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  1. And now for the rest of Village Attacks, the star players themselves, the Monsters and Town Heroes. Looking over the photos, I may need to do another coat of fixer spray. They're looking a little bit frosty in the pictures, which is not as obvious to the naked eye. Part 1 can be found here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/83216-lidless-eye-hobbies-village-attacks-peasants-hunters/ To start, the characters themselves, the MONSTERS: Next is the piece that convinced me to join the Kickstarter, because you can play as Baba Yaga: Bewa
  2. A simple Barrel Mimic from the ReaperCon Swag Bag.
  3. Finished at the last minute, another year in a row of Nurgly Orks for Orctober! These were printed from Duncan Shadow Louca's designs
  4. More miniatures printed for my ongoing "Tomb of Annihilation" game. All were printed on my Ender-3. First, the Z-Rex, a file I nabbed off Thingiverse. The eternal and ever-smelly Champion, Dragonbait! File designed by the talented DM Workshop, Miguel Zavala. I did have to replace his sword hand with an Empire bit. Eretria, the party's Half-Elf Assassin. Another design by Miguel Zavala, with a sword swap (still haven't gotten the settings dialed in for smaller weapons) Last, the party's Forest Gnome Arcane Trickster, Onyx Timbers. She rit
  5. Freshly sealed, here come the majority of the encounters for the Monsters to overcome in "Village Attacks". First, the endless hordes of Peasants: And then the Hunters. The vampire-seeking Archers: The big bad boomies: And the Ladies:
  6. More terrain printed on my Ender-3. The Forest Barrow Entrance by ecaroth/Hero's Hoard: Huts from the Barbarian Village, another set designed by ecaroth/Hero's Hoard:
  7. And the last of my recently finished minis, a helping of scatter terrain from Mantic's "Terrain Crate" line.
  8. Adding even more to my Thundering, here's a duo of Giants designed by the talented Duncan Shadow Louca. I printed and painted them. The Frost Giant. Here he is with his compatriot, who I had posted earlier. Smart reuse of parts. The Fire Giant.
  9. Some more 3D prints for my recent Dungeons & Dragons games. First is my fiance's Half-Elf Warlock, designed by HeroForge and printed on my Ender-3. Next, a Goliath Barbarian in the same game, the file was designed by the talented Miguel Zavala/DM Workshop. Last is the infamous Strahd von Zarovich, printed for our recently finished "Curse of Strahd" campaign. This design was also by Miguel Zavala.
  10. A set of Orc Shamans recently released through Duncan Shadow's Patreon. All were printed on my Ender 3. My favorite of the batch, the, ahem, "Vomit Mage". The design was apparently inspired by the Warhammer Ogre Firebelly, who has always been a favorite of mine. This was my first print using clear filament: The most generic looking of the Shamans. The corrupted Warlock. I think I'll call him Dan.
  11. Another completed 3D print, again designed by Duncan Shadow. This guy had a bit of a restoration. The printer knocked his head off overnight in a 20 hour print, so I attempted my first partial print and printed only from that point up and glued him together. The gap is more obvious on his back. I used model car filler, but I think my tube was a bit too old. And one with Sir Forscale:
  12. A tribe of Ogres from Reaper Miniatures. I was originally just going to get the Matriarch, having previously traded away the other Ogres from the Kickstarter core set, thinking I had enough from my former Ogre Kingdoms army for Warhammer. Seeing them all together in person changed my mind! Sadly, my not-so-local shop was out of the Smasher. I'll have to add him in later! The Matriarch. I'm tempted to get another and convert her to look more like a fighter. I was tempted to slice down the Goblin servant's ears and paint him as a baby Ogre on a leash. The Chie
  13. After sitting on this guy for 14 years (ugh) I finally finished him up when I realized he'd be perfect for my Trollkin Paladin for an upcoming "Midgard" game. Reaper's "Reaper of War"
  14. Another 3D print complete, this one was designed by Duncan Shadow. I scaled it up a bit for the print, the STL name was "Bloat Hag" but I thought she'd make a good, monstrously sized Annis Hag.
