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  1. So here is one of two converted Kang, Half-Orcs (02514) I've done. Pretty sure I posted the other one around here somewhere...maybe I'll try to dig it up later for a side-by-side. Anyway, here goes: Kang Half-Orc converted to carry a Reaper Bow in his left hand and a battleaxe in his right (the plastic Bones 3 weapon sprues). Also has a shield (a GW bit from a really old Brettonian knight) and a GW quiver (Mordheim / Empire free company). Shield painted purple and yellow because I like color and I get bored painting "realistic" neutrals & darks & such.
  2. Once, there was an artificer. A half-orc, a genius. He could make creatures of metal and wheels that seemed as alive as any man. His clockwork marvels were the talk of the province, and when an accident in his workshop took his arm off, he built a new arm of girders and cogs, stronger and more dexterous than before. (More of this fellow if you click:) His fame spread far and wide, and one day a wealthy man, a captain of industry, another half-orc, asked him to build a weapon. He had many enemies--competitors, bandits, robbers--and also many people he wished to treat as enemies-
  3. I painted these up about 6 months ago for my brother so he could surprise his players; he was running a small adventure for a group of people who hadn't played D&D before, and I wanted to help him get them to love the game. And nothing says "hey this game is awesome" more than when it has minis in it, and especially when those minis look like their character. They just finished their intro adventure this past weekend, so I thought I'd share. Reaper Figs used: 02926: Gungor, Half-Orc Monk 77118: Tiviel, Hellborn Rogue 77060: Dragonman Warrior 77166: Balto Bur
  4. So it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything. Been mostly painting terrain and going back to a mini was a little bit of an adjustment. I just finished this guy up for one of my D&D players who’s playing a halforc barbarian. I’m pretty happy with how he turned out. Still need to toss another clear coat or two and then maybe some blood on the axe. c&c welcome as always!
  5. So I recently posted Rozmina, the Half-Orc Pirate from Derek Schubert. Here is the other half-orc I was working on at the same time, but as this one had a lot more going on with armor and such, he took quite a while longer. Really cool mini sculpted by Bob Olley around 2003, large figure, good heft to him. the only frustrating part on this one was the chainmail and trying to get all the paint into all those little holes, and I can see some spots where it didn't work quite like I wanted it to. Also what color would you guys call his metals that aren't "steel" colore
  6. Here's Skreed Gorewillow, a character from the first installment of the Pathfinder "Giantslayer" Adventure Path (#91: "Battle of Bloodmarch Hill"). I sculpted this figure in the summer of 2016 and painted him a few weeks ago. He is a tall and gangly half-orc, whose blond hair probably means his mother was Ulfen (Pathfinder Viking). The magical tattoos on his face let him change his appearance ... the better to pursue his deceitful agenda! The colors are from the art in the book, by Johan Grenier. He used a lot of fine brushwork in the piece -- such as the tattoos on his fa
  7. Hello all, so here's a mini I've had literally for years and years, probably around the time she was actually released, but didn't get around to painting her up until finishing her a few nights ago. I worked on her at the same time I did another half-orc, which I still have pending. Anyhow, this is Rozmina, the half-orc pirate #3242, sculpted by Derek Schubert. I fell in love with this figure the moment I saw it, but such as life is, never got around to painting her. Too much love, not enough time. She didn't take too long to paint, the longest thing was trying
  8. I'm not sure if this figure is actually meant to be a half-orc or not, but that's what I'm using it for. I have a pair of half-orc twins in my campaign, a brother and sister, and they need some figures.
  9. And here we have Skrag: the Barbarian Journalist. You will give him an exclusive interview! This is for a PC in a game I'm running. The player has been using a pre-painted plastic mini for ages, and it was time for a proper one. The PC is often the subject of Enlarge Person spells; hence the need for both a regular size base, and a larger one. These two resin bases were originally completely separate: the lower one came from Tabletop Art in Germany, the uppe
  10. I set off on this guy thinking it would have a woodsy color scheme. I'm not really sure how I evolved into the assassin-esque colors, but I like how it turned out. Comments and critiques welcome.
