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  1. For your enjoyment. As always, c&c welcome!
  2. I just completed the Alistrilee, female elf archer, figure from the Bones II Core Set. I had actually put this figure in my Bones "out" box when I first sorted my Kickstarter. But since I have been bitten by the Frostgrave bug recently, and needed to boost my warband recruits, I pawed through the "out" box to look for suitable candidates who look attired for winter adventuring. I had culled this figure originally as it is rather plain and lacks a dynamic pose, and I already had a selection of elf archers from Bones I, but her hood and cape made her perfect for exploring the ruins of Felstad. And for those of you who like a close-up to see the details: I'm really pleased with how this figure turned out, and in the end I'm glad she was rescued, as I think this figure has a lot of subtle grace to it, that I missed on first passing. For the complete painting write-up, please see my blog: http://allbonesabout.blogspot.com/2015/09/alistrilee-elf-archer-bones-ii-figure.html
  3. Been itching to paint up a human mini. I had this figure primed up, so I decided to start up this figure. I got the flesh base coated and the face painted up. Looking at it right, now I think I need to fix the eyes (Sigh). I think I'll keep going and finish up the skin tone and hair and see how I looks. Here is where she is at the start:
  4. So I bought minis for characters I have in a written rp that has literally zero use for minis. I bought them though, simply because I like to have little representations of my characters. This is one of said characters, and her name is Shana Holt. She is hopelessly in love with a guard captain, who belongs to Rob, called Simone, and she aspires to be noticed by her, to the point of a little bit odd. Janan, of course, is stood on a dragon head, but Shana is no dragon slayer, she's just a city guard - so Drifter helped me out by trimming the dragon head away from her foot, and then she got rebased. She's got a nice genuine pebble there to rest her foot upon, and her sword has resisted my numerous attempts to sort it the hell out and still has a little bend in it, but murgh. And here's a bonus Instagrammed photo. Yar. So her base is a pebble and some green stuff, savaged with the rear end of one of my paintbrushes. Her paints... Oh gawd. Citadel: -Khorne Red -Evil Sunz Scarlet -Bloodletter Glaze -Kislev Flesh -Flayed One Flesh -Runelord Brass -Nuln Oil -Seraphim Sepia -Loren Forest -Elysian Green -Ushabti Bone P3: -Menoth White Highlight -Thamar Black -Bloodtracker Brown -Umbral Umber -Cold Steel
  5. A bit rough, both on the paint and the sculpt. First time using scenic grass... it's interesting. Herringbone twill and heterochromic hazel eyes were both fun to paint; new things you can do at large scales. Comments and crit appreciated!
  6. My first miniboss for my wrath of the righteous campaign. Please keep making these Pathfinder minis Reaper!
  7. "How did this come to pass? This one was with its brethren, raiding the Prime. This one's raiding party was Seeking a lost Silver Sword. This one was wounded, slowed. Then there was Mist, thick, heavy Mist. Mist was all this one could see. This one became separated from its raiding party. This one wandered for a time, then there was this Place. This Place is not the Prime. The core of this one's Being knows it, but this one cannot determine the interplanar coordinates of this Place. This Place is Mystery. This Place is Emptiness. This one is Alone. This one has no choice but to continue the Mission, Alone. The missing Silver Sword must be found. This one must Seek the Silver Sword. This one will find it. This one was brought to this Place for a Reason." As always, c&c welcome!
  8. I have two of her. She is actually an aranea ranger in humanoid form in my game. Not perfect. But good for my purposes.