  15. Yet another design by Duncan Shadow, the God That Never Was, the Atropal! Probably my favorite critter that was added during the 3.X era (not counting Pathfinder since they've added everything from obscure local mythics to cryptids to memes over the years)
  16. At least once a year, I like to convert up a Hired Sword in sacrifice to the eventual resurrection of Mordheim. This guy was an Age of Sigmar Bloodreaver in his previous life.
  17. Here's a big batch of miniatures, no common theme, that I finished recently. The "Eyedra" assembled as the more generic Hydra option, from "Dark Platypus Games". Thanks to the Reaper Box of Goodwill for this one. A Ral Partha "Dwarf Thief", more suited as a Gnome to modern scale, also acquired from the Box of Goodwill. To celebrate their return to 5E in "Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes", a Giff, 3D printed from designs from the wonderful DM Workshop. A Goblin Monk. I believe he's originally an Orcling from Foundry/Warmonger. Anot
  18. Here's my work on the "Tablescapes Dungeons-Mines" set from Secret Weapon Miniatures. The Goblins are all from "The Hobbit: Escape from Goblin Town" set, and the Dwarves are mixed manufacturer. I just wanted to give it a little character...or some little characters.
  19. After quite some time, I've finally finished up the first batch of "Rising Sun" minis. They're wonderful sculpts with lots of tiny details. I tried to keep their colors matching to the board game colors (even though the art shows them in totally different outfits) These are also my first minis photographed in front of the 3D printed Caverns set from Printable Scenery as a backdrop. The Koi Clan: The Bonsai Clan: The Turtle Clan:
  20. My most recently complete project is the lovely ladies of Oathsworn Miniature's "Heroines in Sensible Shoes 3" Kickstarter. As always, they are a joy to paint. They have nice, bold details but without being overwrought. They definitely look like a bunch of starting adventurers! The theme this time was more exotic races, notably a bunch from "Volo's Guide to Monsters" The ladies ascend the mountain: The Kitsune. She could be a lightly armored Fighter, a Rogue, or a Ranger. The Kenku (or Tengu) Shaman. Or Wizard. Or Sorcerer. Or whatev
  21. I recently got in the latest "Heroines in Sensible Shoes" Kickstarter from Oathsworn Miniatures. I decided to get started on them and take (yet another) break from my in progress Rising Sun minis. As \always, they were nice, clean casts with lots of detail, but nothing over-wrought...which makes sense for low-level adventurers! They're such a joy to paint.
  22. A quick paintjob on one of the D&D Nolzur's Marvelous Miniatures line, the Umber Hulk! My somewhat local gaming store finally had them back in stock...still no luck on the elusive Beholder!
  23. The Ogre Matriarch was one of the Bones 3 minis I planned in getting at retail. I had already traded away the core set Ogres as I felt I had enough from Warhammer, but seeing them all together at the shop changed my mind! Unfortunately they were out of the Smasher.
  24. Just a few figures from the latest wave of Wizkid's Dungeons & Dragons: Nolzur's Marvelous Miniatures line. I think the line has improved a lot. For whatever reason, my phone didn't want to focus on the thin Dragonborn faces. The only non-Dragonborn in the crew, a "Female Dwarf Barbarian". She seems a bit heavily armored for that role to me, but I was impressed with her design from the first render preview.
  25. Inspired by my acquisition of the new easy-build Blightlord kit and wanting to field some different formations for 40k, I built up a few extra Blightlord Terminators and painted them all up! Here comes Fat Voldemort and the Pants-Poopin' Crew. "Smile, lads!" The whole crew. Fat Voldemort himself. He's just so happy! The Spewer-Crewer: The Reaper Autocannon. The Flail of Corruption: The only guy actually equipped with a Combi-Plasma, which they'll probably all be using: Bone-Guy: Tentacool:
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