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  1. I am churning out the Bones 4 core set PC-types just to get them out of the way before I can get stuck in with the more interesting monsters and creatures. Apologies in advance for my lack of photographic skill. I thought I had found a good setting, but clearly not for all. #10: Manga-haired gnome? A Fairy wearing boots?
  2. I am churning out the Bones 4 core set PC-types just to get them out of the way before I can get stuck in with the more interesting monsters and creatures. Apologies in advance for my lack of photographic skill. I thought I had found a good setting, but clearly not for all. #94: This looks like a Sandra Garrity sculpt.
  3. I am churning out the Bones 4 core set NPC-types just to get them out of the way before I can get stuck in with the more interesting monsters and creatures. Apologies in advance for my lack of photographic skill. I thought I had found a good setting, but clearly not for all. #53 Rabble rouser with rolling pin. Won't somebody think about the children?
  4. #52 The operative question here is: Benediction, or 1st level Karate Pose? 30mm base.
  5. This was an 18 dollar add on to the Bones 4 campaign, the rather massive Skeletal Dragon. And what an excellent specimen it is! I made a 230x110mm base for it on my 3D printer. It needed to be printed in two parts as it was far to large for my 140x140mm print bed. I glued ot together. gave it a once over with some sandpaper and stuck the bones base to it. How I painted it: Black undercoat with white ink zenithal sprayed on. After this was thoroughly dried out, I painted Citadel Skeleton Horde contrast (yes! Contrast paint! It works like a thicker ink or stain!) all over. When this was thoroughly dry, I drybrushed in varying degree with several bone-type colours, both yellowish and whiteish ending with Reaper Splintered Bone at the very tops. Details such as horns and claws in gloss black. Base in Vallejo Earth followed by some tufts and my autumnal flock mix, finised with black rims. A relatively fast method to do skeletons of all kinds. We can make our camp in this ancient shelter made from the bones of a beast long dead...yes, that will be very safe indeed. Skeletal Dragon From the Bones 4 kickstarter Reaper Miniatures, 2019 Sculpted by Julie Guthrie (Thank you to Bob Ridolfi for the info) Bonesium PVC 230x110 mm base.
  6. #161: I went with the white/blue and the yellow cape as a nod to the classic three musketeers look. 25mm base from the Sophie's Friends subset
  7. I am trying get the -in my opinion- less enjoyable player character-type minis out of the way, which will let me do the more fun monster minis when finishing up the core set, hopefully letting me keep up the motivation to actually get the entire set done as I have wowed to do. #154 This is the kind of whip that works in Bones material as it will not break like it would in many other materials. Whip it! Whip it real good! 25mm base.
  8. I am trying get the -in my opinion- less enjoyable player character-type minis out of the way, which will let me do the more fun monster minis when finishing up the core set, hopefully letting me keep up the motivation to actually get the entire set done as I have wowed to do. #152 Elf Necromancer? Yah, that would be a Drow. 25mm base.
  9. #50 What I object to is that you automatically treat me as an inferior! Supreme executive power derives from a mandate from the masses not some farcical aquatic ceremony! 25mm base.
  10. I am trying get the -in my opinion- less enjoyable player character-type minis out of the way, which will let me do the more fun monster minis when finishing up the core set, hopefully letting me keep up the motivation to actually get the entire set done as I have wowed to do. #51 Belle the serving wench 25mm base.
  11. #163: This one looks like she demands satisfaction one way or another. En garde! 25mm base from the Sophies Friends subset of the Bones 4 Core set
  12. #3: Sexy lady on a grave The bared-shoulder-come-hither-look in a tight formfitting dress has to be a vampire, don't you think? Why else would she be standing on a grave looking all alluring? I painted the dress with Green Stuff World Metalcolor Cæsar Red (a metallic deep red) and Reaper Rose Gold, a metallic pink. I find these colours work very well together. Rose gold is not available at retail (yet). I won the Rose Gold on the Halloween Twitch stream lottery draw together with three other paints and some halloween-themed minis (Yay! I actually won something for once! And I did not already have the minis! Double yay!) and what better way to try it out than on a shiny, clingy, silk dress? The provided grave-base fit perfectly on a 30mm lipped base.
  13. My photography has really been sub par for some time so I am trying out som different settings on the camera, including changing the backdrop to try to find a setting that works better than before. Focus is key, deep focus is even more key. I think I might just have cracked it. At least for now. Just some incy wincy spiders today, the pack called "spiders" from Nolzur's Marvellous Miniatures. The dark background has it's uses, but did not really work for these models. #1 #2 #3 These spiders are a little bit too similar to the real ones intermittently crawling across my walls both in size and shape, and I have had to stop myself fixing to slap them as they were lying about my desk. I made 40mm bases for them. One of the spiders came with a webbed victim-piece, which can be seen above. Super fast paint scheme, gloss black all over, dark green drybrush, then red in three shades for the red bits, then gloss varnish. The colour scheme is inspired by a real spider, the Australian (...because of course Australian!) Ambicodamus Crinitus, aka the Red and Black spider, Imaginative naming there. Luckily the real red and black is no more than a centimetre or so long and not seen as dangerous to humans. One of the models had a piece missing from one leg. I could not be bothered with complaining and requesting a new one though. Also, as is usual with the Nolzur line, the renders used to promote and illustrate the minis in webshops come across as way more detailed than the actual models. Something which I think actually is a bit disingenuous, really. Have you seen some dwarfs that were strolling through these woods? Spiders Nolzur's Marvellous Miniatures, Wave 1 Made by Wizkids, 2016 PVC hard plastic 40mm bases
  14. #162: I think I will call her Clarabelle. She does not like to be called "The Cow" at all... 40mm base from the Sophie's Friends subset:
  15. #160 Sophie the succubus is Reapers mascot of sorts, and has appeared in many versions up through the years. In this KS she has this model as the serving wench, and the Chibi one. Of the other three I have no idea about the backstory, if any. Maybe they are roleplaying characters of the Reaper staff or some such? #160: I went with the same red-purple skin I used on the Chibi version. She is a demon after all. 25mm base From the Sophie's friends subset:
  16. #151 Elf Swordswoman of some sort. Maybe a straight-up fighter? From the "Elves" subset.
