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July and August RPChallenge

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Please see the main post here for rules, questions and general chatter, while using this thread to keep a list of links to your show-offs or show-off related comments in a single post: A reminder to please adhere to miniatures posting guidelines as usual.
http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/72577-resolutionary-painting-challenge-2017-chatterquestions/
All the information you need should be here.

Due to the revised format, there will be more than one bonus challenge available for this month. Including a "Hard mode" which Is some combination that may or may not have a source behind it.

Your challenge is: 9!

Bonus Challenge: The First!

Oh Rats - July 22nd Is attributed as Ratcatcher's Day due to the legend of the Pied Piper of Hamelin. There's too much folklore to get into here - so let's see a ROUS or two!

Bonus Challenge: The Second!

Richard Nixon made proclamation 4071 as National Clown week. The challenge is to make a character that's not sculpted as a clown, to have the garish appearance of one. (I would say the style of Killer Klowns from outer space works here too)

Hard Mode Challenge!
Let's combine two of our favorite things, difficult colors and transparent cloth! Paint a mini of your choice using either Red or Yellow transparent cloth. (or is the term Translucent? I don't remember, I'm not done with my first pot of coffee yet.)

Good luck

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July/August Goal: 9

 

#1:  Grot Warboss (Games Workshop)

#2:  89032: Anti-Paladin

#3:  89024: Holy Vindicator

#4:  Ratmen Priest

#5:  59015: Automaton (Summer Exchange 2017)

#5-6:  Kenobo (Soda Pop Relic Knights) Moving to Sept/Oct

#7-8:  03430: Young Swamp Dragon Moving to Sept/Oct

 

Bonus:

 

Current Cycle: 5

2017 YTD:  39/52

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July / August

 

1. Grick

2. Charnel Grubb 

3. Brain eater

4. Baslisk

5-6 Barrow Rats   Challenge Figures 

 

 

+3 more from bones2 core

+ something in metal or resin.  

 

August: 

7. Eric the Cavalier

8. Random Viking

9. Bone Fiend 

10. One Warg

11.  Heroine in Sensible shoes (thief, but in plate.)

12. Shark

13-14 Modified Dracolisk, double amputatey  

 

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10 minutes ago, Maledrakh said:

what is a ROUS?

 

 

 

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Rodents of Unusual Size.   It is a well know phrase from the movie The Princess Bride, (which you need to go find and watch right now). ::D:

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On 7/17/2017 at 10:09 AM, NomadZeke said:

Bonus Challenge: The First!

Oh Rats - July 22nd Is attributed as Ratcatcher's Day due to the legend of the Pied Piper of Hamelin. There's too much folklore to get into here - so let's see a ROUS or two.

 

I actually have an old Foundry ratcatcher mini primed...maybe this weekend is his time.

 

I think this is a non-commercial link:

 

http://www.witchhunter.net/galerie_gothic_horror_rat_catcher.html

 

It was apparently a monthly promo figure in September 2000.

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July/August:

 

1. Sir Conlan (Show-Off)

2-5. Winter wolves and regular wolves (Show-Off)

6-13. Bugbear Warriors (Show-Off)

14-17. Hobgoblins (Show-Off)

18-19. Ogre Chieftain & Ogre Matriarch (Show-Off)

20-22. Bones 3 Ogres (Show-Off)

23-31. 9 more bugbears (Show-Off)

32. Lem, Iconic Bard (Show-Off)

33-40. 8 More Hobgoblins (Show-Off)

41-44. 4 desert hobgobs (Show-Off)

45-62. 18 Bones I goblins (Show-Off)

 

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I did good in July, finished seven.  Show Off threads here:

 

Pictures here:

5 crocodlies  -  http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/76195-crocodiles-ral-partha-and-reaper/

2 townsfolk   - http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/76196-dreadmere-fishmonger-and-crone/

 

August, finished 4, pics soon!

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