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  1. AKA - Shiny Syndrome strikes again! As usual my latest minis have elbowed their way to the front of my painting queue, they always look so much cooler when they're new! Anyways, here's the Tempest:- She's a Dragyri Warrior from Dark Age. At this point I've done my best to prep and prime her, the casting isn't great in places on this one. And here she is after I've started on her skin:- Since she's an alien she gets alien skin, which means I can't use my precious Flesh Wash! So at the moment I'm attempting to paint it from the shade layer up, starting with a basecoat of 4:2 Vallejo Flat Flesh/Vallejo Hexed Lichen. I then moved on to the mid-tone layer of 4:1 Flat Flesh/Hexed Lichen, unfortunately (due to my not particularly level wet palette) this paint mix decided to mingle with it's Lava Orange neighbour, so I didn't get this step finished last night.
  2. Okay, last one. I swear. Kimberlee the Fair, by Sandra Garrity. I've professed my love for Ms. Garrity's work more than once, so it goes without saying perhaps that I love this sculpt. But I really love this sculpt. Like, if I could bring one sculpt to life and leave my wife for it, this might be the one. Kimberlee the Beautiful. I got the idea for playing the midriff of her dress as a corset-type article of clothing from a painted version of her I found via a Google image search. I don't think that's how it should be, but I really liked it. I immediately wanted to use the Breast Cancer Awareness pink from my Ghoulie Bag and was inspired by another person's painted Kimberlee to match a purple with it--so I guess I really kind of ripped everything about this paintjob off from other people, lol. Oh, and it gets worse--I bought this mini second-hand. It was primed black and based. I rolled with that. Black's not my usual primer, so I rolled with it and I think benefited from it in this instance. And the base . . . well, I never base. So I can take little credit at all with this mini, but hopefully I did her a bare justice on the rest. Thanks so much for looking. Comments and criticism are much appreciated.
  3. After painting my Cave Woman and the Giant Spider, I felt like doing something stripped down and minimal. Also I wanted to explore the use of negative space to create a mood or to evoke a feeling. I chose to work with Rose, a small 20mm figure from the Hasslefree Juvenile range. I carved the brick she is standing on from Super Sculpey. The brick she is standing on is a bombed out street. The flower in the foreground is meant to represent the Poppy used to commemorate Remembrance Day. Thank you for looking.
  4. aku-chan

    A Troll Mage

    Finally finished the adorable Troll Mage from Stonehaven:- I felt she had a real '80s childrens fantasy film' vibe, so I made her rather colourful! Super pleased with how she turned out, particularly the eyes, I think they're my best ones yet (though that probably has more to do with their size than any real levelling up of my skills). C&C, as always, is appreciated.
  5. So...I'm just a hair late posting this...my painted piece back from the Winter Exchange for Oneboot. I've not done much with demi-metallic metals in the past, so it was quite exploratory for me...also: I never plan to do runes that tiny again without the aid of magnification.
  6. Just remembered that I finished Kalyna from Hasslefree Miniatures a while back. I'm happy with most of the mini, except the face. I remember thinking it could easily turn into a miss when I bought the miniature and turns out I was right.
  7. Here's (yet another) side project, as I (slowly) work on my Galleon: As always, C&C welcome!
  8. Had to convert to Damian's staff as I broke hers this gave her a nasty case if man hand. Please critique all input welcome and thank you.
  9. This was my entry to the Fantasy Singe category at Gateway (Strategicon) this past weekend. She took 2nd place.
  10. One more for the road: As always, C&C welcome!
  11. This is the Chainmail Mordengard Dwarf Fighter from Wizards of the Coast. I am painting my Mordengard Dwarves with an alternate color scheme to represent a planetouched dwarven subrace. This dwarven subrace all have grey skin, all black eyes, and metallic hair.
  12. While Red Box Games is my favorite miniature line the trend is that I just buy the miniatures without painting them. Frankly because they scare me. The detail is smaller than what I'm used to and I'm afraid to screw it up. It's much easier to pick up and paint other miniatures because it doesn't really matter as much if I do screw them up :) But every once in a while I do gather enough courage to pick one up and finish it. I painted this one because of the same reason I painted Birgir. I was going to participate in a DnD one shot at the local gaming store. I didn't know if it would be using miniatures (and it didn't) but if it did I wanted to make sure that I had a miniature to represent the premade characters. I'm mildly happy with how she turned out. I'm pleased with the armor but I feel that the overall paintjob looks a bit dirty. I wasn't sure what colors to paint her from the start and she suffered a lot of restarts. But she's better than the unpainted version from a few days ago so that's a plus :)
  13. I painted Janan for the 2014 Summer Miniature Exchange. She's now safely in the hands of Quintangible. This was my first time trying to do eyes with color and reflections. The white leather was also an experiment. I definitely need to improve my highlighting.
  14. Ellyria

