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I saw the Rocky miniatures, and with how cute they are I could not resist getting one to use as a dragon to send against my players. As such, here is my take on the Flying Rocky, as a juvenile Red Dragon!
Comments, criticisms and advice as ever more than welcome!
I've really been going after these dioramas. I'm seriously enjoying the change of pace going from the painting to the working of a landscape. There's still so much I'm learning on color, scenery, and flock, but it's definitely coming along.
I thought the pebbles were kind of fun like some kind of jewels, but it didn't hit like I wanted, so I then went and added some GreenStuff jewels among them to give the impression it's mixed precious stones. Either way, the point of little Rocky hoarding and scheming I think comes across fine.
Where I may have gone a little overboard was the chipping of the stones. I think leaving the pillars chipped would have been better and leaving the scaled walls untouched. It's just hard because as I worked it, I just felt it was needing something else.
There's a local contest that I've been dropping my minis into and it's killing me because I'm getting beat every time by warhammer models. I keep trying to bring in something different that will make others go, "Oh, that's different." Even if I don't win, Isuppose that's not the point of me doing them. The point is to keep trying and using this contest as a motivator to do more. With most of the other models just being based on a 1 to 3" base, these big boys that I've been doing are sure to catch more eyes than the usual smaller ones I've submitted before.
Here's to hoping it wins in August or Sept.
I started this to be the BBEG for Dragon's Demand.
I really enjoyed painting it. This is my first full dragon miniature painted.
I spent a lot of time on it, and I'm pleased with the outcome.
I hope you like it. This was my first time using Birch seed pod debris as leaves, and I think they look good.
Here is the link to the WIP:
So here they are. The Ogre Squad. You can see the WIP here.
I love how nonchalant and casual this guy looks.
especially when compared to this guy.
The oldest of my ogres. Metal and unfinished for years because I was just never happy with him.
another angry ogre
fond of the face(s) on this guy and also the pig. The rope on the barrel was a little frustrating though. It had a mold line right down its length and even though I wasn't doing much line cleaning for these guys that was both a hard one to fix and a hard one to ignore.
the bones black ogre has the best grumpy ogre face. He painted up nicely with very little clean up to ignore.
the other metal ogre Kagunk and his amazing shield. This guy sat just primed for a good long while as I just was never sure how to handle the shield face. The older chieften's club face was easier since it was always going to look like wood, but this I had to think about a bit. I think it works pretty well.
a few attempts at a group shot. Bigger minis are hard to keep all in focus at once.
There it is then. There are a couple of details I see I still need to do and the metal chieftains need to be sealed. But otherwise that is it for this lot. I did by the other ettin in bones and I might order the other ogre leader and I think I have a bones half ogre around somewhere. If I paint them I may update this with new squad members. We will see.
The Assault Group's "Gobudai, Riders of the Shimmering Horde. 28mm Old School Goblin Warg rider miniatures."By ced1106
I backed their previous Halfling Yeoman riding chickens 😁 so figured I'd give them a shoutout!
TAG - Gobudai, Riders of the Shimmering Horde. 28mm Old School Goblin Warg rider miniatures. Metal.
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