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  1. I started out with an Egyptian Undead faction in my Lost World but it didn't feel right. http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/69308-lost-world-project-glitterwolf-paints-coldblooded-creatures-and-conquistadores/ After some good advice from @malefactus I decided to move the Eygptians to their own thread. The first one is my Mummy Captain. Now working on a Grenadier Undead Rhino Captive Carrier with a Bones Priestess as Crew
  2. Another 3D print today, this time from Lost Kingdom Miniatures current (October 2020) Patreon release. The Canopic Sorcerer More info, pictures and awful puns below.
  3. The flickering glow of the torchlight illuminates the dusty, hieroglyphic-covered walls of the forgotten tomb. Moonglow clings to his hat as he carefully scans for signs of the hidden entrance. A small indentation betrays the location of a door in the stone wall. Carefully, the adventurer pushes his way through. The room is barren and dark, except for a single pillar of light shining down upon a small pedestal. On top sits a small box. Moonglow carefully crosses the chamber and approaches the box. He lifts the lid and peers inside. "Ah, there's my old minis!" Who's Your Mummy? Today I felt like sharing some more of my older work that hasn't been posted on the forums yet. This time it's the Bones mummies that are getting the spotlight. These mummies were one of my first large painting projects. It seemed impressive at the time to be working on 8 things simultaneously. They're a bit dusty from all the drybrushing, but I think they look the part, and I'm a fan of the red-gold color scheme I settled on. More Photos beneath the spoiler: These were a fun little set and were perfect adversaries when my players visited the City of Time and sought to stop a Lich's return to power. After failing once an resetting the clock, they had to fight their way through a mummy-filled temple complete with crawling claws and sand-filling rooms to stop the Mummy Lord from returning to his former Lich status. What's your favorite mummy encounter?
  4. A Mummified Anubi Hero from Lost Kingdom Miniatures. Printed on my Elegoo Mars. Part of my Shifting Sands Project: WIP HERE: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/79372-shifting-sands-glitterwolf-paints-egyptian-undead/
  5. I am really enjoying Rangers of Shadow Deep as a solo play experience. I am currently painting up the opponents and some rangers for the Across the Wastes adventure. These are all Reaper, about 50/50 Bones or metal. Lots of drybrushing again. The scorpions are just dark grey spray, washed in black, with drops of 'orc blood" from Green Stuff World used as venom. I also used some foam clay to make rocks for the scorpion bases.
  6. Most of this Early Modern Monster Hunter/Classic Monsters series I've been doing is based on late-Renaissance and early-modern Europe, with notes of high moors shrouded in cold mists; filthy cities with crooked narrow cobblestoned alleyways; high castles on remote crags, etc. But the world's a big place, and it's good to remember that the pulp authors that popularized the monster hunter as recurring character (particularly R. E. Howard and Manly Wade Wellman) had a soft spot for Africa in their stories. So here's Ogana, a hero straight out of a Charles Saunders story, with a great Don Cheadle profile. Another fun sculpt, easy to paint and embellish. [Side note: if you need to make a Sword and Soul adventuring party, this guy plus Nehanda, Jaatu, Rhasia, and Jigeke would be pretty rad.] Far to the north of the grassy fields of his home, the red desert whispers and calls. There, a traveler may sometimes find the great pillared houses and temples of the very old men from long ago who once lived there, in the times when the land there too was fertile. But the red desert spread and spread and swallowed the grass, leaving none for the cattle; and the old men could not move their houses to follow the grass, having built them of heavy stone, and so there the pillared houses stay, empty except for the sand and the wind. Or perhaps not so empty, thought Ogana, hearing the grating sound of a large stone slab moving over stone, and then the pad of footfalls in the rapidly deepening dusk, footfalls so light on the sand, lighter than that of a man full of blood and water and meat. Ogana hastened to hide himself behind a column and watched. It seemed not *all* of the very old men from long ago had left this place.
  7. Put your left hand in Put your left hand out Put your left hand in And shake it all about Do the hokey pokey and turn yourself about! That's what it's all about! Sigh. So I meant to get all these lovely Egyptian themed minis painted in October. In the end I only got the standard mummies done and the mummy warriors' bandages barely started. Looks like I already have my November painting challenge minis lined up. Completed pics of the rest hopefully next month.
