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Found 124 results

  1. Patrik Strom

    Robert of Carlistle Wall, Red Box Games

    This is Robert of Carlistle Wall from Red Box Games and I'm quite happy with how he turned out. He's one of the RBG miniatures that I've been intimidated into not painting. But since he's apart of my 2015 goals I forced myself to begin. He's one of many Aenglish (the fraction) minis I'm set to paint and I hope to reuse the paint scheme to create some cohesion between the miniatures. I'd like to thank Marsya for tips on the color scheme.
  2. Another victory against my unpainted pile, this is Belegast the Bloodthirsty (the new version). I'd like to thank uber_n3rd, Jasonator and Guindyloo for the feedback I recieved in the wip thread.
  3. Patrik Strom

    Rollo the Fellhanded, Red Box Games

    This is Rollo the Fellhanded from Red Box Games. I notice now that the pictures contain quite alot of white dots, that's because I did a poor job with the spray on matt varnish. It usually looks much better but on this figure I failed to get a even spray :/ Also the face got abit to much so I had to sort of fix it. It wasn't a master piece before but I do think it looked abit better. But varnishing mistakes aside I'm fairly happy with how he turned out.
  4. Patrik Strom

    Woldvagner the Elder, Red Box Games

    Woldvagner the Elder from Red Box Games. I have stared to delve into my RBG collection. I'm moderately happy with how this figure turned out. I really need to work on the eyes for future RBG miniatures. I feel that something might be missing but I can't put my finger on it.
  5. I wasn't sure how to name this mini, since it's a discontinued P-65, so I figured I'd reference the currently available tin fig. I painted up Reeve here to be a Death cleric for a recent D&D Campaign. Since I wanted him to seem dark & carry a giant sword this mini seemed ideal. My toddlers got a hold of him a few weeks ago & he got chipped a bit, but I think I was able to recover the damaged areas I wanted to give him a Wintery motif so I used a muted palette of dark greys, blues, and white. It was a fairly simple mini to paint, so the hardest part was probably the face. I have a tough time maneuvering my brush under hoods, so I didn't even try to paint pupils. It's a cleric though, so I figured he was just casting. Hope you like it. ~Muninn
  6. Parodius

    Alicia

    Hi ! Just a little commision work for friend :
  7. chaoshead

    Red Box Games Helsvakt

    Finally finished these last week but didn't get around to posting them for some reasons. Painted to table top/just above table top standard for me. C&C welcome.
  8. Alright, finally got a lot of stuff off my painting desk and I am going to paint something that I want to paint instead of something for someone else. This is the first KD mini that I have had a go at so this should be fun/interesting/learning experience. Assembly was not too bad even though all the pieces and parts are tiny and delicate and resin. I will say that the mold lines are tiny and a pain to get off since I was worried about snapping a piece or going too far into detail. Took my time and still managed to miss one that ran down the entire right arm, ended up seeing it after priming, I think I got it all now. Not sure which lighting is better here so take your pick. Primed with duplicolor(?) white sandable auto primer, pretty good stuff from this first try, I may stick with it. I laid down a thinned coat of tanned flesh. Again with the lighting issue.. Then two more layers of thinned tanned flesh. That is where she stands right now, tanned flesh triad will continue after this busy weekend. C&C always welcome.
  9. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2087444096/stonehaven-peacekeepers-oath That was fast! It looks like Stonehaven is finally Kickstarting their oft-threatened wargame, including options for all their previously released miniatures!
  10. Patrik Strom

    Boromir, Games Workshop

    Last year I went on a bit of a ebay bender and bought a few of the games workshop LotR-miniatures. Now I only have to get them painted. Here is one of them: Boromir! I can't shake the feeling that my paintjob kind of make him look like a toy. Dunno why.
  11. Chris Palmer

    Halbarand, Cleric 77089

    This week I completed Halbarand, the Cleric from the Bones I "Heroes" set. Looking at this figure I was struck by his warhammer ;-) , and it automatically made me think of Games Workshop. This led to the idea of painting him to resemble a Space Marine in some fashion. For the full step-by-step painting write-up, please my blog: http://allbonesabout.blogspot.com/2015/06/halbarand-cleric-figure-159-of-265.html
  12. Also done over the Memorial Day weekend, I discovered one simple thing: Black armor is hard. Styled after the elite Nova Troopers from Star Wars whose armor Is black with gold accents. It's more grey-ish because he's in bright sunlight. That's my story and I'm sticking to it
  13. Froggy the Great

