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Found 75 results

  1. Werewolvians

    77307 Wolf Demon aka Glabrezu

    I wanted to do something a little different. Demons being a perversion of nature, so yeah, this guy ended up with purple fur...
  2. AutumnHare

    77216 Companion Animals: Wolf

    I did this cute little guy as a break from all the mummies I have been working on.
  3. Base Coats: Golem: VMC Brown Rose Wolf: 9163 Dark elf shadow
  4. Werewolvians

    Fenrir-- Blood Rage (CMON)

    Odin's Bane.
  5. (Yay, typo's in the title, lol) This was painted at the recent NEMPA Paint Day on Sept. 19th by my painting padawan/rent-a-kid Spawn Number One. (My friend April's 15-yr-old son Thom...) It's the Bones version of the wolf familiar originally found in Familiar Pack I. It was primed with brown liner and painted rainy grey (body) and polished bone (muzzle, chest and tip of tail), washed with a mix of pure black and violet shadow, and then dry-brushed with the base colors again before getting some dry-brushed highlights. Base was primed with blue liner, basecoated a mix of a medium blue that came with one of the LTPKs and ghost white, then dry-brushed ghost white and then some pure white highlights were added along the top edge. I did the eyes for him. Because I was busy with so many other things during the Paint Day, we forgot to paint the nose. I'm still trying to instill the concept of brush control in him, but he has a bad habit of trying to tickle the mini with the brush rather than using long deliberate strokes.
  6. So I've been working on these recently, really small fellows, with their respective wolves. I didn't want to go for grey wolves, so tried to make them brown, mangy and dirty looking. Someday later I want to paint some grey wolves and maybe white and black when I have time. They really didn't take too long to paint. Another thing I figured out afterwards is I probably sat them too high on the wolves, but once you actually put them on with Super Glue, there is unfortunately no going back. They are also a bit separated from the wolves, but on those two lunging wolves, hopefully it looks at least like they are bouncing up and down on them. I've put them in at a bunch of different angles. So anyway, hope you enjoy!
  7. Parodius

    Dire Wolf

    Hi !!!! A really quick and easy model. I'm not a big fan of Avatar of War... Poor assembly, many bug... But this model is cool.
  8. FireElemental

    77202 Warg plus a Kitty and Toad

    I painted this wolf as a large animal companion for my husband's hunter. The medium sized version of the wolf was painted in April. This kitty was a quick color and pattern check for the wolf. Random Toad!
  9. Degare

    Animal Group (wip)

    I got the Reaper Bones Animal Companion set (sku 77216)... and decided to paint them all at the same time. All I've done so far is put on the base coat, and the color layer. I did a little shading, but haven't done any highlights yet. Nor have I painted the bases (at all). Any thoughts or advice before I highlight them and do their bases?
  10. A few months ago I attended a little two-day workshop, which was hosted by a talented Swedish commission painter named Martin Lindblom (http://amongtheway.com). This little event was sooo much fun for me, it's actually the first time I've ever painted in the company of others, and I'll certainly try to attend more of these types of things in the future. The workshop was centered mostly around two themes: "NMM" and "skin tones", and everyone got to bring their own mini. I chose Wolf, a mostly naked dude with a big sword from Hasslefree Miniatures. This was the first time I attempted NMM, and I had time to try both steel as well as a little gold on the hilt of the sword; it was really nice to have a teacher present to help me figure out where to put the shadows and highlights as I worked. It was a lot of fun to try this out, and I'm happy with the results I got. Honestly, I think my preference for most painting is still TMM as I think by my hands it looks a bit more realistic (Martin, as can be seen at his webpage I linked above, can of course achieve some absurdly realistic looking NMM). I could definitely see myself using this if I wanted a more over-the-top look though, like on a heroic paladin's sword or something. Hope you like him, and C&C is of course always extremely welcome!
  11. So the mailman just brought this AWESOME piece to my door. This is the summer exchange that Ub3r_N3rd did for me. I think it's absolutely incredible; if you're involved with the 'Randomness' threads at all, there's a lot of Easter eggs in this piece for you to find. Ub3r did a really great job with this, I'm kind of at a loss for words to describe my happiness. Anyway, enough of my gushing, here's the pics: Ub3r_N3rd will be along shortly to add some more pics or link to the ones he took during the building/painting process, check back, I'm sure they'll be better than mine. Thanks again, Ub3r_N3rd.
  12. Jaws

    Fenris Wolves

    Another set of minis painted as a learning session for the girlfriend. Basing isn't done.:
  13. So I went to Reapercon last year for the first earlier this year. Had a great time, learned a lot and hung out with some of the coolest people. What I didn't do was enter the paint contest. Remember the picture or all of the forumites holding their trophies and certificates and medals? I wasn't in there, I was taking the picture. So klarg and Cash and Monkeysloth bullied me and had me swear upon pain or stealing my booze (they said they would release my Kraken) and made me promise to enter something next year. So I will. But me being me, I don't intend to make it easy on myself. Oh no, I'm way too much of a masochist for that. So not only am I going to enter, I'm going big. How big you ask? Well, it's going to be my first contest entry of any type. My first resin miniature to boot. My first display base too. Hmm, still too easy. I know, 'll make it a tribute to a forum member. Which one? Let's go with the Forum Mascot! What kind of display base; dungeon, dumpster, stanky sock pile? Hell no! Surface of the moon baby! While I just may be clinically insane, I'm not stupid. I'll need help along the way. Not only with pulling this off but keeping me motivated during the practically guaranteed disasters that will occur along the way. Feel free to comment, brainstorm and critique. It's practically impossible to hurt my feelings. I'm my own harshest critic. Buckle up, it's gonna be a bumpy ride. Here's the basis for the figure; sixteen wondrous pieces of resin. I'll need a sharper knife.
  14. March was hard - I moved, Elderspawn had spring break and my mother-in-law stayed for 10 days. Most of what painting time I could scratch out was put into spring exchange minis. One green, and one unfinished, but I can't post pics yet. So I had to figure out what I could finish in the last three days of the month. I figured it was animals or troops. Bones 2 was short of troops so..... The Wolf, The Bear, and the Wolverine I also did a male lion, but missed the cat that was actually part of this set. The bird I skipped on purpose. Edit: added the Cat
  15. FireElemental

