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  1. I've had this mini around for a few years now and finally decided to paint her once I was more comfortable pinning. I think she's one of the best pin jobs that I've done to date :) and I thought it was relatively easy :) i really enjoyed painting her. She's just an NPC for D&D so she didn't take but a few hours to paint. I have a queue of figures to paint so I wanted to get her done before I started on the others for an upcoming show. I used her as an experiment of sorts. One of the miniatures I'm painting is from Stormtroopers (Boudicea) and she has "fiery red hair". I concocted a mix for red hair and want to know what you all think of it? I highlighted it up to white, too, at the highest tips. Mix used: dark flesh (base coat) dark flesh + yellow + dab of titanium white (mid coat) dark flesh + yellow + titanium white (highlight) titanium white (brightest highlight) I then did a brown ink wash on it after it was all dry. The other experiment I used was with "snow effects" which I used sand as the material (I didn't have any snow effects on hand) and then painted that a very light gray-blue and then highlighted over with titanium white. I'm not sure how I like it, it's the first time I did it, but any recommendations on how to do it would be fantastic. I apologize that the photos are a little washed out, these are actually the second/third set I have taken after doing a black wash over the armor to bring out the lines more and then re-highlighting. I've highlighted most to white, but it's hard to see that in the photos. C&C welcome :D
  2. I'm currently painting "Boudicea" from Stormtrooper Miniatures. Love the piece thus far, and am trying to paint her as accurately as possible. In most of the artwork I have seen of her, she's got on an orange-red dress, which I mimic in the miniature itself. I've shaded it already before I start the next part of her dress, which is plaid-ish. Right now, though, it's in desperate need of a wash. My question is, what color should I use? I don't want to do red because I don't want the dress to appear red. Right now I'm leaning on brown.... but am definitely open to other thoughts and ideas. Please note that this is a WIP, so please feel free to share any pointers you could give in bettering her. The skin is NOT done, nor is her face, so please don't fear about that. Thanks!! Original artwork I'm basing her on: What I have so far: P.S. the images appear more reddish, but I assure you that her dress is closer to the orange-red in the picture. My photo-fu just stinks :)
  3. So I like working with metallics, and i needed more female dwarves for my collection, so this mini was an obvious buy. There's an incredible level of detail on this mini. Had to add smaller brushes to my collection so I could do the smaller bits justice. The face is better than my previous humanoids, but still not great. I also feel like the ink i used didn't stick to the silver very well. Still one of my favorite works.
  4. Hello fellow members. I need some information. I want to expand my harpy collection. A while back I saw a photo of (6) harpy miniatures...(4) were in flight poses with spread wings & (2) were ground based. The bodies were beautiful nude female form with the legs & feet becoming talons. Who makes/made these miniature & are they still available? I know it wasn't Reaper or Ral Partha (I have those in my collection already). Any information would be helpful. Thanks!
  5. Kryn the Red, from the STonehaven Dwarves line. Here she is basecoated. I put down the red and green first, and was worried that she'd turn into Mrs. Claus, but the yellow really helps break it up. I'm planning on putting gold metallic on much of what is now yellow. I also plan to highlight the crap out of her clothes - taking the red and green all the way to white to really emphasize the bright colors.
  6. I've got some scenic bases in the mail so I wanted to experiment with them before I use them on my winter exchange. I chopped off Michelle's broccoli base with a hobby knife then decided to replace her wobbly weapons with metal ones. I didn't have two matching swords so she gets sword and dagger instead. The sword was SOOO easy to mod. I just chopped off the old one, drilled straight through her hand with a drillbit about 1 size too small. I then used the bendy nature of Bones to my benefit and just wiggled it in there and through. The sword is held entirely by her rubber-band hands - there's not a drop of glue. The dagger was slightly more problematic because it had a pommel that was quite a bit bigger than the grip. I had to cut off the pommel (and promptly lost it), so I glued the original pommel back on. The dagger is secure as well - it might have a little bit of glue, but it's mostly friction as well. There's something weird/wrong with her right eye. Anyone else have this problem? There's zero chance I can fix the sculpt without ruining it, and I probably can't do good enough paint plastic surgery, so she might get an eye patch, or magical jewel-eye or something.
  7. When I started painting miniature figures about (10 months ago)...this was the (1st figure) that I painted (for my wife). It is also the (1st figure) in my private collection. The figure is from circa 1989 (Grenadier-Dragon Lords). The figure was a cute, but poor casting (female & cat cast as a single piece with very few details). Even though it is a poor quality miniature figure...I am still proud of it and my wife loves it.
