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  1. Hello All, Here are photos of a 03157 Dark Heaven Legends "Garwin Greywand, Wizard" I completed w few weeks ago. Thank you for looking.
  2. Hello All, Here are photos of a 03599 Dark Heaven Legends "Drake Whiteraven, Young Mage" I completed yesterday. This miniature has two options for the right hand. Either holding an Orb or holding a Wand. I chose the wand. I did pin the Wand Hand to the miniature to keep it in place. Photo Heavy Thank you for looking.
  3. Hello All, Here are photos of a metal 03545 Dark Heaven Legends "Andallin Bonnerstock, Wizard" I completed recently. This is one of the older slightly smaller miniatures. Closer to 25mm in sclae. I did add a bit of lingering smoke from his pipe. It is made of a small piece of a cotton swab dipped in light grey wash allowed to dry then glued to the pipe. Photo Heavy Thank you for looking.
  4. Hello All, Here are photos of a metal 03426 Dark Heaven Legends "Galladon Greycloak, Human Wizard" I completed last week. I know that the cloak is not grey. I had painted so many grey cloaks lately I just had to do something else with this one. Photo heavy Thank you for looking.
  5. A practitioner of the obscure art of Mirror Magic, by capturing a person's reflection in her mirror she can look into their mind and conjure up what she sees. For years she used this talent to entertain the idle rich and now works for the Hedonist Society, giving its members a safer method for creating new experiences. It is not just a party trick however, in combat Polyxeni can use her mirror to delve deep into the darkest recesses of her opponent and confront them with their greatest fears. Presenting Polyxeni (AKA a Shardspeaker of Slaanesh), a mage from the game Warhammer:- Age of Sigmar by Games Workshop. Been working on this one on and off for a while (I've had to repaint bits of her danged cape so many times), but I'm pretty pleased with the end results, still gotta practice more with my gems and orbs though! As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  6. Hello All, Here are photos of 07030 Bones USA Dungeon Dwellers "Erebus Nalas, Wizard" I completed last week. Thank you for looking.
  7. Hello guys, It's been a while since I posted a mini, as I've been sick, been on a business trip, and just generally busy, but here is a figure I just completed last night, a Julie Guthrie figure from "All Things Dark and Dangerous" back in the eighties: Upon retrospect I'm wondering if I should have given her eyebrows, don't know if without looks very unnatural? In any case, here's the "original" set of figures, with the delightful ladies that came in the original blister pack: Hope you enjoy!
  8. Hi there, this is my first attempt at OSL. I was going for drama, but it does seem a little heavy handed. I learned alot painting it. I'm fairly pleased with it. Feedback and questions welcome. Thanks for looking!
  9. So in all honestly, no idea what a prestidigitator is, and every time I spell it, I'm afraid I'm going to get it wrong! So just finished this figure sculpted by the late, great Dennis Mize I'm guessing some time in the nineties. She's a very simple figure, just a mage, some gloves and a dagger, so it didn't take too long. The longest part was of course figuring out what color to make her, which took a few days. In the meantime I did her skin, face and hair. I was kind of torn between green and red, and red eventually won. I really like how the photos came out. I tried taking them this afternoon at lunch, like I usually do, but because of some glaring problems with the miniature, a hair on her for example, and a bit of lint or dust, as well as a few imperfections I spotted in the paint job, I figured I'd try again tomorrow. I got home though and it was still pretty light outside, so I actually took her in the back yard and photographed her. I think the colors came out very vibrant with this in mind. So anyhoos, here she is, enjoy:
  10. Hello guys and gals, So I had shown off the face of this poor lass a day or two ago, due to the fact that she had a horrible accident with a bottle of red paint and I had to repair her. She's okay though now, and here is what she looks like in her entirety: with a nice little size comparison photo just for fun. She's small, but not super small, but always nice to have the option to check her size out: and if you are at all interested in seeing her painful plastic surgery, you can check out here: A face full of blood Which will show you my temporary chagrin and dismay. You'll see another miniature I'm posting at more or less the same time, a Ral Partha Allosaurus, that was the culprit of the red paint. Anyway, another miniature done, chiseling away at my mortal coil! Next!!!
  11. So it's been a few weeks since I've finished a minis, been kind of busy, but finally got this guy done last night, another Hackmaster figure that was picked up by Ral Partha, this time a mature-looking wizard with a nice wooden staff. As always, it took forever to decide colors and with his inner clothing, the lilac, that was the easiest, but after that, took a while to figure out the green in his cloak and blue on the outside. He has a little potion at his belt, tried to do a liquid effect, when I look at the photo, not so sure how it turned out though. Anyhoos, enjoy!
  12. Presenting D'Vandra Lukesia, the final member of my Dreadmere Begins quartet. Despite having some trouble with her in the beginning, I'm pleased with the final results. It's just a shame my bottle of Vallejo Still Water has failed me yet again, no more water effect bases for me I think. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  13. Howdy, Once more with the classic lead... Kev!
