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Resolutionary Painting Challenge! Does June Bug anyone else?

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Bet you're thinking of the little invasive insect? I delight to inform you, you are wrong.
Also: while the enthusiasm is appreciated, please do not post the monthly threads ahead of these. If I cannot post the monthly thread for some reason, then it will be posted by Flamehawke per the established format with the appropriate information.

 

Please see page 1 here for rules and guidelines/questions. This is also the chatter thread here:  The first post as linked will contain the updated totals and grand total now and the plan is to start getting the graphics sent to all who have completed the months so far soon

http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/58628-resolutionary-painting-challenge-chatterinfo-thread/

 

a reminder when submitting to please adhere to the forum show off guidelines. This is a much bigger challenge than I expected and it makes life easier for the mods
http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/7784-show-off-forum-guidelines-and-suggestions/

 

Also, please only create a single index post for your links. This means to modify your existing post when you get a new figure finished instead of posting a new one.

This month's challenge is: 4.

Bonus Challenge is:


Way back when, Cartoon Network would hold a 48 hour marathon of Bugs Bunny Cartoons, called June Bugs. Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is paint at least 1 figure as a Looney Tunes/Merry Melodies character.

 


 

The deadline Is planned for July 1 Midnight, RST. (Reaper Standard Time).
And in the wise words of Yosemite Sam:
Clear out, ya lily-livers!
 

4 for the exchanges, something new to try
12 for the monsters, who in the dungeons moan
7 for the competition, to please the judges eye
19 for the table top, which will set the tone
9 for the players, doomed to see their characters die
One for the master painter on his ergonomic throne
In the well lit studio where no shadows lie
one tag to hue them all, one tag to bind them
one tag to bring them all and in the forum find them.
In the well lit studio where no shadows lie

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YAY!!! My Placeholder for the month

 

  1. Cultist
  2. Pillar of Evil
  3. Anhurian
  4. Skeleton

 

 

(Pictures once I find my micro sd card for my camera)

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1-3. Stone Lurker(s) (Show-off)

4-6. Ankheg (s) (Show-off)

7-8. Spider Swarm (Show-off)

9-10. Famliiar (bagpipers) (Show-off)

11-12. Demi-Lich(s) (Show-Off)

13. Zayafid (Show-off)

14. Thund Bloodwrack (conversion) (Show-off)

 

That last one was for a fellow player so unfortunately doesn't help me improve my huge 'unpainted' total. But at least it counts towards this challenge!

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I may just do another 4-5 Orcs.

 

 

I know which Looney Tunes characters I'd like to do but suitable figures, hmmmm.

 

Edit: forgot I had this post. Showoff thread I did not do any Orcs after all. Got nowhere on that theme. Link to redundant post.

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This month I am once again at the Mountains of Minis, delving into them with gusto, having done mould-line carving, scrubbing, boiling, assembling etc a large portion of the roughly 20-ish minis I got in the Bones 2 shipment. And sacrificing the required amounts of fingerblood, of course.
 
At any rate, what few minis I actually get around to painting this month will all go into the resolutionary challenge total. 
 
Seeing as I am momentarily sick of the bendy bones, I have painted some metal minis for a change.
 
Hereby I present a new series entitled At the Mountains of Minis: The Unspeakable Mouth
Which showcases minis with slightly overstated eating orifices (well, what did you think it would be about?)

 

At the Mountains of Minis: The Unspeakable Mouth vol 1: Chainmail Abyssal Maw

 

At the Mountains of Minis: The Unspeakable Mouth vol 2: Hell Dorado Damned One of Gluttony

 

 

 

Completing squads: Mars Attacks! Martian Grunts and Marines

 

Cowboys and Spacemen: More Zombies

 

EVEN MOAR ZOMBIES!!!:  Bones 2 Zombies

 

 

Total minis completed so far this month: 23

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Oh jeez, I have failed horribly at this challenge. Lets see if I can get back in the swing of things for June.

 

1. Platypod- done

2. Shoamita

3. Frumitty- done

4. The monster for them to fight- undecided

5. Echidnox

 

So failed again, unless getting partially done with a big ol bust, prepping 2 huge minis and starting a base count. :-) I've been busy, just not completey

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Done, a very productive month.

 

#1-5 Summer Exchange minis http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/62251-summer-exchange-owlbear-macaw-and-roaches/

#6-9 bugbears http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/62518-bugbear-tribe-77015-and-77231/. 

# 10 Goblin Spell caster http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/62575-goblin-spellcaster-9289/?p=1162691

 

I'm assuming I only need one thread for the bugbear batch, and that Mr Pointy doesn't need his own thread. 

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Finished 13 pieces of Dwarven Forge terrain from the caverns KS.

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June Minis

 

1-5. DDSII Terrain Pieces Only http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/62309-77381-ddsii-terrain-pieces-only/

6. Dark Sword sleeping fox http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_rel_module=post&attach_id=84688 (link for proof)

 

 

Awesome technically I met the goal with some terrain pieces, let's see if I manage to finish anything else. I have two minis started but they are going to take a long time for me so who knows June may see one or two more.

 

Good luck everyone can't wait to see what everyone paints up.

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