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  1. Just had a few points left to finish on her, so I finished her up and here she is. Aria, Elven Shadow: As always, C & C welcome!
  2. I finished up Amelial from Relic Knights yesterday. The sculpt has some weirdness, but was enjoyable to paint. Some parts are fine, but some parts lack detail (the face in particular has none). Out of the package she has a flying base that attaches to both of her feet and perches her on some cloud thing. I was not a fan, plus I have been using the bases to distinguish factions - Amelial is "Void," so I wanted a base that seems dead or dying. I used a lot of desaturated colors on her, in order to make the saturated parts pop out more - also, again with the "void" aspect, she kind of sucks the life/color out of things. I was going to paint her entirely in desaturated colors, but then I discovered the fantastic saturated purple that the Vallejo Game Ink Violet gave me (it's less blue than it looks in the pictures). I enhanced this saturation by going over the inked spots with gloss coat at the very end. Gloss coat + NMM probably wouldn't score me any points in a competition, but it only looks weird if you think about it. Speaking of NMM, I am very happy with most of it, the tops of the wings and the sword being the exceptions. The blending is fine on the top of the wings, but something is off about the placement. The sword isn't right either, but it looks much better than my first attempt (which can be seen on my blog, if you're interested). As far as the game goes, Amelial is a fantastic unit, so I'm looking forward to adding her to my cadre. C&C is welcome.
  3. Enora told me "Paint me NOW!", so I happily obliged, even thought my pile of partially painted is approaching 20. She is so cute!
  4. Continuing with my twin philosophies of "starting lots of miniatures results in finishing lots of miniatures" and "paint whatever you feel like," I have decided to start on a Hasslefree mini I picked up at ReaperCon last year. I like the HF sculpts, but they are fairly expensive so I've only acquired the one. Apologies for the small picture, but there's not a whole lot to see yet. I've lined the eyes with P3 Coal Black, RMS Fair Skin on the face, arms and midriff, Linen White for the shirt and P3 Wurm Green for the hair. I'm hoping to get some color suggestions from the forum. The shirt, vest, gloves, pants and boots are the main color areas. Most of those areas need to be bright so the hair will match. (She's also wearing a Hello, Kitty backpack which I plan to paint in standard Hello, Kitty colors). The first idea I had was white shirt, red vest, blue jeans, black gloves and boots, but that might not be bright enough. I could use the green from the hair on either the shirt or the vest, or maybe a light yellow. Teal might be a better choice for the paints then. Thoughts?
  5. I painted this for a friend to use as her half-orc barbarian in a D&D game. I ended up going more human then orc so she can use it for other characters later.
  6. Traxxis from Hasslefree Miniatures. I really (really, really) struggled to assemble this miniature. When I finally managed to do so the handle of the axe is rather bent. On the bright side the miniature is finished, and that's mostly all that counts :) Other pictures linked for nudity: Picture 1, Picture 2, Picture 3
  7. This was a quick table top job done as a Christmas present for a friend.
  8. This is the dynamic version of Kalee from Hasslefree Miniatures. The miniature comes with a axe which I'm not that fond of, so I cut it off and replaced it with a sword from Tre Manor's Red Box Games (one of the helsvakt weapon sprues).
  9. Arwen, from Games Workshop. I picked this miniature to finish off 2014 (to get my 2014 total to an even nice and even number) because it probably paint fast. I was somewhat surprised of the result. I'm quite pleased, especially since it didn't require at much of an effort.
  10. Luna from Hasslefree Miniatures. Not much more to say.
  11. Hasslefree's Gwen (HFH074) for your enjoyment: As always, C & C welcome!
  12. This one is for a friend to use as a PC in a 5e D&D game. She is playing a half-orc barbarian, so I found a couple a for her to choose from and she selected 03019: Lathula, Female Barbarian. I have attached the arms and cleaned up some mold lines. I should be able to get her primed tomorrow.
  13. Here are yesterday's efforts, the Bones version of Freja Fangbreaker. To be honest, I wasn't really sold on this sculpt until I started painting it, but now I am a believer. She has a lot of haughty, kick-elf attitude. I decided to keep the base simple as she has a lot of little details that I didn't want to be overwhelmed by an ornate base. Questions and comments are always welcome. Thanks for looking!
  14. This one came out a little rough, but I like the colors.
  15. Continuing to paint my Bones wizards.
  16. One of my bones figures I didn't really want to paint, but then it came out pretty great. That's always the way.
  17. I've recently relized that the end of 2014 is fast approaching and I'm nowhere close to completing my second (and most important) painting goal of 2014: that all 2014 purchases must be finished within 2014 (excluding kickstarters). I've spent most of my (recently dwindling) paint time just working through my quickdip pile and really slacking off the metal pile. But as 2014 moves towards its end I really need to pick up the pace. So here's the Kassata Lewynn by Reaper Miniatures. I finished this miniature to use as my character in an ongoing DnD 5ed game.
  18. I've recently relized that the end of 2014 is fast approaching and I'm nowhere close to completing my second (and most important) painting goal of 2014: that all 2014 purchases must be finished within 2014 (excluding kickstarters). I've spent most of my (recently dwindling) paint time just working through my quickdip pile and really slacking off the metal pile. But as 2014 moves towards its end I really need to pick up the pace. So here's the unarmored Eowyn version by Games Workshop.
  19. Finished something for a change! This is Tempest, she's a fierce Dragyri Warrior from the Dark Age range and you can find her WIP here. Really pleased with how she turned out, and I think I levelled up my blending skills a bit working on her. Any comments and critiques are most appreciated.
  20. 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.
  21. 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.
  22. 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.
  23. 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.
  24. 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.
  25. 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.
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