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Found 7 results

  1. Link to the WIP here. I'm calling it done, because he needs to be playable Tuesday and the raccoon eyes aren't getting better in my temporary setup.
  2. This is my 2nd character for a 5e play of pathfinder adventure Curse of the Crimson Throne. He is Corliss Stolo, paladin of the crown (state of Korvosa) . Think Dudley Do-Right. This is mostly base coats with some shadows. I havent figured out what color for the leathers or his hair. 1 He has adamantine chain, painted with nightmare black, denim blue, ashen blue, frost blue and a little interference blue. 2 Base for cloak is rust brown 3 Base for shield is weathered stone/creamy ivory. 4 Base for other metals is rainy grey 5 Primed with grey and yellow stylneryz p
  3. So after giving a good scrub with warm soapy water, gluing him to a base, and base coating with Brown Liner, I drybrushed his armor with shadowed steel, painted his eyes, blocked in face, and hair, and then went to town with the cloak and shield. The shield is Dragon Bronze as the base, and the greens and blues are blends of Oceanic Blue, Viper Green, and Linen White and Pure Black.
  4. My group decided to start up a new 5e campaign. We just hit Level 2 and I realized we where still playing with (my) unpainted miniatures, so I offered to paint them for everyone. They're a little below what I would normally put in, but I did all 5 in a single sitting, and they are fine for tabletop play quality, so I'm happy. My largest complaint I guess, is that I apparently ran out of my trusty Testors Dullcote, so with just the Liquitex Matte Varnish I had put on, they still have much too much sheen for my tastes. But I can fix that once I have a chance to pick up more dull
  5. So here' the WIP progress thread I decided to do for my Turanil miniature. I've had the "finished" version of him posted in Show Off for about a week, but I finally got a working SD card reader so I can post all the WIP photos and do a step-by-step write-up on him. Turanil, Male Elf Paladin (Reaper Bones #77044): Undercoated in Reaper pure black and Vallejo german cammo black brown everywhere metallics will be used Vallejo Game Color bright bronze armor base coat (mail, boots, and shield edges), drybushed this on the mail to leave some of the previous black brown in the recesses
  6. So here's my latest completed mini. Other than the base coating, which I did last week in Reaper pure black and Vallejo Game Model Color German cammo black brown, I knocked him out in about 3 hours this evening. I still have a small amount of touch-up work to do (at least a second coat on the base) but he is essentially done. I tried a few new things with this guy, and I am very happy with how he turned out. First, I tried painting blue gemstones on the hilt of the sword, which I think came out pretty good for my first attempt at doing them. I also made use of my Army Painter inks, using b
  7. Starting with the last, and my first NNM sky and earth NNM. I know the shield line is the wrong angle, I should have gone way more horizontal, but I wanted pictures of how good it looks now. She may o on the shelf of shame, for all her beauty. I'd love some feed back on her BTW ... Second to last. this guy was a lot of fun, but not sure about the chest armor. Others - some better some worse: Ill update with group shots either all the bones, or possibly all the figures I finished this year (80ish?)
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