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  1. It's no secret, I absolutely love the Shadowsea world, and the Dark Mariners faction are one of the coolest lines in all of miniatures IMHO. They really turned me on the the special style of Bob Olley's sculpting, and I am now a superfan. I mean look at it! he is literally oozing character! So many neat details. I am grateful that DSM is keeping the line around, because I'll keep painting them - more to come. I stuck with the style I originally used on these critters a decade or so ago, and though I am a much improved painter now, there Isn't much I'd actually want to change about it - a mix of bright and muted marine colors, with metallics of all shades. Of all the details here, I particularly like the conch like underside of his carapace. He will fit right in with his hideous compatriots.
  2. Last one for a bit, I swear! This one isn't a Reaper mini, but I had to share it because it is actually seeing game time! I am using it as the BBEG for the excellent introductory module "A Most Potent Brew" by Winghorn press. My kiddos have just encountered this beast, and it definitely spooked them a bit! Next session is the climactic final battle! I have a poster of the dungeon and everything - it has been really fun so far, and I plan on using it as a lead in for LMoP. If they survive.
  3. This is actually a 54mm miniature; it was made by GW for their long OOP Inquisitor game. It came as a pet/sidekick for the mutant character Quovandius. I got the pair of them for $1.50 at a store clearance sale. While going through boxes the other day, I found the rat, but not the other figure. I decided the rat would make an excellent mad scientists experiment, so I painted it up. Please let me know what you think.
  4. Presenting Sir Shelly from Knightmare Games. Sometimes the path of Chaos offers great power, and sometimes you end up needing to stay constantly moist or you die. Really enjoyed painting this one, he's just so weird looking! Still can't paint gems though. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  5. Presenting Screamin' Eddie, purveyor of the finest human meat to be found in all the Radlands! Had a lot of fun painting this guy. Originally, he was one of the big Nurgle baddies from Games Workshops Rogue Trader boxset, but I thought he worked well as a more generic Post-Apoc mutant (they all could really). As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  6. Formorian Giant aka The Great Mutato! (Did they spell Fomorian wrong on purpose? Fomorians being monstrous, supernatural creatures from the underworld of Irish mythology, much like the Jotun frost giants of Norse) From Bones 3 core set, this Chaos mutant thingy takes the medal for overtraining half of his body. I imagine his (her?) family tree is a straight line. 77416 Formorian Giant Reaper Miniatures, Bones 3 KS 2015, Core set Sculpted by Jason Wiebe Bonesium PVC. 50mm round lipped base available from reapermini.com
  7. Presenting Sir George the Gangly (I'm sure that's a real word despite what my spellchecker says), not sure who makes him, I found George and a few other Chaos types in a box while I was tidying up. Had a lot of fun painting him, although my camera didn't like taking piccys of so much metallic paint! As always, any comments or criticisms are warming received.
  8. This Ogre struggles every day with his bizarre deformity. Fortunately, he was raised by a forward-thinking tribe who provided him excellent dental care and outfitted him with scale mail, a masterwork club, and lots of bags. Now all grown up, he shuffles along striking fear into the hearts of his proud tribe's enemies!
  9. Did most of this one at the local game shop on Thursday, then finished the details at home. She will be standing in as a Herald of Slaanesh, for my Age of Sigmar: Skirmish Warband.:
  10. Been busy. Super Shredder, Human Bebop and Rocksteady, a Bruiser and some gunner thugs. Inspiration for 3 of my gunners: Captain Kirk, GTA 3 and GTA Vice City.
  11. Here is my mini that I painted for day 1 of Minivember. For the amount of time I spent on him I'm pretty happy with it.
  12. I was fairly happy with this one until I took photos. See that I have managed to clot the paint a little much. Don't want to fiddle with her anymore though. The little tree is made from a dried grape-wine. :/
  13. I finished painting the Mercurian Maculator I got from Jasper the second. He's certainly a giant hunk of metal, with a really awkward seem right at the belt line. I think the official colors was more of a green orc like thing, but I like the idea of a giant red space ape better. Max Steiner is in the first picture just for a scale reference, he's not quite done.
  14. When I post something like this, it's not because I think the painting is brag-worthy (because that's an area where I need a LOT of work), but I have a lot of fun with kit-bashing and re-purposing figures (especially Bones!) for something slightly different than the original subject matter. Reaper Bones 77149: Damien, Hellborn Wizard (post-apocalyptic conversion) One thing that struck me about Damien is that he SO looks like, if it weren't for that staff, he looks like such a punk (in a good way!) that he'd fit in with some setting such as Shadowrun or even a more conventional cyberpunk game (since he could just have a "biosculpt" job or some really CRAZY wetware). Also, that staff went all wibbly-wobbly bendy, and I KNOW that the preferred fix is to soak everything in hot water, etc., etc., but it's really hit-and-miss for me where this is concerned, and half the time I just end up replacing bendy staves with a piece of wire, or something else entirely. In this case, I went for "something else entirely." I grabbed a big ol' gun from my "bitz" box that I assume is from a Necromunda conversion. (I often pick up "bitz" through trades and deals rather than always chopping them off figures myself, so I'm not always sure what the origin was.) I left a piece of staff in the left hand, and used a pinning drill and wire to attach the gun there, leaving the staff segment as a handle/grip. For the base, I used some black-dyed epoxy putty to fill out the integral plastic Bones base out to the edges of the top of a standard round 25mm game base (as the figure itself is pretty light, and I didn't want the heavy gun to make this guy fall over if the table got bumped, so I opted for a slightly wider footprint ... though in retrospect I probably didn't need the increase in elevation). The stop sign is a piece of printed cardstock mounted on a bent piece of pewter Reaper sprue. (I occasionally run off sheets packed with caution stripe and tiny poster images and street signs and license plates and monitor displays and newspaper front pages and other such things, after an extensive Google search, so I have an arsenal of flat details I can add to terrain pieces and large bases. I'm not always absolutely certain about the scale, though.) I was tempted to give him some mirror-shades via putty, but I accidentally managed to get the dots on the eyes in the right places (or close enough for tabletop purposes), so I figured I'd just leave it at that.
  15. Fun weekend project. Had the Lily mini sitting around since Christmas waiting to be painted, got inspired by CashWiley's posting in the February challenge thread, and then spotted the air elemental at the FLGS on Friday. My first attempt at painting dark skin. C&C welcome.
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