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  1. Primed, and a messy black wash job so I can see what I'm doing. And admire my handiwork. Some basecoating in MSP Denim Blue, and Testors Silver enamel. I love Testors's enamel copper and silver, they're like dipping into liquid metal. Their other metallics, though, seem much more roughly ground. Also known as "If I screw this up there is no one to blame but myself." Was considering copper + green color scheme, but I think I'll go for silver-blue-gold. Copper might come back on the crossbow, we'll see.
  2. Here is another miniature I plan to try to finish up for RCon.
  3. So I had to repost my work due to account crash. Currently I'm working on this and some Undead. Hopefully she will be done soon. I mixed red with metallics for the armour. She wears a Cloack of a slain giant snake. And I try a bit of marble on the base. If I can pull it off. Tips hints welcome..
  4. The first of my 12-Days bonus minis to see paint. Julie Guthrie's Kyrie, Female Barbarian. Totally beautiful sculpt. I had a blast with her and was glad I didn't ruin her (any worse than I did, lulz). More of my home-cooking flesh tone on her. I decided to run her to the pale side. Seemed fitting. I tried real eyes, and they turned out terrible. I was pretty happy with how her fur turned out. Thanks for looking. All feedback welcome.
  5. 77035: Deladrin, Female Assassin I've finally got around to painting the figure Annette is using for her current character in my D&D5e campaign. She's a two-sword-wielding leather girl, an ex-sergeant in the forces of the Little Sisters of Carnage — hence the red cloak. Admittedly, at this very instant in the campaign, she, like pretty much everyone else, is pretty much nekkid and have lost nearly all their gear. However, I'm low on character figures that are mostly nekkid and have lost nearly all their gear, so this will continue doing the job until she eventually either gets more clothes and gear, or dies (permanently). It's another Bones plastic figure; don't know the product code it's 77035: Deladrin, Female Assassin by Werner Klocke. For some reason my matte varnish refused to go properly matte on this figure, and I'm not really sure why. It was working last time I used it.
  6. Last year at Reapercon, I took an excellent NMM course taught by the irrepressible Aaron Lovejoy. He had us paint NMM gold on this lady's shield and oh my god was I terrible. This year I picked up another copy so I could try the shield and see how I did. I actually did an okay job on it about four or five months ago but only finished the shield. Three months ago I decided I had progressed in my skill and thought I could improve on it by adding some contrast. NOPE. I couldn't recreate the colors accurately which threw the blend off, at which point I moved on to other things. Well, with the RPChallenge clock ticking down for March, I thought I'd finish her up, and oh man, did I make some bad decisions. But that's okay, now I know not to try doing hair with a ridiculously dark undercoat, among other things.
  7. The Gnome Bard by Stonehaven, not sure why she's singing to a bush, she just is. Something simple I've painted up between other things, but I'm rather pleased with how she came out. Comments and criticisms are, as always, most appreciated.
  8. Little while back painted Derek Schubert's Koya Mvashti, from the Pathfinder line. I really love this sculpt. It turned into a real festival of colors. I tried playing around with bright and kind of went from there. Had a lot of fun with her. Likely will base her at a later date; apologies for the white tab. Thanks for looking! Feel free to provide advice for future reckoning.
  9. Speed paint of a human-looking half-orc PC for Pathfinder. I was trying to light green tint to bronzish skin, but she looks a little undead. (Needed a warmer green, perhaps?) After two attempts I had to remind myself it's a speed paint and to not fiddle. She fits pretty well on the new Reaper bases.
  10. Hjordisa Ymirsdottir from Red Box Games. One more Tre Manor sculpt. I struggled to get a good photo as the figure is quite small. I'm really satisfied with the paintjob.
  11. The Female Leaders from my Horde from the North. Female Shaman from Shadowforge. Familiar is a Reaper Pinguin Barbarian Hero Is from Target Games/Chronophia with a Ral Partha Sabretooth tiger I believe. Not sure about the tiger.. And a Barbarian Female Hero with Black Panther from grenadier Linked because, well...nudity... "http://s444.photobucket.com/user/Balthar1964/media/Gallery%202013%20and%20up/shaman%202_zpsaw3xbxhe.jpg.html" "http://s444.photobucket.com/user/Balthar1964/media/Gallery%202013%20and%20up/North%20Shaman_zpsw89wrewb.jpg.html"//North%20Shaman_zpsw89wrewb.jpg" "http://s444.photobucket.com/user/Balthar1964/media/Gallery%202013%20and%20up/hero%20lady_zpsuz47ohol.jpg.html
  12. Here is my first attempt to paint up a Hasslefree Miniature. I painted the Hasslefree Barwench up to add another figure to my fantasy villagers. I also gave her head band a try at freehand. And here we go: Thanks for any C&C you feel inspired to give.
