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  1. 01541, Drak the Chibi Bat Special Edition Bonesylvanian Figure sculpted by Julie Guthrie.
  2. 01538, Lon the Chibi Werewolf sculpted by Julie Guthrie. Special Edition Bonesylvanian Figure painted with classic fashion colors.
  3. Continuing the creature feature, here are the great big Barrow Rats: Not quite undead but thoroughly nasty anyhow. These will see use as wardogs in Frostgrave. 77198: Barrow Rats Reaper Bones KS2, base set Sculpted by Julie Guthrie Bonesium PVC 30mm bases
  4. Started work on this lady a couple days ago. She's beautiful but right now I'm finding myself with very little enthusiasm for painting. I suspect it'll go away soon, but in the meantime I'm at least making sure I get a minimum of 10 minutes per day of painting in, so there's slow but steady progress. Anyway, here she is so far! Her hair is going to get a wash or two of black so it should end up looking more black than blue. Same with her wings. Thoughts? Suggestions?
  5. This is a bones Faceless Horror I did for my Dungeoneers collection. I am working on getting some other pieces, like slimes ans such, completed to give a friend for Christmas. He was talking to me recently about not having certain unique monsters for a dungeon he is working on, so I thought I would help him. He listed several that he wanted to get, and I was fortunate enough to have most of them. So, here is the first of about 7-8 that I am planning for him. Hope you like it! CAH
  6. I got the Sea Hag in a bonus pack during last year's Hallowe'en promotion and just got around to painting her up. (Well, starting to paint her up anyway.) Thankfully I looked up Pingo's WIP thread where she commented on some of the details I'd missed, like the starfish on the back of the left leg and the crab on the back of the right arm! (Although I did clue in to the octopus... I'm blind, but not that blind... ) This makes two Julie Guthrie sculpts in a row for me (the last one was the Christmas hoard dragon) and I gotta say, I'm loving her work more with each one. So many details, but of j
  7. Alistair looked at the ring he had discovered in his master's study. The etching upon it have him some idea of how it worked, and he could not wait to test it out. He placed the ring upon his finger, and dove from the cliff into the quiet sea below. It took only a moment, and the magic took hold. He could breath underwater, just as easily as he could sitting at the table studying. He glided through the blue-green waters of the Glistening Straight, sinking deeper and deeper. Soon, he could see barely a foot in front of his face. Weaving a simple light spell, he illuminated the immediate
  8. The derelict vessel had been adrift for weeks. Food stores aboard the Serpent's Gaze had all but dried up, and the men were becoming volatile. "Land!! Off the starboard bow!! Land!", the cries rained down from the crow's nest like tears from the heavens. The captain gave the order, and the anchor was dropped. This island, from what they could see, had lumber.. lots of lumber. The shallows, however, would not hold the ship, and they could not risk being beached. A decision was reached that the first mate, Bulgrit, would take six members of the crew, and find a place to make camp. Then,
  9. I had a the fortunate opportunity to paint a piece for Teskeria. I began the project with a concept of a shifter type character, a werecat. Searching through Reapers catalog of minis, I came upon this one. It clicked. And so, Thirysia was born. I had a lot of fun painting these two. I can not, however, take credit for the basing idea. During the Spring Mini Exchange, I received a ranger/wolf combo from Guildenstern that was done similarly. I liked the idea so much, that I used it for this one. I felt it fit too well not to. Thiryrsia was once a respected and noted ranger among the
  10. Don't Look Ethel!!! Too late... she was turned to stone! Ok, maybe not, but that's what this little guy is known for. This, like the lemures I posted earlier, are part of a collection I am doing for a local convention. This basilisk was inspired by the Pathfinder RPG basilisk, thus the green and yellow color pattern. Hope you like him! CAH
  11. This is Narthrax from Reaper’s Bones series. Hate is a pretty strong word so I’ll just settle with saying that I strongly dislike huge+ miniatures. They take forever to finish and use up much more paint than I think. They are unwieldy forcing me to awkwardly hold them in my apparently acidic fingers, stripping the paint on tiny strategic areas. All and all Narthrax has been a pain to paint. I hit quite a few walls and restarted I think three or four times.I shudder to think how I’m going to finish Cthulhu, Khanjira, Kaladrax and all the others. One at a time I guess… But enoug
  12. The Mocking Beast from Reaper Bones. A really, really cool sculpt!
  13. This is one of the last figures from my year-end Conga Line of finishing up half-done minis, Reaper's 60079: Lyrie Akenja, a Pathfinder miniature sculpted by Julie Guthrie. She's a special figure to me. Lyrie Akenja is the first figure I bought after a twenty-year hiatus from minis. I spotted her somewhere, thought "Wow, an African wizard! Things sure have changed," and bought her, along with a few other minis. I then proceeded to give her the worst paint job I had ever given a mini in my life. I hadn't realized that I needed glasses nowadays, and I was too nervous to focus p
  14. This is the Ghost from Reaper's Bones miniatures line. I got started on it last year with a few quick runovers with green ink. Since then it has been collecting dust on the shelf but I figured I might as well finish it. So I did some highlighting on the face and hands and painted the headstone.
