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  1. Presenting Cypher, a character from Games Workshops Warhammer 40k range. My version is a mysterious and legendary Space Knight recognisable from the giant sword he carries but never uses, while he normally lives a hermit-like existence on the various, isolated outer worlds, he will occasionally pledge his services to a quest or expedition in exchange for transport off world. Really surprised I got this one finished, he's been on my desk well past the point where I normally get fed up of looking at things, and he's not a mini I'm that interested in (I basically really like his sword scabbard). That he turned out okay too is just a bonus. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  2. Guildenstern

    Gunny Peegs - Bad Squiddo Games

    Finally finished up the Gunny Peegs this weekend - was mostly finishing off the basing. They are small guinnea pigs, with guns, from one of Bad Squiddo Games' Kickstarter (although I believe they are available on her site as well now) More pics:
  3. Chaoswolf

    Repainted Heroclix Secret Agent

    This is a Heroclix figure (Lex Corp Security if you're interested) that i got out of a Box of Goodwill. She was a quick and easy repaint, I liked the colors they used, so I just fixed them up so they weren't slopped all over each other. I figure she'll work well in modern, zombie, and possibly near future/ sci-fi games as a secret agent or something like that. I tried to paint her sunglasses to look as though they were reflecting the sky; does it work or does it look lousy? Be honest, please.
  4. Found this guy in a box of stuff. He'd been cut off the base, readied for pins, and primed. I thought at first it was a conversion, because there's a definite line across his neck and I found some putty on the back of one shoulder, but it turns out this is how he looks in the store, too. We always need goons for our current superheroes game, so I gave him a quick base coat and a wash and called it good. He's on a Secret Weapon base I got in their Bag of Crap.
  5. This is a set of minis I did for a Yaktribe thing. The girl is from Copplestone Castings. Babes with Guns. The male is a ganger from Moonraker miniatures. And the dog is a Horror Hound from the Harwood Hobbies Sinbad line.: Closeups: The pipes in the background are made from some plastic tubes from the local hobby store.
  6. Silvervane

    Zombicide: Josh the Thug

    Here is the 2nd installment in my group of survivors from Season 1 of Zombicide with Josh the Thug. I had to remind myself as I painted that it is only a gaming piece. The side view shows his machete, the piece I decided was good enough from table top. My first installment was Wanda.
  7. CrazyK

    Big Red aka Necromunda Ganger?

    One of my gaming group gave me this to paint ages ago and I forgot about it. Found it as I am packing things to move. As I haven't had time to paint much as I try to balance my time between working and packing/moving between homes three hours from each other. Decided on this long weekend in Australia to do a little speed paint. Isn't perfect. But am pretty happy for a couple of hours work.
  8. Meet Bonnie Futuristic Hero from Reaper's Chronoscope line. Or as I call her, Bonnie babe of the Secret Swedish Beach Patrol. Enjoy.. For those interested in my WIP: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/62242-50210-bonnie-futuristic-heroine-by-xherman1964
  9. I have started to paint some big 54mm and 1/6 scale minis. To ensure that I get something finished, I will now start to paint a 28mm too. Here is Bonnie Prepped and based for priming.
  10. Hanging out at Reaper for the Kickstarter party got me inspired to get my brushes and paints back out. I used to post fairly regularly several years ago, but life got busy and my hobby took a back seat. Anyway, it was nice to paint again! My friend plays a gunslinger in our Pathfinder game, and this mini from the Bones line works great for his character. I painted him up last night... tabletop is my aim, so I didn't spend a ton of time on the fiddly details. I'm happy with the way his duster turned out.
  11. catdancer

    Fantasy Vignette...Double Trouble

    VIGNETTE TITLE...IT'S DOUBLE TROUBLE FIGURES...Reaper (Sugar # 50176 & Candy # 50024) NOTE...The whole vignette is scratch built except for the (2) miniatures...it is an oval base of (4" x 2 3/4")...the stone walk is my own plaster casting. EXECUTION...During my planning stage...I wanted to feature these (2) miniatures on the same static base (as a display type vignette) where the figures sort of mirrored each other in both weapon hand & out stretched hand. But my dilemma was in the choice of motifs... (A). Execute them in a really hard rock punker motif with darkened eyes, tattoos, torn hose, etc...or... (B). Execute them in a softer semi hard rock punker motif and still maintain the cuteness of the two figures... I chose to execute them in the option (B) style. I hope you like this little piece.
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