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Hello again fellow Reaper fans, a few weeks ago I posted a thread with a test figure for this little project which I have now happily started in earnest.

 

I started off by completing the Crossbow armed troopers, and then Durgam Deepmug(Couldn't find this supposedly deep mug that he's named after, must be in his backpack).

 

Crossbows:

DwarfCrossbows.jpg

 

Durgam Deepmug:

Durgan1.jpg

Durgan2.jpg

Durgan3.jpg

Durgan4.jpg

 

Next up on the painting desk are, Priest Ivar Silverfist, Fulumbar IronHammer and 3 Halberdiers.

 

I've made a good start on Ivar, so it shouldn't be too long before he pop's up in here.

 

Thanks for looking.

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Definitely a good start for sure! The hair is looking good you can see a bit of a transition from shadow to highlight, just need to bring up more contrast. ::): Also your darklining is looking good too. Practice trying to get a nice thing line for your darklining though and don't be afraid to go back and touch it up with your basecoat color.

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Thanks for the comments folks, much appreciated.

 

As too the lighting and background, its just a sheet of paper with a blue scale starting at white then going to blue at the other end of the page,

lighting is just daylight for these guys and a prolonged exposure time on the camera.

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Welcome to the forums, Bluesabre! Nice set you have going here. I also like the color palette you have chosen. Good brush control, especially on the runes on the weapons. My only critique would be a touch more highlighting on the beards, but that is just being nitpicky. I look forward to seeing the rest of them!

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Thanks for the comments folks, much appreciated.

 

As too the lighting and background, its just a sheet of paper with a blue scale starting at white then going to blue at the other end of the page,

lighting is just daylight for these guys and a prolonged exposure time on the camera.

 

You printed the gradient on paper to set behind them?? That's something that never ever occured to me! That's a rather novel idea.

 

I like the way you are going with this set. Looking forward to see the rest. ^.^

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Thanks again for all the comments.

 

@ TomBom: These will not be used for gaming at this stage, simply for my enjoyment in painting them.

 

Well it took a bit longer than I thought, but here are the next batch.

 

Ivar Silverfist (with fists painted accordingly):

Ivar1.jpgIvar2.jpg

 

Fulumbar Ironhammer:

Fulumbar1.jpgFulumbar2.jpg

 

Halbardiers:

Halbadiers2.jpg

 

Next will be the Griffon :unsure:, may be a little delayed as I'm also doing Christmas Sophie and friend for my wife.

 

Comments and crits always appreciated.

 

Thanks for looking.

 

Blue.

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Ooh, more of these hairy little fellows! I'm got to repeat tanker22: seems you're improving fast. Especially Ivar and Fulumbar look great, seems you really worked concentrated on them more than on Durgam. I might also have to steal that gold armour theme for some of my own... If I nitpick a bit the blades of the halberds look a bit flat, perhaps you could add there some shadowing like in the hammers of I & F (or is it just the pic). Anyway, good work again, I'm waiting to see more pics from you!

 

Ok, with the gaming question. I'm seeing a kindred spirit then, I just realized that I've got nothing but dwarves on my painting desk for the next month or so... :)

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