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  1. Here is my most recent Townsfolk figure from the Bones 4 core set. He is also available in metal (SKU 03859). Two things I tried differently on this one were 1. no under-painting and 2. letting go. I usually apply an coat of German Camouflage Black-Brown over the whole figure to start when working with Bones. I know it has been shown many times that Bones are designed to go from blister to paint but I wanted to check it out for myself. I just went straight to the base colours, shading and highlighting with no issues. The second was more difficult. This was me telling myself to trust myself and the figure and not overwork the paint. I had to remind myself to pull back when I started thinking, "maybe I should add another blend or work that edge some more..." At first it was a little uncomfortable but after awhile everything sort of fell into place and I am happy with the results.
  2. This figure is available in metal sold as a single figure - Townsfolk: Sage. While I used the same base colours as my other townsfolk, I wanted to give the impression of somewhat fancier clothes. After shading and highlighting, I brightened the cloak and frock with GW inks (Biel-Tan Greeen and Carroburg Crimson respectively).
  3. This is the Bones 4 version of the metal one that is found in a 3-pack of townsfolk figures. I took the opportunity to do some experimentation with rendering texture.
  4. Here is the Bones 4 version of the metal figure that is found in another townsfolk blister (referenced in tags). I continued to play with texture and also challenged my self to push the contrast.
  5. Howdy, I like him more as as snake oil salesman... Step right up, Kev!
  6. I am churning out the Bones 4 core set NPC-types just to get them out of the way before I can get stuck in with the more interesting monsters and creatures. Apologies in advance for my lack of photographic skill. I thought I had found a good setting, but clearly not for all. #147: Dale the Cooper
  7. I am churning out the Bones 4 core set NPC-types just to get them out of the way before I can get stuck in with the more interesting monsters and creatures. Apologies in advance for my lack of photographic skill. I thought I had found a good setting, but clearly not for all. #148:
  8. I am churning out the Bones 4 core set PC-types just to get them out of the way before I can get stuck in with the more interesting monsters and creatures. Apologies in advance for my lack of photographic skill. I thought I had found a good setting, but clearly not for all. #146: The Honorable Miss Rosy Palm, Lady of the Night
  9. I am churning out the Bones 4 core set NPC-types just to get them out of the way before I can get stuck in with the more interesting monsters and creatures. Apologies in advance for my lack of photographic skill. I thought I had found a good setting, but clearly not for all. #49: Mendicant. Pickpocket. Assassin. Spy. Penny for the blind kind sir?
  10. I am churning out the Bones 4 core set NPC-types just to get them out of the way before I can get stuck in with the more interesting monsters and creatures. Apologies in advance for my lack of photographic skill. I thought I had found a good setting, but clearly not for all. #149: Ella, who dreams of being invited to the ball, meeting the prince and being whisked away to a fairy tale happy ending.
  11. I am churning out the Bones 4 core set NPC-types just to get them out of the way before I can get stuck in with the more interesting monsters and creatures. Apologies in advance for my lack of photographic skill. I thought I had found a good setting, but clearly not for all. #53 Rabble rouser with rolling pin. Won't somebody think about the children?
  12. Howdy, Impressionism, you say? Kev!
  13. Howdy, I failed at painting this so it would not look like some kind of indentured servant... Will tote bales for food and lodging, Kev!
