Category Archives: miniatures painting

The Massive Base and the Fishermen

Well, the base for the rabbit ranger I am working on, no matter what, was too big. To make it work, I would have to add a handful of figures, and still it may not be the right size.  So, … Continue reading

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Guild Ball

Well, I hadn’t realized it has been this long since I have posted.  I am still plugging away at the Rabbit Ranger.  I have decided that the base I built (see previous entry) is just too big.  I took a … Continue reading

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A Ton of Milliput

This weekend, I put milliput on the base I created.  It took A LOT.  I have never used so much.   I was able to create the jagged rock face that I wanted (well, I still have to pull it off … Continue reading

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Quiet on the Painting Front

Well, it has been to long since I posted last. I am still working on Mr. Giant Dwarf bust, but I keep putting him down. There is a lot of miniature in that miniature. I have also been and returned … Continue reading

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The Beard comes to Shape

This past weekend, I spent Saturday with the other members of the CMPA painting, chatting, and having a good time. I got some good work in on the beard with some help for Kris (one of our seasoned painters here). … Continue reading

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So … much …. hair…

This past Friday, I went to Greeley Paint Group at the Nerd Store. Very, very low turn-out, but I got some quality time with Synjinn and Volkon’s hair. I am starting to discover that hair, for me at least, is … Continue reading

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Volkon’s Face

I have been working on Volkon’s face (and some of his arm and hair), but mainly his face. So far I am quite happy with the face. Very happy. Still work to do on it, but it is more done … Continue reading

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Volkon Begins….

So after playing around a bit more with my Margery Tyrell from Dark Sword, and being utterly frustrated after looking at her using my opti-visor (paint was chunky in places with some bits in it). Quite frustrating as from a … Continue reading

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Volkon Lostblood — Sketches

Well, as I do, I disappeared from the blog-o-sphere for way too long.  As I also do, once back from a marathon painting session/workshop, I am fired-up to paint again.  I just returned from a workshop with Alfonso “Banshee” Giraldes, … Continue reading

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Yancy Street

Last night I got the chance to work a bit on the base for Mr. Grimm. I am going for a concrete/blacktop look. I am not sure if I am pulling that off or not yet, but I am not … Continue reading

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