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  1. Six archers of a Lost Army, from a Lost Kingdom, from a Lost World — six unwavering ghosts, standing defiantly in wedge formation: Reliqua Bretonnia In Memoriam
  2. Hello everyone! If you haven't noticed, I kind of dropped off the face of the forum at the end of last Summer for a number of reasons! Life has a strange way of throwing more things at you than you can juggle at once, but luckily, everything's finally slowing down enough to where I can paint minis, and spend wayyyy too much time posting my meager struggles for all of you awesome Reaperites to witness. First, a few things: 1. An Apology - I'm apologizing to everyone for not getting a previous exchange done until now. I believe it was the Fall Exchange, in which I was supposed to send Marsya an exchange. Again, life snowballed and I was unable to complete the project in any sort of reasonable amount of time. However, I am happy to report that the project is complete, and should ship out tomorrow! Marsya, again, I am so very sorry it took so long to get it out to you. Hopefully I was able to knock enough brush rust off and send you something worth of the delay! I have pics so once it arrives, I'll add them to my Miscellany of Miniatures... 2. I've missed you guys! I've been lurking on and off the board over the past few months (not posting) and I love seeing how much progress everyone has made (and by comparison, how I've made no progress! LOL!) It's good to be back! SO, to that end, here's one of the latest projects. A friend of mine plays 40K... A lot... I've never played 40K and really don't know too much about it, but I figured, what they hey! So I'm going to attempt to learn how to play 40K and decided to choose the Space Wolves as my starting army. I'm not going to post all the fancy-dancy pics until I finish the "Start Collecting Space Wolves!!!" box in its entirety, but I'll probably post WIPs and ask questions here as I really have no idea what I'm trying to attempt with 40k stuff. I have the new rulebooks and the Space Wolves Codex, so there's that. I looked at GW stuff when I first started painting, but haven't looked at it since due to price,. However, I figured one set couldn't kill me. I MUST say, however, that I much prefer METAL to that finecast or whatever it's called. Anyway, here's the first two that I managed to finish, along with an experimental base. They aren't completely done in this pic as they still needed their decals on the shoulder pads and the guy on the right needs some touch-up to the rune on his helmet... which is waiting for the paint for that layer as I work on SW #3. Left-hand guy is Captain Claws. Right-hand guy doesn't have a name. #3 will be known as "Punchy." The base is the standard round base that comes with them, coated in crackle medium (or whatever it's called. I'm too lazy to get up and check) and painted with my "Earth" mixture and shaded with various liqitex inks to get that crazy green look. The snow is a combination of Secret Weapon snow effects and Army Painter, um, "snow." Or something like that... Here's a close-up of a completed Capt. Claws, sans fancy background: Anyway, please comment, critique and ask questions! I don't think I'm going to be a very good table top 40K painter as I fuss over these things too much. I think it took me a week to just get these two done so... yeah. Enjoy! -K P.S.: It looks like I took a few WIP pics of these two. If anyone's interested, I can post those and comment as well.
  3. odinsgrandson

    Solitaire

    Here is another Harlequin Solitaire that I got to have a go at. The challenge was to do him up in black and white, but it was all about the subtle differences in the black- some of it has a little more red and some a little more blue to it, and I actually went through quite a few other colors as I highlighted it up. Hopefully, some of those things show up in the pictures:
  4. aku-chan

