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  1. We needed more dragons for our dnd campaign, so we painted some cheap dragon toys from the dollar store! 😄 I painted the red and the green one and my sister painted the blue one. Which one do you like best? Thanks for looking!
  2. Painted this one for my dnd campaign 🙂 Thanks for looking!
  3. I got this 7" alien at Walmart for $10. He was sprayed with black car primer, then overbrushed with a mix of Vallejo Chocolate Brown and Black. That was followed by a lighter overbrush of Chocolate Brown, Flat Earth and Black before a final drybrush of Flat Earth. I gave him two coats of homemade black wash (craft paint mixed with matte medium, flow improver and water) and his skull got four coats of Citadel Ardcoat to make it shine. The drool is small lengths of fishing line with superglue dribbled down them. They're held on with more superglue and gloss Mod Podge. There are a couple of spots on his ankles that need touching up, but on the whole I'm well happy with him. I'm working on the egg and facehugger.
  4. We needed a vulture for Rangres shadowdeep and I remembered I had a toy eagle. I was surprised by the level of detail on it and I like how it turned out.
  5. So here's three more, just quick drybrushes but I think they are good enough for my dnd table. Hope you like them too! First one is an umberhulk: before repainting: The second one is also an umberhulk I guess (painted by my sister): before: The last one is a gorgon, simplest paintjob but effective I'd say: before:
  6. This was a nice and relaxing speedpaint while watching a movie. Hope you like it!
  7. This mushroom guy was painted up by my sister. I like her work on this one. I hope you do too Here are the before and after pics
  8. So I got a bunch of gormiti toys for cheap. They actaually make great large dnd monsters. This one was done quick and simple but I think it looks quite good for the tabletop. Here are before and after pics. Cheers!
  9. So this is one more of the big bucket of monster toys. After doing the cyclops for dnd I painted this one too to use as a goofy flesh golem. Thanks for looking!
  10. So I've seen a bunch of people using "big bucket of monsters" toys for dnd and I decided to try it too. Did this guy in under an hour while watching tv, super relaxing! Will use him as a wacky cyclops in my campaign
  11. Hello guys. Warming up the hand for my upcoming seminar in Madrid, did a "test" piece on this PEZ pills dispenser. I enjoy bringing toys to life through paint, and enjoyed the challenge of this sub-optimal scult by "hobby busts" standards. I was not aiming at perfect blends or anything, more about conceptually displaying contrast, both tonal and color. Enjoy. C&C welcomed. Original stock pic, for reference: ...and I found this guy as well at the kiosk a couple weeks back, so I know what my "next" test piece is gonna be... Now if I can only find a Flash one
  12. Quick little 'paint' job with craft metallics over permanent marker on a cheap toy. Mostly done for some practice. 120mm x 95mm* MDF oval base. Classic DOOM imp shown for scale. *Found out AFTER custom ordering a bunch of these ovals that I was 1 MM off of the size I wanted... 120mm x 94mm oval, the base for enormous 40K monsters.
  13. So I was at Walgreen's picking up a prescription for my geriatric beagle's bladder, and I saw a pack of awful green plastic soldiers. Fortunately, there were two awful plastic tanks in there and at $4 for the whole pack you can't get even close to that price per tank if you're buying gaming figures. Then this happened: As it does not appear that this will be painted until I get the accompanying army assembled and primed, I shall happily entertain suggestions for more greeblies and what else it needs to have done to it.
  14. Octopus toy chopped apart & hot glued to some metal washers. 2" washer for the body and 1" washers for the tentacles. Mostly just a blue food colouring & floor finish wash over the original green plastic. Pink paint for the tentacle suckers and some off blue lightened with white for the water and a permanent marker to dot the eyes.
  15. Recently saw some octopi minis done up with each tentacle separate from the body and wanted to have a few. And as luck would have it, I've scored a few toy octopi on the cheap of recent. Here's the work so far on this one. Chop... chop... Blue food colouring with acrylic floor finish
  16. Not meant to be very good, just adding some cheap metallic onto a toy bug. Remaining black areas and teeth are Factory Original paint. Before picture is here http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/53595-plasticrack-chopshop/?p=838692
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