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  1. Since I now have all the colours I need for this challenge, and Stormwing was suitable prepped, I didn't really have any excuse any more. My dice rolls, as mentioned earlier was: Heather Blue, Violet Red, Blush Pink. And since I have no idea of how to make those colours work together, I've decided that I might just as well go whole hog and do a 3Star challenge. So no shades or highlight colours. Just Pure White and Pure Black to help out with. I'm also adding Grey Liner, as a Primer only. Stormwing and ba
  2. So, My sister has a 'Best Friend Forever', and that friendship has lasted... long enough that one of them has become a grandmother... And my sister had her Birthday recently, and I figured to give her something slightly special... The first... Ice Blue and Moss Green dress. The second: Moss Green and Ice Blue dress... Side by side... And seen from the back: The bases was made as a single base using a Happy Seppuku stamp, cut to size, then split down the middles with a
  3. This one puzzled me for quite a while, then annoyed me for even longer. Gray fur almost worked, then not at all. I tried steel colours, then bronze, and even to make the sword look like some sort of black glassy rock... It just screamed NO at me. So I gave it another bath in the Pit of Regret, washed it off and gave it a coat of gray primer, then sat down and studied it.... Yeah, it had to be done like this. I still have a bit of a problem with getting good pictures, but... The colours is MSP Shadowed Stone as base and MSP Weathered stone d
  4. Okay... I have a couple of this adorable mini and figured I'd try to do it the way the artist envisioned it, instead of how it had to be cast... As it's only a minor conversion, and I'm not going to go into tedious detail, I didn't bother to make a thread in the conversion section. So, first off, chop it into pieces! Then chop it into more pieces, and drill holes through them! (Look closely and you can see a beading wire run through the parts) The LED I'm going to use, shown together with a part I'm not going to use, for size comparison. It's a bit bigger than the
  5. This is likely to become a very long and slow thread since I only have the main Nativity Set and one Wise man yet... Anyway, onto the wood 'stable'... Since I just got the Vallejo Old & New wood effect paint set, I decided to use that. (Actually, I got the set for this mini) First I primed it with IDF Israeli Sand Primer: Then I coated with 71.131 Concrete. The star is based with Reaper's Palomino Gold, of course. Then Sand Grey happened... A wash of Model Wash 76.517 Dark Grey, highlights of RAL1001 Elfenbein 71.075, and some Reaper Bones Drago
  6. (Formerly the Vigilant Warjack thread) A couple of weeks ago, I bought this Warmachine The Protectorate of Menoth - Vigilant (Warjack) in the hope that 'a mech should be an easy paintjob, right?' Lets just skip the mouldlines going across small details and the fact that the parts of the mould must have been misaligned, and even that they must be employing monkeys to break the parts off of the supporting frame.... So, I'm now at a point where I'm satisfied with cleaning up the details/given up fixing the mess... First I primed the parts with Vallejo Grey Primer. The suggested paintjob is '
  7. So, after the paintjob Frulla Krung got earlier, mentioned in this thread: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/67006-gadgetman-is-messing-about-with-paints/?p=1428362 I decided to re-do the mess and gave her a relaxing bath in the Pit of Regret... A few days later she was primed in Vallejo White Primer, and yesterday, I did another attempt... Skin colour is Warrior Flesh, and only a single layer. The big difference is that I this time used a flat 'drybrushing' brush instead of the usual pointed sable. (Kappel 'The Drybrusher', which I find a bit too soft for dr
  8. So, in my quest to elf up a series of skeletal warriors, it came the time to do a bit of conversion... Just your normal Skeletal warrior, with a nice coating of Brown Liner. And now it looks as if he had an encounter with a short-order chef... Take care to cut at joints so that the cuts will be less likely to cause issues when gljuing it back together. Drill holes through his body, the leg and all the way down to the base. I used a 0.8mm pit for that job. I also drilled up the neck and into the skull with the same bit. Then I drilled in through the eyesockets with a 0.5
  9. :bday: Gratulerer Med Dagen :bday: I hope someone sings you the Birthday Song !
  10. If she's a cleric, I'd really hate to meet one of their high priestess... I've posted a few pics of her before, in my 'Gadgetman! is messing with paints' thread, and even in the SirForscale competition thread, but now that she's finished, she wanted her own thread. (I've been working on her for a couple of weeks now. Speed painter? who, me? ) Can I remember which colours I used? Fur is AP Monster Brown, with the mane and snout getting a hit of MSP Dragon Black. Leatherwork is MSP Bones 09428 Saddle Brown. I kind of like the red tint of this. Her weapon is MS
  11. Okay... So I took time out from messing up Sir Garrick, browsing comics and ebay, and finished up this one. Say hello to Ral the Indominable! Destroyer of Adventurers, Defiler of virgins... And in about 30 seconds, he'll be Ral the Flat when his sister catches him messing with her brand new armor, and punds him into the dirt... Now, for the nitty gritty. I started with Brown liner, of course. The base is 09432 Desert Sand His fur is 29854 Arctic Grey, mostly covered with 09142 Stained Ivory, and a few splashes of AP Monster Brown. Muzzle and tailt
  12. Well, if not the whole of Russia, I at least intend to paint all the Tehnolog minis and models I have... First out is a Wolf, from what I understand is called 'Beastbots'... (It should have been a Bear, but it had been brush-primed, and well... that doesn't work on these, it seems. Comrade Wolf, though, had been airbrushed, and that seems to have stuck a bit better. Comrade Bear is now taking a bath... ) His fur was done with MSP Bones 09426 Charred Brown. Then I dry-brushed on a bit of 09028 Muddy Brown. Not too unhappy with the result. ;-) His armor... That red is MSP
  13. Oathsworn's beautiful and very deadly Fox Assassin. This mini is a bit out of my league for now... not that THAT is going to stop me from making a mess... There are several mold lines that I haven't touched, and really don't want to either, as they cross fur and the feathers in her hat, and that's stuff that's leagues out of my skill level to handle. Anyway, here's the first picture. Primer is Vallejo Grey Primer, except the hat that was primed with Vallejo Black. The dress is currently Tropical Blue, no highlights or shading has appeared, only poor lighting and a sligh
  14. So, I had this Golem that I was painting up in the 'messing about' thread of mine... And I messed about... and dropped it! Straight into my palette... And then it bounced off and landed on the floor... carpeted floor... So, today I gave it the heave ho, and soaked it in nail-polish remover and started over. First I used liner. Brown on the skirt/kilt/whatever, then grey on the rest. About a 6drop liner/1 drop water mix on both. Frankly, it doesn't look half bad... Give it red eyes and a dip in varnish, and call it 'Tabletop quality'... As if I could ever do something that sen
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