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  1. Here's a bunch of giant animals from the Bones 4 Lost Valley expansion: the axebeak (44075), giant snake (44078), giant cave sloth (44079) and cave bear (44082). My typical color palette preferences tend to be fairly muted but I experimented with primary colors on the axebeak.
  2. The mighty Mumlaaaaaaaak! With an attendant caveman, just to highlight how huge this guy is. I just finished him this morning, and with him done I only have one more model to paint from the Bones 4 Lost Valley expansion. His axe incorporates a nude fertility idol, so I've created a link to the uncropped front view.
  3. He's big. He's green. He's covered in spikes. He's your friend and mine: the hornslasher.
  4. I hadn't planned on this purplish skintone for these guys. Originally it was going to be much redder, but I wasn't paying attention to the colors I was mixing, and the basecoat ended up looking lighter and tanner than I had intended. Instead of starting fresh, I made a wash with a lot of purple in it and applied it liberally to their skin, and this was the result.
  5. I'm fairly happy with these two, especially how the bases turned out. Other than that, I'm still working on consistent lighting and how top make the picture look good on both the phone and on a monitor. Also I may need to get some sort of air purifier, because the amount of dust that forms and how ridiculously quick it appears, is well... ridiculous!
  6. Big Boss Goblin for eventual theoretical Frostgrave. Fairly happy with his armor and jowels
  7. I have a series of vignette's I'm planning that all feature ogres in amusing scenes with townsfolk. The first of this series is here. With this one I imagined the young milk maid is taking her boyfriend home to meet the parents for the first time. The boyfriend, wanting to put on a good first impression has worn his best striped collar and matching belt, as well as brought his best skulls. He's a bit nervous so she's trying to reassure him. "Don't worry... Mom is going to love you." She doesn't say anything about dad, though... Any critique and criticism is always welcome.
  8. Here's a lovely family of primitive hominids for your enjoyment. The two cavemen and the caveboy are below, but you'll have to follow the links to see the cavewoman and the fertility idol, since there's some paleolithic nudity involved. Shaman and Fertility Idol (Front) Shaman and Fertility Idol (Back)
  9. I just finished this up yesterday. The color scheme was taken from one of my kids' picture books (How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food?); there was a polacanthus in there that was just as spiky as this guy, so I thought the green and purple would look nice.
  10. Social distancing finally has me painting again, digging this cave spider. I had been painting through bones 4 with only the paint from bones 4 as it was all I had, but my recently acquired MSP core set 1 making a cameo here as only uncluttered surface at the table.
  11. My Werebear was the 4th mini I've painted after a 3 year hiatus; this winter wolf is the 2nd. C&C welcome.
  12. This guy was fun to paint and learned a lot... of course, I made it twice as hard for myself by trying to do it with uv reactive paints (mixed with Reaper paints of course) Did you know most spray finishes are uv resistant? I didn't until I sprayed the tongue and had to paint that part all over again. Luckily that was the first part I finished!
  13. The Stone Giant Champion (44083), Stone Giant Carver (44084), and Stone Giant Guard (44085) are among my favorite models from the Lost Valley expansion. Especially the champion. She's awesome. I just finished these this morning.
  14. Like many of you stuck at home right now, I have a lot more time to paint. I'm a little over halfway through the Lost Valley expansion but I've only recently taken photos. Here's the lovely carnotaurus in all of his chompy glory.
  15. Finished the Gibbet for the Hut and Baba Yaga...Thanks for looking.
  16. My take on Baba Yaga's Hut. Or as my daughter calls it, the bird house. I had her pick out the color scheme.... just so happens it seems to be a common/popular one. Thanks for looking.
  17. I decided to paint the entire bunch of snake cultist minis from Bones 4 as the most deadly snakes of the world. The paint jobs were fine for tabletop play, but I felt like I could have done a better job. Thus, I added more paint and touched them up. I'm much happier with how these turned out. I'm still in the process of painting the other snakes, but here are the two archers, one a black mamba and the other a boomslang. I LOVE THESE MODELS. Painting the scales was a lot of fun. Unfortunately, there are still mold lines in these minis, mainly because I don't feel like my hands are quite strong enough yet to accurately remove them, given how they run across the scales. I think I'll tackle the sorcerer casters next. One is a coral snake, the other is a banded sea krait. Painted with Reaper paints, though I also used a .005 micron to help with the lining and shadows. - TPS Minis
  18. They're not pretty but they get the point across. It was my first attempt at really pushing myself for speed. I cranked these out in about 4 paint sessions over 2 weeks with a goal of "not terrible table top". My DnD friends are in for a little surprise (many little green surprises).... More shameful and detailed photos can be found on my blog. Cheers, HMP
  19. So, here's my Bones 4 Tree of Despair all painted up. I drilled 3mm holes into the branches and trunk, installed some neodymium magnets, and then affixed magnets to the backs of the victims and bases feet of the vultures. I also made some tree canopies out of sculpy and flock, and then set those to magnets to attach to the boughs as well. Decorated a 3" round base with grass tufts and extra skulls and rocks, too. Hope you like it. Basic Tree Victims Tree Canopies
  20. I got these guys painted sometime last year, but I'm just now getting around to showing them off. They were spray painted with a glow in the dark green spray paint, which I was expecting would tinge them with a spectral look from above, and it didn't work, so I just sprayed the whole mini, then inked them, dry brushed them, and then did the painting on the bases and weapons and such. I'm pretty satisfied with them overall, though I think the eyes aren't as obvious in the photos as they should be. Oh! And they glow in the dark a bit, though that's hard to photograph...
  21. Hey everyone, I’ve been away for a little while, but life has gotten back into a rhythm that allows me some brush time. Finally! These were simply fantastic models. I throughly enjoyed painting these giants. It was a busy weekend for me, one Friday, another Saturday, and the last one Sunday. C&C are always welcome, and I hope you like them. My camera skills are as craptastic as usual... Oh! Banana-4-Scale! It’s a 28mm 3d printed on a 1” square base. It’s nearly as absurd and yet awesome as it sounds!
  22. My version of the Skeletal Monsters from Bones 4. Used Spodi's recipe, but likely with a bit more Ivory for last layer, and Reaper Aged Bone for middle layers.
  23. Here is a foutain from Bones 4, painted, then forgotten on a shelf in my workshop... Water is epoxy resin with a drop of green ink and a drop of blue ink.
  24. Argent painted as Bahamut with Vallejo metal color steel, silver and highlighted with molotow liquid chrome.
  25. My attempt to copy Frank Frazetta's iconic style in a Flintstone color scheme. As an experiment I used diffent colors dark olive green, phylo blue and burnt umber for the shadow areas. Submitted for your approval I give you Fred, Barney and Bam Bam.
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