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  1. As those keeping score at home surely must know by now, I loooove Sandra Garrity's work. Elia Shadowfeet, Female Halfling Thief, is a fantastic mini, innit? I was pretty happy with how mine turned out, here. Thanks for looking.
  2. How To Get Ahead In Dragon Slaying I love this lady dragon slayer's proud stance & cold hard stare, not one to pick a fight with I think! Apologies for the apparent shininess on the figure, I always give my minis a light Vallejo matt varnish coat which looks fine in reality but sometimes a bit dodgy in photos. Comments & opinions are always welcome.
  3. Lazy afternoon. Got some cool minis in the mail yesterday... So Naraa from Darklands. She is a Werewolf lord in my Paathfinder game. This is her human form.
  4. While I was painting my Barros & Tempest exchange mini I snapped a few pics to do a WIP with. I may have been overenthusiastic to start and a little forgetful towards the end, but I think I captured the bulk of the process. My plan is to post the images in bulk, so while it'll be broken up into a few posts I should have it all posted after lunch. I cropped and resized the images down to a height of 1000px to keep the filesize under control, but you can still see plenty of gory details once you open them in the image viewer. To start, this is what Reaper sends you as part of the Borros & Tempest set. There is a lot of metal here, almost half a pound. Of course, you're not going to use it all so there will be some things left over for the bits box. Looking at the boneyard, the spear is available separately but the shield comes with a body so you'll always have something extra. And here's what I won't be using. The bones goroloth (sp?) didn't come with a stand so I may re-purpose that at a later date. The idea was to have Tempest leaping off of the side of a cliff. Cork = rock so often that it was what I started with, only thinking about carving some scrap wood well after the fact. Because I was worried about the heavy mini tearing the cork out I compromised and set it back from the edge a bit. After pushing the first nail through and getting an idea of where the mini would have to be in relation, I just eyeballed the second one. Measuring is overrated. And behold Borros and Tempest completely done it TMM! Ok ok, so this was just making sure all my pins lined up. I also used milliput slurry in a few places and built up an apparent missing chunk in the leg. While I never took any pics, the underside of the mount was very rough and also had a hole where the stand would have attached. This all got filled in, but between the hanging cloth and limited viewing angle it was basically all done in solid shadow colors. And now for paint! Orange and purple were the requested colors. While I don't approve of orange, purple is a nice color. I wasn't going to paint a purple horse though. Some areas that would eventually become steel were undercoated in charcoal, as well as the eyes & hooves. The gold was undercoated with ochre so I wouldn't have to worry about coverage issues with it either. My new Scalecolor Wood & Leather set had recently arrived, and the saddle seemed as good a test subject as any. So far I am liking its basic leather look, though I really haven't tried much of the wood or red leather yet. I hadn't actually painted anything equine yet, so I didn't actually know where highlights and shadows go just by looking. Instead I just used logicTM and followed along with the sculpted muscles. And now I'm getting hungry, so that it all you get until after lunch.
  5. In the last Box o' Goodwill round, I had the opportunity to start a box. Since we had a number of Sir Forscales around already, we landed on Bobby Jackson's Hosilla for our group-paint project. My group members did all the work; I just added a little basing that hopefully isn't too obnoxious--I noticed in the photos the lighter color of the stuff I used didn't take the wash fully in a spot or two, especially along one edge. So it looks a bit bright. Sorry. I'll fix it later but decided to go ahead and post it since it since the painting's what's hot, here. It's some fine painting everyone did, too. Please to be enjoying the work of these folks, in mailing order: Fishnjeeps IzzyLobo Pingo Fanguad Arc724 Kadence Ironhammer I think these are the first pictures I've posted using the lightbox I made. Hopefully these do the group's fine painting at least a little bit of justice.
  6. I'd like to guess this one is a hero. She seems to have a pleasant demeanor. However, aren't centurions usually bad guys? Like in movies, and books, and bibles. Whatever, Hero.