  8. This is the Crypt Lord from Wargods of Aegyptus ( Crocodile Games). He's part of my Shifting Sands Project. WIP here: https://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/79372-shifting-sands-glitterwolf-paints-egyptian-undead/&page=4 Omar was furious! His good for nothing son had been herding the goats and when he returned by the end of the afternoon one was missing! He hadn't even noticed it wandering off. After he had smacked his son around the head, he took him with him to search for the little goat. They had to be quick, it was getting late, Omar didn't feel like walking around in the desert at night. They searched for the little goat everywhere where his son said he had been. Omar got an eerie feeling, with every mile they got closer to the ancient ruins of a forgotten civilization. He rather not go there. To his dismay his son pointed at some tracks, unmistakenly goat prints and heading for the ruins. Cursing under his beard Omar slapped his son around the head again. Let's go! He shouted at the ignorant youth. It didn't take them long to reach the ruins. Ancient walls and buildings, some half buried, some above the ground, others no more than mere rubble. Omar had been there once before and that had been during bright daylight, now it was getting dark and he felt uneasy. His son once more found tracks of the missing goat. They led to one of the smaller buildings. Alright! Omar said, you stay here and warn me if you see anything strange! I'll go in and find the goat! Omar stepped into the building, it was dark inside. Now where could that stupid goat be? He walked through a sort of hallway, then he heard a muffled sound around the corner. Finally! He thought. Omar walked into the next room and stared into two red glowing eyes.
  9. Presenting the Scarab Mummy, a minion for the Egyptian faction in the game Twisted, he's a mummy that's been redesigned to have a more pleasing beetle theme (which I guess technically makes him more of a Flesh Golem). Had a lot of fun with this one, I'm still pretty bad at painting gems but I think I'm getting better. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  10. The painting theme of the month has been chosen! The Undead of October will emerge from their (freshly painted) graves The miniatures have been selected… Here’s what's on the painting table:9 Bones Skeletons (from Bones 2)6 Undying (Death, minotaur, lizardman, elf, halfling, & dwarf skeletons from Bones 3)Bone Fiend (Bones 2)4 mummies (Bones 2)Hecklemeyer & Styx (25th Anniversary mini)Dust King & Tomb (Bones 3)Demi-Lich (Bones 2)3 Nefsokar mummies (Bones 1)26 (or 28 if you count the broken tomb and the tiny puppet) minis, in 31 days? Less if you count the vacation in the middle of the month… Plus one day since I started on the last day of September. Granted, the skeletons should all go really quickly, but even still, it’ll be a push to get it done, but this would push me over 100 minis for 2018… Since everything is already lined with brown liner, the plan is:Dirty Bone on all the bone and mummy wrapping!Scorched Metal all the armor and weapons Heavy Sepia Wash pretty much everythingHighlightsSpecial Minis:Demi-Lich - Thinking green/purple flames?Hecklemeyer - Black & White costume? Black, White, & Red?Nefsokar mummies - Lots of gold and bronze. Dust King - Seriously tempted to paint it up like the ice lich from Warcraft… As for their bases? That’s a little more work. The skeletons, bone fiend, and maybe the dust king will get bases to match the flocking on the tombstones. The demi-lich and hecklemeyer will probably get some sort of sculpted flagstone base. The mummies? Haven’t decided. Seriously tempted to give them dungeon flagstone bases too… Okay, so it’s really unlikely I’ll finish all of these in October, but maybe by November?
  11. Starting a WIP thread to track the progress on my October project to paint minis for the classic Universal Studios monsters: 02156: Mummy of Hakir 03248: Classic Horror: Dracula 03249: Classic Horror: The Monster 03250: Classic Horror: Wolfman
  12. Howdy, Kev! P.S. Who's your Mummy?
  13. Howdy, All Reaper this week... Kev! P.S. Do you have any idea how much embalming fluid stings?
  14. This guy was always intended to be toy box level painted. Basecoat, dry/damp brushing, and a light wash of Army painter mid-tone. But I actually really like the way he turned out.
