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  1. Started on these a while ago, and they didn't need much touching up so they're my first victories on the Thanksgiving Challenge. I'm keeping the bases simple as eventually I'll be doing a full Middenheimer warband for Mordheim. The wolf cloaks match fairly well with the Middenheimer champion I already have. He seems to be enjoying the company of his new friends.
  2. In an effort to stave off "Dwarf Fatigue", figured I'd attempt something different alongside. Wizkids Female Rogues. I've painted these before for some coworkers, and found the one on the right to be extremely frustrating do to how the cloak hung. After some lurking about on the Wzkids thread it dawned on me to use the same "hot water/cold water" technique as for Bones on them. After a resounding "D'oh!" I did so and got good results. They've been hit with some watered down Sepia Wash, and I'm pretty sure I've gotten most of the mold lines. The color scheme I have in mind is the one
  3. Last year @Pochi painted me a barbarian as an exchange fig. (located here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/80953-spring-exchange-brand-oathblood/&tab=comments#comment-1717270). More specifically she painted me a barbarian inspired by the song Holy Diver by Dio (I tend to put odd things for inspiration in me exchange forms). I liked him so much that I based my current 5th Ed. character off of the fig. Now Pochi's fig is far too precious (my precious!!) to go on the gaming table, so I've been using a bare Bones version with the intent of painting him "any day now"
  4. Slightly delayed as I had to work on editing the photos, here's the last of my recently arrived miniatures, the Barbarians that came with Frostgrave: Forgotten Pacts. First, the full might of the horde: The Crowmaster, sans crow: The Templar, who I thought resembled Tormund from Game of Thrones/Song of Ice and Fire: The Javelineer: And some solo shots of the plastics.
  5. So, I recently ran across a couple of bodies I'd created simply in an attempt to work on my basic sculpting of anatomy. I decided to sculpt one of them into a barbarian. Shortly after, I started giving him a barbarian buddy. Then, I grabbed a discarded sculpt realizing he'd make a great barbarian shaman. Before I knew it, I was creating a warband. I made 11 total members, so I can either have a spare (for when I inevitably have deaths) or I can just have them set up camp in an inn. First off, here's the whole crew. Next up, we have Grim Windreaver and his apprentice Kyryelle Blood
  6. Another pair of recently finished works, though photographed through the same techniques that I probably won't re-use as the Elves, are a pair of Barbarians. Kord the Destroyer from Bones, attempting to capture the feel of the Diablo III Barbarian design: And a rather familiar looking Barbarian from Hasslefree:
  7. The next set of Dwarves I recently painted from Hammer and Forge, the Barbarians, Pelters, and Dragonslayers. The Legendary Dragonslayer may have the coolest cloak ever.
  8. In between all the minis come from Kickstarter, I managed to get some work done on pieces already in the collection. First up we have some more historically accurate Barbarians; Vikings from Wargames Foundry.
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