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Found 6 results

  1. If you paint one mini, it is best to paint another one at the same time since you can apply techniques you've just picked up and stuff like that.... Also it gives you some other details to stare at when painting... I've painted my Blacksting Wyvern at the same time as my Roc.
  2. Skrill

    Blacksting Wyvern (speed paint)

    This is my take on the Bones 4 Blacksting Wyvern. Definitely not to the level of the beautiful one from Sirithiliel. But I’m pretty pleased with it. I used a lot of shortcuts to get the most bang in the least amount of time : “blending” with airbrush, overuse of washes, and “dirty” feel to hide the crimes. This sculpt was a pleasure to work on and the large wingspan really makes it stand out (and hard to take pics of).
  3. Hi there, I just found this forum and recently started to paint reaper miniatures. This is two of the first things I have painted in years! (edit to include full mini names)
  4. Rickdraco

    Blacksting, Wyvern redone.

    After taking the time to look more closely at the Wyvern I had painted, I was not quite happy with how it looked, so I have redone the wings, claws and belly scales, as well as using a wash to pick out the pupils of the eyes. Take a look at the pictures below, comments and advice are always welcome! (edit: I forgot to add the pictures to show off the head and eyes!!)
  5. Mage Knight Kevin

    (02636) Wyvern

    This is the Blacksting Wyvern figure. I'm of two minds about this one. First off, most of the effort went into the basing...which was built up from basla, cork and lots of slate. I wanted a broken mountaintop look, and I think it turned out OK. On the other hand, for the actual figure, I liked everything about the sculpt except the wings. Because of the way they were sculpted, the wings looked very "meaty," not "membranous." In the end I just went with it and painted him like he had a couple of juicy steaks hanging off of his shoulders. LOL. Kevin in Edmonton http://www.mageknightkevin.blogspot.ca
  6. Mierot

    Wyvern In the New Year

    With my shelf of shame needing some new residential zoning, I have decided to tackle a few unfinished projects and actually complete them. 2013 was the year of the dragons...nope, didn't finish. 2014 was the year of the giants...nope, didn't finish. Oh gloom, despair, and agony on me! With that out of my system, first off the shelf is Blacksting. I started working on him maybe five years ago? Here is his current state: I believe he was the first figure I ever gap filled with green stuff. He has taken at least one dive off the shelf of shame, undoubtedly trying to fly onto my work table. I don't think I'll change the colors too much, except to do something about that gray on the wings. I don't remember what I was thinking there. I think the blues are the martial blue triad, though the neck scales look like midnight blue. I'll have to try to match the yellow.
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