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Kev!'s 80028: Sister Maria conversion (InMiPaMo day 9)
Kev! posted a topic in Show Off: PaintingHowdy, For my ninth day of International Mini Painting Month I present Sister Maria from the Chronoscope Bones... Guns are not my fantasy... So I gave her Seoni's Staff... (89006: Seoni, Iconic Sorceress) and painted her as a Druid, Kev!
Hi all, the title sounds like the beginning of a bad joke, but I don't have a punchline for it... This diorama was inspired by an old model kit of a CitroÃ«n 11cv that I received as a kid and only recovered recently. I never built it and completely forgot about it until I cleaned my parents' attic while visiting them. I finally built it, and it dawned on me: The scale of the car (1/43) would fit well with some of Reaper's Chronoscope bones models! It would look awesome in a Diorama! So who would be a good model from my Bones collection to go along this old CitroÃ«n? A Nun of course! So Sister Maria (80028) it is! Now I had to explain why she had a gun in her hand... Well because of Zombie Apocalypse of course! So I added a pair of Mantic's zombies in the mix. Though, I didn't want her to be alone to face zombies. So I added the Bones Ninja (80032) in there because... well... Ninjas are like bacon: They make everything better. So there it is: The Nun and the Ninja were traveling on a countryside road when they saw a pair of Zs roaming in the field nearby. They stopped there and decided to clear them out. But since bullets are a precious commodity in these times, the Nun would be distracting them allowing her stealth partner to chop them off from the back. Some details: C&C welcome. And suggestions to name this piece are greatly encouraged. Thanks
80028: Sister Maria, the nun with a gun (Bones)
Skrill posted a topic in Show Off: PaintingHi, Here is my take on Sister Maria, the gun-toting nun. She is turning Goth with black lipstick... I'm really not comfortable painting and highlighing black. So for her, I tried to go the otherway around by basecoating her medium/dark gray, and apply several layers of black wash to darken eveything and let the sculpt do the work. It turned out better than anticipated... at least better than when I try to manually highlight black. But my camera didn't really the white on her... too "constrasty"... Taking picture is a learning process too ...