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Hey all, It's been a while! Didn't get a lot of painting done in the back half of last year because of a few things, but I have started to climb back to the painting desk. I have a few projects I have completed that I will have to upload, but for now enjoy this rendition of Nor'Okk the Ettin. For some reason I have a soft spot for large, Ogre-like miniatures. I like the scale, I like that they're humanoid but big enough to have really good opportunities to play with muscle tone, etc. I do have a lot of ogres set up to work on, so I wanted to make this ettin different looking. It's not perfect, but I frankly had to get him wrapped up before Bones 4 inundates me even further! Thanks for looking. C and C always appreciated.
My DM wanted an Ettin for next week's game, and since I have lots and lots of minis... Well, I guess it falls to me! First time using green liner. Also mixed in some brown liner with Ruddy Flesh for the skin he's wearing and the clubs. The beard & hair is Dragon Red.
Hey all! Been a while since I took pictures, but I got a batch done yesterday, so I will be putting a few threads on here over the next couple days. Thought I'd try to start strong; I love this mini! There is a weird thing on the sculpt that I noted in the Bones/LE forum section about the rope on his back disappearing into his shoulder, but it seems to be built into the sculpt, so I kind of ignored it and painted around it like everyone else. Of course, now that I look at my pictures I didn't take any back shots anyway so there's no real reason for me to have just said that. Really tried to push my layering with the flesh on this, I think it shows in the face coloration and flushing around the lips and nose, etc. C+C always welcome. Bonus points if someone can identify what book's inside cover is being used as my backdrop...
I started this guy at the race track on vacation, and put up a couple of posts in my consolidated WIP. But since there is quite a bit still to go on him, I figured I'd start a new separate WIP for him (<Grampa Simpson> as was the style at the time <\ Grampa Simpson>). So here are pics of the initial base coat: And then after a heavy wash: That gets us caught up to the old WIP.