  15. Another quick paint job. Started in March, touched up and finished off (badly) sometime in April or May.
  16. I've spent quite a bit of time trying to get the skin tone right for this miniature. My goal was to find a color that was found in the very worst storms. I also changed the color of the skirt a few times - including white and purple. I think ochre is the one I like the most. Next I need to work on the eyes (my bane!) and my basing (which I also hate doing!). I'd welcome any feedback on the piece. Thanks, Nick PS. This is a Julie Guthrie Bones mini; she's one of my favorites.
  17. I love this snakeman from the Pathfinder line. After I had picked the major colors and done the base coats, I realized I had picked the 3 most difficult colors, black, red and yellow (kinda). Doh!
  18. This little guy is another of my favorite sculpts. I don't know what I find so interesting and funny about him, but I've been wanting to paint him for a while. Last night, a person from another crafting forum I am a member of, sponsored a painting night online. We grabbed out webcams, and logged in, and basically chatted about all things painting, gaming, and random other stuff. I chose to paint this little guy during that time. Overall, I am really pleased with how he came out. The picture blends the rusty bronze colored metal in with the wood, but in person it can actually be seen. I
  19. I was at Adepticon in the Chicago area earlier this month. I took pictures. The whole album (except for Crystal Brush entry photos) is here, and here are some to look at: The legendary Julie Guthrie and Bob Ridolfi! The Reaper Paint 'N' Take: I took one picture of my work.I brought "Black Moon's Bane", the spelljammer, and a group of my painted minis. I also took Crystal Brush photos in a separate file. Photobucket is being a little wonky, but if I can get them straightened out I will post them by tomorrow. There were so many beautifully painted mini
  20. Walked into an FLGS and am currently standing in front of this: I don't know what to do: they've got a bunch of the old ChaosWars dragons too. Prices seem to range between 35-45 Canadian. Is that what these are typically going for? Edit. O geese They've got the old Julie Guthrie dueling Dragons set by Chaoswars too.
  21. My first finished piece with some minor OSL, made as a gift for a very dear friend of mine. The head of this otherwise beautiful bones miniature had some casting flaws, so I swapped her head with a cast copy of a Kingdom Death Sunstalker dancer Pin-up miniature. Any critique is very much appreciated, since I just want to learn and keep getting better with miniature painting.
  22. Finished this up at *mumblety* o'clock last night this morning. It's my first attempt at OSL, so I definitely welcome feedback. I'm overall pretty satisfied, but I think the cast light on the torso is too harsh. I got a bit carried away, which makes me sad on account of it more or less obliterated the work I did on the body. I spent some time researching what human decay actually looks like because I wanted her to look corpse-y rather than ghost-y, and I was quite proud of how the flesh came out--realistic but not too off-putting. I wish I'd taken pictures of that. :/ Anyway, I w
  23. Here is what is on my table at the moment. He is going to be the general for one of two factions my PCs are having to deal with. He leads an army of aberrations that they will have to deal with. He's been blast to paint so for, and torturous as well. I have a hard time with eyes, so this has been a huge challenge so far. I need to clean up the smaller eyes, and bring out some of the highlights on body, the teeth, as well as finish the base. CAH
  24. This is Ralshana, a Dragonborn Paladin serving the ideal of justice. This was done for a friend of mine to represent her character in our D&D 5th game. In truth, Ralshana uses a greatsword, but I couldn't find a halfdragon with one. Other than that, I think I captured the nature of the character. I am really pleased with how she came out, though my picture taking skills are somewhat lacking. I took great pains to highlight the scales of her body, as well as the scales on her armor. Some of that gets lost in the picture. I'm still learning about light diffusion and such. I hope you
  25. Looks like I forgot to post this little beauty from the year-end Conga Line of Doom. This is Julie Guthrie's Valloa, Elf Thief, SKU 03566 from Reaper. Something happened to my original set of photos. These were taken after she was varnished and she is a little satin-finished, making it a little harder to see the painted shiny leather effects. I really like this figure.
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