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  1. Hi there! I've started a diorama project, and I thought it would be good to post my progress here. This is my first diorama attempt- I have just been trying All The Things to see which ones I like best!- and so far, so good, I suppose. I'm one of those folks who learn best by doing, so here goes. I'll be using Reaper's 03172 Hippocampus and Pegaso's Nymert, along with some Morland Studios Sea Accessories. I've built the base from scratch using Excalibur casting stone poured into a laser-cut plywood disk, along with lava rock, bark chips, and some hydrostone...so far. I'm going to
  2. So I got this guy from the melt bin during Reaper Con, and right now am doing a tutorial using his base ( http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/62033-sea-floor-base-tutorial/ ) But when I get around to painting him himself, that progress will come here Here is how he was at the start of the tutorial (he's not this color scheme anymore) and then I decided i didn't like his texture and tried my hand at giving him new scales with green stuff. I gave him new fins too, and gave him more of a belly so he isn't as snakey thin I"m going to be doing this color scheme, with a
  3. I had a bunch of new figures arrive the other day. I am trying to decide which set to paint up first. Any thoughts? Here are the new fishmen, a mind flayer, and an evil cleric of the sea: I'd like to paint up this guy to be a green and/or bronze dragon: A storm and a cloud giant: Two more dancing girls: A marid and a hippocampus chariot: So, which one first?
  4. This is my Secret Sophie to Klarg1. He asked for some monsters he could use in his campaigns. I thought it would be neat if he could have something for land and sea so an antkeg and a Hippocampus was selected. unfortunately the Hippocampus would not cooperate and come off its working plinth so it is a little more of a showpiece than playing piece. I hope he doesn't mind. For me at least, the hippocampus has to have one of the most challenging textures to work with, both in finding a way to give it life and just being hard on the brush. I know I killed at least one brush on the sharp e
  5. Not sure if this qualifies completely as a diorama, but it's the closest definition I had for the thing. It was made as a special project for my best friend to help her wife surprise re-decorate the bathroom for her this weekend. She LOVES the beach and all things sea related, so this was the mini her wife chose for me to paint up. It was a good thing, because I was (and still kind of am) intimidated as heck by this mini, but at least I pushed through and did it. I'm overall extremely pleased with the end result, only finding two things that really glare at me. One of them is there cou
  6. So this is from a company called Windstone Editions. They are hand-sculpted and then cast to make copies. Pre-painted ones are their main business, but they sell paint your own ones too. These are what I painted before I began painting miniatures ( http://s33.photobuck...el/library/PYOs<<< those are all the ones i've done, most have been sold) Even the smallest of these is bigger than most miniatures (the smallest one i've painted is the size of the Bones pathfinder Red dragon) maybe that's why it's easier for me to paint the big miniatures =P i'm used to painting big stuff
  7. Well after playing with a bunch of soaps and primers, I had a number of the new Impact ponies primed and ready to go. And since they are relatively fun to paint, once again my WoK minis got pushed back by another kickstarter (this is why they are supposed to come in at different months...) Anyway, to review for those who missed it in the kickstarter forum: In an effort to get a smooth coat of paint on these minis that will actually stay put, I have tried a number of detergents to remove the mold release and a number of primers to get one that will actually grab the resin and hang on. s
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