  7. The last of my Hero/Villain set. This one is a no brainer. I imagine instead of a Holy Avenger this Anti Paladin got a Demon Shield. It's her side kick. Talks to her, has its own personality, etc. That's why I painted it a completely different color than her. I have a double of this mini minus the ax arm. I think i'll make it a Half Orc.
  8. From my Through the Looking Glass WIP thread I bring you Steampunk Alice:- Decent photography continues to elude me Had super elaborate basing plans for this one, but they fell apart mainly because I was too cheap to buy a tiny mirror or frame (they probably would've fallen apart any ways, but I will never know now). So I fell back on my usual cork based ruins, though hopefully the chessboard pattern gives off enough Wonderland vibes. On the plus side, I'm really pleased with her hair and I didn't do too terrible a job painting her apron white. As always, any comments or criticisms are most appreciated.
  9. Another day, another new WIP thread (at least I finished one this time). Having a go at my Guild of Harmony steampunk set, Dorothy still intimidates me so I'm starting with Alice:- Her feet were way too tiny to pin, so it's gone up the back of her dress (no idea how I'm going to attach her to a base, but that's a problem for future Aku-chan to solve). First attempt to paint her face didn't go very well (her eyes are tiny, it's going to be a theme with this one I think), after a scrub down the second attempt went better:- Skin is Vallejo Flat Flesh, given a Flesh Shade Wash and highlighted with Flat Flesh and 1:1 Flat Flesh/Linen White, with Sapphire Blue eyes and Splattered Crimson lips. I'm using the Blonde 'Disney Alice' colour scheme, I can still only do dirty blonde though but it does seem to work well with whatever that hairstyle is. It's a base of Oiled Leather, then a coat of Palomino Gold (I had to cheat and drybrush some of it), a Sepia Wash then another coat of Palomino Gold.
  10. The female ghost for my campaign.
  11. Here is the dark elf version. The other one I did was for a player. I wanted this one for an NPC.
  12. This girl took forever to sand and clean prior to painting, but I like how she turned out. Can always use more scrawny cyberpunks.
  13. Almost immediately after getting back from ReaperCon, I had to get started on another competition entry. One of the critiques on my pieces was that I needed to work on my contrast so I decided to prove to myself that I could on this piece. I also wanted to do something fun so I decided to paint her cloak in three different colors: purple shading, blue midtones, and teal highlights. By the time I was done with her, I had so much fun painting her and was extremely pleased with the results, that I did not care how she did in the competition. Well the competition was at Gamex this past weekend and she got 2nd place in Fantasy Single. Any input would be appreciated.
  14. Also uses the base of the Ghostly summons, 77095. Put this one together from the bits of two different throne sitting minis which I found with the figure finder. Spent ages on this one. Was very difficult for me. Thought I'd have to strip it of paint and start over again, but I can't be bothered. She's got paint in her face the thickness of my thumb soon, as I could not get the eyes and skin tone right. Given up on her now. :P
  15. My first attempt at a resin mini. This is from Fenryll Miniatures in France. She's part of a set, but I haven't painted the others from that set yet. My skin tones appear to be dying as her skin looks a little bumpy up close in the pictures , still I'm happy with how she turned out, particularly with her face. I'll try and take a better picture of her face tomorrow. Resin is intersting to work with since it's so light wieght and you have to be careful not to snap off pieces. since there is not much flex or give. Linked for Nudity Image 1 Image 2 Image 3 Image 4 Image 5 Image 6 Image 7 Image 8 Image 9 Image 10 Image 11 Edit: for tags update
  16. On this one, I did TMM and tried to shade the metal using clockwork brass with black, followed by P3 rhunic gold, followed by P3 true gold, then a small Vallejo ice yellow dot. I know my skill level only allows so much, but I'm looking for suggestions on highlighting or shading or anything that will be helpful. I tried for a suntan darker flesh tone. This mini was given to me to paint after it had been glued together, primed thick black and no mold lines removed. I tried to get some of the lines, but couldn't get all of them. This is a PC in my game so I want it to look nice. I ordered another one that I'm going to make a dark elf. Unfortunately, I see my photos didn't turn out well at all, Its probably going to be near impossible for anyone to really see the shading and highlights to make suggestions. I'm sorry for that... heck, I even put freckles on her! grrrrrr After a cup of coffee this morning I retook a few shots and replaced the old.