    Lord-Relictor

    Presenting the Lord-Relictor, part of my Stormcast force from Games Workshops Age of Sigmar starter set, he's the "good guy" (he's wearing far too many bits of other peoples skeletons for me to actually consider him a good guy) counterpart of my previously shown-off Blood Secretor. Had a lot of fun painting him, apart from his ribbon-cape, hopefully no one can see any of the parts of it I left unpainted (just too hard to get into all the nooks and crannies). As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  5. I know I disappeared ages ago and all, but I'm kind of back =] I've still been painting, winter just got me into a bit of a funk about it (I don't have a proper setup, I paint on my couch, so sadly I can't set up a daylight lamp), but now that the days are lengthening again, I'm starting to get back into it. So I've ended up owning two lots of Fenrisian Wolves - the first pack, I started painting as elemental sparkle wolves, haha, but I've stalled a bit with them, so I grabbed a second pack and painted them up a bit more normally... So here they are. My apologies, my mini photography is a bit rusty now. Other views of black wolf -https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xft1/v/t1.0-9/12809642_10153680379578451_7812538568900650579_n.jpg?oh=955d6ea26aeb9316df13fd32e2debcd4&oe=578D1AEE -https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xlf1/v/t1.0-9/12806164_10153680379698451_1475325282760357864_n.jpg?oh=bad171fd47d082b1ae5a3f5b9df127dc&oe=574E4143 Other views of brown wolf -https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xlf1/v/t1.0-9/12798899_10153680379893451_4576821689376815235_n.jpg?oh=d0e56b0532bc28e5da57b9a827ae0e6e&oe=5791D012 -https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xtl1/v/t1.0-9/12814667_10153680380073451_8243732796132182097_n.jpg?oh=edf7eb89843a8d38e2bfad7e0acf14b3&oe=5796EBF6 Other views of grey wolf -https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xlp1/v/t1.0-9/12832336_10153680380118451_6399009229824780678_n.jpg?oh=6ecbdd66ff36933c3b3c23b6329bbed5&oe=575E5988 -https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpa1/v/t1.0-9/12794423_10153680380253451_5626015197122943825_n.jpg?oh=9a378f23f5620be1f6ed2c15ceda3151&oe=57592B0A Other view of russet wolf -https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xtl1/v/t1.0-9/12805941_10153680380568451_7580973580657698334_n.jpg?oh=6b5cddcf757b79796577010452de165c&oe=578F120C Other views of white wolf -https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpa1/v/t1.0-9/947034_10153680380793451_707076640208729619_n.jpg?oh=9d545bf8f8756844c61add8382648658&oe=5790041D -https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfl1/v/t1.0-9/12799269_10153680380643451_2432158290969337879_n.jpg?oh=8bc01bfcc1675964bbd5b2273dc61c97&oe=578F77BB Other view of the pack -https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xlf1/v/t1.0-9/12809539_10153680379318451_2454393923799436313_n.jpg?oh=cdd54a553e1972039e8f6bd7b20c1333&oe=5750A2BC Paints used were... A variety of Citadel paints and a couple of P3 paints, largely drybrushed on, all wolves primed black with Army Painter spray, and bases done with cork (rocks), and assorting Army Painter bits of foliage and stuff. Sand from the beach for dirt, etc =P
  6. Last week, I posted photos to "Show Off" of the Anhurian Spearman that I had recently completed painting for use with the game Frostgrave (http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/67363-yet-another-anhurian-spearman-77359-bones/ ); and forumite Pippin put in a request for me to please post photos of one of my completed Warbands for Frostgrave. I had been playing the game so far with a mix of figures specifically painted up for Frostgrave with snow bases, and existing figures in my collection that were on regular grassed bases. I had been busily painting figures for Frostgrave, but had been working on several warbands in parallel, and hadn't actually completed a full one. Since our group had started its Frostgrave campaign last month, I had been making a concentrated effort to finish my main Illusionist warband that I am using for the campaign, and completed the final figure this past weekend. I sat down today and took some shots of the complete group. (Note: Before the sharp-eyed Forstgrave players on the forum cry foul at there being 11 figures, after the first campaign game my group settled in an old inn, allowing them to add an extra figure to the warband) "What strange magic is this?", said the wizard Kodak, as the man set up the odd optical device before the group. "It is a machine for the making of a permanent image," said the man. "Like a painting, but with more realism and much quicker." "I'd like to see such magic!" said the curious Illusionist. Left to right: My Illusionist, Kodak (Reaper); his apprentice, Cherowyn (Reaper); the templar, Sister Elessa (Reaper); The treasure hunter, Jack (Reaper); archer, Edel (Reaper); and archer, Weiss (Reaper) Left to Right: The thief, Cadwalleter (Games Workshop); the thief, Agamemnon, (Games Workshop &; Wargames Factory); the thief, Linnese (Games Workshop); the thug, Bash (Games Workshop &; Wargames Factory) and the thug, Doc. (Games Workshop &; Wargames Factory)
  7. aku-chan

