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Found 126 results

  1. Geoff Davis

    DSM7461 Male Warrior with Crossbow

    Dark Sword Miniatures DSM7461 Male Warrior with Crossbow, sculpted by Jeff Grace. Painted this up for one of the players in my D&D game. I'm painting every day, with lots of interesting projects I wouldn't have thought to try thanks to people who have been sending commissions my way.
  2. Sanael

    DSM7411 Gorgon

    Got a little bored with the half-finished things on my desk (which explains why they're all half finished and over two years old... Or eight years, in one case...), So I decided I'd start on something I've wanted to paint to a high level for a long time. Jeff Grace did a magnificent job sculpting this snake lady, and offering a lot of wonderful opportunity for painters. Although I love love looooooove Marike Reimer's subtly colored studio paint job, I wanted something with a bit more color... Beautiful as they are, Diamondbacks aren't the only snakes in the world, and I like snake-folk that aren't just Brown or green. So I'm talking inspiration from the lovely Redbellied Snake, a small species of the Eastern USA. Maybe too docile a species to expect as a Gorgon, but I don't mind. Look at the color! So the plan is to go with the highly saturated red-orange of her scutes, abdomen and face, the relatively dull brown of her back, and a pale bluey green for her dress (I suppose the dress is more or less a chiton, but the more I've looked at it, the more it starts looking like a peplos with sleeves and a very small himation...I dunno). I also intend transparency on the garment, which is why I stayed inside the lines about as well as a kindergartner on Red Bull. This is about 15 minutes of work, that's all I had during lunch today. I also did not write down my paints, so I'll get that formula tomorrow. I am super excited about that red-orange, though!
  3. Lt. Coldfire

    2018 Year in Review (pic heavy)

    Stuff I painted this year.
  4. Cyradis

    Mother & Daughter Speed Paint

    My mom and I did a side by side painting of this little Dark Sword demon frog dude. We agreed upon a color scheme and limited palette. She used my Reaper paint, and I used her equivalent Vallejo Game Color paint. She got acquainted with her nice new brush. We did these in ~1hr. Fast sloppy job for me, and enough to encourage her to start highlighting more than previous paint jobs. Not my best photos because we are painting at the kitchen table together where I set up picture booth. Tough!
  5. Geoff Davis

    DSM1159 Female witch with wand

    Dark Sword Miniatures Female witch with wand, sculpted by Jeff Grace.
  6. SGHawkins09

    Mushroom Mage, Dark Sword Miniatures

    Fun Dark Sword mage that I finished recently. I painted her fairly quickly so I did not do a WIP thread. I am really happy with how her skin turned out, I think skin is finally clicking with me. Also tried NMM gold for the first time and actually really enjoyed it. Defintely will do more NMM in the future as it made painting the fiddly bits easier. TMM was a pain when I previously painted Dark Sword Miniatures with similar ornaments, it’s good for large areas not so much for tiny ones. One last thing is a slight conversion, she was sculpted with a bottle in her hand that I made into a mushroom to tie her to the base more.
  7. Valthorn_Illian

    An ax grinder, a pile driver

    Knocked out my first Dark Sword figure as a commission for a friend. It's also my first try at sketch style.
  8. Geoff Davis

    DSM5012 Lannister Lady in Waiting

    DSM5012 Lannister Lady in Waiting sculpted by Tom Meier. I'm not sure how long this one was on my shelf of shame. I had originally intended to attempt a sheer fabric effect. Once I got the basic skin tones done, I couldn't figure out her eyes and she got abandoned. Because I am forcing myself to clear my shelf of shame, I went looking for other finished versions of her. Turns out, her eyes are closed and she has long eyelashes. I put my effort on this one into blending on the orange dress, her skin and her hair.
  9. SGHawkins09

    Desert Ranger: Dark Sword Female Ranger

    This was my entry in the Miniature Monthly End of Year Competition. It is a beautiful sculpt that was fun to paint. I had to do a desert theme due to playing Assassin’s Creed Origins inbetween painting sessions and I couldn’t get the light brown with blue color scheme out of my head. I am really happy with her skin although her left thigh looks really flat in the photo. Any feedback would be appreciated.
  10. Geoff Davis

    DSM5075 Margaery Tyrell

    Darksword Margaery Tyrell DSM5075 sculpted by Tom Meier. I struggled with this miniature quite a lot. She was on my painting desk for several years. The reduced size photos make her look a lot better than she really is, so I've added a closeup of the face so you can see where I had challenges with details and blending. Comments and criticism would be gratefully accepted.
  11. This little guy is going to a friend. The example on the Dark Sword website has his hat as a weird helmet and the dagger as metal. I saw the hat as a silly hat, and the dagger as a pair of porcupine quills. I attempted to get the fur/prickles roughly accurate for a hedgehog, which means that the back has really severe shading - the base is dark on their prickles, but with pale tips. I also freehanded a little slogan on the hat strap. Oh! And his knapsack strap only extends across his front. No cloak for it to be under in the back.... and there was no strap. So I attempted to green-stuff a back strap for his bags so that it made sense. He was fun and cute.
  12. Cyradis

    Tiny Cherub by Cyr

    While I was sick, I was painting some stuff that wouldn't stress me out. I am not all that into cherubs and the like, but Sir Cyr's mom will love this little guy. I used him to practice painting pale colors (pillow and wings). Not totally happy with the wings, but whatever. He's about 1/2 the size of a standard figure, being a seated kid. I was having trouble with photos today. So.... meh. Whatever on that!
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