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  1. I got lured into buying a Guild Ball team recently, since it's the new hotness around here, doesn't cost very much to get into, and has nice models. Actually, I was just going to pick up Chisel here, but the store was having a 20% sale, which is practically free, so I had to get the rest of the team to support her. Chisel works for the Mason's Guild, thus her name and choice of weapon. Blue is the official color for the Masons, so I decided to keep that theme. Chisel has abilities like "Crazy," "Sadistic," and "Feel My Pain," so I decided to paint her like a crazy Asian girl from some Japanese horror flick or something. As usual, the camera is showing every speck of dust in perfect detail. The bases are the PVC ones from CMoN/Micro Arts Studios. Blood rendered in classic Tamiya Clear Red. Also, I think she kind of looks like an evil Mocha...
  2. This Salim Ghandafar from Reaper's Pathfinder Miniatures rage. I painted him up to represent my character in an ongoing DnD5 game, Yusuf Al-Amin. He's a cleric of Sûne, hence the reds and yellows. I'm very happy with how he turned out but I did screw up the varnashing process and ended up with some frosting which I had to try and fix. I also noticed in the closeup that he has some white spots that I haven't taken care off.
  3. It's been a while since I've posted something here, as I've been painting a lot of non-Reaper stuff lately. My PFRPG group just started up Curse of the Crimson Throne though, so there's a new crop of PCs to paint. Here is "DL," playing a godling character (think Hercules). DL uses a greatsword instead of an axe, so I did a weapon swap. The molding on Goldar leaves a little to be desired, but he's was a fun model to paint up since I enjoy painting skin tones (I still have no clue what's going on with this guy's muscles though). Overall, the goal was for a mini that would look reasonably nice, but that I wouldn't spend forever on.
  4. I've been hitting a slump in my painting that's been keeping me from these forums for quite a while. I'm trying to regain my rythm and getting some pieces done. This is one of them: Sandru Vhiski from Reaper Pathfinder Miniatures range. I don't really know why I rushed him up the production line. He's somewhat fitting for a character I'm playing in a DnD game, although yet he's not. Perhaps he's a good fit for a future character? Sadly he ended up somewhat flat.
  5. I've been hitting a slump in my painting that's been keeping me from these forums for quite a while. I'm trying to regain my rythm and getting some pieces done. This is one of them: This is my very own Sir Forscale. I figured I had to have one. Somewhat of a quick fix.
  6. I call him Father Barkley. He's a cowardly, messy man who likes to drink a lot. However, through a "clerical" error, he was placed into a elite team of freedom fighters. (There is a Father Barclay in his order who is very clever, brave, handsome and powerful) He's tried to have the error corrected to no avail. So now he bumbles along just hoping to stay alive and not get yelled at too much. (He often times saves the day by accident) However, he's made a very dangerous enemy in Father Barclay.
  7. I love the look of this classic thief. Sack of treasure, sneaking along, cliché mustache. Big fan.
  8. Trying to get back into the groove after a vacation with a Hasslefree Miniature: Ulfred. I'm quite happy with the result. I think he looks like a badass :)
  9. So, I had a dolly I had tried and it worked fairly well, so I decided that using dollies was a pretty nifty time saver. To that end, I have started into the process of making myself six specific dollies that I can then cast as often as I need them. From left to right, I have halflings, dwarves, and humans. I'll be making one for each gender in those races. Of course, the human dolly can double for elves or half-orcs (maybe even kitsune or nagaji, if needed). The halflings will work well for gnomes or wayangs or goblins. The dwarves...well, they're probably just going to be for dwarves. (I included some minis for height reference, though my bases are a bit taller). Anyway, the idea here is to just get the good musculature and bare body shape done (but G-rated). I'll post more as I move along with it, but I think it's off to a good start. I went for a generically rocky base as it could be cobblestone of just a rough cavern floor, so it fits more settings than wooden planks of tile flooring would. Comments, compliments, concerns, questions, and such are always welcome :=)
  10. Strong Belwas from Darksword Miniatures. I had a better paintjob going in my head but in the end this is what I ended up with. I probably should have made his shirt and pants a different color, but I don't know which.
  11. Knowing I would be short of time for painting this past week due to Spring Break traveling, I skipped doing another figure from the Bones I Kickstarter "Necromancers" set that I had been working on recently, and instead selected one of the simpler figures from the Bones I Kickstarter "Townsfolk II" set to paint: the Village Rioter. I did a quick tabletop paint job on him and think he turned out pretty good. As always, C & C welcome.
