The Ruins of Thundertree and Castle Cragmaw! Last Couple of D&D games, more pics in the gaming section.
Effincool's miniature, painted for a friend. He is sort of dwarf-ish in stature, but not quite small enough to me.
That was a lot of fur to highlight.
Going to try and do some more updates soon. I am holding off on taking some pictures until I can get a pic of the entire group of related minis. I have been sick for about a week now, still trying to paint, but it has slowed me down. This guy took a bit of cleaning up and the weather wasn't permitting me to spray prime him outside, so I eventually brush on primed him.
I have painted him a bit more past this point, some skin highlighting and shading. Also started on that cape-like garment.
some magic symbols on his garment along with highlights
more base colors, gave the lantern some object source lighting, looks better than this pic shows.
He was so much fun to paint I couldn't stop.
I like the demon symbols and was really happy with the way the turned out.
This guy I painted a couple of years back and finally got around to touching him up a bit. Mostly minor things like his eyes and nails, but the little things add up and make a difference. He is still one of my favorite sculpts and the royal colors work nicely.
Another Rackman Skelly. These guys look really cool and eventually I will get to the other two. Mostly doing it for practice with non metallic metal.
I really like this shot. Who knows, maybe they will be companions in a later story.
The necromancer is from Mantic's, Kings of War line. I picked him up a couple of years back and finally got around to painting him. He comes with an alternative skull head and arm, killed me not to paint him that way, but I needed a human Necro and this is one of the best models I have seen.
Lot of fun. Of course I love being the DM and creating things. This was our second part of the Lost Mines of Phandelver module. Got mostly everything painted that I wanted, but could not find a Nothic model or create one fast enough, so it was imagination overtime for his appearance. Glassstaff got away to cause havoc another day.
This was after the game mess, but I set some of the figures back out on the board for some fun shots.
Got some computer time and posted some pics of what I have been working on this week. Almost finished! I have to water down some glue and do some layers over those rocks otherwise they will not stay with just the fist layer of thick glue.
Young Green dragon that I didn't quite speed paint, but did go slightly faster than usual to get him on the table. Still took me about a month to finish. The pose is interesting, sort of coming out of this crazy dive bomb to swoop and land on his prey without them having a second to think.
Paint Action shot!
Taking me a while for this one. Got hung up on my own DnD game and also had trouble thinking up a color scheme for her in my head. Very happy with what I have here so far.
She was a tough cookie. Strangely I had an easier time with the halfing and all his doodads, but you can't beat that maddening facial expression of hers. I believe I have more shots that lead up to this, but on another camera. Need some sleep and will try to post more tomorrow.
Another sword for me to practice on. Love this model, probably my favorite when it comes to halflings.