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  1. These three pieces have been sitting around in a box for ages, I rediscovered them the other day and decided to just have at them. They really did not take more than a few minutes plus drying time each. 77136 Well of Chaos 77139 Altar of Evil 77137 Sarcophagus The well was filled with a drop of blue and a drop of unshaken green (=blotchy and stripey as the pigments had seperated alittle) vallejo paint. Just one drop directly from the dropper bottles into the well each, a very gentle stir an
  2. Figured I'd post these since I finished up these two recently. The Well of Chaos I decided I would try out some Blood for the Blood God technical paint to make it look like it was a sacrificial well. Turned out ok, and I may end up repainting the blue areas to gold or bronze or something like that (haven't decided): Then, I painted up the Ghost King I got with Bones I KS, and decided to do a side by side comparison of it versus the metal one I painted up several years ago. I really like the look of this mini for some reason :)
  3. Picked this up from FLGS on Friday and painted it up yesterday. Very much a quickie paint job by my standards - under 2 hours total. (I'm not a speed painter. ) I was originally going to try to do it fairly realistic but then went off the deep end and started adding highlights with spectral white. It looks weird but that not-quite-right look appealed to me. What do you folks think? Comments and criticism appreciated as always. Edit - replaced picture Edit the second - added missing tags
  4. I think this came with the first Kickstarter, or maybe I bought them separately; in any case, I've had it sitting around unpainted for quite some time. It's 77136: Well of Chaos ($3.29) by Bob Ridolfi. On the red one I've tried painting on a bit of light reflection to give the impression that the pool is glowing. It's pretty much my first go at this technique, and it actually doesn't look too terrible I think. Here's a view looking more down into the pool (though it doesn't add much).
  5. It has been a busy month: Finari Astrid the Bard Mummy lich Townsfolk with broom Terrible pirate, finaela Her torso and legs seem to be different scales. Her breasts could be that low, if she was a old women with several kids, but the bikini wouldn't hang like that. If I re-carved her chest and added a breastplate it might look better, but still not perfect. 1: Has anyone else painted her? Well of Chaos the water stain is not as dark as I would like, and I'm not sure the white glue in the basin worked very well, I considered adding a stream of water 2
  6. It's been awhile since I posted anything, as I've been taking a painting break. I'm getting back into the swing of things now, and figured a good way to warm up was to work on some relatively easy dungeon dressing pieces. First up was the Altar of Evil: Followed by the Well of Chaos: Lastly, a zombie. Ok, he's not dungeon dressing; who's counting? This guy was actually done as part of teaching some family how to paint. We each did a skeleton or zombie. A side motivation for working on the dungeon dressing was to pair it up with my recently received
  7. So, more Bones painted: Thundercats, ho! Too easy to make a joke... More terracotta than Georgia clay, but anyway: Born on Monday... Technically not all Bones: Technically not Fire Beetles:
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