Another barbarian, this time in slightly more muted colors. I tried using pigments on him, which came out as a mixed bag. Not too surprising for my first time, so I call it a success.
Some barbarians for an upcoming RPG session. I decided to be a little more creative than brown, brown, brown and brown.
From left to right: Kingdom Death Lion Armor, 02476: Lorna the Huntress, 77055 Anval Thricedamned and 02528: Kara, Female Archer. I was going to go all Reaper, but realized I actually don’t have that many male barbarian minis.
One of my players had to be difficult and create a bizarro character. An Oread Cleric who uses a dire flail. I finally got sick of using a prepaint earth elemental for him and converted this guy with bits I picked up in the Boneyard. Zenithal priming plus some glazes took care of most of the cloth. Metals, leathers and stone base got a base coat, wash and highlight. All in all, 2-3 hours.
I’ve built up quite a large collection of half-done miniatures so I’m trying to knock out a bunch of them. I think I started this over 2 years ago, although all I did was a wash over white. I went back to white and started over, but didn’t spend that much time – a wash, then drybrush stone colors over it. (should have done a stone base coat instead of white). Then a little bit of colors with the flower and done.
I haven’t been slacking off in the painting department, I promise! I have a few more [units] that need to be posted, once I bother to take pictures.
But in the meantime, here is Goremaw, from Reaper Bones 3. I painted her up in my Legion of Everblight colors – I like to think this is the adult form of the Hellmouth. Lots of dry brushing and wet blending since I didn’t want to take forever. The detail isn’t so great on the mini, but it doesn’t really matter since this is a “shock and awe” piece, not an “intricate detail” one.
The last thing you’ll ever see…
Momma and baby…