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Well after doing some adjustments to both my air compressors I decided that I need to use my airbrushes more and start knocking out some of the bigger minis I have.
Gotta justify buying more minis, maybe airbrush’s, and/or airbrushing stuff.
I have a little more to do but aiming to do quick paint for table top, and work on skill building.
I kit bashed a mini together to represent a unique creature from the adventure path I am running. It was made with the Reaper Maggotcrown Bonesack, and an Arkham Horror Dhole mini from Fantasy Flight Games.
Here he is, just base-coated and color blocked (though I did pick out his teeth as well).
The worm-like Arkham Horror mini was already painted. Because I need this mini done soon, I won’t be repainting it aside from a few spot touch-ups.
I based the Bonesack torso in Vallejo Ochre Brown. His mouth is based in Citadel Screamer Pink, and the teeth and bones are based in Citadel Zandri Dust.
I plan to layer the back/bottom end of the torso to blend toward the green tail, while layering the upper parts toward a sickly human-ish Caucasian skin tone.
Lots of work to do over the next week.
Pathfinder Red Dragon #60028 is a hefty beastie and I definitely did not paint him red. Instead I tried a rainbow piece for Pride 2020 (finished 8/1/2020). Also my first painted model posted here. Pardon my photography skills. I used cut up Caryatid column #77378 for a bit of terrain on the base. My biggest metal model to date.
By Dan S
I recently played and really enjoyed Pathfinder: Kingmaker (PC not tabletop), and I've had the urge to paint up some Pathfinder miniatures. This guy is the Stag Lord (SKU 60073), I figured he would be quite appropriate as the first miniature painted up to be photographed on the ruined keep scenic backdrop I built recently. I really enjoyed painting this guy (I am weird and enjoy painting skin tones far too much, bare chested models are always a treat). My only regret is gluing his helmet on before painting his face, those big teeth made it really hard to get a brush inside the helmet at an angle that wasn't awkward, after a massive struggle I gave up trying to dot the eyes.
A small group of Goblins to use as opponents in Sellsword & Spellslingers or any other game.
(clic on the picture to see more on my blog)
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