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  1. An old school Grenadier Halfling thief, painted up during Inarah's Memorial Day weekend weekend painting binge. I finally finished the basing last night. C&C is welcome, thanks for looking.
  2. I fell in love with this guy, Tre Manor's Dirk the Damned, immediately upon seeing the sculpt. His swagger is undeniable. Again, was happy with the rope on him. Also his clay jug, which hopefully looks clay. I'unno. This guy was in the start of my first batch of flesh-tones on a person-person. I really liked the results of mixing my own. Don't think I'll want to go back. Thanks for looking. Comments and suggestions and so on welcome.
  3. Judging from the Otherworld Forums wave two of the IndieGoGo campaign is about to be delivered. So I made an effort to finish my last miniatures of wave one. First we have the Elf Male Fighter/Magic User. Secondly the Half Orc Assassin.
  4. So, I wanted to do a group of minis that were more thematic and played on having more character in the minis rather than just the generic fighter, wizard, etc. Therefore, I played on the idea of a rogue as a cat burglar by having the burglar actually meeting the cat. I was pretty happy with how it turned out. I thought the hair and the fabric of the clothing was particularly solid. I've definitely got more room to improve, but I was at least fairly satisfied with this one. The extreme close up of the face shows where I could improve the smoothness of the skin and such. Maybe more attention needed for the eyes themselves. In addition to simply making a figure, I was also thinking in terms of what would make creating a mold easier (for example, how far in should the cat lean, how far forwards/sideways should the angle of his arms be, etc.). I think it would be doable. On a side note, just want to give a shout out to Cosmic_Mastermind for giving some really good feedback on how to improve doing facial features.
  5. This is 02058: Elia Shadowfeet, which came in a set with two others, 03359: DHL Classics Female Halflings. She's a dainty little Old-School thing. To give an idea of size, she is standing on a standard Chessex dice box. There is a later version of Elia who is an amazon by comparison. Both were sculpted by Sandra Garrity. She was sculpted with (probably) bare legs, but I added painted-on breeches because that tunic looked mighty short and drafty. I painted her dark because dark hobbits, why not. Reflections on the short sword are painted on. I think the whites on her sleeves got a bit overexposed in the photos except for the back view. There are a lot of different colors in the shading of those sleeves. Her face was a bit difficult to paint. It is very small, and the eyes had a sort of agressive shape with two pits on the side of a ball. It took a little finagling to make it work.
  6. Merisiel from Reaper. The new(er) Merisiel sculpt painted up for a DnD5 campaign I'm playing in. I'm hoping we'll make the switch to using this one as I like the paintjob better than the one I did on the old sculpt.
  7. Here's a fellow I rescued from an Ebay lot. Had to get help here identifying him. He is apparently from the old Asgard line, now put out by Viking Forge. Or something to that effect. Unfortunately don't know the sculptor. Anyway, he's totes my favorite guy ever, pretty much. I've come to think of him as my version of the Scarlet Pimpernel. Though he's not even scarlet. But yeah. Also discovered with this mini that the Ginger Cookie paint from Christmastime makes a great sandy hair color. Thanks for looking!
  8. Bobby Jackson's Darkshade Raider. Thought this mini was so cool; had a beast of a time painting it. But yeah. Still love her motion et al. Also turned into my first messing around with basing, such as it is. Saw this stuff post-Christmas at Hobby Lobby, all marked down, some Santa's Village kind of stuff I guess, and thought it'd be useful for something. Didn't buy it, though. Then my wife went back the next week, saw it marked down even more, and snagged it for me. I married very well. Anyway, it's just a roll of felt-y plasticky whatevery stuff. I disassembled all but the top layer with the actual paving stones and then just glued it on, cut a hole for the tab, and bam. Democracy. Or something. More crappy pictures (still the same batch as before with all the trouble I was having), and of course poor painting. But a lot of fun. Thanks for looking!
  9. Another mini completed for February. This is a mini I have been intending to paint since the new year for a friend's character and have procrastinated getting him done. So finally I sat down and put some paint to him. I present to you Gaius the Half Elf Rogue of Cel'Romus. As I am working on completing more minis I tried to strike a balance of making him look good for the tabletop while not putting in so much time that I wince every time one of our players knock him prone or sweep him to the side of the table among a group of minis. Overall I am happy with him and since he will be making his debut on the game table tomorrow I hope my gaming group likes him too.
  10. Hi again. Apologies for the pics, again. This is a repaint of the first mini I ever painted, Sandra Garrity's Dirk, Male Rogue. I painted him up to serve as a tiefling rogue in a short-lived campaign back in the early 00's. Here's what he looked like before: Here he is now, after some fresh paint. I tried to stay in touch with what I'd tried the first time, only in a way that made me want to hate myself less (though like recently mentioned elsewhere, I much preferred taking my pics on top of the fridge at our old place; I'm having no luck at all setting up lights and crap, now): Thanks for looking!
  11. The last of my postings from 2014, Werner Klocke's Bailey Silverbell, Dwarf. A lovely mini, and one I wanted to paint for a while, I finally grabbed her as my wife decided she wanted her to represent her (albeit gnome) rogue in a PF campaign I was running. Unfortunately, the campaign collapsed before she could put the mini into action, but I was nonetheless pleased that my wife loved me enough to let me paint a mini for her. And to play in an RPG. She's pretty good like that. Anyway, these pictures are pretty awful; I'm kind of posting just to post. The skill level is obviously not great, but I absolutely could not capture the dark colors I used. Everything's kind of a wash, here. But I did it, so here's it. Thanks for looking!
