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The figure is a cross between the marvel thor and the mythic one.
the warhammer handle is too long, it's part of the myth that it was unfinished (thanks to loki) and the handle was too short.
I guess it would be less useful as a cleric if the sculptor followed through on this. I did not realize how close my color choices were to the painted example at the reaper store.
the cloak pattern was about the third version of celtic knotwork that I tried. Its not easy to do on just sketch paper, but i like the finished effect.
Hello everyone, here are pictures of a dragon I completed Yesterday. This is a Ral Partha 10-463, T'Char Dragon of The Flame and Fury sculpted by Sandra Garrity in 1992. I bought this model in 1993 and assembled it in 1995. It has been on a shelf all these years. It’s a pleasure to see it finally painted. This amazing sculpt is 175mm tall, almost 7 inches at the top of the wings. The original model comes with a nice base around which I added more rocks and branches. I made the flames with Liquitex heavy gel and 3d printed a 125mm wide base to complete the vignette. Nowadays, this 12-piece dragon is still available from Iron Wind Metals. I painted it exclusively with Reaper MSP paint.
Here’s the list of colors I used;
This is 3 of the elves from the Grenadier Elves Sinister box set (SKU 3002). The rest are on my painting desk, in various stages of completion. The rightmost swordsman had a miscast, so he got a spider shield from my bit box. He was originally dual wielding. From the back you can tell that his hand is not really there.
So got this one finished, a classic Sandra Garrity figure from her Ral Partha days, Ciera the Swordmistress:
not sure if it's noticeable, but as I had asked Anne Forester this morning on her Twitch show about chainmail still having empty, unpainted holes. This is what I was referring to. I did washes and it didn't get into each every hole. As per @dks I need to get in there and individually try to fill them. I'll try that for the next figure, t that is what I ended up with for now.
Anyways, a small and simple figure, fun to paint, hope you enjoy her!
Good afternoon all you reaperfiles!
So I haven't painted anything by Sandra Garrity for the longest of times, so I'm glad I started this little figure up, Ellana Dragonmistress, a female druid she sculpted long ago for Ral Partha. Beautiful little figure with her traditionally petite eyes. The hardest part on this one, besides the eyes, was deciding on what colors I'd use. As I listen to a lot of Anne Forester's Twitch channel over lunch and she talks so much about color theory, I always wonder if my colors match or not, but ultimately, without a color wheel to whip out, I end up guessing and hope it all ends up matching more or less. One day I'd like to figure out what colors totally clash 1000% and paint with those, but that is for some future miniature surely.
So here she is:
One thing I really like about her is that besides her staff, she carries no weapons, which makes her a reasonably simple miniature to paint, but also gives you that feeling that she knows she's so bada$$ that she just doesn't need any weapons. I also really like her cowboy boots. Why a blue dragon head? No idea, it's what arrived to my brain.
So anyhoos, enjoy!
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