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  1. Some of the June projects done so far. Another of the fighter types I had chosen because who doesn't like a baddie.
  2. The last of my June projects done so far and the last of the three fighters I had primed for the month.
  3. Enjoyed this model, experimented with white hair for the horse.
  4. I probably should of stripped her before painting her, she was primed way back in late 90's with a spray can when I was briefing into the hobby but had destroyed her arm when her staff broke off. Saw her in my bitz box and figured why, not so re-scuplted her whole arm for something to do and just started painting, but some of the detail on the jewelry got gunk and they were hard to paint.
  5. Couldn't really come up with a color scheme I wanted for her than just said well she's a barbarian so brown armor will always do.
  6. I know most will say nice face because it came out fairly well, but I loved doing his cloak most.
  7. Here is the Warlord Unicorn, #14457. I like the dynamic action of this pose. It feels like he is ready to stomp and skewer someone. And we will just call those mold lines 'battle scars.' Did anyone else have trouble trying to get rid of those? I could not smooth the seam on the horn down. He was painted with a pale blue undertone to his coat, and a pale mauve to his mane, tail and feathering. The undertones were lightened up by adding pearl white (#9100) to each layer. I plan to do another one of these in black, once I get my hands on a pearl black bottle. Group shot!
  8. Havn't been able to paint much this last month and a half but did manage to squezze out a few. Seek out the "Red Robin of Everwine Forest," they would surely know your quest and maybe of some help, said the sage.
  9. Haven't been able to paint much this last month and a half but did manage to squezze out a few.
  10. I bought this guy as a potential diorama subject, but he wasn't quite right. I did a quick paintjob to get him off the table/out of the shame pile. I recently found out how to make crystals out of sprue.
  11. So, a few questions: Mercenaries. There was a post about how if we take so many mercenaries we will lose our faction benifits? is that true? if so, where do I find the limits and who can go in what force? Going to a shop with plentiful reaper next wed and want to have a shopping list in hand for what I can use in my necropolis and crusader forces. SO, we can have: 0/1 warlord 1/3 captains(assuming no duplicates with UNQ?) ?/? sgts? So after that, elites as many as fill the slots, soldiers, I am assuming we can mix and match as we darn well please? I'll have more questions, right now I am painting up a storm, just did 8 battle nuns, 4 characters last night. so today I start basing my other solidiers and elites.
  12. I just finished her a couple of days ago, always wanted to paint her but never gotten around to it until now.
  13. One of two I recently finished. A favorite oldie I just gotten around to painting, I've always luv Klocke's old work.
  14. Here she is from my wip thread.....yep a DROW......
  15. On her I wanted to see how far I could lighten my drow skin with it still looking like a drow, don't know if I succeeded or not. I do know I picked the wrong model think yea alot of skin showing but after I did the skin and took a look at the armor I was at a complete lost on how to proceed.
  16. This one I just finished this morning...u guessed it.... a drow.
  17. My waste paint receptacle for my ogre squad. Nothing special or exciting but he's done too. probably his best side here. This side no so much. I don't know think he translated into bones as well as some of the others like the ogres. But then, he's just a mook so who cares. Oops! Looks like I hurt his feelings. He'll feel better when he's amongst his metal brethren. He has a much better base than they do.
  18. So here they are. The Ogre Squad. You can see the WIP here. I love how nonchalant and casual this guy looks. especially when compared to this guy. The oldest of my ogres. Metal and unfinished for years because I was just never happy with him. another angry ogre fond of the face(s) on this guy and also the pig. The rope on the barrel was a little frustrating though. It had a mold line right down its length and even though I wasn't doing much line cleaning for these guys that was both a hard one to fix and a hard one to ignore. the bones black ogre has the best grumpy ogre face. He painted up nicely with very little clean up to ignore. the other metal ogre Kagunk and his amazing shield. This guy sat just primed for a good long while as I just was never sure how to handle the shield face. The older chieften's club face was easier since it was always going to look like wood, but this I had to think about a bit. I think it works pretty well. a few attempts at a group shot. Bigger minis are hard to keep all in focus at once. There it is then. There are a couple of details I see I still need to do and the metal chieftains need to be sealed. But otherwise that is it for this lot. I did by the other ettin in bones and I might order the other ogre leader and I think I have a bones half ogre around somewhere. If I paint them I may update this with new squad members. We will see.
  19. This is a Patrick Keith sculpt from the Warlord range and I have loved it since it came out years ago. She would be a really cool player character, I don't know why we don't see her more often. Great dynamic movement with this one. Anyway, I threw some color on her, so maybe she'll end up on the table one day.
  20. Hello everyone, here's my second 06132, Skeleton swordsman. This Warlord Necropolis Grunt was sculpted by Kevin Williams. Like the first one I painted, the lightning on its sword is freehand painting. These huge swords are great canvas to elaborate all kinds of effects.
  21. As some of you know, @buglips*the*goblin and I paint some German Infantry of WWII for Warlord Games tabletop game Bolt Action - or another similar set of rules. You can find our WIP thread ->here<- But though the key to success is hard work, all good projects some when end somewhere. To celebrate this, we decided to set up a Show Off thread. So ... enjoy what we come up with until all of our Germans are painted ... (which will be in ten years or so) First off - the first 5 men of my winter unit. Enjoy More to come! @buglips*the*goblin You're next.
  22. Painted that one in 2017, but never made pictures of him. But last weekend he got a gig as a model in the photography class. So finally: Picture! Yay! I used fluorescent paints for his eye sockets, so they glow under UV-light.
  23. Next mini off my shelf of shame: The little mummy from the warlord familiars pack III. Only when I painted the eyes of the scarabeus I realised that the sculpt is one eyed. And then I was too lazy to add the other one. Oh, well... Just a quick paint up, enjoy! C&c welcome!
  24. Finished! This is another one of my long term residents of my shelf of shame. Stripped, re-primed and re-painted after an unsuccessful first attempt. I tried for a somewhat mayan color scheme by googling pictures of mayan art and choosing the paint closest in colour that I had. Fun fact 1: The mayas produced a special blue-green pigment which they used in their paintings. This pigment is very resistent to weathering. It's known as maya blue. Fun fact 2: Mayas used the same word for green and blue, meaning different greens and blues were seen as shades of ONE colour, not as belonging to two different categories, like for example in the English language. I had a lot of fun with the water effects. But next time I have to cut back on the sea foam, it definitely looks better when applied sparingly. Enjoy, c&c welcome, as always!
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