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  1. lazarp

    Cyclops toy

    So I've seen a bunch of people using "big bucket of monsters" toys for dnd and I decided to try it too. Did this guy in under an hour while watching tv, super relaxing! Will use him as a wacky cyclops in my campaign
  2. So just finished this figure last night. This is part of a set of four Shadowrun figures that I've been painting recently, the biggest and most time-consuming of the quartet. He didn't have lots of metal, but he's such a big figure the sword and the arm brace kind of are very obvious, so hope they turned out well. I think they're a little too blue, but that's just the way they turned out. Anyhoos, enjoy this little Cyclops and his murderous ways!
  3. This was an experiment in HQ speed painting using thinned, semi-opaque paint over zenithal priming. In all it took about 8 hours including the base (damn chipped vase already!). Pretty happy with the results, and now onto the other 30 big monsters...
  4. These were painted in several sessions. I would call this low tabletop quality, taking around 2-2.5 hours each figure. I really wanted some 28mm Fimir to paint and to use for Heroquest and/or D&D (Pathfinder) as a new monster that my players will not have heard of (my group has never played Warhammer... or messed with the model ranges). One group was converted using Games Workshop Ork and Goblin pieces, as well as a Bombshell Miniatures axe. I'm happy with them all and I'm happy to say the converted ones (the standard bearer) was the most frightening conversion I've ever done, it was a weapon swap drilling out the hand, which I've never done and I feel I succeeded nicely. Bog Raider King:
  5. Yet another of my impulse buys from Reaper Miniatures, I recently finished Reaper's "Jack and the Beanstalk" boxed set, plus a duo of back-up for our beleaguered Giant. They'll certainly be useful in "Storm King's Thunder", so I may actually have a purpose for this! Be nimble, young Jack! What's this you run from? A nest? Perhaps they're gold on the inside (this way they're useful for a few more scenarios) Ah, that's how you got up this high: What's that coming after you? The sound of thunder... Close up, our pursuer reminds me of Trevor Philips of GTA V: Ah, Cyclopean back-up from the West Winds, borrowing a spare head from our first Giant: Another cold-blooded comrade joins our Giants in the chase for young Jack: The young Jack seems woefully outnumbered and outsized: Ah, but to the rescue comes Sir Forscale, demonstrating that bigness is no match against scale shots:
  6. I realize, in my last few mega-posts of Fungi and Frogfolk, I forgot this Cyclops I did at the same time. He was made in sympathy...I was really hoping we'd see a new Cyclops in Bones III. He's converted from an Ogre from the short-lived World of Warcraft miniatures line. It's too bad they went against God's Own Scale; the sculpts were pretty good, but the fact they didn't blend with anything else led to the early demise, IMO. His club is from the Bones Marsh Troll, the sack from the 6th Edition Warhammer Giant, and the skull from a Goblin banner (maybe).
  7. So I finished the Undead Regiment. Background story.. the Vampire Queen lost a big battle, fled to a swamp/jungle area. Subdued the swampfolk and now faces a rebellion. Some swamp creatures follow her, others oppose her. Here is the full regiment. Mixed Manufacturers. Mixed types of Undead. I will post them separatly or in smaller groups for better pics of them all. I will try not to flood the forum, so today the regiment and the first solo/smaller groups. The rest will follow shortly. The Vampire Queens heraldry is red and purple so all the Undead have this colours somewhere. Also as a sign she is mistress of the swamp, her heraldry has a snake in it, variations are found on the shields and banner. Now the horde:
  8. And here is the Cyclops belonging to the same Swamp Based Undead Army. I will not post all minis at once. Since I got accidently banned I'll have to repost all I painted.. Oh well.
  9. So I don't have a cyclops joke, just two more painted miniatures. First is the Pathfinder Vordakai. This is a fantastic miniature (that my painting does not do justice), an undead cyclops. I can heartily recommend this miniature for anyone's collection. Fantastic detail and a unique subject. My sincere praise to both the scupter and original artist from Pathfinder. My photography does no favors here either; the image is too washed out. I used Photobucket editing to up the contrast a bit, but it is still not right. And this is a P-65 cyclops that is also available in the Warlords line, the Reven forces, with a goblin (or somthing) riding on his back. The P-65 version had no handler. I should have left it on the Warlords base and I could have used it for a Warhammer Cygor.
  10. This is my first Skorne model, sort of a color test for the future ones. I knew I should have taken a pic and maybe asked before I washed his armor. I had this very bright glistening brass/gold armor. It doesn't look much like it anymore. I kind of like it this way too, but it was a bit of a shock how dull all the metallics got and then on top of that how even more dull they got once the mini was sealed. I had to paint a lot of him over again once the mini was sealed, I am not sure if that can be avoided next time with the sealing, but I am thinking that I may try a redish wash on the next one? Anyway the base was a complete experiment and came out nice I think. I always pictured Skorne more in the tropics, beaches and such, with their banners waving in the salty wind. Hopefully I captured that in this model. Hope you like it!
  11. This isn't a new figure. In fact I painted it about twenty-five years ago (bloody hell!), but I've left it since then gloss varnished and sans-base. I've finally got around to giving it something of a scenic base, and squirting it with matte varnish. Never let it be said that I rush things. It's a Grenadier figure, I believe, and stands about 70mm tall from foot to crown. I've never actually used it in a game, and I really should remedy that.
  12. I started to paint my first cyclops today. If someone did this mini and his maste, I would like to see how it was connected with his master. I'm not sure how I will do it in the moment. First picture is little blurry, but I didn't do much, only painted skin and fur in vallejo royals purple: After drying I painted the fur in vallejo pale yellow and used old GW Chestnut ink: He lost his hand while painting him, I think I will use 2-component-glue this time.
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