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  1. So for my Shifting Sands Project I would like a photobackdrop like I did for my Lost World. Sort of a little diorama/terrain piece on its own but also a nice backdrop. I'll present to you: The Temple of Apophis ( or Apep) the Forbidden God. Nobody in his right mind would worship the Suneater, or would they? Start and some shuffling around with pieces to get ideas. I already have some stuff in mind, still possible to change/add stuff. Printing the Artisan Guild Snake Statues that go with that altar as we speak. Need more of those braziers, and I will print up some Egyptian torches, maybe columns etc... Now! KNEEL before Apophis!!!
  2. The flickering glow of the torchlight illuminates the dusty, hieroglyphic-covered walls of the forgotten tomb. Moonglow clings to his hat as he carefully scans for signs of the hidden entrance. A small indentation betrays the location of a door in the stone wall. Carefully, the adventurer pushes his way through. The room is barren and dark, except for a single pillar of light shining down upon a small pedestal. On top sits a small box. Moonglow carefully crosses the chamber and approaches the box. He lifts the lid and peers inside. "Ah, there's my old minis!" Who's Your Mummy? Today I felt like sharing some more of my older work that hasn't been posted on the forums yet. This time it's the Bones mummies that are getting the spotlight. These mummies were one of my first large painting projects. It seemed impressive at the time to be working on 8 things simultaneously. They're a bit dusty from all the drybrushing, but I think they look the part, and I'm a fan of the red-gold color scheme I settled on. More Photos beneath the spoiler: These were a fun little set and were perfect adversaries when my players visited the City of Time and sought to stop a Lich's return to power. After failing once an resetting the clock, they had to fight their way through a mummy-filled temple complete with crawling claws and sand-filling rooms to stop the Mummy Lord from returning to his former Lich status. What's your favorite mummy encounter?
  3. I got this one as an STL file from Titan Forge, printed her on my Elegoo Mars. Background is blue foam, I used the GreenstuffWorld Egyptian Roller Pin on that. The two Canopy Jars are from Reaper's Nefsokhar Weapon Pack. Base is from a BOGW. She's part of my Shifting Sands Project. Meet Zafira, Raider of Tombs and Pyramids. WIP: https://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/79372-shifting-sands-glitterwolf-paints-egyptian-undead/page/14/#comments
  4. For my Shifting Sands Project I wanted a Casket of Souls / Altar of the Damned. I scratchbuilt the altar from foam with the help of a Greenstuffworld rollerpin I gave it an Egyptian look. The bones/skulls are from the Greenstuffworld Crunchplates Then I added: The Caster: NUDITY!!! https://www.reapermini.com/search/Fatima The Ghost appearing from the Casket https://www.reapermini.com/search/banshee/latest/77096 The Guardians https://www.reapermini.com/search/anubi/latest/14390 https://www.reapermini.com/search/sekhmet/latest/77340 WIP HERE: https://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/79372-shifting-sands-glitterwolf-paints-egyptian-undead/&page=6 SHOW OFF: LINKED FOR NUDITY: https://postimg.cc/5X12nGzw https://postimg.cc/bZTNMT04 https://postimg.cc/bDKzbF8S https://postimg.cc/WDYpp1Hn https://postimg.cc/568t51X4 https://postimg.cc/0M6kzqgq https://postimg.cc/sG73J9D6 https://postimg.cc/PL5rkw2J https://postimg.cc/N5vsjVpW https://postimg.cc/HjyWHH4w One unoffending pic ( thx @Rigel)
  5. Statuesque's Pulp Alley line is going away forever, but when I saw this figure I knew it was non-negotiable! There's a recurring character in my Weird West games, a yuan-ti pureblood and snake cultist called Doctor Apophis. I had been using the Deadlands Noir Houngan mini for this, but hoo boy. The serpentine features, from the smoothed-out ears to the wide-set eyes and fangs! The precision-incised hieroglyphs! Click for turnaround: "Farouk, can it be true? Did the ritual succeed?!" "Your doubt wounds me, Hassan; have you known me to fail in the past?" <INDEED, I LIVE AGAIN.> <IS IT NOT WRITTEN ON MY FLESH THAT I SHOULD RETURN? IN IMPERISHABLE WORDS OF THE HIERATIC SCRIPT THAT WILL OUTLAST THE HATED SUN.> <THOUGH YOU ARE BUT DOGS AND JACKALS, YET YOU WILL SERVE IN THE COMING NIGHT.> "Aziz, what does he say? I am unfamiliar with this dialect." "He...he says he is very pleased to meet you and looks forward to working with you, O Farouk!" (We've seen Aziz and Farouk before.)
  6. Finished the Bones Version of the Avatar of Thoth. Sculptes a bit of ruins with a Greenstuffworld Rollerpin. Thoth is often depicted as an Ibis, I choose the Red Ibis as inspiration. WIP here: https://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/79372-shifting-sands-glitterwolf-paints-egyptian-undead/&amp;page=9 Lots of pics, I tried my new cell phone and it seems to do it's job well.
