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  1. A quick repaint to hold me over until my next project. Some mage knight repaints of Lyra Fairhame and Lady Arowyne. I know the sculpts didn't age well, but I played a lot of mage knight back in the day so they hold a lot of nostalgia for me. My set up wasn't good enough to see the face of Lady Arowyne which is a shame because it came out really well. C&C always welcome!
  2. Another mage knight mini. I am cruising through a collection that I can paint as I am away from my regular set up.
  3. Terk the dwarf. I laughed when I washed and highlighted his codpiece as I realized it was a dwarf's face.
  4. The Dark Crusader, the back bone of the dark crusader army. For years I have been confused as to what they are carrying as a weapon. I think it is supposed to be a spear type weapon. Given her large shield a number of crusaders could form a shield wall and use their spear/scythe thing to fight off their opponents. Also, what is the deal with that mega boot on her left foot?
  5. Not much going on so I was able to paint 2 more minis (See also MK Deathsinger). One fun thing about repainting MK minis is that you find lots of little details that the regular painters covered up, or missed.
  6. This mini is in a terrible position for taking photographs. I don't like doing 360 photos, but I had to with this one so you could kind of see the face. I did add a little extra paint for her behind, need to keep it PG-13 for the kids ;)
  7. I'm don't have access to my usual set up, but I still have minis to paint!
  8. Another repaint for nostalgia! This is one of the poorer MK sculpts (lacking detail), but it still painted up alright.
  9. Here is another mage knight repaint repaint, I think it is called the Chimera Dragon or something. Either way adventurers beware, three mouths to eat them with!
  10. Sabertooth mounted on a Reaper 2" RPG base. CnC always welcome!
  11. You may recall that red mage stone is stronger than blue mage stone. Don't know why, but it is! Mini is mounted on a 2" Reaper RPG base.
  12. Monk and fighter extraordinaire, Brethen Kyle! Another speed paint job.
  13. Watch out adventurers, these fireballs take no prisoners, they'll steal your heart and soul then leave you empty, literally! Jokes aside, since I Role play with a wide age group I am always on the look out for PG-13 succubi. I stumbled upon these two while looking through clix minis. The red one is a good ol' fashion Mage Knight mini, the the other gal is from the Horror clix game. I had to modify her a bit as she was dressed in a thong. A GS butt flap and some sculpting later and we have 2 smoldering succubi ready to cast their spells on unwary travelers. The butt flap was really bad as it was the first time I used a GS Milliput mix. I didn't like it so I will most likely not do that again. I will stick with straight GS as I understand its properties enough to effectively sculpt.
  14. I have long since forgot the name of this mini, but it was an ambiguously gendered elf fighter. I repainted it and tried to accentuate the feminine features so I could call it female. I really should have taken a few before shots as this mini was bad. Really bad. Now, it looks tolerable. I did try a new technique. Instead of applying a base coat, wash, then highlights, I applied the base coat, then applied the highest highlight color then added the wash last. It seemed to work well. I think it made for a more blended flesh tone. Other than that, I didn't notice a difference.
  15. And now for something completely different. A satyr. He was really easy to paint. 2 hours start to finish.
  16. I don't remember this minis name, but here it is, all repainted. I apologize for the poor picture, but you get the idea.
  17. Another repaint. I really like he look of this guy. No other info is given on him other than he is the Mage Stone Lord. He was originally in Mage Knight 1.0 and got a re-release for Nexus, the final Mage knight set. This one is from Nexus. I chose my own color scheme and gave him Red mage stones (of course you all know red mage stone is the rarest and strongest Mage stones). CnC always welcome!
  18. A quick Saturday project, a Mage Knight repaint. Ready to annoy many adventurers!
  19. I love making repaints of MK minis. I played a lot of MK in the early 00's. Once I started painting I was excited to repaint some MK minis. Before I start my next MK repaint I will take some before shots for comparison. As far as process goes, after removing the click base, I glued him to a standard 25mm base then painted right over the existing paint job, no primer. Some of the details are a bit obscured, but since I plan to use these as "starter" minis for my son, I didn't care too much about the finer details. I don't ever plan on entering these guys into a competition, this is for pure nostalgia. Anyways, enjoy the Crystal Bladesman. PS- Sorry about the picture. My camera refused to cooperate. This was the best shot out of the bunch.
  20. My very first MK mini was a temple blademaster. To pay homage to those roots, I give you the temple blade master repaint. After removing him from his clixs base I made a suitable "temple/dungeon" themed base on which to glue him. After that I painted right over the existing paint job. Hopefully this is a vast improvement over the original. I painted this guy at the same time I painted the Crystal Bladesman so no before shot. Sorry. :)
  21. I'm a big mage knight fan. I haven't played it since 2011ish. Anyways, I found these mage knight minis and gave them a touch up. The Rage Paladin was the first mini I ever modified (I painted the now gold spots yellow). So he got an update. The necromancer was one of my friends favorite pieces so he got a make over (and is going to be mailed to my friend). And Wolfhawk was one of my favorite pieces. She had a great dial and a sweet sculpt, so she got a make over. Not my best work, but certainly better than the original paint jobs ;).
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