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  1. Lord of the Dish Pit

    Beastmen

    I really liked the poses on these guys, they look like they've stepped out of a woodcut and hence are perfect as bodyguards for the local witches. I chopped up some leaves with a hole punch and added them to their bases for a more autumnal look.
  2. Evilhalfling

    beastman warriors 1& 2

    So the first I painted in rosy flesh tones and the second in tanned skin. I had them finished, but my can of spray sealer broke, the nozzle broke off, with some stuck inside. I attempted to spray them anyway - and it came out like gritty white spray paint. I repainted the skin and horns, but you can still see some of it on the bases. The internet says I can replace the nozzle with one from another spray can, but the size of army-painter sealer did not match my other cans. - it was 4 years old, so time for a new can.
  3. At the Origins Game Fair last month, I took part in Reaper's speed-painting contest. I hadn't painted much all year because of a new job, but I wanted to jump back into painting with some necessarily fast work. Cheryl (LadyStorm) ran the contest. It was right next to the Reaper booth. As usual for Reaper's speed-paints, each contestant got a basic set of 12 paints (a combination of Master Series and HD) and 2 brushes. Paint colors: red, yellow, green, blue, purple, white, black, Caucasian flesh, orange-brown, dark brown, silver, and gold. I didn't use the silver or gold at all, because I didn't want to get shiny flakes polluting the water. As you can see, I relied heavily on the browns. Brush sizes/shapes: a larger flat brush and a smaller pointed brush ... except for Round 2. See below. So now I have 3 new Bones figures to show for about 3 hours of painting. Some of the paint rubbed off along the way back home, but otherwise they are unchanged. I'm not sure whether I'll clean up the paint jobs under better lighting and with better brushes, or just leave them like this. Anyway, here they are: Round 1: beastman warrior 2, Bones #77253. 45 minutes. Round 2 (semifinal): Bloodhoof, minotaur barbarian, Bones #77251. 50 minutes. The larger flat brushes used in the Round-1 heats had all gotten frazzled, and Cheryl wanted to save some new ones for the final round, so we got only 2 small brushes for this round -- size 5/0. It's tough painting a big figure with a tiny brush. Round 3 (final): Dragoth the Defiler, plus throne, Bones #77201. 75 minutes. I quickly realized that Dragoth wasn't permanently attached to the throne, so I pulled them apart, painted the two pieces separately, and then put them back together with a few minutes left. As you can see, his back is just plain black, but at least I avoided leaving anything unpainted and glaringly white. Thanks for looking! Derek
  4. I started three thugs for my Frostgrave evil warband, but only managed to complete one of them before month's end. and here he is: So, the Brothers Grimm; Billy, Goat and Gruff. This is Goat, the middle one. The two youngest are naturally good at avoiding trolls. 77253: Beastman Warrior 2 Reaper Miniatures, Bones KS2 Bones PVC 30mm base.
  5. StardustCrusader

    77253: Beastman Warrior 2

    Beastman warrior I painted a while back (2015 or so). Painted to look like Moon Clan Goatman from Diablo 2, nothing amazing but gets the job done. Axe is supposed to be mithril.
  6. 77252: Beastman Warrior 1 77253: Beastman Warrior 2 x2 77254: Beastman Champion 89033: The Horned Hunter 77251: Bloodhoof, Minotaur Barbarian 77255: Bronzeheart, Minotaur Hero xxxxx: Beastman/Pirate Conversion
  7. Hi all, I like to paint my minis in batch, so I tackled recently all the "Beast Mode!" section of the Bones 2 Core set. I'm ultimately planning to use them as part of my Beastmen warband for Mordheim. BloodHoof, the Minotaur Barbarian is one of my favorite sculpt among these. Here he just chopped his way through a High Elf. The Beastmen warriors weren't painted that well (and I didn't clean up enough some massive mold lines), so they don't deserve their stand-alone shots. But they look nice coming out of the woods. The Beastman champion is really massive. It looks like he could hack a minotaur in half. BronzeHeart, the Minotaur hero. With his nice fitted armour and pretty axe, he doesn't fit too well with my idea of Minotaurs (blood thirsty savage beasts...). But fun to paint nevertheless. And a little group shot C&C welcome
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