  12. I finished off the female thief I started work on at the January NEMPA meeting. Less than one month to get a miniature done! The original plan was to use her as my character in a one-shot that was intended to be today, but it got snowed out. She didn’t come out quite how I imagined the character so I decided to switch miniatures anyway. Some notes on colors: Highland Moss, -Jungle Moss, +Lemon Yellow for the blouse Rattlesnake Leather, -Umbral Umber, +Tanned Leather for the pants Ruddy Leather, -Umbral Umber, +Oiled leather for the boots Blond Triad for the hair Tanned Skin, -very thin Violet Shadow, +Fair Skin for skin I’m not super happy with the eyes on an absolute scale, but I am very happy given that this is a Darksword model, and they have realistic (aka, tiny) eyes. The base is from Micro Arts Studios Dark Temple series.
  13. The bones version of Hellakin painted up for the little people challenge.
  14. Also painted up for the little people challenge:
  15. Hello all! To you I present this fine sculpt by Tre Manor, going by name of Dilean Softstep but used as a base for ub3r_n3rd's elf character. Mod job to make it similar to ub3r's description included cutting out the blades and crafting plasticard "kukris" curved blades; sculpting an eye-patch and horsetail. Paintjob is an attempt at the brushes by yours truly, trying to keep to the topic of a nature rogue... on a roof. Since the mini was intended for play, I designed a small diorama-vignette where the actual 25mm square base could be placed, with the intention of making it non-obvious while in place. Base is carved foam, cardboard and some bits of wood. Hanging bat is leftover putty; hook is small wire bended and glued, rope is actual cotton thread. I tried to do a design that was a slice of reality, and thought the "open" chimney space was a cool idea... in retrospective, I don't think it works as intended. As always, many things did not go according to plan or desire, but I am still happy of the outcome and how much I learnt from the piece. In the end, I hope it is displayed proudly by ub3r as a token of friendship, and that this rogue rolls true in his Pathfinder games! C&C welcomed, as usual! Now for some cell phone photos taken before the trip from Argentina to the USA... Closeup of the arm tattoo: Detached mini: Base without the mini: Mini secured for travel:
  16. Here is the second one for the month. I created her to work well with Damien. Hope it looks decent enough. Those metal bits on her were a bit tricky to get to work right and the belt kept giving me fits. such a tiny brush was needed that my eyes were starting to ache, but it is done and I am happy with the way it turned out.
  17. Just had a few points left to finish on her, so I finished her up and here she is. Aria, Elven Shadow: As always, C & C welcome!
  18. Arwen, from Games Workshop. I picked this miniature to finish off 2014 (to get my 2014 total to an even nice and even number) because it probably paint fast. I was somewhat surprised of the result. I'm quite pleased, especially since it didn't require at much of an effort.
  19. I've recently relized that the end of 2014 is fast approaching and I'm nowhere close to completing my second (and most important) painting goal of 2014: that all 2014 purchases must be finished within 2014 (excluding kickstarters). I've spent most of my (recently dwindling) paint time just working through my quickdip pile and really slacking off the metal pile. But as 2014 moves towards its end I really need to pick up the pace. So here's the Kassata Lewynn by Reaper Miniatures. I finished this miniature to use as my character in an ongoing DnD 5ed game.
  20. Pretty quick paintjob of Reaper Dark Heaven Blue Orchid Assassin (SKU 2588). I matched the color scheme with the evil cult I had painted up earlier. Edited to add SKU to title and tags
  21. I'm a big fan of the Arcane Trickster prestige class from Pathfinder-- would Reaper consider making a miniature of it? I know that Pathfinder Society hasn't made this class an iconic character, but I think it'd be pretty widely enjoyed, and a pretty interesting model. Here's a picture of the Gnome AT from the CRB!
  22. I posted a diorama here a few weeks back, but it was never meant to be permanent. I was finally able to remove them all from the diorama and base them all. They are a team to me now and tried to keep the bases simple and matching. Deathsleet's base took me a lot longer and I'm pretty happy with it. Diorama link here if you are interested. I hope you enjoy.
  23. Here we go with more Bones for you viewing. While trying to decide on colors thought I go with colors of one of my favorite super's Spiderman. Thanks for viewing and happy painting.
  24. Here is another tabletop-bound mini. He is my Varisian Half-Sylph Grifter/Ninja character for the Pathfinder (I use the term loosely) game we run. He is in the process of trying to find a cure for vampirism after being bitten by an elder vampire lord and coming back as a partially turned vampire. Whoa. Anyway, the idea is tabletop quality, so I didn't kill myself too much on all the buckles. However, I'd like to point out that I used a tip I learned on these very forums to do the studded armor. I used a toothpick! It works great... Without further ado... Lord Cirrus Valens, Fey-Friend
  25. A buddy of mine at work requested I paint a rogue. This is the first mini I've ever painted for someone else. Hopefully, he likes it. Did a lot of dark colors, since he seemed like a shadowy guy. Even tried for a little gem effect on his broach. I feel my painting is improving. The eyes don't make me want to paint nothing but oozes, otyughs, and grimlocks for the rest of my days. I'm less satisfied with the basing. I tried some snow and added some earthshade to get it to look dirty. Not sure if I'll stick with this. I may scrape it off and try again. Also, I should probably have painted the broccoli base first. Still need to work on my blending, but now at least it exists. I added a little snow to the upper folds of the cloak, to make it look like it's still snowing a bit, and left little bits stuck around. The single flecks aren't glued on, and if I do rebase him, I can just brush them away. Nothing's sealed yet.
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