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Found 158 results

  1. Werewolvians

    14031 Rageclaw Warrior

    Big fan of werewolves. Hope you enjoy.
  2. terminalmancer

    77052 Aina, Female Valkyrie

    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.
  3. I tried to make his sword and eyes glow with mixed results. Overall, he came out better than I expected.
  4. NomadZeke

    77060, Bones Dragonman Warrior

    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
  5. NomadZeke

    A couple Ral-Parthas

    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.
  6. odinsgrandson

    Cake Toppers with fantasy weapons

    Here is a group of cake toppers that I did. I think the theme this time is fantasy weaponry. None of these brides and grooms decided to use the standard Shotgun or Chainsaws that are so useful to zombie survivors, and instead favored magic bows, spells, bastard swords and shields.
  7. Hasslefree's Gwen (HFH074) for your enjoyment: As always, C & C welcome!
  8. I finished up this lady earlier this week. I was originally intending her to be a bit higher quality, but she was very accident prone so I decided to settle for high tabletop level. High tabletop is where I want most of my minis to fall, so that’s perfectly fine by me. Hopefully my “high tabletop†will increase over time, but this is a good example of what it means to me at the moment. There are some spots I’m proud of (skin and brown), and others I got frustrated with and moved on (armor and blue). I did a teensy bit of TMM on her swords. Actually, her dagger was a victim of my her clumsiness and the “mid-tone†is polished pewter with no paint at all. Here’s the best closeup of the face I could get. Darksword Miniatures have really tiny eyes, so I was unable to get as much detail in there as I would have liked to. I eventually had to accept that I couldn't do any better after repeated attempts.
  9. 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 unarmored Eowyn version by Games Workshop.
  10. Start: http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n14/djizomdjinn/Miniatures/1ox4RKx.jpg~original Current: http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n14/djizomdjinn/Miniatures/IMG_9479.jpg The only real conversion I did was cut a sword off a Reaper weapon pack and glue it in her hand. She looked and felt kind of unbalanced beforehand. Gloss is a result of future floor polish. I didn't prime the mini, so flecks kept chipping off her hair and fins. Things left to do: Paint the sword blade (waiting on some interference paint), dull down and reshade the hair, base on something. Critique, comments greatly appreciated.
  11. So...I'm just a hair late posting this...my painted piece back from the Winter Exchange for Oneboot. I've not done much with demi-metallic metals in the past, so it was quite exploratory for me...also: I never plan to do runes that tiny again without the aid of magnification.
  12. Alright, so this will be the last post I make for a bit, I think. I just got my new minis in, so that should be occupying my time for awhile. I did this sucker two days ago (picked him up from my local comic shop.) He's my 4th ever attempt at painting a mini and my second Bones figure. I think I will eventually go back in and touch up the swords, but I'm quite pleased with him overall.
  13. Patrik Strom

    [60144] Ulf Gormundr, Reaper Miniatures

    My quickest turnaround from purchase to finished yet! Recieved the order this monday and completed it yesterday. I've painted this up as the miniature for a friends character in an upcoming DnD campaign. Quite pleased with the result and I kind of want to create a character of my own and use this to represent him...
  14. Metalchaos

    03484, Karlov Diedrich the wizard

    In preparation for this season's challenge, here are some pictures of the entry I'm working on. 03484 Karlov Diedrich the wizard was sculpted by Bob Ridolfi. From what I understand, we don't need / we can't use the image we choose as a background for our entry. I just couldn't resist making a little arrengement. I still need to work on the base and create an adequate environement for my presentation. Comments and toughts are very welcome.
  15. Treasure hoards from 02313, 02320 and 02652. Sculpted by Bob Olley and Werner Klocke.
  16. Owlmabbitt

    Mousling Knight (part of 03542)

    This is the Knight from 03542: Mouslings: Bard Thief Knight sculpted by Gene Van Horne. Just a gorgeous little mouse. He has not tail - possibly a battle injury or possibly amputation is a right of passage for mousling knights. My first attempt at fur - I have a way to go but I am not displeased by this attempt. Having the green of the acorn the same green as the grass was not the best idea - as it looks like the haft of the sword is spotted with grass rather than bound in the same colours as the shield. Lovely sculpt.
  17. brimstone326

    A few BONES more plus: SANTA

    Just wanted to share my holiday take on Barnabus Frost... and a few other BONES I've painted.
  18. Mojoman

    14021: Shad, Mercenaries Rogue

    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
  19. I am not 100% sure if this has been covered before or not, so apologies if this is a repost. Anyway, my storm giant is such a great sculpt, all except for his sword. No amount of boil/freeze action keeps it from really making me want to resort to bad viagra jokes. I'd imagine some kind of modding would help? I think the terms in use are pinning and drilling? anyway, I've never pinned anything before and I don't really want to start without seeking some advice. Anyone willing to impart some hard-won wisdom?
  20. I've had this mini around for a few years now and finally decided to paint her once I was more comfortable pinning. I think she's one of the best pin jobs that I've done to date :) and I thought it was relatively easy :) i really enjoyed painting her. She's just an NPC for D&D so she didn't take but a few hours to paint. I have a queue of figures to paint so I wanted to get her done before I started on the others for an upcoming show. I used her as an experiment of sorts. One of the miniatures I'm painting is from Stormtroopers (Boudicea) and she has "fiery red hair". I concocted a mix for red hair and want to know what you all think of it? I highlighted it up to white, too, at the highest tips. Mix used: dark flesh (base coat) dark flesh + yellow + dab of titanium white (mid coat) dark flesh + yellow + titanium white (highlight) titanium white (brightest highlight) I then did a brown ink wash on it after it was all dry. The other experiment I used was with "snow effects" which I used sand as the material (I didn't have any snow effects on hand) and then painted that a very light gray-blue and then highlighted over with titanium white. I'm not sure how I like it, it's the first time I did it, but any recommendations on how to do it would be fantastic. I apologize that the photos are a little washed out, these are actually the second/third set I have taken after doing a black wash over the armor to bring out the lines more and then re-highlighting. I've highlighted most to white, but it's hard to see that in the photos. C&C welcome :D
  21. Loim

    Patrick Keith Tutorial

    Patrick Keith has published an amazing tutorial on his web site dealing with sculpting a sword on an armature. Amazing step by step instructional. You should check it out. http://www.patrickkeith.com/2013/07/sculpting-linna-sword-session-1.html
  22. Chaos Wars Miniatures :: Leonaran Dragonmaster Purchased 1991, Painted, at DragonCon. One of the few minis I've ever purchased painted by another artist. More pictures available on SpringPad Listing. Any assistance with finding out this one's origins would be appreciated.
  23. Found this one as well among my un-based minis and proceeded to base them. I recall when he was purchased (early 90s), just don't recall what system they are from. Any assistance with finding out this one's origins would be appreciated. Thanks to mikem91 for figuring out my last one.
  24. catdancer

    Female warrior...Reaper 02352

    A friend of mine from California is a player in my RPG group. Comes into town about once a month...she loved the looks of this figure and asked me to paint it up as her adventure character (but not as a vampire). This is the commission piece that I painted for her. This is a playing piece (only when the player is in town to play).
  25. This is one of my RPG group playing/gaming pieces. Her name is (Sheba) and is a huntress in the game. I tried to paint her in the subdued natural earthly colors of (skins & furs). I gave her a very subtle scar from the eye bottom to the mouth corner (don't know if you can see it or not)...it is a trophy that she has from her past...I submitted this figure to the Inspiration Gallery and have heard nothing.
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