  14. Howdy, Stripped and re-painted... Strange Magic, Kev!
  15. Presenting a Disciple of the Flower Witch (there's five of them but I'm not sure which number this one is), a mysterious denizen of the Kingdom Death world. She's also in my Kingdom Death WIP thread. Not too happy with this one, it turned out to be a much trickier mini to paint than I thought and as a result she's rather rough in places. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  16. Well, I finally have gotten around to starting up the Necromancer's from Zombicide: Black Plague. I could have started with the core Necro, but I felt inspired to start with Grin. Now I as I painted him up I had to constantly tell myself he's only for gaming. But I think he has some character. The game fiction has him being a Necromancer that failed at an attempt to bring out the dead, from a pesky adventurer. So I decided to give him a similar complexion to my zombies. Then I decided to attempt to give him some red lips to enhance his grin. In the end for a table top mini I think he came out ok. Though After painting him up I noticed a few spots I'll touch up. Then I though that he would have look cool painted up as a not-joker. *Sigh* Maybe someday I'll look to see if I can acquire another copy. Thanks for any C&C you feel inspired to give.
  17. Presenting a Disciple of the Flower Witch (there's five of them but I'm not sure which number this one is), a mysterious denizen of the Kingdom Death world. She's also in my Kingdom Death WIP thread. Not too happy with this one, it turned out to be a much trickier mini to paint than I thought and as a result she's rather rough in places. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  18. Terezinzya stared with disdain at the end of her sleeve, now wet and slimy after being dragged through the flooded passage, it was bad enough when Goblins stole the other sleeve, but now her costume was ruined. She looked over at her companions, dressed in their sensible but drab outfits, maybe they had the right idea all along? No, just because she had dropped out of fashion school to go adventuring didn't mean she had to give up being stylish. Next time they set up camp she'd sketch some new ideas, but perhaps with less long flowing parts... It's been far too long since I've painted a Reaper mini, and I'd forgotten how much fun they were to paint! Sadly, my poor photography skills make it hard to see all her little details, but there's more shots of her in my WIP thread here. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  19. Lets make a start to balance out my many, many, many non-Reaper WIP threads:- I thought I was being so clever putting her on a recessed base, so I could bury the little pile of rocks she's standing on. Unfortunately, I didn't realize until it was too late that her arm-cape actually goes down the side of the rock pile, going to have to re-think my basing ideas Wasn't intending to start painting her yet, but thought I'd do a bit while other stuff was drying:- Her skin has been basecoated with 1:1 Flat Flesh/Light Flesh and given a Fleshshade Wash. Now back to watching paint dry.
  20. For your consideration, I offer Nolevniss Azrinae: Reaper Miniature 60162. Or in this Multiverse: Elariel Moonshadow This elf Magi was an active sculpt to paint. The robes and cloak are dynamic in portrayal of wind movement and direction. The robes were long and laying folded in back, which suggests weight and volume. Limited palette with work on suggesting different textures of cloth. Teeny eyes. Delicate sculpt too with the hair and features. And the familiar was an enjoyable if not surreal sculpt. I was told by the person who wanted this painted, "And paint the baby dragon gold." When I popped my Opti-visor on I was like, "That's not a dragon..." This creature reminded me of the haemonculus familiar from earlier Dungeons and Dragons editions, while the head reminded me of an eye-less vampire bat. What you see is the result. Cute. (But you don't want to be left alone in the same room with it.) The staff is a weapon of Power - like Purple Name power. Spell book and scrolls along with bandolier pouches told me a story of a travelling Mage - even his staff clutched a simple stone at the foot to act as counterweight. But not a nice guy. I hope you enjoy him. :) Peace and blessings.
  21. I painted up Mudcroak, Squog Shaman, this past week, to go with the unit of Squogs I completed last week. I used the same Strawberry Poison Dart Frog color scheme I used on the unit. I also experimented with giving him one sightless milky eye, to add to his mystical nature. (He can see more things with one eye, than most can with two! )
  22. So just finished this one up last night, wizard with staff from an old Ral Partha line. I actually like this figure quite a lot because he's an older guy, but has decided not to become a old, long-haired, long-bearded wizard in a big, billowing cloak, rather he's tried to keep himself a little more up with the times with some sensible clothing and a hair cut.
  23. For those of you who have been following along with my Frostgrave Campaign (See:Frostgrave Game Four); you'll know that in the last game my Illusionist Apprentice was killed. I like whenever possible to actually use new figures to replace those killed, or promoted; but as I pawed through my Bones stash I became aware that I had no female wizard figures suitably attired for exploring a frozen ruined city. Most of them wear very skimpy, drapey, outfits. So, when I came across the Highland Heroine figure in her nice warm-looking layered outfit, I thought that perhaps she would make a good wizard's apprentice. So, I then looked for a suitable sorceress who's staff I could borrow, and I found the Sarah, the Seeress, figure. I washed the two figures. Then, as I studied them, the immediate problem I found was that the Highland Heroine has very small delicate hands and I wasn't sure I would be able to drill them out to insert the staff. So I decided to leave Sarah's hand attached to the staff, and use that to replace the Heroine's right hand, and then cut the staff in two, and glue the lower section to the Heroine's other hand. I cut away the sword and the Heroine's right hand, and then ended up having to cut away a bit of the underside of the Heroine's left forearm to get the lower half of the staff to fit, and it still is almost as round as her clenched hand. I used Gorilla Superglue to glue all the parts together. I'm pleased with how the conversion turned out. I like that she looks like a tough-as-nails wizard who isn't afraid to use either end of her staff when the fighting gets close-quarters.
  24. This week I finished up the Goblin Command pair from the Bones 2 Kickstarter, Expansion 1. Nothing fancy, just quick paint jobs to get them tabletop ready.
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