  9. Newest mini ^^ This figure is kinda special for me, as she's going to be my Pathfinder character, hence the slightly odd colours. Being a vampire (hence the purpleish skin) and a Nightblade, she has some odd abilities, like creating weapons and shields from shadow. So, to represent that, I had a go at painting the shield and sword as if they were part real, part shadow. I sanded some of the detail off from the shield to make it (hopefully) more effective I also sanded off all the various crosses from her armour, like on the kneepads, cause... vampire. Didn't make much sense to leave them there
  10. Edele of Aelfheim by Tre Manor -Elf After a swift polish of this figure I Greenstuffed it on the base. I'm very pleased with the way it came out. I got to work on this one so quick I didnt get many WIP shots in but I am not finish with her yet. I also got some hair highlights! What do you think? And here is one i with a little more shading!
  11. Primed and ready to go. Rough spots here and there but... it's too rubbery to sand. Ah well. Just need to become a better sculptor I guess.
  12. So, I had a bad time this last Minis Exchange on the Reaper boards. I got a partner that I had no clue what to paint for them! I had no ideas, no inspiration, no anything really! It took until the week before we were supposed to send by for me to have an Idea. So here it is... So first off, I should explain a bit about this mini. Female Bugbears are not common miniatures to paint, so i had to have a reason for her to be useful for my Partner. So, I decided on this one due to Talae's interest in the Eberron D&D setting and that he said "Not All Monsters are Bad Guys". So, I though, well Maybe Not then. "Some Monsters are Bad-A$$ Girls!" So, that is were this mini comes in. I had to get a few lessons and assistance to make this Girl Bad-A$$ enough. Fortunately, My FLGS, Gatehouse Games, is run by an awesome Gamer and skilled Painter, Tim Gatehouse! So, on Tuesday the 14th of July, I arrived shortly after the store opened for painting lessons. Being his least busy day of the week, I had his help most of the day. So I made what I am sure is my best work to date. But first WiP Pics I took at Gatehouse Games during the course of the painting... First was the Wolf Skin Armor bits and the Base Coat on the Fleshy bits. Then was defining the Fleshy bits more. Finalized the Shield with wear and tear effects. Got last minute Details like her bag and Earring. And for the Perverts out there, yes she is giving you a "Panty Shot". GF
  13. fanguad

    Satyxis Raider

    I fished this lady out of the melt bin at ReaperCon, missing her chain whip which I replaced with a dagger. I don't play Cryx (and she's part of a 10-man squad anyway), so she gets painted up as a generic PFRPG NPC. I decided this would be a low-stress model: having fun takes priority over looking good. I put as much time as I wanted into any given section then moved on. She may have a chance to star in the next session of my RotRL game. The base I got from Secret Weapon’s Bag of Crap. I’m not a big fan of their gross alien bases, so it got paired with this low-stress model.
  14. Well, at least I didn't Drop THIS one! Have been working on and off on her and finished the painting and sealing last night, got the flock and tufts on so time to show her off! WIP Thanks to Ub3r, Tiniest Rhombus, and Mierot for the Black Base suggestion! Personally, I feel that this is my best work to date. Thanks to all of those people that have been patiently explaining Wet-Blending to me, and all off the PUSH the high lights and shadows comments from everyone!! Comments Welcome! Especially if I missed something else that needs fixing! 8) George Sorry about the pics and back drop, but it is Pathfinder night tomorrow, and the lighting area is on the gaming table, so it wont be set up again until Sunday at the earliest
  15. Alright, finally got a lot of stuff off my painting desk and I am going to paint something that I want to paint instead of something for someone else. This is the first KD mini that I have had a go at so this should be fun/interesting/learning experience. Assembly was not too bad even though all the pieces and parts are tiny and delicate and resin. I will say that the mold lines are tiny and a pain to get off since I was worried about snapping a piece or going too far into detail. Took my time and still managed to miss one that ran down the entire right arm, ended up seeing it after priming, I think I got it all now. Not sure which lighting is better here so take your pick. Primed with duplicolor(?) white sandable auto primer, pretty good stuff from this first try, I may stick with it. I laid down a thinned coat of tanned flesh. Again with the lighting issue.. Then two more layers of thinned tanned flesh. That is where she stands right now, tanned flesh triad will continue after this busy weekend. C&C always welcome.
