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  1. So here is a small little mini that was sculpted way back in 1979, making the sculpt already 40 year old. It was sculpted by Dennis Size in the old Partha Days and belonged to a game that Partha had produced called the Witch's Cauldron, which pitted adventurers against monsters. I've never actually played the game some miniatures that I've painted actually came from this game. So here is the witch, to whom the cauldron belonged. She is a small little figure and crouched down to make her even smaller. The white hair has actually got some shades and washes in it, but you can't always see them in these photos. Anyhow, enjoy: I'm reasonably pleased with her. I was kind of going for Drow but not Drow. I really like the "Dark Elf" triad for the Drow, but I've seen artwork that shows Drow skin almost more like dark, natural tones, so wanted to give a try for that, plus I'm also painting two other figures with the same skin tones that just flat out have a more African vibe.
  2. Lord of the Dish Pit

    02682 Selmarina, Witch

    I had decided early on to paint her as a less then friendly witch, and to include a few references to various things. Her yellow eyes and white hair, (actually Vampire Skin and Vampire Highlight) were to suggest she may be a relation of Raistlen Majere, her pink orb is Mearlyn's Grapefruit from Stephen King's Dark Tower series,(which I had a bit of trouble painting) and her tome is the Red Book of Appin. All in all not a friendly witch and likely a bitter and sarcastic one. The circle she's standing in was the result of a happy accident. My GW Hapshut Copper is rather old and was acting strangely, not so much covering as clumping despite repeated shakings. So I doused the area in Black Wash and drybrushed a bit of Copper Verdigris on it,(the first time I've used that color for it's intended purpose), and found that the result gave the impression that her circle was a large and unlucky penny. I probably should've highlighted the gray on her cloak a bit more before the Black Wash, but I was nervous about it blending into the border too much. I finally got her eyes to show up in a photo!
  3. Lord of the Dish Pit

    Ral Partha Witch

    An interesting figure. The pauldrons and purity seals hint that perhaps she was once a member of the 40k Inquisition who decided to switch sides...
  4. dmpv01

    89008: Feiya, Iconic Witch

    This one was a lot of fun, and I need a better camera for this..
  5. Have nearly finished Trista the White Wolf and am doing the base colours on the Pathfinder Witch. Both Reaper Bones. Army Painter Strong tone ink used as a primer followed by Vallejo paints and a further ink wash for Trista. I like the hair on the witch as the mini has a very anime feel but am not sure about the Vallejo Red Leather bit I have done for her belt and a corset. May paint over or just have red/brown accents on the gloves and boots and make the corset bit green. All c and c welcome.
  6. NyarlaBcn

    All Hallow's Eve - Black Aliss

    It's been such a long time since I posted something here. I've been wanting to re-join the community for ages, and now I received a new photo tool I think will help me take better photos, let me share some again ^^ First we have the "All Hallow's Eve" figure. As usual when a figure doesn't have a name I like to give it one, and for her it's Black Aliss. I painted her short after christmas. I'm still stuck on the blacks, trying to improve the black highlighting. The underskirt reads as blue I think, besides that, I feel I reached a good level here. The base is pretty simple, doesn't look good at all: but I don't have a lot of space to use a bigger, scenic one, and with such short space I still don't know what else to do.
  7. Howdy, A woman with a perfect figure... Kev! P.S. Click the pic to see the flaws...
  8. InvisibleThumb

