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Found 6 results

  1. Mutilatedlips

    Tengu Rogue (more like Ranger) 03698

    A friend requested this one, hope he likes it. I didn't realize the model had "rogue" in it's title until I went to post tonight. I get creative control which is the best part though. I should have started painting on models like this one. A lot of fun, not overly complicated with details or crazy flowing garments. Just an elegant sculpt. Hope you enjoy :)
  2. slowbro

    03698: Tengu Rogue

    I painted this kenku today. I would have liked playing with other colors for the beak and feathers, but my players will be meeting their first wereraven in Curse of Strahd next week so I went with boring black on black. I was picking between this model and the owl bear from reaper bones. The owl bear has that fierce lycan look, but it was more expensive so the kenku won out. This is actually my first non-bones miniature to paint which added to my decision process. I used a grey brush on primer for it because I've been having problems with the humidity and the spray primer I usually use. This is my first time flocking a base as well. It turned out ok, but I'm sure there is a much better way to go about it. I'm going to clean the flocking up a bit once it completely dries. I was considering using a brush on sealer on it. My tests on the flocking show that the sealer completely ruins the snow look and makes it just look like slush so I'll probably just leave it be.
  3. Arc 724

    03698: Tengu Rogue

    03698: Tengu Rogue by Derek Schubert This miniatures was done for the miniature Summer Exchange 2015 for Marineal. I tried a new masking technique with this one and used yellow (instense yellow) to back the bands. Colors in, now time for shading The base are two wood disks of different size bought from Hobby Lobby. I then glued them together and used a hole saw to crave out the spot for the MDF base. Greenstuff and sand. Made the large plant and log by hand.
  4. Arc 724

    Tengu Rogue: 03698

    Tengu Rogue: 03698 by Derek Schubert Work-In-Progress for the Tengu Rogue Completed for the 2015 Summer Exchange for Marineal. She requested bright colors. I pushed myself to go bright. Enjoy!
  5. Marvin

    Tengu Rogue (03698)

    Mildly embarrassed to post this on the heels of Derek's fantastic painting of his own sculpt, haha. But here's my take on his amazing mini. Derek Schubert's Tengu Rogue. I straight up LOVE this mini. I was very happy with how mine turned out, to be honest. I was worried about trying to get something going with his plumage, but my initial impulse to use Nightmare Black worked out pretty well, I think. I mixed some gray in with it to highlight the beak, and I thought it worked out pretty well for me. Tried to keep the highlighting on the plumage simple. And I was hellbent to go with white for his top. But, yeah. Pretty happy with him. This was my first time painting on Rust-Oleum camouflage primer (the tan version), and I was pretty stoked about how it took the paint. Only problem, really, was that it doesn't hide my mistakes as well lol. Thanks for looking!
  6. Thanks for your patience. I've finally painted the tengu rogue that I sculpted last year. (I know, you wanted to let me paint mine first, and then you'll paint yours and post it here.) I wanted to exaggerate a lively purple-green iridescence on the raven feathers, so I used an overall palette of deep purples and blues with accents of green, warm wood, and bronze. I painted his mantle/hood and his trousers a few other ways before settling on these colors. The mantle was red-purple at first (but it clashed with the greens), then blue-green (which made the green accents not so special), and then this light blue-purple. The pants were purple-brown at first (too warm and attention-getting), then purple-grey with a lighter gray freehand dot pattern (but the pattern wrapped around his crooked legs in a weird way), then similar but with a scribbly irregular freehand (which was too busy), and finally this sedate black-purple. I really thought I would put "Japanese"-style patterning or freehand on every cloth surface, but there's a lot of fine-scale detail on the rest of the figure, so some areas just needed to be left simple. Still, I've done a quick Photoshop study of the rear view, and I think the quiver would look better with something extra. Maybe I should have painted a little color-study on paper before starting, as I've done on some other figures, and saved myself the couple of hours of redundant work. I might take another set of photos against a background of a different color, anyway. For now, enjoy! Derek
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