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  1. Hey all! Been working on and off on this guy, he won't make the August cut, but... I recently got new brushes, and am learning to wet blend and layer so he is a transition figure... The furs, hair and boots were worked on in my old paint, wash, high light style, now I guess that will end up forming the base coat for my new learning works in wet blending, layering, use of a wet palette and all these other new tips and tricks... His skin is GW Tanned flesh, Layered up with GW Dwarf Flesh. His eyes were done with the 'Bette Davis' eyes tutorial from 'The Craft' section. Just a couple p
  2. i know the camera work stinks i need to get a better camera.
  3. I started this piece about a month back, slowly finding time to work on it piece by piece between other projects. It is the second in a series of small dioramas made using minis from various companies that I had lying around going unused. This one uses some Kings of War Dwarves and a Reaper Ogre. This is also my first major attempt sculpting with foam to create a more interesting base than just rocky terrain that is my usual fall back. As an illustrator and designer, all my work tends to start with drawings first. Early concept:
  4. I had a blast painting this guy. I only wish I had something for his shield to be OSL-ing on.
  5. Ogre Chieftan, fun to paint. I have a second one waiting as with just one he doesn't have much to be chief of. With 2 they can be bodyguards, with the primitive Ogres from Bones 3 he will finally have a tribe. I did the basing with greenstuff, and tea. In a week or so I will get a Basarius KS pad which is mostly flagstones, but I am impatient.
  6. I wouldn't actually post this mini if it wasn't for the RP Challege. I started this at ReaperCon 2014 for Wappel's Shaded Basecoat class. I could never motivate myself to finish it. I finally slapped some more paint on it to call it done. I am happy to have it no longer in my to do pile.
  7. Finished Braug last night. Working on my glazing technique.
  8. Hello friends, here are a plethora of different figures I've finished in the past couple months. The Wargs each got about an hour of work and the Hell Hound about 2 hours. As you can see, I didn't slave away trying to remove the mould line on the Hell Hound and wasn't too careful about the Wargs either; just going for some high table top goodness. The Howling Ghoul from Imbrian Arts was a fun and easy figure to paint. Mostly just using pale skin tones and glazes of Gory Red to blend it all in. Lastly the Ogre from Bobby Jackson's latest releases. He was fun an will make a nice mini-bo
  9. My first completed miniature for the month of May. Been busy so progress has been slow. This guy's skin tone didn't quite turn out how I wanted (was thinking more green/pale) but I have enough Bones miniatures that I really just need to be happy with it and move on. He was a lot of fun though, the details of all the stuff he is carrying and the design on his shield are wonderful.
  10. I painted up this guy as I wanted to practice my painting of skin. I large amounts of skin pretty hard to do so a topless Ogre seemed to be a good place to practice ;) Overall I am happy with how he turned out, a little darker than I imagined he would be when I started him but a big improvement on my usual.
  11. So I'd been working on these for a while now, but didn't post them because they were gifts for some folks and didn't want them to accidentally see them before they got them. First up is the Moe, Larry and Curly three stooges ogre from Ral Partha, the one that Partha was ordered to cease and desist producing because of using the stooges' images without permission. The next one is Ral the Caster, which was based off one of their casters back in the day. They also used that figure in a catalog or two to show size comparisons with other models. The last one is a female dwarf, to my kno
  12. A while ago I painted up a miniature to represent one of my buddies character in our Pathfinder game (link). The character is Fidrak, an Abyssal Bloodrager, which basically means he's a barbarian who draws his strength and rage from the demonic blood in his veins. Now one of the quirks of this demonic blood is that when the character reaches 4th level, he will be able to increase in size (as per the enlarge person spell) whenever he enters a rage (in other words... HULK ANGRY!!!). I therefore decided to paint up a mini to represent this bigger, better and badder version of the character. T
  13. She's been done for a little while now but now I'm finally posting her. This mini will be pulling double duty for me. First she'll be a centerpiece in My warlord Kargir force and then she'll menace my Pathfinder players as "Maw" Hooger, the fierce matriarch of a clan of ogres my players will soon be dealing with. Talanka front in snow 1 2 The first few were taken a few weeks ago when there was still snow. Wanted to see how the snow base looked against the real thing. Touched up nose Tried to touch up the nose a bit but messed up another part of her face. will have to fix that. I was fai
  14. Mash, Half Ogre from Reaper. A really cool figure. Sadly I dropped it on the floor just as I was going to seal it, and of course the axe-hand-arm piece broke, along with some paint. Quite agitated I just threw some black (and brownblack) on the joints after reglueing. Could be better, but it could also be worse.