    03549 witch, cauldron, and cat

    As I pondered my choice of wizard for my new monstrous Frostgrave warband, I slowly realized there was only one choice really. I put his witch, cat, and cauldron into he shopping cart around Halloween time. I knew I needed one for any legitimate Halloween display of miniatures. But it had sat unpainted in the blister for a few months while other things took priority. Back to the frostgrave war band. So I chose witch as my wizard's school and proceeded to fill the ranks of soldiers with monstrous members like the horned hunter and a medusa archer, couple of tieflings, and even giant rats as warhounds. I think I am meant to paint up this witch as the wizard. She comes with a cat that I'm putting on the base with her and a cauldron that I am not. The cauldron will make a great prop when playing pathfinder and I already have a place for it in the birthday party adventure I have planned for next week. However the cauldron needs to sit on a fire or bed of coals or something. I realized I do not even have a campfire token so that became part of this project. okay, so first I grabbed two 20 mm bases and glued some small pebbles and gravel to them like so: Next I had to put the witch and cat on a base. I cut up an old bones base to fill out the bare base with flagstone shapes and glued down more gravel to fill in some of the gaps. Finally everything got some black primer. Witch and cat: fire pit: The black Cauldron: All of this happened over the last couple of days. Have not had much chance to paint since Friday night since we currently have house guests, but still managed to just start to lay down base coats while everyone else was entertained by part of a movie. Out pale saffron on the Inside of the cauldron and emanations, the cats eyes, the center coals in the fire pit, and the bat in the witches hand. No, I am not making the bat yellow. Honestly did not realize it was a bat until I got the yellow on it. Now I know. also mixed wreath green with dusky skin to start on the witch's skin. Oh and also some vampiric skin for the witches hair and for a quick dry brush on the rocks in the fire pit. Here is where things stand right now. Cauldron Witch Fire pit. I would love some ideas for colors on that witch besides black and green. I can't seem to picture anything else.
  9. Baba Yaga Hut Company: Eastern Front Studios Painted by: ME (Iron Bristle Studios) I have more photo's on my website but I didn't want to clog up Reapers forums with them all. There is already a lot here. Finally finished this beast! What a project. I really hope my fellow Forumnite friends enjoy this. I did OSL and new shading techniques. I attempted to do better with my photographing in many ways. I even bought Hanger 18 back grounds. The big ones though... I didnt have a back drop large enough so I had to use a black sheet. Here is the WIP if you would like to see: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/73078-baba-yagas-hut-by-eastern-front-studios-picture-heavy/& ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  10. Metalchaos

    01532, Esme the Chibi Witch

    Here's a Special Edition Figure I finished Yesterday. She was fun and fairly easy to paint thanks to the big details. It's a great model to practice on eyes painting. So, here's 01532, Esme the Chibi Witch sculpted by Bob Ridolfi and totally inspired by Rhonda Bender's choice of color. Her cloak is screaming for a freehand but I'm lacking inspiration. Anyone got an idea?
  11. Picked this one up at Reapercon 2016. She had that New Orleans Witch feel... :)
  12. Inarah

    Gwernydd

    I started this figure in 2009 and got frustrated with it. The colors just weren't working. I set it aside and came back to it occasionally with different colors. Finally got something I'm happy with. She has the tiniest freaking eyes I've ever worked with. I'm glad I did not ruin the face repainting it so many times.
  13. One more from the Thanksgiving paint binge. I wanted to paint her in bright fall colors, so I used Corporeal Shadow and Pumpkin Orange on her clothing.
  14. odinsgrandson

    Beatrix

    Here's a boss from Super Dungeon Explore. I split my set with my wife, and I was really surprised that I got to paint this one (she got Jack, so it isn't like I always get the best ones). I decided to go with a fairly limited color scheme for her. I don't remember why exactly, but I really did enjoy the pink pumpkin. Here she is.
  15. I started this as a Halloween project. Things got in the way and now it is an autumn piece. Any way I had fun. I bought a ceramic Pumpkin, converted it into a house. Reaper's Elise Witch http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/elise/latest/02869And Freebooter's Chaos Witch both sculpted by Werner Klocke are conjuring pumpkins. These are now wandering off into the world to cause mayhem, The pumpkins are part Ristul's Market and I used the Owl on a Pumpkin from the Reaper Halloween Familiars http://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/Special%20Edition%20Figures/sku-down/01548 And I added the great Halloween Tree from Reaper: http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/halloween/sku-down/03692 Hope you like it. Some Pumpkins are a bit in the ground, so they are emerging.
  16. Lidless Eye

    Lidless Eye Hobbies & The Witches Four

    So, for many moons, and mostly during my "Reign of Winter" campaign, I had been looking for a kit of basic stereotypical witches. The West Wind/Old Glory/Ghost kit "Story Book Hags and Witches" seemed the best fit, however, very few merchants had them in stock in the USA. Someone pointed me toward Noble Knight's recent sale, and I found the blister still in stock! Surprisingly, it was a coven of four! I had always assumed witches came in three, even in inventory. So, to start, we have the Coven as a whole: A Hag pointing the group towards mayhem: The grunt(ilda) bearing spell ingredients: A cauldron plus victim, useful for so many adventures: A broomrider bearing a familiar: And the fourth, another witch taking to the sky:
  17. Made a coven throne from the start collecting set. Now it just needs basing.: WIP pics:
  18. dunker79