  7. This is Reaper's 14048, Fatima, Nefsokar Cleric. Or rather it will be when you click on the links because she's super NSFW, front and back. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE PAINTED FIGURE FATIMA, NEFSOKAR CLERIC. There isn't a WIP thread because I couldn't figure out how to make one that would abide by the board rules. But questions or comments are appreciated. The images are hosted on Instagram so you can post comments there too if you like.
  8. Sculptor: Bob Ridolfi I fished this cute girl out of the Box o' Goodwill from the Reaper forums, so it's only right that she make her way back to another forum member as an exchange mini for Secret Sophie 2016. Tricksay wanted to receive "open to anything"; I love when people pick that, because I can just paint whatever I feel like. Thanks to Bonwirn for giving me a bunch of Hirst Arts blocks to make the diorama out of. After I took these pictures I realized: OMG, you can't even see the rear half that I spent so much time on. Despite the chance of ruining the mini, I carefully drilled a magnet hole through the bottom of the base so she can be removed. I threw in a gaming base as well for picture taking purposes, and just in case Tricksay ever wants to use her in a game. I was joking with my friends at paint day that "no, those are her adventuring clothes; convenient necklace, weird skirt-thong and all."
  9. Put your left hand in Put your left hand out Put your left hand in And shake it all about Do the hokey pokey and turn yourself about! That's what it's all about! Sigh. So I meant to get all these lovely Egyptian themed minis painted in October. In the end I only got the standard mummies done and the mummy warriors' bandages barely started. Looks like I already have my November painting challenge minis lined up. Completed pics of the rest hopefully next month.
  10. One day this will be a diorama with some archaeologists. One day...
  11. My partner this time around was SamuraiJack, so if you haven't check your mail yet stop reading! I'll edit in some tags later, but for now no spoilers!
  12. This character comes in two versions. I already painted the nice one. This is her evil, medusa headed version. I also experimented with very pale skin, using Spectral White and Lavender. That mop in her right hand is the wig that the other model wears to cover her snakes. Link to NSFW image.
  13. Finished up a couple of figures from the Temple of Set project. The guy on the left reminds me of someone I saw in a movie once [wink]. The cultist originally had a flail or scourge in his right hand, but it broke so I replaced it with a second blade.
  14. Huge box of sandstone Lunesdargent Workshop terrain arrived from KS and I'm starting to paint it up... Trying to pick out a paint scheme and I'm looking for suggestions. I'm looking to do Egyptian style ruins rather then a "current" time version that might still having colored paint. How the pieces come is in the upper right ... I've tried a dark redish-brown GW wash reikland flesh iirc (upper left), tempered it back with a heavy bone drybrush (lower left), also tried a 20:1 Reaper Ruddy Brown wash lower right. Not really happy with any thus far, and don't want to burn out too many pieces on tests. I found some pictures of a hirst arts set with a paint scheme I like, but I'm not entirely sure how to achieve the effect. Maybe a heavier ruddy brown wash with a bone or sand color drybrush over it? I can't link to the pic as its on another .com but if you google image search for etomb359.jpg it will come up. Appreciate any suggestions!
  15. A little something I picked up from my FLGS's discount bin; this 54mm scale mummified minotaur comes with a choice of horns and pole-cleavers to attach to an otherwise simple assembly. Here are the parts laid out before priming. I still struggle to decide which horns and weapon to build him with. Using one means not using the other, after all, but I figure they'll find another place to go eventually.
  16. This is my used artifact merchant. I am very happy with the paint job on him. I am less happy with the fight he and I had over being pinned. I have had him finished for awhile but when I went to pin him on a different base, the pin popped out the side of his foot, chipping the paint and making me mad at him. He was sent to time out in a tupperware for a few months until I took him to paint day today to be based. I touched up the chipped paint (when his pin broke, I dropped him so he had a few scuffs) and made a new, simple base for him. I used the Bones jars as an accent on his base. His foot is a little wonky and I didn't want to do any more harm to him trying to straighten it so I will live with it. Besides the pinning accident, he is a very fun little guy to paint with lots of character. I was not keen to attempt more freehand than on the stripes on the pants but for someone with more confidence, his vest begs for a design! Hope you like him!
  17. One I did just for fun. He was a cool model, and lots of fun to paint - just the right amount of detail. He helped in working on my NMM, and OSL and this is my 4th 'real' attempt for both. It turned out not too bad. Ugh....I just realized I need to fix up the back of the sword....
  18. This is the "Egyptian Princess" from Dark Fable's third crowdfunder. I thought she looked better with the darker skin tone. Full image linked for nudity. A dwarf musician. I was trying for an olive skin tone, but it came out more green than I liked.
  19. This is the finished product of my work in progress here. The model should have taken me about a month or so to paint, but the work in progress pushed me to work on it more often. Just about every night I did something with it. The first base I painted was a premade resin base. However, his legs were too spread apart to fit properly, so I made this one myself. Used a bunch of my modeling clay which was not cheap, but I figured it was worth the effort. I actually liked the work in progress forum. People were very supportive and gave nice ideas. So a big thanks to those that followed my short journey there and I think I will return in the future. Without further adieu...
