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  1. This was sculpted by Admiral over at Chaos Dwarfs online (he's ebaying copies in the event anyone is interested). This is on a 40mm base, and is the "fire" version. The other version is dismembering a goblin (not my thing, but both sets come with the Golem). This was a "speed" paint, taking only about 5 hours, including the glow effect. I could push it further, but I stopped when I thought it looked right to my eye. The base is 40mm using cork with a Happy Seppuku base over it into Procreate. The lava is liquitex matte medium layered until the base texture was less visible. The white dots on the staff and that show up on the arm are not there in real life, not sure what the camera was doing, but otherwise this is exact to real life.
  2. Continuing the effort to increase my options when rolling on the Frostgrave encounter charts, here is a Large Construct: Old Rusty the Iron Golem with his enchanted sword, Anvilbiter. 77168 Battleguard Golem Reaper Bones KS1 Bonesium PVC 40mm base
  3. zoroaster100

    Stonehaven Treant

    When I got my Stonehaven Halfling Adventurers Kickstarter miniatures, I wanted to paint the treant right away. It was an easy and fun miniature to paint, and I was happy how it turned out. I plan to make a special base for him but for now used the one that he came with.
  4. Garomero

    Reaper mini Stone Golem

    Hey there my second submission today is my take on the mighty Stone golem...Now it is unusual! I looked up the brightest most unusual stone I could find and found a red white and bone pebble! I emulated this on the golem I hope you like it! It was the red pebble although my version is a lot lighter!
  5. Goblyn

    Worm Golem

  6. GlenP

    Papa Golem's Pizza

    Well, after a few minor touch-ups, heeeeeeere's Bob! Reaper MSP acrylics over Floquil Gray Model Railroad Primer. WIP thread is here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/68446-large-stitch-golem-project/ Questions and Comments are welcomed. Glen
  7. This is a mild conversion of Reaper's Large Stitch Golem. The main piece is resin with a separately cast white metal left arm with a long, pointed weapon. The piece is about 1.75 inches (43mm) tall and is rather portly. Sections of the piece are sculpted with a loosely woven material that reminds me of burlap, so that's what I'm going with. The rest of the piece is covered with a smooth material that could be cloth or tanned leather, maybe even bare skin. It's anybody's call, I suppose, but I'm going with tanned leather. In keeping with the 'stitch' theme, the 'eyes' are two different sized buttons sewn onto the face. There's also a row of buttons going up the spine. The buttons are various designs with different attachment options - two or four hole. One button has none, giving me the impression that it's attached by a shank at the back. That then is what I'm working with. The pics show the piece as provided. And a note about the pics - I'm shooting these on the fly as I complete each phase of the project. Formal portraits at the end, of course. Questions and Comments are welcomed. Stand by... Glen
  8. I was reading through a recent Dungeons on Demand adventure, and part of the climax involves a female flesh golem (think Bride of Frankenstein). Anyone know of a miniature I could use as a representation? Male flesh golems abound, but I haven't ever come across a female. Thank you for the assist.
  9. ianofdoom

    77171 Stone Golem

    Quick Stone golem, this one was done as a body guard to a very vain and particular sorceress, hence the clothes and whatnot and not just solid stone look.
  10. SpiritOfMadness

    77170 Clay Golem

    Hi all, I tried some painting again last week and had the perfect model for it, big and bulky with plenty of area to practice some glazing and to see if I could keep my left arm still enough to get some detail in. The arm is still hurting, but I can at least paint again. I need to rest my arm after 30 or so minutes so it all takes a bit longer, but here is my first mini of 2016. The mini turned out a bit shiney in places and I was wondering why that is. Is it because of the glazing? The paints I used are all very flat when diluted with a little water. I didn't block in any color, it is all just glazes except for the basecoat. C&C is much appreciated since glazing is kind of a new technique for me. He will get a base eventually, but that is still to much effort with the arm
  11. evilcoatrack

    77168: Battleguard Golem

    I broke out all my metallic paints tonight for a quick project. Planning on using him as a modified Helmed Horror in a D&D game this weekend.
  12. Hi all, first Show-Off post here! Been painting since the first Bones Kickstarter but wasn't satisfied with the results enough for sharing until recently but now I'm diving in. I had a lot of fun painting all the Bones golems together/in succession. It really gave me a chance to differentiate the appearances I wanted as they developed. I gave myself the liberty to experiment a bit and created more than one version of some. For the ice golem I wanted to preserve as much of the translucency as possible as he's already a nice glacial blue, so I kinda went to town on the basing instead. I like the stone golem but it always reminds me of Frankenstein's monster. The clay golem, aka, "Do you even uplift, bro?" - I know, geology jokes . . . I needed the second one to serve as a blood golem. I really like the flesh golem because he can also double as a larger zombie at the gaming table. Finally, the battleguard golem. Makes a great warforged character or iron golem. I wanted a tarnished look on this one because let's face it - iron makes for a really poor choice for golem materials in any fantasy setting with ice sorceress's (ice sorcerese?), weather altering druids, dank caverns, etc. Feel free to provide feedback too! In addition to learning the painting itself, I'm still understanding the nuances of photographing these little monsters I built a DIY light box and have a decent non-phone digital camera but it's still finicky. For example the flesh golem appears noticeably less vibrant red in person, while the brown clay golem is actually a bit more red-brown than this image. Despite having the same backdrop, as I know that subtly changes things. Anyway, enjoy!
  13. It's been a while, but got back the paint bug. Here is my take on the flesh golem. I was looking for the walking dead style but without the blood and gore (for the kids).
  14. Base Coats: Golem: VMC Brown Rose Wolf: 9163 Dark elf shadow
  15. Frogimus posted this awesome formula for verdigris in this post: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/64829-statue-for-frostgrave-proof-of-concept/?hl=verdigris#entry1242403 Base coat is Reaper 09263 Mint Green, followed by Army Painter Soft Tone, then dry brushed with Reaper 09049 Ancient Bronze. And I kinda got carried away... Repainted Prepaint Brass Golem from Wizards of the coast: Reaper 50313 Wild West Wizard of Oz Tin Man: Reaper Bones 77025 Giant Spider, I really think the eyes came out good on this one (the frontal picture really creeped me out when I was working on reducing its size). Reaper Bones 77168 Battleguard Golem, I tried to paint his pouches as if they were old and moldy... Reaper Bones 77256 Brass Bull:
  16. Fanelia