  16. Hi, first post. I'm going to start posting pics of my Reaper miniatures here. I'll start with Gossamer.
  17. Asheryver is a character my wife plays in D&D. The idea behind the character made her somewhat difficult to find a mini for. Asheryver was from a shamanistic tribe of Half-Orcs. As a child, she was being groomed to be a druid of sorts, and the worst possible thing happened. A malevolent spirit disrupted a special ritual, causing a deamonic entity to become bound to her. Her life has been torment and pain ever since. There are not many femail Half-Orc models that represent druids/mages/shaman in the manner that my wife liked. So, when I found this one on my shelf, I showed it here. She said it was almost perfect, down to the bald head.
  18. while I am waiting for the new bones kick starter minis to be delivered next year I have been going through my old boxes of stuff and picking out pieces to paint. this is a woods witch that I painted to look like a FR Drow. I used a little construction sand for flocking, and glued a savage orc head onto it just because I can. as always tell me how to improve. I can take it.
  19. Hi all! I'm new to this forum, but not to fantasy miniature painting. I don't really know what to say right now so I'll let a couple pieces of my wok speak for themselves: 77002: Orc Archers (Bones) 02566: Fiona, Female Druid
  20. Front and side views (bare breasts) I have to say, I was surprised when I got her; she was a lot smaller than I expected. Finished painting in about a day (not hard when you can paint the entire figure all at once) and spent the rest of the time sculpting the base with Apoxie Sculpt and wrestling with liquid water resin. edit: Ah right, I might as well mention the colors, since it's basically only three gradients. Skin: (Walnut Brown) > Old West Rose > Rosy Shadow > Rosy Skin > Maiden Flesh > Vampiric Highlight. Hair: (Walnut Brown) > Woodland Brown > Orange Fireball > Maiden Flesh Bow and Quiver: (Walnut Brown) > Denim Blue > LED Blue > Blue Flame
  21. I have started to paint some big 54mm and 1/6 scale minis. To ensure that I get something finished, I will now start to paint a 28mm too. Here is Bonnie Prepped and based for priming.
  22. Queen Ileosa, with a base made from countertop color matching samples. I figured, it's designed to look like marble / stone, so why not? I don't know whether to continue my sheer cloth attempt, or just give up and turn it back into red though, and I don't know what color to make her vest corset thing. Her back will be painted to look like peacock feathers. Yes, that is metallic blue in her hair. Perhaps too blatant. Should I tone it down? A conversion of Hannah Blackruby from a sorceress to simply a noble lady, involving twisting her hand sideways and epoxying in the rod from Sheila Heidmarch's weapon sprue (which I wasn't going to use). I have to say, I was expecting her arm to snap off halfway through; I now have a newfound respect for JB Weld, and I'm using it a lot more now. Her color scheme is more decided, and yes her gloves and coat lining will be white leather. I'm inclined to switch to a different color for her purse though; a white bag makes her right arm hard to read. Critique, comments, suggestions?
  23. This is my first Reaper Mini that I have painted to post on the forums. I have recently found the forums here, and am very interested in doing the paint exchanges, but I did want to throw something up so the organizers and other members knew that I can throw some paint on a mini and not have it look like total jank. I am interested to hear what everyone thinks. This was also my first Bones mini that I have done, and did as suggested and not primed it. First coat was a bit tricky but after that everything went pretty typical.
  24. This week I painted Trista the White Wolf figure from the Bones I "Heroes" Set. When I started on her, I hadn't yet looked up her name. So, when I decided to go with a red and yellow color scheme, I thought it would be neat to name her "The Red Wolf" (not knowing her real name) and give her red hair. So for my purposes, she's renamed as Trista, the Red Wolf. For the full painting write-up, please see my blog: http://allbonesabout.blogspot.com/2015/07/trista-white-wolf-figure-161-of-265.html
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