    Cassie

    Got her in the mail a few hours ago. I'm really bad at waiting for paint to dry. Now my lunch is cold. Long time no see, all! Hope everyone is doing well. :D
  15. A little background first. Back at the beginning of June I was approached by an employee of my FLGS with a "Hey I hear you paint miniatures, want to enter our contest?" Well at first I was not going to as the deadline was less then two weeks away, I had other ones I needed to work on, and as your entry fee, you needed to buy a miniature from the store (problem since I have too many as it is). But I wanted to support the store so I made a list of Bones that I want to paint and out of the about ten that I choose, this was the only one they had. Well I got it done on time and was the first to turn in. The deadline got extended twice to try to get more entries but we only ended up with three and we got the results yesterday. I won! So here is Aina the Female Valkyrie. I wanted to work on pushing my shadows and highlights and her skirt was perfect for this but I still could have gone darker with the shadows. I also needed to try out the RMSP Red Hair triad and I am happy with the results. I had a little accident when cleaning up the sword and ended up needing to use brown stuff to rebuild it and was semi successful. The base is a block of wood from Michaels with one corner burned off and rocks made of Super Sculpey. Any input would be appreciated.
  16. The adventure continues. First up, the only Reaper mini I've stumbled across in the several lots I've bought on Ebay, a Guardian Wraith by Bob Ridolfi: I recently saw dispensed some advice about highlighting black with turquoise. So I tried that, here--a very light turquoise. I liked the looks of it, so I also used that for the detailing on the shield, hoping to get a glowing look. And then there's Lanah the Lost, Barbarian Princess, from Ral Partha's Fantasy Adventurers line: My first bikini-babe warrior-chick. Love love love this sculpt, even if it is a little ridiculous. I really made an effort not to holdback with the highlights on her. I double washed with Reaper's flesh wash and then dry-brushed with what I felt was a super-light tone to try and make her pop. Also, the first butt cheeks I've painted. And finally Grenadier's Necromancer (or Illusionist (Evil): Another sculpt I love (though it's a wee wonky in a couple spots). I really wanted to embrace the Necromancer sort of feel to this piece that was at least sometimes billed as a necromancer, so I thought blue was the way to go. Hoping it's popping. I also assumed it to be glowing, and I tried to limit my highlighting to areas affected by that glow--not OSL or whatnot, obviously, but I'm kind of feeling that general territory out. Don't know if it even remotely makes sense as-is or not. But. Yeah. Also tried making a little wood grain on the staff. As always, I'm totally open to feedback, especially if it'll help me improve. Thanks for looking.
  17. Rediscovered my Stonehaven Gnomes last week and thought they would make good, simple projects to work on between bigger stuff. First one finished is the Female Knight:- Super pleased with her face and hair, but I feel the rest is pretty average. All comments graciously received!
  18. This is Lenore from Hasslefree Miniatures. I should thin my paints more since the finish is a bit blotchy but overall I'm quite pleased with the outcome. It's a great miniature that was easy to paint. Linked for nudity: Front Side
  19. I've used some of the long weekend to work on my backlog of metal miniatures. This one has sat half finished for a few months now. I figured it was time to put the finishing touches and call it done. Here's a link to the front (contains nudity): https://dl.dropbox.com/s/lyfvlgwatkm7goh/fantasyHumans-Gymnast001.JPG
  20. Gina from Hasslefree Miniatures. I'm cleaning out some of the backlog. The figure didn't get all of the attention it deserves but I'm still happy with the result.
  21. Rae from Hasslefree Miniatures. I'm cleaning out some of the backlog and rushed this one somewhat. It resulted in some sloppy blacklining but overall I'm happy with the result.
  22. Felicity from Hasslefree Miniatures. I'm really happy with how she turned out. If I ever play in a zombie apocalypse game this will be my character. I might have gone abit overboard with the blood on the bat. That could use some more attention.
  23. A couple of Bones figures I started at reapercon and finished over the holiday weekend. Both figures have a basic tabletop paint job, basecoat and a series of washes and highlights applied.
  24. Here is a Robyn from the Forgotten Realms set. I added to her base the fairy dragon familiar too match her little one on her wrist. Thanks for viewing. C&C welcome.
  25. Here is another bones I finished up. Thanks for viewing.
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