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  1. I'm pretty excited about finishing this guy. Stone giant (HT8c) from Otherworld Miniatures. I used Badger's gray airbrush primer, Reaper 09086 Stone Grey and 09087 Weathered Stone 09476 Woodland Brown, Army Painter Dark Tone wash. Comments are welcome!
  2. This is Otherworld Miniatures Barrow Guardian II (model: DM30b). Painted with the Reaper stone triad, and the dark Army Painter Quickshade. Vallejo earth stuff on the base. I am still pretty new to painting, and clearly am too heavy with the drybrush highlighting. Still think he looks pretty cool though. Feedback is welcome!
  3. For quite a while, the Shrieker has been my favorite miniature produced by Otherworld Miniatures. Their animals are lovely, and their other dungeon monsters are excellent, but their Shriekers are a fantastic sculpt of a monster I love using and really haven't seen one I like of anywhere else. They're really true to the art, which I appreciate: So when I got my set of them, I waited a few days to paint it, because I wanted to be sure I'd do it right... Also it took a bit to figure out how I wanted the tentacles on the Violet Fungus conversion... Then, last ni
  4. For Black Friday, I took advantage of Otherworld Miniature's sale to pick up a lot of minis I've been eyeing for a while for half-off. Fortunately, a lot of the minis I've really been after seem to be the least popular sculpt on their mold, if I understood the sale criteria correctly... I plan to paint up most of my picks over the next week or two, starting with the really excellent Giant Leeches. This is a fantastic sculpt, made super-easy to work with by the lack of any sort of broccoli base - meaning GSing up a base was super simple, one of my favorite aspects of the Otherworld Miniatures I
  5. After finishing up my army of Purple Wurmlings from Otherworld last night, I decided to keep it chugging with some more of their minis today. I've had a fever for the last two days, and been home since I was throwing up, so these centipedes were a nice easy way to push through a couple more miniatures. And, conveniently, they let me beat my score for Most Productive Month Since Reapercon, bringing me up to a total of 46 painted and based miniatures for December so far - beating out the 41 I did in September! And I have a lot of miniatures to go... I grabbed
  6. Maglok

    Lich

    I finally got this bad boy on my painting desk. Went with the 'original' colorscheme. Really pleased how it came out.
  7. So I painted these ogres originally in X, but with my rebasing spree they came up again. I don't have pictures of the originals anymore, but I redid most of the base. :) So old paintjob, new base work. Enjoy.
  8. So... I finished painting my venomcult from Otherworld Miniatures! Woohooo! I intend to add cultists and venomous creatures from Reaper to this cult. I took, way, way, too many pictures. :) Behold!
  9. This is the only mini I finished in December of 2016, but at least it was a larger figure.... Otherworld Miniatures Iron Golem (SKU DM32d) on a 2 inch diameter Reaper base. He is painted using mostly metallic paints.
  10. So there is a cool Pathfinder Society scenario which features a awesome Otyugh. I offered to paint one for a friend. He had a plastic one from I think the D&D boardgame? I happened to have a Otherworld metal one laying around myself. So I painted them both up at once! :) I noticed that there is a bit of chipping on his left tentacle (his POV), I fixed that since I took the picture. :)
  11. I finally found some time to setup my picture studio thingy again. Here are two lemures that my girlfriend got me for our annivesary (yes she is that great, she knows I like the minis!). She is trying to, in her words, 'keep me alive by making sure I never run out of things to paint'. I had a lot of fun layering these guys up. Great miniatures.
  12. Big fan of these pig faced orcs. Its a welcome change from the usual gorilla type orcs.
  13. This is a work in progress because I have the whole diorama. But the statue itself is really cool dungeon décor.
  14. I’m working on finishing the rest of my Otherworld dungeon adventurers before the last part of the Indiegogo campaign and next in line was the Male Human Illusionist. There’s parts of him I’m pleased with and some I’m not. I could have worked more on the “skirt†and the face didn’t come together. On the other hand the figure has lots of small nicknacks that came out quite nicely.
  15. This little guy have been sitting on my shelf basecoated and begging to be finished for about a year now. Since I’m focusing more on my metal miniatures this year, and focusing on getting them done, I picked this up and applied the finishing touches. At first I wasn’t happy at all. The whole paintjob just looked dirty. And not the good kind of “in a dungeon for a while†dirty, but just plain “sloppy paintjob†dirty. I didn’t manage to take it all the way but at the end I’m pretty satisfied with the result.
  16. Here is a trio of unicorns from Otherworld Miniatures (Wilderness Encounters 19). The hedgehog is from 2969: Familiar Pack VIII.
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