    Worlds in my Head: Tanks and APCs

    APCs for my 15mm Human marines: And medium tanks for my Robot Legions: All vehicles are converted Matchbox cars.
  14. Hey there everybody, It's me again, and this time I have Sajan, the monk from Pathfinder. We are using this figure for a monk in our Pathfinder RPG (just not as Sajan). I had a lot of fun painting this miniature and I tried to thin out the paints more when layering colors. I did find that I got smoother blends and overall better results. I did not originally base this miniature, another player was going to paint him but then left it up to me. I wasn't a huge fan of his rock and land placement so I added a bunch of grass to give him a meddowy feel. His face I feel falls short (first non-hooded mini), but since its not a studio piece I thought it was good enough for our table top game. Figured it'd get a good wear anyways from handling. Thanks for looking guys, Look forward to seeing what you all have to say. :) Cheers.
  15. converted from a Hot wheels "Invader" car.
  16. fanguad

    77063: Duke Gerard

    Along with Aldon Oathkeeper, I painted up Duke Gerard as a character for another player in a new D&D 5e campaign we just started up. Gerard is playing the part of Gruff, old and weathered human paladin. Also like Aldon, I didn't feel pressure to make him look great, which resulted in a fairly quick paint job and lots of fun.
  17. Marvin

    Koya Mvashti (60187)

    Little while back painted Derek Schubert's Koya Mvashti, from the Pathfinder line. I really love this sculpt. It turned into a real festival of colors. I tried playing around with bright and kind of went from there. Had a lot of fun with her. Likely will base her at a later date; apologies for the white tab. Thanks for looking! Feel free to provide advice for future reckoning.
  18. Another member of my Lancers squad, this is the Human Brute. I had real problems with his eyes, so I decided "It's Sci-Fi" and gave him silver implants. Really happy with how the rest of him came out though.
  19. Finally got some more of my Counterblast Lancers crew done. Here's a Human Plugger. Overall I'm pretty happy with her. Eyes could have been better, just not with me painting them....at least they are pointed close to the same direction!
  20. Marvin

    Piotr Irongale (02659)

    Bobby Jackson's Piotr Irongale. So, yeah. I love spiked chains, for whatever dumb reason. I also like the fishermany vibe of Piotr. I had fun with him. Thanks for looking. All words welcome.
  21. Marvin

    Dirk the Damned (Red Box Games)

    I fell in love with this guy, Tre Manor's Dirk the Damned, immediately upon seeing the sculpt. His swagger is undeniable. Again, was happy with the rope on him. Also his clay jug, which hopefully looks clay. I'unno. This guy was in the start of my first batch of flesh-tones on a person-person. I really liked the results of mixing my own. Don't think I'll want to go back. Thanks for looking. Comments and suggestions and so on welcome.
  22. Marvin

    Ullr the Red (Red Box Games)

    Ullr the Red, sculpted by Tre Manor. Red Box Games. Njorn faction, if I'm not misremembering. One of my favorite minis pretty much evar. Had a ton of fun with him, was really happy how he turned out. Thanks for looking. Suggestions and so on welcome.
  23. A mini I very much enjoyed painting, Kevin Williams's Garrett Adventuring Cleric. He was pretty simple and quick--and, somehow, almost came out looking like he had properly painted eyes, which he most certainly does not. Anyway, great, fun sculpt; more bad pictures. I apologize for the fuzz on the mace in the first shot, but that's probably the best picture I managed, otherwise. Meh. Thanks for looking! Any suggestions and so on are welcome.
  24. Judging from the Otherworld Forums wave two of the IndieGoGo campaign is about to be delivered. So I made an effort to finish my last miniatures of wave one. First we have the Elf Male Fighter/Magic User. Secondly the Half Orc Assassin.
  25. Hey Guys! It's me again, TheBeardedEagle. I took a lot of your feedback from my last miniature and tried to apply it to this second miniature. This guy had some armor pieces and different styles of metals as well as cloth pieces and jewelry. I had a ton of fun with this guy and again cant wait for the third. I think it is a lot stronger than my first but I feel there is still a lot of room for improvement. Again I would love to hear what you guys think and criticisms are always welcome. Cheers!
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