    77216 Animal Companion - Wolf (Bone II)

    Speed paint of the Bones II wolf.
  16. Long time ago I buid me a Barbarian Army with animal allies. Here is the unit filler from my horde. And the regiment. The Reaper Dire Bear and a Fenris Wolf from Gamezone. I know it seems like the Barbarians have no shadow. This is due to the camera, In real life they where washed with flesh wash. I sold the army years ago. So can't take new pics.
  17. SGHawkins09

    Stonehaven Gnome Knight & Wolf Mount

    This little guy was my entry in the Fantasy Single Category at OrcCon this past weekend. He was a fun one to paint and I was very happy with him. One main thing that I wish I had been able to do better was the browns. The border on the cloth, the spear, and the scabbard all were difficult to do any sort of shading and highlighting that would have any impact. I did try some freehand wood grain on the spear but it did not look good so I went with something else. This was my first time doing resin water and I am very happy with how it turned out. The mold did leak a little and it was not level but the resin hardened completely and is clear. I am my toughest critic so I was hoping he would do well but was not expecting much, especially after seeing the other entries. So I was very surprised to find out he won his category and blown away when he got Best in Show. I am still working on my light set up for the pictures. Usually they are too dark, now I think they are too bright but I have a plan for next time. Any input would be appreciated.
  18. SGHawkins09

    Stonehaven Gnome Wolf-Rider

    This is going to be my first big project of the year and will most likely be my only entry in the painting competition at OrcCon in February. I would do at least one other but I need to focus on the entries I have planned for ReaperCon. So I present to you the gnome knight mounted on a wolf from Stonehaven. I grabbed this little guy from the Box of Goodwill and have been itching to painted him. He has been primed and I have done a black base for all the metal as well as the wolf's fur. The eyes are done, except for possible color on the wolf's. The gnome's came out a lot better then I expected as they had little definition to them. Now I plan to be ambitious with the base. I am using a piece of burl wood that my dad cut up for me. I plan on painting it up as a rocky cliff with a pond at the base and a small waterfall. So I am going to have to make wood look like rock and attempt using resin for the first time. Any tips?
  19. Dilvish the Deliverer

    Happy Birthday Chaoswolf!

    Happy Birthday! May there be much pouncing and frolicking in surf!
  20. My second paint attempt, modeled after one of the characters in the D&D game I'm running, a new and young roleplayer playing a blonde female human fighter with plate armor, longsword, and a "gigantic shield", and "pink gloves", that he voices using that sort of exaggerated Monty Python/Margaret Thatcher voice. And she collects wolves. Her name was originally Jonah, as in Jonah Arc, but when he was informed Jonah is actually not generally considered to be a female name and that Jonah Arc doesn't exist, he changed it to Jenna and I wept for our youth. Yeah. (Podcast of this is going up later today, btw.) Note that I went for a design "reminiscent" of plaid... if plaid were gigantic and clearly painted on by a clumsy ogre. The shield design is loosely based on Scottish clan crests, and a Reaper paint bottlecap helped me make the circle. My basing stuff is still a continent away... but that's the beauty of using Bones, right? By the way, how hard are faces? Yikes. She looks a lot better from three feet away than on camera, to be fair.
  21. RENAISSANCE FAIR...THE WATCHER. DATA...This is a stand off piece that is in conjunction with (but not limited in usage to) the livestock pens. It depicts a wolf in the brush as he smells his dinner and waits for the right moment to approach...The piece can be used (as a stand off) anywhere in the Ren Fair area and/or the Gypsy Camp area. The last photo with the male figure is only to show the scale of the livestock pens piece as a whole. Paul (Catdancer)
  22. catdancer

    Red Riding Hood...Fantasy Vignette

    VIGNETTE...Little Red Riding Hood & The Big Bad Wolf... NOTE...I wanted to do a private collection vignette of Red Riding Hood & The Wolf along the Grimm Fairy Tales art line...I could not find a figure that fit my mind eye view of Red Riding Hood...so this is what I came up with in the conversion building of this vignette...I think that it is cute, straight forward and comes close to what I had in my artist mind eye...I like it...I hope that you all like it also. PHOTO 1 & 2...Shows the back part of the vignette clearly...I used the Grenadier Troll (Horrors of the Marsh # 2010b)...circa (1983)...and painted it up like a werewolf. PHOTO 3...Shows the figure that I used for Red Riding Hood (Reaper #50176 - Sugar, Anime Heroine)...the red cape (scratch built out of sheet lead)...pic-nic basket scratch built out of plastic parts. PHOTOS 4 - 9...Show the completed vignette with the details (walking stick, cape, basket and landscape added).
  23. Girot

    03490: Warg

  24. lstormhammer

    Happy Howl-oween!

    Mornin', everyone. Got a bit inspired to slap some paint together. The pics are a little bleached out, sorry about that. The model is tiny. I wanted to do it as a black wolf pup (the halloween theme and all), but once I finished drybrushing and Dullcote-ing it, it came out more gray than anything... Hope you like! --LSH
  25. Neatpete

    Wolf Pack and Owl

    I painted these as some familiars for my d&d group. The wolves had great personality in their faces, and the owl is tiny. Have a good one!
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