  8. A friend of mine from California is a player in my RPG group. Comes into town about once a month...she loved the looks of this figure and asked me to paint it up as her adventure character (but not as a vampire). This is the commission piece that I painted for her. This is a playing piece (only when the player is in town to play).
  9. This is a vignette from my private collection. I love this figure, so far I have painted (5) color versions of her. In the side view photo I tried to show the (subtle, but sexy pink & white garters she is wearing). I submitted this to the Inspiration Gallery and have received no reply.
  10. I am looking to find any figure company in the USA that sells the product line (Brother Vinni's Miniatures). If any member has such information, can you please provide it for me. I want to do a captive female figure project for my RPG game. The above name firm has (3 or 4) beautiful figures along the lines I am looking for, but I always prefer to buy in USA (if at all possible). Or if any member knows of any firm/company that makes a figure along the lines that I am looking for, I would like to hear about it. As far as I know (Reaper) does not offer a captive chained female figure...The old Ral Partha figures that I have are too small...the Hasslefree figures that I have are not what I am looking for. Thank you for your time.
  11. These are the main NPC female characters that the adventure group encounters in my RPG game. These are all playing figures and are as follows (starting in the back row): 1. Female thief (Diedra Darkwillow) 02643 2. Strumpet (Townsfolk III) 02655...(booby flash) 3. Strumpet (Townsfolk III) 02655...(panty flash) 4. Kara female archer (02528) 5. Jade dancing girl (02749) 6. Bar wench (Townsfolk I) 02583...(6 mugs) 7. Dancing girl (02448)...(coin bikini outfit) 8. Bar wench (Townsfolk I)...02583...(high tray) 9. Madam with book (Townsfolk III) 02655 10. Strumpet (Townsfolk II) 02584...(crook finger) Not pictured is (Slave girl)...featured as a solo (Show Off) gallery
  12. This is one of the female characters in my RPG adventure group (The Seekers). She is a female spell caster type of character. This is a playing piece (all pieces in this group have a high gloss finish to cut down wear from handling).
  13. This is a vignette from my private collection. I thought that this was a very cute piece when I saw it and that it would lend itself well to a cute vignette in the fantasy style.
  14. This is one of the female characters in my RPG adventure group (Sonja); based on the character (Red Sonja)...it is an old Ral Parth figure from set 02-209.
  15. This is a vignette from my private collection. I love this figure and think that she is cute as a bug. I had fun painting her and the vignette concept was a school girl with her books and a bad-a** gun.
  16. This is one of my RPG group playing/gaming pieces. Her name is (Sheba) and is a huntress in the game. I tried to paint her in the subdued natural earthly colors of (skins & furs). I gave her a very subtle scar from the eye bottom to the mouth corner (don't know if you can see it or not)...it is a trophy that she has from her past...I submitted this figure to the Inspiration Gallery and have heard nothing.
  17. This is another vignette from my private collection. This is another figure that I love and have painted (4) color versions of her. I submitted this figure to the Inspiration Gallery and have heard nothing.
  18. Another vignette from my private collection and another figure that I love...have painted (4) color versions of her so far. I submitted this to the Inspiration Gallery and have heard nothing...I am starting to get to the point that maybe I am not doing the Inspiration Gallery submissions correctly (but I am waiting to see).
  19. This was a figure that an artist friend wanted me to paint & mount for him. So we did a trade out...I did the figure for him and he did some adventure persona drawings of my adventure group characters. He requested the "gloss" finish!
  20. This is another figure from my private collect. I love the beautiful simple but graceful body lines of this figure. It was a joy to paint...I have sent a vignette version of this figure to the Inspiration Gallery.
  21. A figure from my private collection...I love everything about this lovely figure; it was a joy to paint. I have sent the Inspiration Gallery a vignette version of this figure for display (done in green).
  22. A friend (who loves pirate miniatures) asked me to paint this figure (but without the wings & parrot); so I added a wine bottle and did her as a standard female pirate figure.
  23. This is a figure I painted for myself (what I consider small figures that Ral Partha produced). I am also currently working on other such small female figures from the (Elmore - Silver & Steel) sets. I love these tiny versions!
  24. This is one of the female figures in my collection (that I painted for myself); I love the whole "steampunk" sort of look and the figure was a darling one to paint.
  25. This was a commission painting I did for a friend. He wanted a modern " hot " looking witch that was still in the fantasy theme. I had fun and really enjoyed painting this miniature. I hope the viewers like it.
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