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  1. So this is an old miniature that I finished a couple years ago. He was the main villain of my Pathfinder campaign before I switched to D&D 5E. Some of you may notice some similarities between him and a certain death knight from another realm. I had intended to do a show off back when I finished him but life got in the way. Here are some close ups I actually attempted TMM (true metallic metal) style for the sword. It take a bit to get it at the right angel to see the highlights etc. That skeleton is a bones miniature skeleton that I cut up for parts. Here is a comparison between the new one and the old miniature that I actually used during the game. This older one was painted about 7-8 years ago.
  2. "The new Jarl sat on his fathers chair. Three months ago; it had been feasting, drinking, wenching, battles to partake in, the clash of weapons and war. Now since the old Jarls passing it was endless council meetings, diplomacy, and boredom. Oh to be guilty, and alive once more !!!" This is an Andrea 54 mm metal miniature. I was given this as a gift, and the moment I held it in my hands I went nuts with anticipation. I have been working on this for 23 days. The detail is incredible, the whole sculpt is a wonderful challenge. I have adored every moment working on this. While I still maintain my preference for 25 mm pieces, I won't shy away from another 54 mm piece. Amazing what it feels like to have space for creativity. As always; your C/C are welcomed, and sought after. Leave me some feedback; please. Here is my interpretation of the Norse Lord. Jay Here is a link to the WIP: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/65936-norse-lord/
  3. I have been cleaning and filing this Miniature since Sunday morning. This was a gift from my best friend for co-celebrating his wedding. Knocked me out of the park when I opened it. While they are away on their Honeymoon, I have the pleasure of putting this incredible sculpt together. Mold lines on base have been driving me up the wall. So I now have gotten my first 54 mm challenge. Quite an interesting piece of work. I took some photos as I have started his assembly. Feels good to have a WIP again. Here is what I am working with, oh.. small bag still holds helmet, arms and head. The helmet (much to my relief) does NOT have horns. That does a Nordmans heart good. Jay.
  4. So this is my first 54mm figure. The figure is from the Andrea Warlord line from Andrea Miniatures. It was quite the challenge for me. My photography isn't the greatest. I should really take a class. Anywho....I made the tree from picture frame wire. Props to Julie Guthrie on her tree making class. The base is made of layered cork, with the edges filled to hide the layers. Hope you enjoy. Thank you for looking.
  5. I've been working on this Andrea Miniatures piece for some time now. It's my first 54mm. It's taken much longer to complete than I anticipated. I was quite discouraged for some time, and kept putting it off. The base is cork, and the tree is made from wire. It's a Julie Guthrie tree. They are yet to be painted or primed. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for stopping by.
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