  15. Bones 77145: Mummy Captain. Part of my Lost World Project. WIP Here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/69308-lost-world-project-glitterwolf-paints-coldblooded-creatures-and-conquistadores/&page=111
  16. Whoop WHOOP, first part of the big commission done. They look pretty nice lined up like this I think the customer is gonna be happy!
  17. Finished the last of the Yellow Sign faction, got a group pic that I'm gonna upload later but these are the final wave! WIP thread:
  18. Hi guys! My friend and I stopped by for the paint and take at Reaper's booth at PAX Unplugged and painted our first minis. Any and all constructive criticism welcome, we did the best we could in the limited time we had at the table (45-50 minutes). We definitely wish we had more time, more paint choices, and maybe a couple more brushes, but it was great fun. I'll definitely be painting more in the near future. Without further ado here they are (mine in blue, friend's in red) We didn't really know what to do with the faces, and I was definitely having trouble figuring out what went to what/what was a seperate thing. I like how my friend did the loincloth two seperate colors. I also liked his bronze sword color. Thanks for looking!
  19. So it's been forever and a day since I've painted a Reaper figure, and I've never painted a Chibiesque mini before. On Facebook though, my wife saw a painted version of this delightful little big headed mummy and told me how much she liked the figure so that got me to hunt it down and paint it for her. It was nice because being a face and rags, it really didn't take too long to do, I think from beginning of painting to end, not including the base was probably five hours. I went more green on his face than the greys I've seen in most of his renditions just for something a little bit different and I didn't want to make his bandages too, too dirty, so tried to still leave them with a linen or cream color. Anyhoos, here he is, enjoy!
  20. As I said before, I finally have a camera (well, it's actually my wife's new smart phone) that can take reasonable pictures of miniatures. Now I just have to learn how to take good pictures (and learn how to paint ...). Here is the Bones Mummy Captain. As always, I'm aiming for tabletop standard as playing with the miniatures is the first goal. I should probably start doing more/better highlights (any other CC welcome).
  21. The undead are always fun and easy to paint. Id like to accumulate more varieties in the future. This mummy practically painted himself.
  22. Hi guys. I've been away for a long time, but I finally did a quick something to shake off the cobwebs and get putting paint on something again. Just a quick mummy. I started with a thin base of Vallejo Ivory, then Army Painter Strong Tone over everything. I did some highlights with Reaper Stained Ivory, then mixed some Vallejo Ivory in for a lighter shade for higher highlights. Plus of course the detail work, the green eyes and the darker flesh bits. I like the teeth I put at the edges of his mouth. I tried to make his hands bonier and whiter along with some other exposed bones but don`t like how they turned out, I might pull them back a little darker later. I think the gray primer is also showing through the sand on his base but I'm not worried about that.
  23. My partner this time around was SamuraiJack, so if you haven't check your mail yet stop reading! I'll edit in some tags later, but for now no spoilers!
  24. This mummy was hungry when he woke up. He is now snacking on the poor adventurer who woke him. He is making a mess on the mable floor of his tomb as he is tracking the blood around and dribbling on the floor. The pose was a bit strange with one hand held up and one hand near his face, so I tried to make sense of it by putting a big bloody hunk of meat in his outstretched hand. It's a bit gratuitous, but I'm ok with some gratuitous gore once in a while. If I ever use it in a D&D game, he is definitely tearing someone's arm off on a "natural 20."
  25. I tried taking a Zen of Bones approach to this bunch (Thanks Buglips!). These are part of my 4 year olds "Toy Box" minis. I only took lage flash off and pretty much pretended that tne mold lines don't exist. They got a zenithal prime and the 4 year old painted the bodies. I painted faces, clothes and bases. These were treated with Army Painters mid tone quickshade (first time using it). I then played with my static flock generator which worked fine on the mummy bases (which I didn't catch in the photos), but was sad on the Ghast bases. either way they look good enough IRL. Photos are poor as I didn't put much effort in them either. Enjoy! And before the quick shade.
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