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From Bones 3: Vegepygmies
The Children of the Forest. Now, where has that three eyed raven gotten to?
At last, vegetables that fight back! Take that you Vile Weeds!
from the Bones 3 Stoneskull expansion
Reaper Miniatures 2016
Sculpted by Kevin Williams
From Bones 3: Gug
"It was a paw, fully two feet and a half across, and equipped with formidable talons. After it came another paw, and after that a great black-furred arm to which both of the paws were attached by short forearms. Then two pink eyes shone, and the head of the awakened gug sentry, large as a barrel, wabbled into view. The eyes jutted two inches from each side, shaded by bony protuberances overgrown with coarse hairs. But the head was chiefly terrible because of the mouth. That mouth had great yellow fangs and ran from the top to the bottom of the head, opening vertically instead of horizontally."
H.P.Lovecraft, The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath
Ahoy, my dream enemy! Have at you!
Also, this one will be a part of the Kings of War Nightstalkers army.
77524 Gug, Eldritch Horror
from the Bones 3 Mythos expansion
Reaper Miniatures 2016
Sculpted by Michael Brower
Finished a couple of the Greybeards set from Bones 4. Here's the latest:
The camera's being a bit weird and I can't get the colours right for both the clothing and skin at the same time, so the first pic is to show off the skin colour and the rest are to show off the colours for the rest.
It's been a while since I've done any significant painting so my skills are pretty rusty, but I moved my hobby area and finally got some motivation so I decided to make sure that I had spare wizards so friends could join a spontaneous game of Frostgrave with me if they wanted to. It's never happened but I wanted to be prepared.
These are two copies of the Reaper Bones Large Earth Elemental 77185, sculpted by Kevin Williams.
I saw someone, I can’t recall who, paint up, it might have been one of these, like cooling lava which I thought was lovely, so I wanted to give it a try. I painted the lava version very quickly, in a few sessions: A layer of butter-yellow intensified with yellow glazing, then laying on pure black paint rather thickly, then some washes of Quinacridone Magenta and some fiddling with that and yellow on the gems.
The rock version I painted v-e-r-y slowly, in many layers over time, often with whatever paint was left on my palette from other paintings. I’m not sure when I started it, but since I haven’t painted any minis at all for the last year, it’s been some time.
I thought it interesting how very different a sculpt can look depending on how you paint it.
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