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  1. Compsognathuses for my husband. I suspect I'm gonna to be attacked by them real soon. My husband's plan for getting all the minis he needs painted for tabletop RPGs is to hand part of them to. So I know they are going to be trouble soon, but not sure which game or when. I wanted to make them look feathered, but I couldn't figure out how to paint a feather texture. Any got any tips or tutorials for it?
  2. This guy has been floating around my painting desk for almost a year, so I figured it was about time to finish him up. He's been the subject of experiments from 3 different minis, so it's about time I finished him before he became the subject of more! :) He's got black skin because I was testing which shade I wanted to use on Yephima; also, I wasn't sure whether I would be painting her skin up realistically or not, and wanted another mini to practice on. This was really intended to be a fast paint job, so he turned out decent table-top. :) Huzzah! --OneBoot :D EDIT: Modified a couple tags
  3. This guy was a TON of fun to paint! I was originally going to paint him up all steampunk-ish for NomadZeke for the Secret Sophie 2014 exchange, but the more I looked at him, the more I kept thinking how easy it would be to make him look like Red from the movie Hellboy (though I drew inspiration more from how he looked in the sequel); albiet a mirror-image, since Red's big arm is supposed to be on the right. :) I filed off all the buttons down the front (with a mental apology to the sculptor), carved the goggles to look a bit more like sawn-off horns, and carved off most of the patterning on the big gauntlet-thing. I contemplated adding in a tail, but couldn't figure out a way to do it that wouldn't look really strange. I then put down several coats of Reaper's Brush-on Sealer over his shirt to smooth out the little pits and scratches left from my conversion. I free-handed his abs on (poorly) because it's a tight t-shirt, so it would look silly for the outline of his pectorals to be visible, but not his abdominals. I...need a lot of practice with freehanding, lol. It looks a lot better when it's not under a spotlight. :) Huzzah! --OneBoot :D EDIT: Changed the tags
  4. This one was done for the Little People Beauty Pagent. Comments and criticism very appreciated.
  5. This one was done for an exchange. Hope he likes it! She was an ambitious project that challenged me in several ways. I am very happy with how she came out, but she was deffinately a learning experience. Comments and critiques very appreciated.
  6. I speed paint a lot for tabletop, and this was one of those. I've been using tabletop paints as excuses to work on my NMM and I was pretty happy with the blending on the sword. I was okay with how the shield turned out, and I liked the scales on her scale-mail-dress (or whatever it was supposed to be). Less-so with the banding on the... suspenders, I guess? And I totally lost the bands on her upper arm--the texture for them kind of vanished on the lower side of her arm. Not sure if it was just bad luck with the casting of the mold, or if I used too thick paint. (If I have to ask, it's probably the paint!) I think I really need to work on my transitions for highly-detailed areas. I boiled and boiled and boiled and the sword would not straighten. Alas.
  7. So...first of my docket of 4 (other 3 pics coming later) is this little guy I painted up for GMPathfinder for Secret Sophie. I...Don't know why I have an fascination with blue DMM, but hey, I think it worked better than my last experiment with such. I know the dark flocking got TOO dark when I glued it, and I'll need to keep that in mind for future reference. C&C Welcome
  8. This is from the Castle Ravenloft set from Wizards, my "Shelf of Shame" Kobold Sorceror. He only had the base painted, and the skin painted before I picked him up again.
  9. Two more from the shelf of shame! I have no idea which these were...the staff one says "partha" on the bottom but no identifier other wise...I am not terribly proud of this, and as you can see in my tags, the hair was the worst part, the 'slightly bluish' skin a far cry as well.
  10. Just finished my last mini for January. Virina, the not-succubus. I think based on the nudity I need to link to her. So follow the links to her. front back There's a bit of weirdness that seems to be happening around her rib cage on the sculpt that I just couldn't figure out so that's just painted skin tone. Not super proud of her skin, looks a little uneven and chalky. But for tabletop from a little ways a way it's not terrible. Happy with her hair. I'll take any suggestions to how to avoid whatever I did wrong with her skin. I mean, I think part of the goofy is the sculpt, but definitely a lot of it is poor technique. Appreciate feedback.
