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Good evening my Reaperlangarians! So it feels like I haven't been too productive this year, got kind of stuck on painting Lord Soth, which seemed to take longer than it should have, but now that he's painted up, it's onwards to other little projects. These two I actually finished last weekend, but I always take pictures with sunny weather, but it's been cloudy all week long until today. The only time it was sunny was last Sunday when I got up, went grocery shopping really quickly to Aldis and when I got home, saw the sun. I went into the shower really quickly to clean up and then I was going to take pictures of these ladies, but by the time I got out and dried off it was cloudy again. So anyhoos, pictures finally taken and here they are, the first is a Female Dwarven Warrior, not too sure who sculpted her: and the next one is Kylie Darkwalker, a Wild Elf Thief, sculptor also unknown: I like both figures, both pretty fun. I like them especially because they are Ral Partha/Iron Wind Metals figures, but I think sculpted much later in the company's history. I'm guessing latter nineties, but no way to be sure without asking. I'm a bit puzzled by my choice of colors for the elf. I figured wild elf, and though kind of woodsy elf, with brown skin (base code was Reaper's shield brown), and her top is green, but then she has those funky purple pants. She kind of reminds me if I harken back to the days of an old Olivia Newton John video, Let's Get Physical, or something like that where she has a green top and I think pinky/purply spandex pants. I actually just went to look at a picture and my memory was a bit faulty, it was a bright blue top and pink sweatpants. In any case, hope these provide moments of visual pleasure and simulation, until the next chunk of minis!
this one was a request from my son. I don't normally do multi-headed creatures (the split personality issues have to be crazy) but I couldn't find the bones one I had and this one was just sitting on my shelf with a half coat of red. so a little simple green and a coat of primer and he becomes a swamp monster in the desert. The heads have a story of their own. the one rearing back is one of the 2 original heads, he doesn't like to fight or get into a situation where he might lose his head. The others are descents of the second head and the resplitting is taking its toll. The one on the far side of the body is having problems with basic direction The base is done using my new basius 1 pad, desert island. I bought some of these when I heard that the Basius 2 was going to be late and I really was tired of waiting. I think it works pretty darn well. Anyway, enjoy! EDIT: Learn something every day! This one is a reaper mini. I did not know that. Thank you for identifying the piece and the author. My reaper search - fu is not strong. The sculptor made the id, not me, regardless of what the edit says!