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Hi guys and gals,
so I've been painting a goodly amount this last week or so, but it's been so cloudy I haven't been able to take proper photographs. Today was the first day the weather showed a bit of sun, so got some photographs going. Here is the first one I've been working on, the Drakonne by Bob Charrette. I'm about 99.9578% that this is based on the dragonne in the first hardback Monster Manual, with a slight consonant adjustment to avoid any copyright infringements.
So looks lots of photos from lots of angles:
Cross between a lion and a copper dragon as per the Monster Manual, so tried to do a similar color scheme.
Anyhoos, more to come soon, just got to get the photos edited and made presentable.
And here is the second one I finished this morning, another Ral Partha figure sculpted by Dennis Mize back in the eighties.
This one looks to be pretty clearly based on the Evil Queen of Disney fame. I didn't want to give her exactly the same colors, so threw in some orange into the mix.
I think this is another Ral Partha Import resculpt. I added a close up photo, but realized afterwards there is a little fuzz or lint or something on the cloak, sorry about that. Adding it in anyway, sa I'm too lazy to retake the photos.
Hello guys and gals!
Here is one of the minis I just finished this morning, a Ral Partha Kindly Old Wizard, I think sculpted by Dennis Mize. Sadly I forgot about the "old" part in the Kingly Old Wizard, and made his beard much more brown than a really old wizard would have I'm thinking.
This is one of the Ral Partha Imports that Dennis Mize sculpted based on some old Citadel miniatures. So anyhoos, here he is, feigning friendliness!
For my Legions of the Dead full painted army for Saga : Age of Magic :
- a lieutenant (unknown origin, but one of the ugliest miniature I ever painted )
- 2 wizards (Ral Partha)
- 10 (cross)bowmen (Ral Partha, Reaper, GW conversion)
another miniature finished today, with my employer, we got a reduction in pay, but at least fairly are expected to work less hours as well, so I've got Wednesdays off, and have spent the day on and off painting amongst other things.
Here is the last one I've finished an Aristocratic Lady, sculpted by Dennis Mize I believe as part of their Ral Partha Imports line that would have been taking the place of some other older original Citadel model of the same name.
My original thought was pale skin and dark clothing but I ended up with just the opposite. I think she turned out okay. One of these days I might do an alternative color scheme of her.
Anyhoos, here she is, hope. you like:
and a close up shot of her face, not perfect, but still decent I guess:
I was kind of thinking peacocky colors, but I'm ending up just green bird as I didn't do any of those blue and orange colored swirls anywhere. In any case, enjoy!
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