    03665: Ostarzha, Female Elf Cleric

    Hi! A quick simple paint job on a really beautifully sculpt mini. Hope you guys like it. As usual any feedback and critiques are very welcome.
  19. This is a vintage circa. 1990 figure from Metal Magic, "Witch with Cat" C1017c (thanks to Xherman1964 who helped identify it!) from their set C1017, "Female Wizards". I got it from the Box O' Goodwill project. The original WIP thread is here. I suspended work sometime in April and finished the figure in a speed paint over the Memorial Day weekend.
  20. This is the Micro Art Studio 30mm "Granny Weatherwax II" -- Esmerelda Weatherwax, known as Esme to her best friend and Granny to everyone else, top witch on all of the Discworld, as she appeared in Terry Pratchett's "Maskerade", come down from her home Up North to the Big Bad City in disguise as a Great Lady to rescue some friends from some pickles. As a witch, of course she always wears only black. The only version of this mini I have seen online painted up is all in sugary pastel colors (to emphasize the incongruity of the outfit, I suppose). According to the book's description: Truth to tell, I always pictured the dress in the book as something marvelously Edward Gorey, more the Titanic's timeperiod than Marie Antoinette. But this is fun too. So anyhow, I painted her up as a birthday gift for my husband, who has long loved the Discworld. Granny Weatherwax is one of his two favorite characters (the other is also painted, and I'll start a thread for later). I painted her up with a pitch black dress, then glazed over it with a rainbow of interference colors.
  21. I started building a display piece, a vignette, diorama or whatever you want to call it. It will probably be too late for Halloween but then it will be a Fall / Autumn piece. Reaper 02869: Elise, The Witch and Freebooter Chaos Witch,, both by Werner Klocke will star the show. The idea is they live in this Pumpkin house ( obtained in a garden centre, added a plastic door from a board game) and they are conjuring spooky pumpkins. The Halloween tree stands next to their house. So here are the first pics.
  22. Chris Palmer

    Feiya, Iconic Witch: Bones (89008)

    This week I completed Feiya, Iconic Witch from the Bones I Kickstarter Iconics and Officially Licensed Pathfinder Miniatures set. I did this figure because my playtest of the Frostgrave rules last week made we want a properly winter based figure to act as Apprentice to my Illusionist wizard. I had pressed Cassie the Gnome Wizard in to duty as the Apprentice, but was not happy with her green grass base. Meanwhile, I felt Feiya looked suitable wrapped up for cold weather adventuring. So many of the remaining wizard figures I have yet to paint just don't look dressed for a winter trek. I'm really pleased with how she came out. The Frostgrave rules say that Illusionists dress in bright, multi-colored outfits, and I wanted to bring that across in this Apprentice. My thinking was that she is young and still enjoys playing with colors and different appearances. The figure I'm using as my older Wizard, (see: http://allbonesabout.blogspot.com/2015/01/anirion-wood-elf-wizard-figure-132-of.html ) is more jaded and knows the wisdom of sometimes using camouflage and blending in. For the full write-up on my painting of Feiya, please see my Bones blog: http://allbonesabout.blogspot.com/2015/09/feiya-iconic-witch-figure-169-of-265.html
  23. Patrik Strom

    Black Witch, Darksword Miniatures

    I've been a fan of this mini since the first time I saw it but still it took me some time to buy it, and almost even more time to gather up the courage to paint it. It didn't quite end up the way I wanted it to (I don't have that good brush control) but still it turned out kind of nice.
  24. Adrift

    Magda from Afar / Red Box Games

    Started Magda at ReaperCon and finished her the other evening after my son went to sleep. I'm thankful I got two of her as part of his Kickstarter because this piece overall lends itself to lots of different ideas and versatility. I made the flat metal surface of her ring an actual jewel. There's a line on the right side of her cheek which I think is an accidental nip from when I was tossing highlights on the hair; it's hard to see with the naked eye so I'm not going to fuss with it.
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