  17. #153 Elf Swordswoman of some sort. Maybe a paladin? IRL, the Cape has some nice shading going on, but it does not show up in the washed out pictures. All the minis look better when not magnified as in the pictures. 25mm bases. Not my most inspired work.
  18. Again, an entry for a painting league at another forum. Susie and the Snow Goons! RUN! In homage and reference to the seminal comic strip Calvin and Hobbes. Here we have Calvin's instantly recognizable wierd snowmen, and Susie, his neighbor/friend/schoolmate and part-time nemesis in addition to Calvin and Hobbes themselves. Search for Calvin & Hobbes. You will not regret it. Calvin and Hobbes Susie. I made her santa hat in plastic putty. 50042: Townsfolk Modern Children Sculpted by Bobby Jackson The third child in the pack was used as Linus van Pelt in my round 4 Great Pumpkin Peanuts homage piece. 03668: Tiger Sculpted by Geoff Valley Obligatory size comparisons. Made by Reaper Miniatures Made in Metal 25mm round, and 25x50mm oval 3D-printed bases. available from reapermini.com The Slytherin one The Gryffindor one The Ravenclaw one. Also, a true Goon. He is coming for youse kneecaps! 03296 Monstrous Snowmen (3) Reaper Miniatures Sculpted by Jason Wiebe Made in Metal 25mm round 3D-printed bases. available from reapermini.com The last snow goon is from Ral Partha Europe from their Wicked Wonderland kickstarter from last year. XM1802 Sinister Snowman Ral Partha Europe from the 2018 Wicked Wonderland kickstarter Made in Metal 25mm round 3D-printed bases. available from ral partha europe We're walking in the air (...) Suddenly swooping low On an ocean deep Rousing up a mighty monster from his sleep And walking in the air We're dancing in the midnight sky ... (from The Snowman, 1982) I used Warlord Games WGS-STG-10 Melting Snow for the snow on the bases.
  19. Short Wart's Cohort Mort Being a band of bony retribution soon to cross the Brandywine and come a-knocking on little round doors under the hills. Most of these skeleton minis are from the same second hand purchase where I got the zombies that were featured a few week ago. I got the incomplete undead mammoth off Ebay several years ago, and Short Wart himself is an Oathsworn Halfling Necromancer. All minis have been given 3D printed bases, most of them 25mm. There are a lot of pics beneath, although some are distictly unfocussed, as if a dark power did not wish to be documented...
  20. Yet another of my entries in a painting league on another forum Pride and Joy A nice walk in the park for the Lovecrafts. Sorry about the pics being a bit blurry, I am still struggling with the camera. It seems it is not meant for such small items. Most of the miniatures are from a recent 2019 kickstarter by Bear's Head Miniatures, apart from the large Star Spawn that is from the game Cthulhu Wars by Petersen Games. One of the kickstarters for that game had an option for one each of the miniatures extra, and this one is from that set. I hacked off the moulded base it originally came with so I could have similar style bases for the whole family. Lots of pics and such below, go on, you know you want to click it:
  21. Paintedfor a painting league in another forum: "Bring Out Your Dead!" I envision this as a wandering band who collects the dead. Sometimes they need to make ther cargo dead first. Being death warmed over themselves, they do not know what else to do with their unlives. lots more pictures beneath the click:
  22. The chibi smallworld minis are all based on existing normal minis in the Reaper lines. I recognized five of them from the minis I have from earlier Bones kickstarters, but not Arnise the female barbarian elf that I painted the other day. The reason being that the original was included in the Bones 4 core set. An older metal mini being redone into Bones material it seems. So I painted her in a similar scheme. The metal version is called Arnise, Elven Sergeant from the Warlord line, and represents the Sergeant of Almirithil's frenzied half-elven berserkers in the Warlord lore. Why hello there, you remind me of someone I once knew... B4Core #95 Arnise, Elven Barbarian from the Female Fighters subset in the Bones 4 Core set, 2019 Reaper Miniatures Sculpted by Werner Klocke Made in Bonesium PVC 30mm base
  23. Plonking away a the Bones 4 core set, this is number 5: I am not a number! I am a free man! The metal version of this is called Ankoa, Barbarian Hero. He has a really small head compared to most of the other minis. I expect he is not too bright. Probably not destined to bear the jeweled crown of Aquilonia upon a troubled brow. There's a new playah in town! Come get some! B4Core #5 Barbarian from the Bones 4 Core set, 2019 Reaper Miniatures Sculpted by Bobby Jackson Made in Bonesium PVC 30mm base
  24. AUGH! The Great Pumpkin Came! This was my entry in a painting league at another miniatures forum. In reference to the longstanding Peanuts theme of Linus sitting alone in the Pumpkin Patch waiting for the Great Pumpkin to come bringing gifts, Santa Claus-style. It's a pity for him that Halloween is all about the scary...and the Great Pumpkin probably is not a very nice being. The miniatures are all by Reaper, the fences are from Mantic's Kings of War Vanguard terrain. I found the simplicity of the fences really helped to sell the story here. As one of the commenters in the LPL-post stated: "Less is more". Lots more pics, but yah gotsa clicks!
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