  13. Some more of my older work. Are you people tired yet from all my reposting?? These are my Ghostly twins.
  14. My take on Bones Aina, Painted last year. I tried a freehand on the shield supposed to look like a seaserpent thingy. EDIT : took some better pics.
  15. This is 02110: Darby Darkleaf, or rather one of a set of three, 03359: DHL Classics: Female Halflings. They are not quite identical, since the individual figure has a larger base than the three in the set. All three halflings in the set are tiny and Old School style, with especially small faces with eyes that are shaped a little difficult to paint. They are, however, very cute. I painted her eyes rather larger than they were actually sculpted. I think this might be the first time in twenty years I've tried to paint a mini red-blonde. I'm not sure how successful she turned out.
  16. Here she is, the last of the hobbits (and gnomes) I started during the January Bones Beauty Pageant. Olivia, "halfling" could maybe be a druid, or a wizard. At any rate, she a non-thief hobbit female. Many times when I start one of these things I think, "Oh, I should try painting in subdued colors and earth tones." Hah. So anyway, here's the world's least camouflaged hobbit druid. Or most ivy-loving wizard. Or something. I love that she has a loaf of bread in her sling of scrolls and books.
  17. My first attempt at NMM.
  18. This is one of my favorite halfling sculpts. Melantha is smaller than some other recent halflings (like the statuesque Elia Shadowfeet Mark II), but I like her attitude. There's so much life and movement in this sculpt!
  19. Inspired by the January Bones Little People Beauty Pageant, I pulled out some of my metal hobbits and painted them up as well. This is Elia Shadowfeet, Female Halfling Thief. I discovered I also had an earlier incarnation of Elia, much more old-school in style but sculpted, as this one was, by Sandra Garrity. I do like the more modern approach in this figure. She's pretty tall for a halfling, reasonably armored, and packed for a serious expedition. Looking at some of the other paint jobs, like Derek Schubert's stunning version in Reaper's online store, I am struck by how soft mine look. The colors kind of melt into each other and are sometimes ambiguous as to what they are and where they go. This is also almost my first attempt in 20 years to paint a blonde mini (this was the first, and only by a few hours). I do try to make use of the broccoli bases. This one maybe looks a little more tarry than I intended.
  20. This is Reaper 02100: Trissa Cloverhill, the last of the three female halflings in the set 03359: DHL Classics: Female Halflings. They are a cute set of three extra-small old-school-style hobbits. Trissa's legs felt a little bare to me, so I added blue breeches.
  21. Cassie is the last of the half dozen Reaper Bones I painted for the January Bones Beauty Pageant with the theme "little people." I had a batch of metal halfling figures I had been looking for an excuse to paint anyway, and I did them as well (Show Off threads to come). She was another figure I looked at and saw with eyes shut, concentrating. When I looked up D&D and Pathfinder gnomes I found references to jewel-colored hair, but also to jewel-colored skin. She gravitated towards a Drow-like coloration of blue-grey skin and white hair. I find her paint job a little rough; I worked fast to finish these by the Beauty Pageant deadline. One thing I did find time for was the little jug on her left hip; I painted it up like a Greek vase.
  22. This is 02058: Elia Shadowfeet, which came in a set with two others, 03359: DHL Classics Female Halflings. She's a dainty little Old-School thing. To give an idea of size, she is standing on a standard Chessex dice box. There is a later version of Elia who is an amazon by comparison. Both were sculpted by Sandra Garrity. She was sculpted with (probably) bare legs, but I added painted-on breeches because that tunic looked mighty short and drafty. I painted her dark because dark hobbits, why not. Reflections on the short sword are painted on. I think the whites on her sleeves got a bit overexposed in the photos except for the back view. There are a lot of different colors in the shading of those sleeves. Her face was a bit difficult to paint. It is very small, and the eyes had a sort of agressive shape with two pits on the side of a ball. It took a little finagling to make it work.
  23. Merisiel from Reaper. The new(er) Merisiel sculpt painted up for a DnD5 campaign I'm playing in. I'm hoping we'll make the switch to using this one as I like the paintjob better than the one I did on the old sculpt.
  24. Female dwarves are hard to find. Especially in the good quality that Reaper has made. This is my female and male version of the Hero Quest dwarf:
  25. New dude posting! Here's what I'm currently working on, in spare time as I find it. Had some snow days from classes, so I knocked out a few minis. This one isn't quite done yet. Neither are the others, really.
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