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This one of the results from the Bones Conversion class at Reapercon 2019. I used the grave marker off the end of the weapon wielded by the colossal skeleton, carved a bit and repositioned. The fairy is party of the familiar pack. Fairly simple mash-up, but makes a nice seasonal piece for display.
By Geoff Davis
"Hey Galadon, your colossus is playing whack-a-mole on the golf course again!"
Or some other silly caption. Many suitable possibilities. The runner ups were "Almost!" and "How many hit points does this familiar have?"
This guy has been on my shelf of shame pretty much since I received the first Bones Kickstarter. He was one of the first Bones I tried to paint and I learned a lot from starting on him and giving up several times.
But now he's done (or as done as I can force myself to make him... the base probably needs some more love).
31 more projects on the shelf of shame! Thankfully only three more of them are large figures.
I started this guy last year at Reapercon in the Convert a colossal skeleton class, and entered him into the open category at this year's Reapercon; he earned a bronze.
WIP is located here:
I guess I got to the event between 11 and 12. The second order of business was to sign up for classes.
The first class I could get into was a Conversion class conducted by Jason Weibe. The theme was to convert the big Bones Skeleton (77116) possibly on a Halloween theme.
It was great fun and towards the end I started snapping pictures of our efforts. I got a picture (or in some cases two pics) of almost everybody's giant. Enjoy:
These two show the ongoing work in progress: above no horns, below sprouted horns...
These two show the Bones Giant (and crew, and hangers on) crafted by DixonGrfx: above front-ish view, below back view...
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