    77168: Battleguard Golem

    So I finally got around to painting my first bones mini! Decided I'd get this guy and paint him up like a battered old warforged, as I just love those tin cans. Can't say the material was much different than metal to paint after I primed him, just the weird sensation of him weighing nothing in my hand. His paint turned out a bit bluer than I'd envisioned, I wanted a hint more green in there for a more turquoise look, but I'm happy with how it turned out. Also my first time trying some OSL, I think I could have gone brighter on the shade, and slightly thinner in places (I was using around a 10:1 mix). I also thought his left arm looked a little barren, so he I gave him an integrated forearm crossbow that I scavenged from a friends bits box. I haven't done anything with the base as I intend to cut him off of it and replace it with a 25mm one, but I have something special in mind for it, and I'm now waiting on a piece for a couple of weeks. So he's done for now and I'm reasonably happy with him.
  17. This is the regular Malifaux Whiskey Golem, WYR20603 (not the "Nightmare Whiskey Golem" WYR21015 which has a slightly different pose and extra goblin figures). My husband gave it to me for my birthday as part of a selection of minis which could be used for steampunk. As he said, "It's a wooden robot!" This is the first plastic figure model I've put together, and only the second plastic model. Many thanks to the Reaper forumites who suggested glues to use, as my tube of hardware store Duco Plastic Model Cement was way too gloppy and crude for the fine detail of this model. Thanks to Doug Sundseth and haldir for recommending Tamiya Extra Thin Plastic Cement, which, although terrifying, worked pretty well. This model did not have an assembly diagram. I'm sorry I didn't take a picture of the sprue to accompany this statement, because yikes. Zillions of fiddly bits. Fortunately, I found a diagram online for the related "Nightmare Whiskey Golem", which is close enough to work for this one as well. Between that and the render of the model on the back of the box, I could suss out how to do it, starting with the extremities and working my way in to the main body. The Tamiya thin glue comes in a little glass jar with a tiny applicator brush, perfect for detailed little models like this one but probably frustrating for people who need to apply it to large surfaces. The glue is so toxic I assembled the model outside and I wore a NIOSH respirator (and of course gloves) while assembling it. The one thing I left off was a little stack of mugs meant to hang off the peg on the upper left barrel on its shoulders. They were a little fussy and I wanted to emphasize the woodenness, not the whiskeyness of the figure. This means that I now have a spare little line of tiny mugs. Maybe I'll add it to a bartender mini ...
  18. So I've begun my entry for the impromptu Halloween contest; 03377, Rotpatch the pumpkin golem. The prep work was done last year, black gesso and dry brushed white. I've been meaning to paint him as the primary antagonist in a D&D game for some time now, so this seemed the best opportunity. Begun the base coating has: Army Painter Lava Orange for the pumpkins. SO MANY PUMPKINS.
  19. I do NOT love THIS Lucy!
  20. "And it's so easy when you're evil This is the life, you see The Devil tips his hat to me I do it all because I'm evil And I do it all for free Your tears are all the pay I'll ever need." -Voltaire (the modern mucian, not the 17th Century writer) "When You're Evil." So there was something about Gauntfield that really attracted me. It wasn't just that he looked evil, but that he looked so damn happy about it. There was something very joyful about the sculpt - that and the lines of action on it really made me want to paint it. So I did. In particular I wanted to do him up in very "autumn" colors - a lot of varying browns, a lot of red, and a bit of orange. I took a number of pictures from a few different angles: Incidentally, the spots on the underside of his hat in picture 2 was a bit of the metallic that got there. I covered it after the pictures, but it wasn't worth taking a new one, I think. Questions, comments, and criticisms welcome!
  21. Kovbasa

    77169: Flesh Golem

    Still pretty new to painting in general., and have no idea how to do decent photography (I'll find some time to build a light box some day, but for now, this is it). I originally intended for the majority of his flesh being a pale dead, with a purple hematoma in a few of the deeper spots. That plan obviously fell apart, but I'm still happy with how he turned out.
  22. Samedi

    Bone Golem

    And now presenting the dancing bone golem doing the moonwalk across the dungeon floor. With a knee made out of a bird's skull. And a long tounge. Just a quick washing/drybrushing for a very weird Ral Partha sculpt. Enjoy!
  23. Dilvish the Deliverer

    Upcoming Releases: 29 Dec, 2014

    I'm really digging the the Hobgoblin sorcerer and the Death Dog. I also foresee the Tengu Rogue becoming a best seller.
  24. sirmonte

    77170 Clay Golem

    77170 - Clay Golem Bones Follow the build - WIP Finally got this little guy done. Sorry for the bad pictures. I really need a better camera and way of taking pictures. Hope you all like.
  25. Mutilatedlips

    Woldwarden - PP

    I slightly reposed him in hopes to get something better than odd studio pic on the box.
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