  11. These guys were my first attempts at painting wood grain. Could have gone a little better, but practice makes perfect! (Also: I need a steadier hand.) The general effect I was aiming for was "carved wood painted in thin paint by primitive tribe" so I tried to keep the wood grain a tiny bit visible through the paint of the masks.
  12. This crocodile hopes to chomp some tasty, tasty PCs soon. I'm fairly satisfied with her for the time I put in. She's about 3 11/16" long and 1 1/16" wide. The tail and upper jaw are separate pieces and don't quite fit right, so I used some Apoxy to fill in gaps.
  13. Something I started in mid-2014 as an experiment with shading, on the scroll. I got bored and finished it up in early January. The canister on a chain I've interpreted as something akin to D&D/PF's "Soul Jar", so it's got a bit of a bluish light to it. I tried to make it look like a faint point, and had a little bit of success I think. Everything on this guy is dark--a lot of it is more apparent on a darker background which I have very unhelpfully not provided--but I still kinda wonder if that soul jar should be a little brighter. Although the shading follows the contours of his robe, the darker splotch in the middle looks like a horrible mistake in hindsight! Some mild NMM and other source lighting effects.
  14. The last of the minis I expect to finish for the January RPChallenge . The Butcher Unleashed unit painted for the start of my husbands Khador army. He wanted me to stay close to the studio scheme, at first I was unhappy as Bright Red is not something I am very good at. But thanks to DSmiles for posting how to paint Khador red I think I managed it. And thank you to NomadZeke for starting the challenge as so far it is helping to keep me painting. Here is a not so great photo of all three together(my apologizes) Now some better individual ones. First the main man himself The Butcher.. And his pups Comments and critiques are welcomed as every one helps me get better.
  15. I feel like he isn't very interesting. Any suggestions on how I could add interest for next time?
  16. The are the first of the Counterblast figures I've completed. This BdE Bot was painted a while ago, but I never got around to basing it. Finally got that done. This guy was fun to paint. Finally an eye big enough for me to work with, and no worries about having to line it up with another one . I kept the bases simple on these as Counterblast is a skirmish game I hope to be playing before too much longer.
  17. I painted up Balto for the little folks beauty contest. It was weird painting a non-Stonehaven Gnome...
  18. The bones version of Hellakin painted up for the little people challenge.
  19. Also painted up for the little people challenge:
  20. I recently started playing a game of 2nd Edition D&D with some friends (not my normal gaming group). As it's my first time playing 2nd Ed. in 15 years, I thought I'd go with something easy. Then I realized no one else wanted to play a mage. So instead I'm playing a Gnome Illusionist. What a great excuse to paint another Gnome!! (and quickly, with his AC of 8 and 5 HP he may not last long). So I present Flizbit von Klaus, Illusionist Extrordinaire! I'd planned to grab a background and take some nicer shots, but forgot and now he's quite shiny with wet sealer (we play tomorrow) so these will have to do. He was a blast to paint (I loves me some Stonehaven Gnomes!) and quick. I did him in 3 sessions, maybe 5-6 hours total, while giving my wife lots of guidance on painting her paladin (77063: Duke Gerard)). I don't usually use a lot of bright colours either, but he really wanted them.
  21. Painted up for the little people challenge:
  22. This is my rendition of Neroli, Half-Orc fighter (SKU 2946). The shield was fun to paint, but I might have overdone the red a bit...
  23. I think we got this years ago from a friend. After much looking, I finally identified this guy, I found him in the Citadel Spring 1986, Mr Abdul El-Crud. The miniature had a pretty bad paint job of Testors enamel paint on it, so I decided to spruce him up some.
  24. I originally had his skin be dark gray, but I didn't like how it looked, so I finally settled on yellowish brown. I got the idea from World of Warcraft, the new expansion has orcs with this skin color.
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