    The Cyborg

    Presenting the Cyborg, a soldier re-engineered to fight in battlefields that would be lethal to a normal man. Really, he's a paint scheme test for my small band of Skitarii Rangers from Warhammer 40k. Came out pretty good too, even if I did utterly fail to paint him up as grim and gritty as I wanted (apparently that's just not how I paint). As always, any comments and criticisms are warmly received.
  8. a friend wanted to play warhammer 40k this weekend and wanted to try his luck against my tyranid army. as luck would have it I havent painted that one yet. so I decided to see what i could do in a week. these are the results. total actual paint time is 12 hours 35 min over the course of 6 days. They started assembled but completely unpainted. They are by no means my best effort but given the time limitations I think they came out pretty well. I am also beginning to play with my new camera i got for my birthday. Let me know what you think!
  9. Presenting the Blood Secrator from Games Workshops Age of Sigmar box set. I'm not sure what a Blood Secrator does, but it involves wearing a vest made of skulls and hitting people with a nifty-looking (but undoubtedly highly impractical) quadruple headed axe. Had this guy on 'The Shelf of Shame' for awhile, it's a very nice mini (very 3 dimensional if that makes any sense) but when you have shaky hands the prospect of painting all the bits tucked behind all the other bits is pretty nerve-wrecking! Despite that I think he ended up looking pretty good. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  10. aku-chan

    Empire Captain

    Presenting an Empire Captain by Games Workshop, his WIP thread can be found here. Always liked the Empire faction with their fancy striped pants, and this guy was no exception. Had fun painting him too, except his cape (Grr... Capes! *Shakes fist angrily*). Came with a really tiny base, so I just gave him a basic grass one. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  11. aku-chan

    Gutrot Spume

    Presenting Gutrot Spume, a Chaos Champion slowly mutating into some sort of tentacled thing. He's also my first finished mini of the year, and his WIP can be found here. Just had a massive amount of fun painting him up, and I think I did a fairly good job too. Any comments and criticisms are, as always, warming received.
  12. These are 3 Warhammer Fantasy Lizardman Kroxigors (big lizardmen) that I painted up just because I liked the models. The blueish one is the champion and his sorta triceratops skull helmet is sculpted from Milliput with plastic horns. I'm still really happy with these guys except for that skull, it feels like it doesn't have enough detail to me now.
  13. Finally finished this. The OSL isn't quite as stark in person and the shadows are darker; that's an artifact of the flash from the camera.
  14. JackMann

    Chaos Lord

    One last guy I finally got pictures of. Chaos Lord from Games Workshop.
  15. Painted these up for my FLGS's monthly contest. This month's theme was "brotherhood." My mind immediately went to the French Revolution, and its motto of Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity. Only got the one picture before I tossed it to the game store and went to drive to spend Thanksgiving with my folks. I might toss some more up when I get them back.
  16. My entry for this year's Christmas contest at one of the FLGS's. 'E's makin' a list, e's checkin' it twice. 'E's gonna find out who's orky or nice, Santa Klawz is comin' to town. 'E knows just when yer lootin'. 'E knows when you're a flake. 'E knows if you follow gork or mork, So be brutal for cunning's sake. Oh, you better watch out, you better not whine, 'E'll punch out yer snout, he'll rip out yer spine. Santa Klawz is comin' to town! Santa is played by an Ork Painboy, with a hat sculpted by the same buddy who did the bag for Commissar Kringle. The base is a Secret Weapon Miniatures base. I got the furniture (table, wall) from a couple of different places. The bear and the jack-in-the-box are both from Reaper's Evil Toys set. The tree is from a model railway set, with random bits taken from Games Workshop stuff. Finally, the little goblin standing on the crates is from a different painboy set, the painboy from which was used as payment for the hat. EDIT: Fixed the images to lose the Photobucket shenanigans.
  17. Jaws

    GW, Daemonette

    I was fairly happy with this one until I took photos. See that I have managed to clot the paint a little much. Don't want to fiddle with her anymore though. The little tree is made from a dried grape-wine. :/
  18. Been digging through my Age of Sigmar starter box again, I present the leader of the good guys, the Lord-Celestant on his faithful Battle Lizard (they both have names, but I can't find the book to look them up at the moment). Really happy with how he ended up. Wasn't sure if going with a blue Battle Lizard was the best idea with all the other blue bits on the mini, but I think it helps balance out all the gold bits. Any comments and criticisms are, as always, greatly appreciated.
  19. Here's a force I've worked on in a few batches. The concept for the force is that the Wraithguard are all ancient machines that the Exodites maintain, while riding dinosaurs into battle. Here's the force's farseer, and three Wraithguard that I added recently.
  20. Inarah

