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  1. this one was a request from my son. I don't normally do multi-headed creatures (the split personality issues have to be crazy) but I couldn't find the bones one I had and this one was just sitting on my shelf with a half coat of red. so a little simple green and a coat of primer and he becomes a swamp monster in the desert. The heads have a story of their own. the one rearing back is one of the 2 original heads, he doesn't like to fight or get into a situation where he might lose his head. The others are descents of the second head and the resplitting is taking its toll. The one on the far side of the body is having problems with basic direction The base is done using my new basius 1 pad, desert island. I bought some of these when I heard that the Basius 2 was going to be late and I really was tired of waiting. I think it works pretty darn well. Anyway, enjoy! EDIT: Learn something every day! This one is a reaper mini. I did not know that. Thank you for identifying the piece and the author. My reaper search - fu is not strong. The sculptor made the id, not me, regardless of what the edit says!
  2. Kangaroorex

    a second chibi dragon

    the second of my resolution paintings for this year and (once you get the base coat to stick) a really fun mini to paint. This is another of the chibi dragons from Impact miniatures. this is the "blue" version. The eyes I am not overly happy with. i still need work on my overlays when it comes to adding depth to eyes. Sorry for the camera lighting, me and by little cannon are having issues again. I need a camera that lets me control the shutter speed! With that,here is the mini. I hope you enjoy him. I enjoyed doing the eyes and the "I'm cute, don't hurt me" pose is interesting on a dragon. C&C welcome as always!
  3. Kangaroorex

    03672: Giant Cave Sloth

    finally finished my giant sloth I got at the reaper artists convention, because everyone needs a giant sloth! I like how the mouth came out. It was pretty hard to make it immediately distinguishable from a bear. Anyway, he's taking a walk through a ruined homestead, looking for some cap'n crunch. Enjoy
  4. Kangaroorex

    77035: Deladrin, Female Assassin

    Yet another from my pile of random bones. this got started as a demonstration for a friend who expressed some interest in painting. The face is well hidden, which is good because there isnt much to work with here. my camera is still giving me issues, so with that, enjoy! The little stream running under her looks much better in real life it lost a lot of shine in the picture. C&C always welcome!
  5. Kangaroorex

    60002: Ezren, Iconic Male Human Wizard

    Third of the resolution minis for January. This is part of the vampire set from bones 1. I promised myself I would work on these this year so I large double handful, cleaned them and put them in a bin next to my desk. Now when I am not wanting to work on a specific project, I grab one of these and just go to town. This was an okay project. I think the bones lost a little bit of the finicky bits that the original has and my speed paint didn't help. but it was still fun to paint and I am experimenting with some of my new darker blues from my trip to the Reaper artists convention. Again, my camera is giving me fits so the pictures could be better. Enjoy, C&C is always welcome!
  6. Kangaroorex

    one little chibi dragon

    the first of my resolution paintings for this year and (once you get the base coat to stick) a really fun mini to paint. This is one of the chibi dragons from Impact miniatures. I tried to do some side lighting on the miniature rather than just top down. The pose is repeated through out all 6 of their dragons, which are basically the same body with different heads and wings. As I have said with others of their product, the biggest issue is getting paint to stick. for whatever reason a combination of washing, sandpaper, and just patience is required to get a smooth base coat, whether it is paint or primer, and the darker the resin, the more trouble you're likely to have. Sorry for the camera lighting, me and by little cannon are having issues again. I need a camera that lets me control the shutter speed! With that,here is the mini. I hope you enjoy him. I enjoyed doing the eyes and the "I'm cute, don't hurt me" pose is interesting on a dragon. C&C welcome as always!
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