  11. Hello, I made this for my younger brothers birthday present. I run a game with him and his friends. His character isn't an orc so I glued a fabric mask on to hide the orcish face. His character (Zanderluck) also lost his left hand and has a cursed gold handaxe that laughs when violent intent is sensed(also will eventually teleport back to him when he throws it or tries to hide it. I spent about 18 hours on it including the base, handaxe and hook. I wish I spent more time on the eyes and nose, that portion could use some more touch up. Also I could have done the rocks on the mini the
  12. You are invited to the Wedding of Turg, Half-Orc Monk, to Dara Silverleaf, Elven Druid of the Summer Canopy, on {Insert Date Here}. But Seriously, In my F2F D&D game one of the PCs is going to be getting married...to another PC!! So, to commemorate this, I have painted Minis for the Players of said PCs for the Wedding event! And here they are... Turg is being represented by a Stylish Orc Mini from a very small Kickstarter by Ekmel Sword Miniatures out of Malta, IIRC. Dara is being represented by the Dancer Mini from the Pathfinder Battles Minis line From Pia
  13. Love the swagger on this figure! This one was actually finished back in August, I just had not painted enough to get the photo setup out to take pictures until now.
  14. I know, bad shots, but someone reminded me I should do something for Orctober. So, here's Jadeah, already assembled and primed, but started after dinner.
  15. There's no major theme between this set, other than that they'd make one strange adventuring party. First off we have the LATEST version of Ajaxxus Skiotho, Tiefling Barbarian. I think he's been re-done more times than I've actually played him:
  16. This was a commission for a fellow player from a conversion that our friend/DM did to Thund. The player wanted a half-orc barbarian with a ridiculously large (anime-style) sword. Our friend (SMChristopher) did this conversion and I apologize I don't know all the details of what bits he used. I think the sword blade may have been custom, the right arm came from someone else, and I *think* the head came from someone else as well. All I needed to do was splash some paint on to it and turn it into Guts, the Barbarian. The player wanted some nice splashes of blood on the sword. I'll take comments/c
  17. AKA Conan? Mark Kay's Brom the Barbarian. Often cited, I've seen as a He-Man conversion candidate and a Conan-type. I grabbed him because I saw him and immediately thought "half-orc." I plan(ned) to use him as an NPC in a Pathfinder adventure I was developing: Jeg Kar. Half-orc warrior who serves as bodyguard and confidante to Gerrinnes Lefelen (AKA Satheras). So, honestly, he's a bit too barbariany for the Jeg Kar character, but I loved him all the same. This was my first half-orc. I really wanted to get away from the greens I've been using for orcs (and goblins, as I've been interchangin
  18. Next up another half-orc, and purposefully so this time. Derek the Dim, from Tre Manor's Red Box Games. He was an accidental acquisition, sent by mistake. Tre was kind enough to let me keep him. He wasn't on my radar at all during the Kickstarter, but I fell in love a little, honestly, when I saw him in person. More of my home-brewed orc-ish skin tone on this, though I left him unwashed (heh). Only real thing with which I managed to tickle myself on this one was the rope (him and on Dirk, soon to be posted, both). Don't think it shows in the crappy pictures well, but it actually turned out
  19. This is my rendition of Neroli, Half-Orc fighter (SKU 2946). The shield was fun to paint, but I might have overdone the red a bit...
  20. This is Thelgar from the Reaper store. To me he is Makoa d'Torrn, a half-orc barbarian that carries the dragonmark of House Tharashk. Now that I take some pictures of him, I notice many little flaws, but I don't think I will be fixing them anytime soon. That being said I would love to hear any praise or suggestions. He was my first real freehand attempt (the tattoo on his chest) and my first stubble attempt. Edit to add photo below: The first mark here is what I was attempting to do:
  21. 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.
  22. Since Patrick posted the first preview for Thorga I've wanted to paint her and I finally managed to get my copy of her and she very much jumped to the top of my painting queue. I did have to strip and repaint the swords and redo them to get a satisfactory look in the end.
  23. I just want peoples opinions on whether or not this character woulld fun to have in a group or obnoxious. A half orc summoner who views his Eidelon as his late brother returned to him and they have the personalities of tag team wrestlers and fight in a similar manner. They would both were luchador masks and pehaps sound a bit like Hulk Hogan or Ric Flair or some othe over the top old wrestling personality. Opinions? Would it be briefly funny perhaps best for society play or immediatly irritating, or something that would be fun to have in a campaign.?
  24. The prospect of painting a mother and two kids wasn't all that appealing to me. So I got creative and actually had a lot of fun with this one.
  25. To kick things off, some various Half-Orcs. One of these days I'll get home in time to take photos outside in natural light.
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