    LotR, various

    I have a small collection of these figures that have come my way rather randomly. Here are the latest: Bilbo admiring his Ring. Sam, waving a frying pan. Finally, Boromir in combat. I may have taken some liberties with the color scheme in places. I had trouble finding good reference photos for everything.
  21. For some reason I've always thought these little guys were cute, so when one showed up in the Box 'o Goodwill I had to take him and paint him. This was a quick job, I think he took about 90 minutes last night while I was listening to the Royals beat the elf out of the Astros.
  22. I got these GW savage orks as a present (unpainted ;)). Since I don't play Warhammer they're now serving as D&D non-players. The color scheme is kept pretty close to the box-art (eye-translated to Vallejo range though):
  23. Hi! I'm feeling a little bit guilty as I haven't posted anything in the "show off" board for a while because I am putting all my energies into my current WIP. So, today I was looking at some mini projects that I painted a while ago & I thought that you might like a look at one of them here. This Lord Of The Rings themed diorama is something I did about 10 years ago when the films were first released & GW were producing the minis. The diorama depicts the moment just before......... well, I'm sure you all know what happens next? I won't spoil it if you haven't seen the films yet. I'm not good at sculpting so I kept it pretty simple. Before painting, it's just air drying clay for the ground, the rocks are actual stones & pebbles, the big rock (I think) was a lump of broken brick & there's a sprinkling of sand for some extra texture. An eagle's eye view: Finally, some close ups: Thanks for looking - please feel free to leave comments, I'm always happy to hear them.
  24. I painted up this Logan Grimnar a little while ago. He's the old metal version- from before he was moved to Resin, then later re-sculpted and put on a flying wolf drawn chariot. I'm still fond of him on foot, and the dynamic pose this mini has really works for him. Ultimately, the challenge on this mini was helping all of the various tiny details to pop, and still keep his face a strong center of interest. I think I accomplished this through my use of color (the warmest spots are on his face). I believe that my only regret here is that we didn't get a photo of the freehand on his shoulder before we mailed him off. Anyway, here he is.
  25. The first mini I posted in show off was a conversion, using a whole plethora of parts, including a Reaper Aries. Now, most unexpectedly, I managed to rescue the other half of that mini, and I've just gotten her back from Drifter (along with a bunch of others, as I had nothing to transport them home safely in last time I visited him), so having just got home from an event which has left me with a delightful case of the snuffles, I decided to paint her up. Pre-paint photo - https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfp1/v/t1.0-9/12004064_10153319519548451_4452142472692741466_n.jpg?oh=7644bc61478c65c31192f385c917f662&oe=56789FF9(much underboob!) Her body was too short, so I did have to sculpt her a new stomach... This was one of the first things I did, sculpting wise, so it's not incredible, but what do. The big chunky legs she's been given are, unless I'm remembering wrong, from Games Workshop, but yeah... Bit of milliput, bit of poking with a pencil, and there she is. She may not be the most seamless of things, but I was super happy to get her back, and finally slop some paint on. Front view linked for underboob - https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpa1/v/t1.0-9/12003159_10153320842503451_2531991186193805901_n.jpg?oh=193ab5f72eb95e376c0d82fb02c30576&oe=56720FDA Slightly different angle, linked for underboob - https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xlf1/v/t1.0-9/11988588_10153320842553451_7522507180659653723_n.jpg?oh=3bd60913f4344acd3db0cbea16a15b8c&oe=567474E1 So this one's a bit of a bonus mini, really =] as I wasn't expecting to be able to find a use for that top half of Aries when I originally started planning my conversions. Paints used... Oh lawdy. GW Citadel: -Flayed One Flesh -Screaming Bell -Seraphim Sepia -Nuln Oil -Auric Armour -Runelord Brass -Temple Guard Blue -Druchii Violet -Abaddon Black -Khorne Red P3: -Menoth White Highlight -Thamar Black -Bloodtracker Brown
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