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  1. The undead are always fun and easy to paint. Id like to accumulate more varieties in the future. This mummy practically painted himself.
  2. Hi guys. I've been away for a long time, but I finally did a quick something to shake off the cobwebs and get putting paint on something again. Just a quick mummy. I started with a thin base of Vallejo Ivory, then Army Painter Strong Tone over everything. I did some highlights with Reaper Stained Ivory, then mixed some Vallejo Ivory in for a lighter shade for higher highlights. Plus of course the detail work, the green eyes and the darker flesh bits. I like the teeth I put at the edges of his mouth. I tried to make his hands bonier and whiter along with some other exposed bones but don`
  3. My partner this time around was SamuraiJack, so if you haven't check your mail yet stop reading! I'll edit in some tags later, but for now no spoilers!
  4. This mummy was hungry when he woke up. He is now snacking on the poor adventurer who woke him. He is making a mess on the mable floor of his tomb as he is tracking the blood around and dribbling on the floor. The pose was a bit strange with one hand held up and one hand near his face, so I tried to make sense of it by putting a big bloody hunk of meat in his outstretched hand. It's a bit gratuitous, but I'm ok with some gratuitous gore once in a while. If I ever use it in a D&D game, he is definitely tearing someone's arm off on a "natural 20."
  5. I tried taking a Zen of Bones approach to this bunch (Thanks Buglips!). These are part of my 4 year olds "Toy Box" minis. I only took lage flash off and pretty much pretended that tne mold lines don't exist. They got a zenithal prime and the 4 year old painted the bodies. I painted faces, clothes and bases. These were treated with Army Painters mid tone quickshade (first time using it). I then played with my static flock generator which worked fine on the mummy bases (which I didn't catch in the photos), but was sad on the Ghast bases. either way they look good enough IRL. Photos
  6. A little something I picked up from my FLGS's discount bin; this 54mm scale mummified minotaur comes with a choice of horns and pole-cleavers to attach to an otherwise simple assembly. Here are the parts laid out before priming. I still struggle to decide which horns and weapon to build him with. Using one means not using the other, after all, but I figure they'll find another place to go eventually.
  7. I am presently working through the Chibi's from Reaper I have collected. This is the first to be completed in 2017. I present to you TUT #01546. I need to get better at eyes though especially for these Chibi's.. any suggestions, guidance or critique would be appreciated.
  8. One I did just for fun. He was a cool model, and lots of fun to paint - just the right amount of detail. He helped in working on my NMM, and OSL and this is my 4th 'real' attempt for both. It turned out not too bad. Ugh....I just realized I need to fix up the back of the sword....
  9. I had this idea to paint these guys up in grey. Wanted them to look like they stepped right off the celluloid. The vampire, mummy, Frankenstein's monster and wolfman are all Reaper minis. The Creature from the Black Lagoon is a Four A Miniature. The coffin I got from a pack of Halloween decorations from Michael's Craft Store.
  10. Really just gave him a decent weapon. I think he looks the part.:
  11. This is the finished product of my work in progress here. The model should have taken me about a month or so to paint, but the work in progress pushed me to work on it more often. Just about every night I did something with it. The first base I painted was a premade resin base. However, his legs were too spread apart to fit properly, so I made this one myself. Used a bunch of my modeling clay which was not cheap, but I figured it was worth the effort. I actually liked the work in progress forum. People were very supportive and gave nice ideas. So a big thanks to those that followed my s
  12. I got at least one request to do a work in progress for my next model........so here I am :) Not sure how I feel about WIP posting. I sort of like the surprise of seeing a mini for the first time posted finished. We shall see what happens. ...and yes, that is a robotic thumb I have. some of my implants may be called cheating by some, but I say there is no crying in miniature painting! Get your own robotic appendages. Based skin and some shadowing. My eyes are having trouble seeing where skin ends and cloth begins. This is not going to be an easy mini. My own wash conco
  13. Here are 2 quick photos, individual photos to come. Started on my computer because the phone is taking some getting used to.
