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  1. This is the bat demon. I didn't want to do a traditional red for this guy but I had a new Averland Sunset paint from GW so I thought I'd find a use for it since it didn't work on the project I bought it for. I did go with red for his hair and fur. I kind of rushed at the end because I tried to do some highlighting on his wings and it went very poorly . So since I had taken so long to decide on his base colour and made a mistake I was in danger of stalling if I tried it again and made another mistake. I guess smooth gradients are still outside of my abilities. I don't like this guy nearly as much as my displacer beast but he's finished so he is going into the display case with the rest of them! Oh and I notice now that he probably needs a coat of matte because the inks in his hair left a bit of a shine.
  2. I went with a more "bat" than "demon"type of style with him, so as to have him match the Giant Bats I've done already. He is also something of a pain to take pictures of as he insists on leaning too far forward even after the boiling method was applied. Perhaps he's simply camera shy. A toothy greeting. Swooping upon his prey. More swooping.
  3. Howdy, I was inspired to do this... Eyebeast, Bat Demon wings, Giant Scorpion tail... Kev!
  4. This is the Reaper Bones Bat Demon I wanted to try some fiery wings. Comments and likes welcome! Hope you like him.
  5. Hello there all, New member first post.....thought I would share some cultists I recently completed.
  6. Next up on the Bones-painting production line is this one, 77261: Bat Demon by Bob Ridolfi. At first I was going to paint him classic devil red, but I went with green in the end to give it a more serpentine look. I don't know why I wanted that; there's nothing very serpentine about the sculpting, but there you are. The heart has its reasons. The wings and elevated position make this figure a bit more imposing than its stature actually warrants. As far as its body goes, it's just very slightly — if at all — larger than the average Reaper bloke.
  7. Howdy, I painted the bat demon from bones 2... Thanks for looking, Kev!
  8. Someone, somewhere during Bones 3 asked if Sharpies would work on Bones minis. I have been using Sharpies to label my Bones on the bottom of the base, so I knew they would work, but it got me wondering - could you do an entire Bones mini with Sharpies? The answer is a qualified yes: This was done with a Red and Brown Sharpie for the demon, and a Grey one for the base during our D&D game this evening. The two biggest issues I've seen so far is that the the recesses are hard to get to with a standard Sharpie tip, and it has a glossy finish. BTW, the glossy finish is far more noticeable in the photo than in person, because it's washing out the detail. My current concern is how well it will wear. Update in a few days. I think I'm going to give it a wash of Army Painter Strong Tone, then see what it looks like then seal it when I'm done.
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