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  1. This is what happens when you spend an afternoon watching a double bill of Jason and the Argonauts and Clash of the Titans (80's version), you remember you picked up a big Zeus-alike in a Kickstarter and you must paint him NOW:- Here he is all washed, boiled, straightened, scraped, assembled and primed. Since I'm a messy drybrusher, I did the base first. The stone started with a base of Stone Grey, while the dirt is Leather Brown, it all got a Black Wash, then the stone got a heavy drybrush of more Stone Grey and then everything got a lighter drybrush of Ghost Grey. Since he's so big, I'm going to paint him in sections, starting with his left leg.
  2. From left, Dr Zoidberg; the weird alien blob thing that comes with Betty, Space Heroine; Sgt. Oberon; and a Brain Worm.
  3. I wasn't sure about the color choices in the beginning but i like them now πŸ™‚ I hope this mini scares my players when we play dnd! Thanks for looking!
  4. Great reaper bones mini! I just did a couple of drybrushes and a wash but I am pleased with it! Thanks for looking!
  5. I'm going to use this mini as a demon in my dnd campaign. I really like the sculpt and it was an enjoyable paintjob! πŸ™‚ Thanks for looking!
  6. I really like this sculpt! Gave her a quick paintjob πŸ™‚ Thanks for looking!
  7. My first post ever on this forum πŸ˜€. I hope everybody is a ok. Painted this one a couple of weeks ago. Good fun painting a model well cast.
  8. Some of my June projects so far. She was one of the necromancers I had primed this month and the first one painted. I had gotten this figure so long ago and picked it out of my loose figure bin. Don't ever remember from before as her being labeled a hellborn and wanted her to have pale flesh so she could be used as a vampire as well if need be.
  9. Some of my June projects so far. She was one of three necromancer's I had primed this month the last still need to be done.
  10. Some of the June projects done so far. Another of the fighter types I had chosen because who doesn't like a baddie.
  11. Some of my June projects so far. Was hoping to keep him woodsy with just a dash of color thus the violet (actually the wild violet was a new color I had gotten and wanted to try out).
  12. Some of my June projects so far. This month I wanted to do some male fighters and he was one of three that I had primed for it.
  13. The last of my June projects done so far and the last of the three fighters I had primed for the month.
  14. Some of my June project so far. I wanted to try a beaten armor look like he's been in a lot of battles, don't know if I succeed but still kinda of like the look of the armor as it's all over the place.
  15. I've gotten better at eyes and I'm very happy with this one.
  16. Presenting Graghuk, an Ogre I plucked from my big pile of Bones V stuff. This is just a simple mini I've been poking paint at for the last couple of weeks, just to get me painting again, but I don't think he looks too bad. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  17. EDIT - This is now going to be somewhere I dump all my Reaper projects while (hopefully) not causing chaos by misusing the Show Off section. I'll pop finished miniatures that are individually worth looking at over there, too. My first post on the Reaper Forum, so please be nice! Not 100% sure where to post this as it falls into several categories. but here it is anyway - my Reaper Bones Hill Giant "Tribe" and their hillside display base. I posted these in my regular Warhammer forum but they are too far removed from WFB to gain much interest, so I thought I'd share them here in their "proper" home. I've always painted miniatures with the "excuse" that they will be used to play games with, whether that be D&D or Warhammer or anything in between, so my emphasis is on table-ready minis rather than masterpieces. This is one of the first projects I've done without a clear gaming purpose, but because I'm a gamer at heart I still needed to put everything on individual bases for two reasons - 1 - "just in case" a gaming use comes up 2 - because gaming bases excuses a gaming paint job! I decided on hex bases because I liked the way they tessellate The paint scheme, choice of pets and landscape are inspired by my AD&D days, I'm constantly trying to recapture my youth! (Glad to say that Reaper Bones have finally made this sort of project practical and affordable, and I hope to follow it with similar projects using the other trad D&D Giant races.) All 11 miniatures used (and the 11th is very hard to spot in these two pictures!) are from Reaper, mostly Bones. There are a few relatively simple conversions, mostly so I could use two pairs of giants without them being identical. The major scenic elements (trees and rocks) are made from errr real trees and real rocks, while almost all of the greenery is from a range of suppliers (Citadel, Army Painter and so on) I tried to position all of the models so that they are focused on something located just in front of the scene - presumably, a party of hostile adventurers! I don't want to drown people in images, but if there is interest I can post individual pictures of each giant and some WIP pictures of the project, as well as the identity of that 11th miniature...
  18. Havn't done much painting this past month, mainly been doing spring cleaning which wore me out. but did manage to get this done in between naps, lol. Love and watched the way Anne Forster did hers on reaper pro tips (twitch) and had to paint it, of course even thou wish I could of copy her skin tone that just wouldn't be fair, so I did my own spin on it.
  19. She was in one of my WIP threads where I wanted to see how dark armor would look for 3000 Kyra and Lavarath. Since I finally finished that nightmarish project thgought I'd finish her up and use as Kyra on foot.
  20. This was a nightmarish project that I shelved for years after I had first put her together. Being metal I didn't want to try and attach the wings after it was painted so assembled all the parts of the dragon together. I wanted a blue dragon and first went with Prussian Blue, huge mistake as it looked awful and trying to paint that heavy thing in hand was a... ...so it got shelved until now. It's my second dragon of any size (painted baby dragon as PC followers). but basically really my first as the other dragon I painted was the Asgard Dragon (twice the size of this weighting over 2 lbs. of lead) in the 80's done in metalic's where I hadn't any idea what I was doing, later striped and sold the model.
  21. First diorama I've done since I've been I was ill this winter. Although I have been doing a lot of reminiscing and wishing, which is what this piece is about. I have at least one of all the Burrows & Badgers range from Oathsworn and one of the parts I like is thst ao many or their miniatures can be used for non-dnd or domestic scenes. I also finally found a use for the stable piece from the Reaper nativity scene. I built an actual stable for that sp I had thst bit left over and it worked pretty well here. I could explain it but I'm hoping the piece speaks for itself. Hope you.all enjoy I find tje affect the best when staring through the portal...
  22. Super fun to paint, all Reaper Paints, the base is Vallejo- Sandy Paste with a Reaper sandy tan base coat and Minotaur hide wash. The shoulder armor is powderburn brown with powderburn brown+drops of leather brown for highlights. Really liked the armors color, I have been wanting to use that color. Really happy with the eyes first mini in about 2 dozen whose eyes don’t looked like the guy was kicked in the side of the head by a horse. Shield looked spiffy too, which is key to any self respecting spartan
  23. And the last of my bones' dwarfs... Oh wait, it's a Bones USA..... ME LIKEY ! hehe
  24. Well for a troll slayer she sure was a skinny dainty figure to paint.
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