  12. This week I finished up the last of the Town Guard from the Bones II, Expansion 2, "Town Guard" set, by painting the Spearman figure. There's been a number of these posted here of late, so I thought I'd add mine to the forum as well. :) His spear was all bent out of shape, and I tried the usual Bones boiling water straightening method to get it right again, but just wasn't able to get it perfectly straight. While I don't mind a little "wonkiness" in a wizards staff, I felt the spear really needed to be straight. So, I replaced the Bones spear shaft with one made from a round toothpick. It was no problem slicing off the original shaft, drilling through the hand, and drilling a small indent in the bottom of the spear head, and then gluing it all back together again with Gorilla Superglue. I then did a simple tabletop paint-job on him, added an old Space Marine transfer to the shield, and based him for use with Frostgrave. As always, C & C welcome.
  13. This week I completed the Town Guard (Anhurian) Crossbowman from the Bones II, Expansion 2 "Town Guard" set. I did a nice simple tabletop paint job on him, and it's probably no surprise that I based him up to use in Frostgrave. As always C & C welcome.
  14. Another modded player from my DnD5e group! The only modification is scraping of the cross from his shield and replacing it with the logo from Neverwinter Nights, but it's a modification none the less. I did this by first sculpting a stamp from green stuff and let it cure fully, and then "just" adding green stuff to the shield and stamping it (I put quotation marks around "just" because it took a bunch of tries before I got it straight). I am actually sort of surprised as to how nice the shield came out, especially after painting. Jandar is his name... Looking a bit boring here but.... ..BAM! The shield catches some attention! I really like the pose from this angle, it looks very action-y. And here's the back. I've tried to add as much colour as possible without making him silly, because it just felt super-boring to use the same colour over and over again. I hope you like him!
  15. Hey all! Been a bit busy lately as the semester is back in full swing and I'm in the middle of packing to move. My paints aren't put away yet (of course) so to try and practice, I painted up Thund here a few days ago. I somehow missed the giant mold line across his head until I looked at the picture just now. Sigh. His cloak gave me problems too. I did actually wash it, but I don't know if I then left him standing up and the wash ran out of the crevices of his cloak or if I just reapplied too much paint when drybrushing or both but by the end I was just frustrated and sorta vindictively sealed him and called him done. He'll suffice for sitting on the tabletop at least. C&C welcome as always! And any tips on the cloak issue would be appreciated too.
  16. In an effort to keep clearing out my Bones I models, I painted this guy today. Had a lot of fun with him. Side note: I hate spotting flaws as soon as I take pictures...
  17. CleeseWych the Cuss by Tre Manor -Human After a swift polish of this figure I Greenstuffed it on the base. I'm very pleased with the way it came out. Next, I have been doing this for a few miniatures now,Combination Priming, and it has helped a lot. In addition to this, I took these 4 photo's with my lamp above to check the lighting and highlights.
  18. I think this is my best yet. What do you guys think.
  19. I finally painted up this mage, which I've had since the first Bones Kickstarter. Doesn't look like the non-metal version is for sale anymore, and I'm guessing that's because the mold is a little messy (the left side of her face and her pointing hand were pretty mangled and I couldn't entirely fix them). Still, I really like the robes since it gave me a nice place to practice simple clothing trim.
  20. So, I received this Awesome Evil Cleric From Silvervane for the Fall Exchange. I had asked about Non-Metallic Metal since I've never seen it up close and stuff. Well, This arrived recently and it is AWESOME! Have a Look-See! So, Awesome huh? GF
  21. My local game shop had this hanging on the wall and I really liked the base. Putting it together was a bit rough. It came in four pieces: axe arm, body, base, and shield arm (which included a good chunk of her torso). The shield arm didn't fit into her body correctly, so I had to fill a pretty good-size gap with green stuff. Her right breast also had a bit of a crater in it that I didn't notice until the base coat was on, so I had to use a little more green stuff there. Still, a fun project for a $3 model!
  22. I did this commission tonight for my D&D party's cleric, and figured I'd post it here. He doesn't have thumbs!
  23. Hello there Reaper pips. This is my third try using NMM technique. I would greatly welcome any critiques to help me improve. As usual please be as brutally honest as possible as it is not possible to hurt my feelings. Thank you very much in advance.
  24. My version of Llwellyn Softstrider from Red Box Games. A great sculpt as all other minis in the RBG range. I rushed some parts (the varnishing among them) as I wanted to get it ready for the next weekend but still he turned out nicely.
  25. A Birthday present for a friend.
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