  17. This is the exchange mini I received. Awesome gift and great paint job by Generic Fighter.
  18. Ok finally got the Spring Exchange mini completed. It has no base because Buckyballs requested it be non-based as he will just clear base it anyway for gaming. I am terrible at painting ladies and this one had a lot of fiddly bits. I didn't do a great job but for a tabletop gaming piece I think it will do the trick. I just hope my partner likes it. Better pics taken with an actual camera! Original pics from the cell phone using the light box.
  19. Pulled over from my sculpting thread. Would be in Show Off, except there are just those tiny things which still bug me. That slight grainy texture on the face is getting really annoying, and I'm not really sure how to smooth it or fix it. Need to shadow the cape more I think. Sword is not as bright as I would like, but short of going out and buying a bottle of florescent paint for this alone, I think it's fine. Huh. Reaper Alien Flesh MSP is the exact same color as ProCreate. The patterning on the concept art... hahaha I don't think i can do much more than try and suggest it like what I've done a little bit. I already have trouble drawing it in with my micron pen.
  20. This is Bones version of Nienna, Elf Ranger. Most ranger figures I've seen are painted green or brown, but I thought I'd go for an autumn theme and paint her in red/orange/yellow/brown. I started by painting the cloak a rusty burghundy, including all the highlights and shadows as if that was the final paint job. Then I started painting a freehand patchwork leaf pattern. Each leaf is painted individually, which takes a devilishly long time, I've come to discover. This is going to take a long time to finish. And right now she's at one of the those early stages when I can't stand what I'm working on and think it looks terrible. I've been there so many times before, though, that I will push myself to just keep going, in the hopes it will all turn out right in the end. Here she is so far:
  21. So rather than taking it easy after ReaperCon, I need to jump right into painting my next competition entry. This pretty lady is for Gamex on Memorial Day weekend and will be a good opportunity to push my contrast. I do not have paint on her yet, but I do have a color scheme mocked-up. I am going for cool, jewel tones with the back of the coat being blue shaded with purple and highlighted with teal. I would like everyone's thoughts on a base. I did some mock-ups and know what my favorite is but would like to hear your opinions on these or see if you have any other ideas.
  22. Painted this for a friends' birthday. The miniature is going to be part of a small diorama, fending off a dragon.
  23. Here is another one. I have lots. Just not the best photos. The minis themselves are now where we play and not here at home with me. They have since been based. They are game minis.
  24. Josephine Lucero was a miniature I purchased back around 2000 or so as a character for a D&D game. When I started painting miniatures as a hobby, she was one of the first I painted because I still had her sitting around. So she is probably my 2nd or 3rd miniature painted (I do not count high school painting attempts). This was about three years ago (Reaper got me hooked with a Paint and Take at PAX East 2012). I remember the dress in particular was Pro Paint Glacier Blue, since I had a pot of it from 2003 or so that was still more-or-less okay. Fast forward to ReaperCon 2015. I was digging around the metal trade table when I spotted Josephine. I decided I would paint her up again in more-or-less the same colors, and got started right away (modulus lots of hanging out and chatting). I used some tips from Corporea's Flesh and Faces class, as well as some new Scale 75 paints I picked up. Overall, I probably spent less time on Josephine 2.0 than I did back in 2012 (though I don't really remember how long I spent back then). Derek and some others gave me a few suggestions near the end of the con, but I decided that she would a 100% "Painted at ReaperCon" miniature, and didn't put those final touches on her, even though they would have been fairly easy to do. P.S. And I just noticed... I forgot eyebrows. Grrr. I even noticed that she needed them multiple times. At least they're sculpted on so she doesn't look too weird without them.
  25. Apologies for the tiny pictures, not sure why she ended up so small! Any ways, another finished mini from my Restoring the Balance WIP thread. I'm really pleased with how she ended up, I think I need to cut down on how much grit I mix into my basing sand though. As always, any comments and criticisms are most appreciated.
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