in my Tyranny of Dragons campaign. I love the miniature and there are lots of very great paintjobs for it here on the forums. So please enjoy another one. C&C welcome!
  17. I finally painted up this mage, which I've had since the first Bones Kickstarter. Doesn't look like the non-metal version is for sale anymore, and I'm guessing that's because the mold is a little messy (the left side of her face and her pointing hand were pretty mangled and I couldn't entirely fix them). Still, I really like the robes since it gave me a nice place to practice simple clothing trim.
  18. In preparation for 2016 I'm trying to get some of my half-finished 2015 minis off the shelf and into the done pile. I had no color scheme in mind for this mini so I grabbed some paint at random. Most of the time that I do this I decide that it was a horrible idea and put the paints back, but on occasion I just roll with it. Just to practice something different I desaturated all of the paints with white and gave her the '80s pastel look. About halfway through I did decide that I didn't really like this mini, but hey, she was a bonus and not the reason I made my purchase in the first place. For her base I kept with the same look as my previous KD:M minis, but just slapped the paint on quickly for tabletop quality. Also, this is the first mini I've finished using the Reaper skintones that I picked up earlier this month. It's probably the worst face that I've called finished in a long time, but she's off the table.
  19. Jaws

    Dakota, Hasslefree

    This is another Neromunda ganger. I really liked this miniature. It was fun to paint. A lot more detailed than I thought it would be when I ordered. She still needs to be based, but I am out of basing materials for my sci-fi table, and Norway is frozen over for the moment. After seeing these pics, I need to drill the gun, too.
  20. This is Holly, Santa's physical therapist and nutritionist. She was hired on last year after the sleigh accident. During the busy season she helps out with the toys and presents. I see the camera has revealed a few spots I need to touch up.
  21. So In order to participate in the 54mm Challenge. I will start with the Master Series 54mm Pirate Queen, Maria Roseblade. First step, prepping and assembly.
  22. Another go at NMM. Hope you like it. But if you all could find the time to critique my work, it would be very much appreciated. Cheers!
  23. Here is Capt. Amelia Steam from Scale 75. It's 75mm and all metal. The basic sculpt was fine, but I thought the hair was a bit 'ropey'. Overall good casting - no short shots or pitting in my piece, but there was some trash in the hair. The pipes going from the arms to the jet-pack must be bent to fit. Floquil Model Railroad Gray Primer (brushed on) and Reaper MSP acrylics. Questions and comments are welcomed; no secrets here... Cheers, Glen
  24. This is my (very late) fall exchange for fishnjeeps; Juliette from Bones 1. He received it a while ago, so I can post it now. I used Green Stuff and a piece from my bits box to fix her miscast hands (on my copy, her right hand was kind of a shapeless blob as well as the horribly thin left hand). I went for a magic missile/fiery spell effect. I couldn't get a decent picture of it, but I also used a bit of GS to sculpt a lock of hair hanging over her face to hide the mold line/imperfection that was there. I'm not the world's best painter, so I try to go for making any figure I do for exchanges unique somehow. I do try my best with the painting too, of course. Speaking of which, I tried OSL for the very first time ever with her. I'm happy with how it came out, but I think it could also be a lot better. Not too bad for a first try, though. Please let me know what you think.
  25. This lady is going to be a part of different skirmish game warbands. Mainly Necromunda and Mordheim. The little mushrooms/plants on the base are made of dried grape wines.
×
×
  • Create New...