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  1. For my Pandemic Challenge I decided to paint this nice doggo with gasmask. It was the first mini that I printed with my Elegoo Mars Resin Printer. I'm giving him a spare resin base I had lying around. Started with Reaper Grey Liner. The Reaper liners are excellent primers for Bones , but also for Resin!!
  2. A pair that I painted over the winter. Sorry about the glossiness. Dulcote hates me.
  3. As a little present for my youngest stepdaughter I painted this Zombicide Survivor Dog as our Boxer Brutus. Nothing too fancy. But he looks like the real thing just enough to convince people. No Boxers were harmed in the process.
  4. I made more progress on my Zombicide Survivors. Here is number 4: Amy. I wasn't comfortable with painting up the fishnets from the artwork, so I went with lite pink. Otherwise I went for close to art work. As with my other models, I went with no blood on the survivors. Only problem is the blade couldn't be straightened perfectly, but she is for gaming, so good enough. Here is Amy: Thanks for looking and any C&C you feel like giving.
  5. Here we have a survivor from the Zombicide: Black Plague core box, Nelly. I don't think she's happy. WIP here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/69781-zombicide-black-plague-nelly-samson-and-silas/
  6. Here we have a survivor from the Zombicide: Black Plague core box, Samson. WIP here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/69781-zombicide-black-plague-nelly-samson-and-silas/
  7. Here we have a survivor from the Zombicide: Black Plague core box, Silas. WIP here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/69781-zombicide-black-plague-nelly-samson-and-silas/
  8. This is the last mini for my caravaner warband for this is not a test, I also included a group shot. 5 reaper minis and 5 brigade games minis. Hope you like;)
  9. I really like this guy but I think I went a little to far into the Reds on his skin tone, anyhow here you go ;)
  10. My first brigade games mini finished, he will be called smiley the caravaner
  11. Another week, another survivor that I don't know the name of. (Fluff, who reads it?) For the second female I attempted to conquer the Scale75 Arabic Shadow. Of the paints in the flesh set, it is the one that I find kind of odd. While it's worked ok as a minor component of darker mixes it just doesn't look right next to any of the other colors, especially the lighter ones. In order to get my shadows and highlights to play well together, I tried to make sure that each mix was at least a quarter Arabic Shadow. After many mixes and much layering I've decided that you can get a decent skin out of it, but it was a whole lot of work to recreate something that I believe already exists as part of Reaper's Olive triad. What I have isn't well blended, but I've lost interest in her. This survivor is topless though she does have a conveniently placed arm that covers her just as well as any other fantasy female garb. As such I don't really consider her NSFW, but I've gone ahead and attempted to create a dropbox photo group using just one link. It's working for me, but if anyone has an issue with the link I'll add in separate direct links for each photo. The images are autocropped for preview, but clicking one will start a slideshow. Female Survivor Once I finish the lion I'll do a group shot of all the starting pieces for the game. If I'm feeling particularly motivated I might even touch some of them up with the feedback I've received so far. That said, I'm starting to feel a bit of KD:M burnout so I might work on something unrelated this week.
  12. This guy took a while and is probably over the top for a gaming mini, but I present Zachary of the First Story of Kingdom Death: Monster! Flesh tones are basically what I used for Rollo last winter. Golden Highlight, Tanned Skin, Redstone Highlight, Russet Brown. I subbed in VGC Ivory for Linen White. I added Muddy Soil to deepen the shadows and create some definition in them. The cloth is basically Alien Flesh shaded with P3 Coal Black and tinted with glazes of Camo Green. Highlights mixed in Ivory and I deepened the shadows, mixing Walnut Brown into the Coal Black. The slight bit of NMM was that Coal Black/Walnut Brown mix brought up with Alien Flesh and Ivory. For the base, I just tried to emulate the game board's colors while sticking to colors used on the mini previously. WIP begins here
  13. Once again its Sunday night, which means it's time to snap some pics of another Kingdom Death Survivor. When I started these I wasn't really planning on painting one per week, but if I keep it up that would be 52 minis/year. I would be happy with that. This time it's a female survivor, whose name I do not know but I'm sure Cash does. For this survivor I decided to try out a few paints from the Scale75 Blood and Fire set that I hadn't used yet. Her dress was basecoated in Fuchsia and shaded with Sunset Purple. To get some more practice with extreme highlighting I took some parts up to white. Her back is kinda flat so I decided to freehand in a spine, but I didn't reference how many vertebrae should fit so I'm almost assuredly wrong on that.
  14. My first KD:M mini has reached the almost complete stage so it's time to take some dual purpose pics! These are part show-off, part see if there's anything I want to touch-up before sealing images. Honestly I can see plenty that would need work if these KD minis were destined for anything higher than the tabletop, but they are instead on a collision course with greasy pizza fingers. For those that didn't see my posts in the assembly thread, I decided to attempt a cold light on white stones. To keep with that idea I attempted a blue light in the lantern. I initially painted his cloth white, but didn't like how it looked next to the stones and went for something completely different. I am now adding red to my list of colors that I can't photograph. It appears to be very intense in the photograph, but is not quite so overpowering in hand. Since he's not going to be entered into any online painting competition I'm inclined to leave it as is and not worry about how it photographs. Here's how the base looks from above, and pretty color accurate. Sometimes my camera does behave.
  15. 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.
  16. External link as a bit NSFW, Non-nude but risque https://41.media.tumblr.com/edf2e113914c908c6e77305a25a15b84/tumblr_no4s3578nF1r6d50qo1_540.jpg The nose on survivor Dakota is nearly non-existant, the lips are the other hand are very much present. I think I've managed to create a passable enough face. The zombivor version doesn't have either issue.
  17. I've gotten entirely away from painting High Fantasy and am having a grand time exploring other genres. One of the genres I'm into is zombie survivors and have discovered the work of Kev White who sculpts for Hasslefree Miniatures. His grasp of human anatomy is excellent and his style is immediately recognizable. I painted Joe up last month and am just now getting round to posting him. I made the base myself from Sculpey. Joe looks like he knows how to swing a bat, he's fit and he's got attitude. After plugging his attributes into the official CDC Zombie Survival-ability test, Joe scored an 8 out of 10. I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm hanging with Joe when the apocalypse arrives.
  18. Felicity from Hasslefree Miniatures. I'm really happy with how she turned out. If I ever play in a zombie apocalypse game this will be my character. I might have gone abit overboard with the blood on the bat. That could use some more attention.
  19. Here we have the first survivor I've painted from Guillotine Game's Zombicide board game. WIP here
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