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  1. This little guy will be a wedding cake topper at a friend's wedding this week. I wish I had the time, energy, and ability to do a better job, overall; it feels in many ways incomplete. But I really do like how the wing pattern and spine turned out. I really struggled painting his body, and frankly I'm hoping nobody gets around to looking at his legs and feet. He does look like a nice little fire drake from the top, I think. This was another exercise in not trying to be bigger than my britches.
  2. This was the Young Fire Dragon that I painted for my mother for Christmas in a crazy panic after I realized that I'd forgotten to paint something for her after deciding that would be the main part of her Christmas present. Oopsies. A good 60% of the time that I spent painting it was spent working and reworking the wings. I didn't get a very good picture of the outside of the wings and it's no longer in my possession. I'm not a fan at all of the base that I threw together - despite that fact, one of the things my mother said about the gift (which she loved, btw) was "the meadow looks so perfe
  3. Hello everyone , I am new to the boards and just started out painting Reaper miniatures. I'm not new to painting though as I have dabbled in painting several Games Workshop lines before, but I am coming back after a long 10 year break to painting. So it very much feels like I have some relearning to do. anyways Monday I had started out on my first Reaper Mini project from the Bones line : the Young Fire Dragon. Taking my time with the project so far I have only accomplished the basecoat of Army Painter Dragon Red. On the white miniature it is turning out very bright red and in some lightin
  4. I submit, for your viewing pleasure (I hope) a young Fire golden dragon fishing for his next meal. Bones 77026 young fire dragon. Boiled the wings and bent them out. They are still in position 4 days of hot and humid weather later. As requested I have added a salmon to the shot (be gentle I have limited sculpting skills)
  5. I'm painting up 77026: Young Fire Dragon as a white dragon for an upcoming D&D game, and I was feeling a little frustrated and wasn't making very much progress, so I thought I'd take a few pictures and toss them up here. I still plan to give special attention to his eyes, mouth, and base. I am considering doing the little wing spikes and tail spikes as boney protrusions in a warmer white, shaded to a pale warm brown? I would especially like opinions on the wings: is the shading reasonable? Are the transitions smooth enough? Also, is there enough contrast on the body? His little ch
  6. My seventh Bones completed, which also happens to be the first dragon I've ever painted! The name on the side of the base is my wife, she wanted me to paint her a dragon, and I got it done just in time for our anniversary today. Initially, she was talking about a pink color scheme, but when she saw the anguish in my eyes and heard my cry of dismay ("I'll be the laughing stock of the Reaper forums!!!"), we agreed to agree on green. Anyway, it was fun painting, but I struggled to get it really smooth looking. C&C are, as always, very welcome!
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