  14. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/147900702/black-hallows-townsfolk/description About Welcome to Black Hallows, where light and dark wrestle for control, where travelers must be on their guard as even the most innocent looking old woman could be hiding a secret... let us introduce you to the Townsfolk of Black Hallows. The Townsfolk is a range of 14 non-player character miniatures, crafted from the highest grade, lead free Pewter (This quality of metal is normally only used for masters). They are available in either 28mm or 32mm and will come with their own base toppers and plastic bases. They are ideal for use in role playing games like D&D, Pathfinder, etc. Use them in your war games or collect and paint them for display. 28mm miniatures have 25mm plastic bases and 32mm miniatures have 32mm plastic bases. We are also offering any of the characters in a 75mm resin version (see below). 75mm resin versions have a cast resin plinth. All of the manufacture will be done in-house at Z1 Design, which means as soon as the first batch is ready, we can ship. So early backers can expect early delivery. We will deliver in order of backer number and it is possible that we will ship the first batch before Christmas. The future of Black Hallows - We are currently working on further characters including both townsfolk and hero characters. The main Black Hallows game is scheduled for release in 2019. This will include 4 factions and the option of an extensive range of scenery and buildings. We also have an author working on the Novel of Black Hallows. We have an exciting year ahead of us! PLEASE NOTE THAT THE MAIN BLACK HALLOWS GAME TO BE RELEASED IN 2019 WILL USE 32mm MINIATURES 75mm Resin Miniatures All of the Townsfolk are available at 75mm cast in resin. Centrifugal cast in a high quality polyurethane resin. Just add £18 per miniature to your pledge. You can choose as many as you like from the full range. Or you can pledge for the Collectors/ Painters Pledge which includes all 15 miniatures (including the Druid) for £240 Painted Samples The 75mm Blacksmith painted by Angel Giraldez Here we have the Druid & the Farmer's daughter painted by Elias Alonso We have to say a big thanks to Alfonso Prieto and Elias Alonso from Beholder factory for working with us to create this project.
  15. I've decided I need to get better about finishing things. And at speed painting. So. Enter my May painting challenge. For every day in May, I am going to paint a townsfolk mini from Bones 4 from start to finish. These minis will be painted to at least a tabletop+ standard but getting to a display standard is the goal. I only have 28 minis I count as townsfolk from Bones 4, though...which means the last 3 will be adventurers (1 of which is not Bones 4) for my players and my Starfinder character. And so, we begin with day 1. Today's mini is: The milk maid! I really wish Bones 4 minis photographed as good as they look. Here I go!
  16. I took photos from start to finish on this project. The horror theme wasn't originally intended but sort of came to be when I noticed the dragons blood red!
  17. Somehow I ended up with 2 sets of 03793: Townsfolk of Dreadmere: Mercenaries (3) by Bob Ridolfi, and another on the way with Bones 4. Figured these 3 (x2) would be a good set to start the year with. After a good wash and scrub, they were glued onto the last of my round Reaper bases (really like this style base) and proceed with Reaper brush on white primer. I then used Tanned Shadow and Ruddy Flesh for their faces and hands. Then used a variety of browns plus muddy Olive and burgundy wine, Black and linen white... Purple guy thinks he's extra fancy One of these two has their beanie baby collection in their satchel. Mr Jedi with an ax to grind amuses me. More to come!
  18. You can also see pirates here Girl & boy Noble & farmer Waitress and dancing girl
  19. Bones blacksmith, plus his color reference.
  20. Milk Maid done... Nice practice in shadow and highlights Hope u like
  21. Townsfolk, 03859 Cooper, 03857 Milk Maid, and 03858 Sage, by Bobby Jackson
  22. Another quickie for practice, comments and criticism welcome: I wanted to try painting white cloth, specifically on the ruffles. Circumstances dictated that this become grayish ruffles, as often happens, so her shirt became gray as well (on purpose). It pairs well with the blue at least. The highlights in her dress turned out fantastic! And then were accidentally wrecked due to a mixup of blues. I salvaged what I could. Never really tried black hair with highlights before, not sure it came out right. The only black I have is Black Ink, and used some Breonne Blue to highlight. Didn’t spend a lot of time on it though. Still can’t do eyes right, but I like the way her lips and jewelry turned out. It’s not really visible in these shots, but I managed to dot her necklace quite well (for me). Never came up with anything interesting for the shoe, however. Base is Ginger Cookie (and probably not quite dry). I like this sculpt, but there are mold lines something fierce. I got many, but am far too chicken to attempt more. A dollar store craft knife is woefully inadequate to the task.
  23. Decided these two went together, with the grandmother figure maybe working in the innkeeper's inn, and painted them with the same colours. Quickie paint jobs for both. Not thrilled with the way the green turned out...
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