  20. I got at least one request to do a work in progress for my next model........so here I am :) Not sure how I feel about WIP posting. I sort of like the surprise of seeing a mini for the first time posted finished. We shall see what happens. ...and yes, that is a robotic thumb I have. some of my implants may be called cheating by some, but I say there is no crying in miniature painting! Get your own robotic appendages. Based skin and some shadowing. My eyes are having trouble seeing where skin ends and cloth begins. This is not going to be an easy mini. My own wash concoction. Happy with the experiment, exactly what I wanted which rarely happens. painting the bandages and started on some metals. Usually colors are easy for me, but the painted mini I was looking at for reference has relatively the same colors I would have gone with. Sooooo...trying to picture some other scheme in my head since I don't want a copy of what was already done. Either I have a master plan or I am avoiding certain areas that I don't want to paint yet. Not sure about the metallic purple armor trim either. I know the purple armor trim on the leg has got to go. Still not sure about the shoulders, I kinda like it. On his back, the purple brings out the eye of Horus design nicely. Things don't always go as planned. I spent a lot of time painting that weapon and just could not get what I wanted. I like it as gold more. At leas you get to see what might have been. After that I'm Almost there. The sash up front and tied around his waist. Some touching up, sealing and then it will be on to painting up a nice base. Finished Painting the model, time to work on a base. Oh man, at the foot of the stairs! Big blob of putty with some freehand sculpting, some recycled stands made into stairs (which I am a little regretting clipping his, because I could have jammed them into the putty instead of using other items to keep him steady while the glue and putty did their trick) and some rocks glued on. a few more steps and I should it should be complete.
  21. This is Sandra Garrity's 02075, Katarina the Invoker. Technically she is from the set 03375: DHL Classics: Female Wizards, which seems to be different only in that the figures have much smaller bases. To increase stability I glued her to a fender washer. This is a figure I started a long while ago and finished only recently as part of my Conga Line of Doom. I wanted to refine her further, especially the tortoiseshell cat at her feet, but time is short and minis need playing with.
  22. These are the minis that Tosek painted for me for Secret Sophie. These are the pictures that he took that are way better than the quick ones I took at the kitchen table. I loved everything he sent me and will post pictures of the other goodies once I return home but wanted to show off these painted ones now! They are Nefsokar Devourer of Ammat (14381), Khadath, Nefsokar Captain (14064), and Tomb Guard (14370). They are so cool!
  23. ***********Recruiting closed for now************** The ancient lands of Osirion are blanketed by the sands of time, and eldritch secrets and vast riches lay just beneath the sun-blistered surface. As modern Osirion opens its vaults and tombs to outsiders for the first time in centuries, many of these lost treasures and secrets are now emerging—some more troublesome than others. Hakotep I, a now-forgotten pharaoh, was robbed upon his burial. A secret sect took his heart and his funerary mask, both containing a portion of his soul. Betrayed the chance to pass on into the afterlife during his burial, Hakotep has existed in a state between life and death for millennia. The recent rediscovery of one of these lost soul fragments has allowed the trapped pharaoh to once again work in this world to redress the wrongs committed against him, and a cult worshipping him as a god-king grows in the heart of Osirion. Can a group of heroes brave terrible guardians, foul cults, and the burning sands of the desert to stop the rebirth of this ancient tyrant? Game Site: Click here to go to site House Rules No evil alignments (neutral with harsh tendencies is fine) Automatic Bonus Progression (Unchained) Background Skills (Unchained) Dynamic Item Creation (Unchained) Races do not add in the negative from racial abilities Roll Stats (4d6 drop the lowest. 2 groups and pick the set you like best. Arrange to your taste) I prefer no stat below 10, but if you want any below 10 then I'm fine with it as it can add spice to the game. Alternate rules from other books I will let in: Retraining (Ultimate Campaign) Words of Power (Ultimate Magic) Downtime (Ultimate Campaign) I tend to be easygoing about races and classes, but with that said if something is very obviously broken I will veto it. This is very rare as almost everything can be broken in the right hands. As a note standard monster races probably will do very very badly to start as this adventure is set in Golarion. I do like backgrounds and don't mind some crazy or rough ones. Even in an AP I do like to try and find ways to weave in some of the personal back stories. Keep in mind this is actually set in Golarion and has the restrictions for PC races they imposed. That said I will entertain the idea of them in the AP, but there will be limits (for instance no Drow Noble). So choose wisely. I will need how you guys came to be together or agreement to have a brief adventure that pull you together before coming for a chance to explore the tombs. I will follow examples on here and haldir 100xp for a background story 100xp for a painted mini if you are so inclined
  24. Wow, been a couple of weeks since I have been on and there are so many really nice minis posted. I've been on an Egyptian kick lately and ready to add this one to my growing theme set. Hope you like.
  25. Trying to work on my metallics and this gave me a nice big detailed sword to practice with. All in all this went fairly quick for me. Always fun deciding what to paint next, usually depends on how much I am willing to assemble. I love when I don't have to glue or putty anything like this alligator dude.
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