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Found 11 results

  1. This is maybe the 20th mini that I've ever painted, and my 4th mini after a 3 year hiatus. Staring at the close-up pictures is tough, because I see so many things I can improve. Nonetheless, I'm fairly proud of this one!
  2. This is the Reaper Bones Dire Bear (SKU 77494). This was another test of contrast paint, this time over a base of skin color. I think it turned out pretty good, and it was fast, which is always a plus when trying to conquer the mini mountain.
  3. Recently I bought a bottle of the brown GW contrast paint (Fyreslayer Flesh), and decided to try it out on this large Reaper metal bear (SKU 14452). It took less than an hour to finish, so color me impressed. I have all the Army painter quickshades, I am going to try some of those soon on other speed paints, just to see if I can get similar results. I painted the bear white first, then used the contrast paint, in some places I had to spot fix areas where it t go into every crevasse. Then I painted the mouth, eyes claws and base. and finished it off with some pre-made plant matter.
  4. I have three of these guys, all with elaborate themed bases. The first of these was the Panda!
  5. This is the classic Ral Partha D&D set ,11-524 Lycanthropes, sculpted by Bob Olley. These guys have so much character.
  6. Oh bother, this silly old bear has misplaced his honey! Fortunately, he can get plenty of golden treasure from the forest beehives using that handy axe. Not to mention swarms of XP!
  7. I've tried to take the advice from my previous posts and apply them to this one. As always C&C welcome. Rather liked how this one turned out in the end for the most part. I realize bears don't have human eyes but I thought since this was a "were" then it should still have more human eyes. However I used Linen White, but against the dark fur it seems too bright.
  8. One down, many many more to go.
  9. 02753: Werebear Brotherhood Of Tooth And Claw ______________________________________________________________________________________ I filed down his neck a bit to put his head at a tilt. Then Green Stuffed and blended it with the pattern of the fur. Washed in Reaper Brown Wash. Finished the eyes and working on the mouth. C&C Welcome!
  10. Werebear The WIP: 02753: Werebear Brothers Of Tooth And Claw Sige -------- Barton -------- Pa'oul -------- Dagmar Dust of the Colosseum - Part 1 The chants echo through the under belly of the Colosseum, “Pa’ oul, Pa’oul, Pa’oul.†The great bear from the Iron Forest, his legend is known through the region as The Breath. Mothers would warn their children, “If you ever find yourself in the Iron Forest be weary of The Breath, it’s the last thing you will see or feel before your death.†The cautionary tale seems harsh to those that know of the great deeds of Pa’oul the Guardian of the Hills of Iron. But now he stands waiting to be push into the ring to kill for the entertainment of the King of the West… *You stand at the gate, peering through the bars and focusing your attention on Pa’oul. He stairs you down and roars at you. Your soul quivers.* ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  11. So, I should explain a bit. My current campaign of D&D 4E has required me obtaining and painting multiple Medium sized Bear like minis. Said game has an Elven Sentinel Druid with a Bear Animal Companion that is also a Werebear! Since the game is rapidly approaching the level that Were-Bears can become a Hybrid form, I've had to work on finishing those minis. So without further ado, I present Peevo the Wonderbear and Dara Silverleaf's bear and Hybrid Forms! Peevo the Wonderbear Dara's Bear Form Dara's Hybrid Form Peevo has had a Badly made Fez with Tassle added to the original mini. Hybrid Dara originally had a weird Shovel-Battleaxe-thing. Chopped off the ends of those, added a brass stick, Glued a small green bead to the end of that and used some Procreate to add the "braided" root-like stuff. These are also the first minis I've painted since I got Prescription Magnifying eyeglasses. They have helped immensely! GF
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