  14. So I picked the mummy horde to paint up something quick, but it ended up I spent a lot of time fiddling with them. I had hoped to do just a quick base color, some drybrushing, voila, done. But alas that was not to be. Finally done, they are not that great, but they will work fine as undead opponents for any desert faring party. The only metal one (Reaper 2156), slightly reposed: 3 of the Bones ones (77144), with annoying flash lines still there: And the group shots:
  15. I didn't have a good weekend with the paints. Everything I tried to do seemed to not work. I finally ended up throwing in the towel on this guy, and glopping some paint on him. I will go back and base later when I'm not fed up with paint. C&C welcome.
  16. I was doing home remodeling and was self-exiled from my home and paint desk for over two months, so when I got access to my hobby room and paint desk and reorganized, I collected all my unfinished projects on the desk and realized my shelf of shame had grown to unacceptable proportions. I decided to tackle finishing as many of these pieces just to get them off my desk before I move on, even if I speed paint them or cut steps, but I am tired of looking at too many primed-only or part painted minis. So here is the first wave: Mashaaf which was my favorite to paint among these, the bones mum
  17. Hi Everyone! I'm extremely new to this. I've never tried my hand at painting as a hobby.. let alone miniature painting. But after Bones 3 funded, and my realization that I had several other mini games coming from KS at some point, I started gathering everything I needed to learn how to paint. I bought some stuff i didn't need, and some other stuff that I might need someday. After all the fiddling I wound up with a Reaper Bones: Learn to Paint Kit as a starting point. I had also bought a few bones (20ish random models) through an ebay sale to futz with. Tonight I started painting. I
  18. Hello everybody. I just joined the Forum today, and besides posting a pic of my latest painted figure, I wanted to make an introduction. Some of you know me from my "All Bones About It" Blog where I have been posting my efforts in painting all the figures I ordered from the Bones I Kickstarter, and more recently the Bones II one as well. I know a few of you have linked to my blog here before, and I thought it was about time I joined up here myself. :) I've been a gamer and figure painter since the 70's and some of you may know me as well as co-author of the "G.A.S.L.I.G.H.T." set of Vict
  19. This weekend I completed the Mummy Lich from the Bones I "Who's Your Mummy" set. This wraps up that set for me, and next week I will be starting on the Heroes set. For the full painting step-by-step, see my Bones Painting blog: http://allbonesabout.blogspot.com/2015/06/mummy-lich-figure-158-of-265.html
  20. I picked up this mummy, because it's different from what I've been painting. He was pretty simple and relatively quick compared to the huge pile of game minis that I've been trying to perfect. I typically have trouble going dark enough with my shadows. This time I just covered it in a color that felt way too dark, then lightened it back up with highlights. It's so much easier to try new things when you're not invested in the figure. I'm pretty happy with how he turned out and enjoyed painting him.
  21. Tried a few different styles for these guys. I prefer the two on the left (if you ignore the horrible basing job I did on them).
  22. The Command Group. Carrying the Battle Banner. Mummy Captain, Ghoul Drummer and Zombie Banner Bearer.
  23. And the last one of the Undead Regiment. The Mummy Warrior. Another great vintage mini from Grenadier ( noticed I'm fond of those did you?).
  24. So I started the Stone Giant, but ended up getting bored with him before I got very far. For a change of pace I switched to something simple - the bones mummies. Between Bones I & II I had five of them, which seems a nice amount to start with. They're pretty standard, though I decided to go with blue eyes rather than the red or green as so often seen in DnD art. These guys qualify as a speed paint since I'm sure they each got less than an hour of hands-on time.
  25. These are my February Resolution Challenge figures. I solemnly swear I will find better info on them and get the thread tagged and titled properly on later edits (E2A: nearly there). Last minute, last day, 'what is sitting around on the paint bench that I could finish up?' figures, all of them. So, anyway... ...A mummy, a golem, an archer and a dwarf walk into a bar. 77144: Mummy: He is from Bones II. Slathered in Grey Liner. Wet brushed with a mixture of clay brown leather "Custom Color" and "Ginger Cookie" (which does not look ginger at all) then washed with some much thinned "Brown Liner
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