  15. After seeing some of the preview art for Pathfinder's upcoming "Giantslayer" adventure path, I wanted to work on some non-standard Giants. I already had 02933: Talanka, Ogre Shaman, who was repainted alongside [/size]60027: Dorella Kreeg, Ogre Shaman, who was a lucky find on another expedition over to border to North Carolina.[/size] I really liked the Dorella sculpt in person, her proportions work well to be an Ogre Shaman or a wizened old Hill Giant hag.[/size]
  16. So I have this brilliant set: http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/female%20orc/sku-up/02553 The evil sorceress is fun, but I'll be honest, I got it for the skeletal ogre, or orc, or whatever he is. He's awesome! Unfortunately, he's holding a towel. Or a cerement, or a ritual cloth or whatever. Like a butler. Fortunately, the hands-and-towel unit is a separate bit. I'd like to convert him to a skeletal ogre holding weapons. But it turns out the Boneyard is not so simply searched. Can anyone recommend Reaper Boneyard bits which are essentially hands, roughly human size
  17. Angry female ogre..nuff said. This miniature was entirely painted, as all my figures are with a Round #1 brush from Reaper and Reaper MSP. I've dedicated myself to steadily improving my glazing practices throughout the year and this is making me feel like I'm getting somewhere. As with all my painting, none of the shading or highlighting you see is a result of photography. The paints I used: Ultramarine shadow, blue liner, tanned leather, auburn shadow, burgundy wine (a new favorite), misty grey, dark elf skin, woodstain brown, earth brown, blackened brown, brains pink, driftwood
  18. 'This style of boxing has been past down the Armstrong line for generations!' This is one of the three Wolsung minis I picked up to see what they looked like in the 'flesh' before all the ones from their recent Kickstarter arrive. Struggled a bit figuring out how to paint his trousers and hat, but I think I did okay overall. Comments and critiques are welcome.
  19. I found this guy in the clearance bin at my FLGS. When I started painting him, I decided he was more Ogre like than Troll for my campaigns. And with the thorny back he must be some kind of demon/devil spawned version so I went red-skinned. The skin is patchy in places with a ruddy orange. And I decided on the eye style after watching an episode of FaceOff on Syfy. He's painted tabletop level IMO and using washes over solids with some highlighting. I used a micro pen to create some veining effects on his skin. The wood club has been painted to resemble a piece of a st
  20. I had a post in the WIP section with this name, I restart it, because I will only show the end product, anyway. I'm not a good WIP post maker... I will not have good bases for these Ogres, but the Ogres are my favorite minis I painted, so they have a good changes I will give them bases they earn soon. My first entry is Talanka and not a boy. :-) I love this mini and was lucky to get her very cheap, some shops in germany are throwing Reaper Minis out of their assortment, which is also sad. But there are enough sources to get Reaper minis. This morning I wanted to use matt varnish on her,
  21. Got my KS OGRE box today!!!!! Unboxing pics and minimal commentary at my blog http://scsminimadness.blogspot.com/2013/11/ks-ogre-unboxing.html
  22. This is the only mini I got to work on last week. I like that there is a lot of fun detail in the mini, but there were lots lof little pock marks --- the left chest was particularly bad. Most of that his hidden by his shield. I haven't sealed him yet; I hope he looks a little smoother after I do. I think I overdid the highlighting on the blue straps on his shins and feet; I wanted the strappy texture to stand out. I'm pretty happy with how the shield turned out; both front and back. The shield was the first time I had to glue a mini together. Can you tell how messy I was with the su
  23. Rawr is from a misfit line of minis called Arcane Legions. Rawr isn't his real name, but I can't be bothered to find out what it was. So now he's Rawr. I picked up some Arcane Legions cheap, just to check them out. Almost all of them went straight into the Bucket of Shame. You can probably see why. The non-paint-job is pretty awful. I wanted to practice slathering paint on something, so I dug into the Bucket of Shame to select a victim. Rawr kinda grabbed me. The scuplt is actually kinda neat. There's a lot of detail, at least. Not that this paint job would show any of it off. So,
  24. My deliciously evil partner in crime, currently studying for her Masters in Fine Art, has been taken by Figmentia! I foolishly suggested that she might like to try her hand at painting some miniatures with me and I've created a monster! A Monster in Fine Art, if you will! Although, painting with someone is very fun : ) Behold, her first ever mini, and weep! WEEP! And here's a quick shot of her second: I feel completely inadequate to give her any advice, given that her brush strokes are so much more precise than mine. Any thoughts, oh people who know what
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