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  1. Hey everyone, I got another one of these cuties. I went for the classic witch color this time around. This is a 03535, Halloween Mousling sculpted by Gene Van Horne.
  2. Hi everyone, here's a crossover I prepared especially for today. This little mouse is a 03535, Halloween Mousling 1 sculpted by Gene Van Horne. I painted her in pinktober colors.
  3. Trick or treat, let start the week with a Halloween theme Mousling. This is the ghost costumed 03535, Halloween Mousling sculpted by Gene Van Horne.
  4. Hey everyone, here comes the hero! And, group pictures with the Zombies. This is model 01512, Mousling Chainsaw Hero that was part of Reaper Artist Con 2010 Special Edition Figures sculpted by Gene Van Horne.
  5. Hey everyone, here comes another set of Mousling. This on is 01512, Mousling Zombie. It was part of Reaper Artist Con 2010 Special Edition Figures sculpted by Gene Van Horne.
  6. Hello everyone, here's the third Mousefolk from the 03536 Thanksgiving set sculpted by Gene Van Horne.
  7. Hello everyone, some more cuteness to start the week. It's harvest time, here is the second 03536, Thanksgiving Mousling sculpted by Gene Van Horne.
  8. Hello everyone, here's another cuty sculpted by Gene Van Horne. This is the 03536, Thanksgiving Mousling #1.
  9. Hello everyone, here is 01526, Madame Gorgonzola sculpted by Gene Van Horne. This tiny model was the 2013 ReaperCon Convention Miniature.
  10. My first time painting a chibi figure. Probably not the last. Painting this made me feel happy.
  11. At the Twee of Wuv A simple diorama for the Reaper Challenge League 44131 Tree of Despair with the 77546 Barbarian Mouslings
  12. Here is one of the "and Friends" from the Bones 4 Core, Sophie and Friends subset. She is now known as Bryn, Half Elf Rogue, sculpted by Gene Van Horne and is now available as SKU: 77753. I drew inspiration from Yennifer's Witcher 3 costume. The stairs is just made of cut layers of cork.
  13. This is Inn Keeper Sophie from the Bones 4 Core, Sophie and Friends subset and was sculpted by Gene Van Horne. It was #160 in the set but is now available as SKU: 77750.
  14. Hello everyone, here are pictures of 50279, Malvernis Soldier. This Chronoscope model was sculpted by Gene Van Horne.
  15. From left to right; 50279 Malvernis Soldier, 50278 Rach Soldier and 50287, Cain the Cyber-Troll.
  16. Happy Halloween everyone, here are picture of a model I completed last night. 14285, Taletia the overlords Mage was sculpted by Gene Van Horne for the Warlord line. She's a tiefling enchantress NPC in the D&D campaign I'm running.
  17. The third set of humanoids from the Lost Valley Expansion of the Bones 4 kickstarter is the Orcs of the Jade Fire tribe: Featuring an all-female cast of hard bodied primitives, with abs to break rocks on and buns of bronze. The barbaric splendor of these women rival that of the bodybuilder cast of any 80's Sword and Sorcery movie. Apart from the fact that said 80's movies usually feature male bodybuilders with any females being more of the centrefold variety both in body type and costume budget. The burning question would be: what do the male members of the Jade Fire Tribe look
  18. I have one player who always loves to play martial artists, so I have been trying to paint up the punchers and kickers in my collection for when we can play in person again, so he can have something to choose from. I named one of my cats after him, sadly my Bruce died too soon too. My Bruce with his brother Jet, when they were still little:
  19. My son's girlfriend stayed with us a week in the middle of May and I ran a Savage World WW2 horror one-shot. These two american soldiers here was choices for one of the pre-generated characters I had ready, but he was not picked by any of the 3 players (my husband, my son and girlfriend). American Sniper, Reaper SKU 37008, also available in the multi-pack of American Soldiers SKU 50075. Pvt Tim Hernandez, Reaper SKU 37016
  20. My son's girlfriend stayed with us a week in the middle of May and I ran a Savage World WW2 horror one-shot for my husband, my son and the girlfriend. The nurse and doctor where the identical male and female versions of the same was one of the pre-generated character I had ready, and my son's girlfriend played the nurse. Probably the most challenging character to play, since the character was a pacifist. She did awesome though, came up with alternate ways to help in combat. Here is a photo of the 3 characters together, my son played the War Correspondent, represented by previous
  21. *blows a thick layer of dust off of her tiny corner of the WIP section* *sneezes violently* Wow, it's been...way too long since I last posted a project here! So, this is an idea I've had bouncing around in my head since Argent was announced, and I've finally gotten around to putting it into action. This is just for fun, and unless it turns out unexpectedly amazing, I don't plan to enter him at ReaperCon, which makes him just right for easing me back into regular painting! My original idea was this: I discovered a paint pen that holds the EPITOME
  22. Reaper 02954 Crystal Golem painted up to be an "Emerald Guardian" for a 5e D&D game. I used the airbrush to paint the greens, then used pure white to do all the edge highlights. I think it would look better if I slowed down and made the edge highlights thinner. It also doesn't really follow the rules for painting transparent materials like gems. However, it was a speed painted experiment... so it came out a bit messy. It looks good on the tabletop though. Total time on this figure was about two hours. Most of that time was spend prepping the figure by smoothing out the faces of the
  23. The second of the superdeformed Chibi hero minis from the Bones 4 core set that I have painted, here comes Arnise the Elf Barbarian. Kissed by fire. I have no idea if she actually is meant to be a barbarian or not. Getting that much skin smooth is not an easy task, especially not by drybrushing. ...oh damn I forgot the freckles! Same height, different scale. B4Core#118 Arnise from the Small World Heroes subset in the Bones 4 Core set, 2019 Reaper Miniatures Sculpted by Gene Van Horne (I think!)
  24. A bit of a departure for me today. Chibi, a style formerly known as Superdeformed before Anime became popular in the western hemisphere. I am not particularily fond of Chibi; that superdeformed cutesy manga look that has insidiously permeated the pop culture of today. Sigh. What is the world coming to? Now they also have infiltrated my beloved Bones... During the Bones 4 kickstarter campaign, they offered chibi versions of some of their existing minis as free additions to the core set as social stretch goals, adding them one by one as their target numbers fo
  25. For use in a D&D 5E game I'm playing in, this is my lizardfolk ranger, Suresh. I really love Gene's lizardfolk sculpts, and I like that they're in Bones, because that makes them cheap enough to be plentiful and very easy to customize. Obviously modified from the original "spearman:" removed spear, repositioned arms, added axe and shield, added lizard crest. The shield and mud were both made with Happy Seppuku (R.I.P.) stamps; the plants, crest and shield straps were handmade from greenstuff; the axe is from a Kingdom Death: Monster phoenix weapon sprue.
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