Can you really be considered the driver when you’re riding a cat?
Theo: “This wound is linked with the underpinnings of the universe. In the nether regions.”
Karissa (OOC): *giggles*
Theo: God dammit!
I’m eventually going to draw this scene.
Project Loremaster: Plaguelands Party
From left to right - Karissa del Morte, Nathan the Lightgiver, Athemeus Athemei (back), Carishrael Athemei (front), Catherine Hawthorne, Darius del Morte
DM: You find large amounts of frozen meat in the walk-in icebox.
Ranger: What kind of meat is it?
Necromancer: I cast Speak with Dead.
Dhas Videl: Winning at Necromancy
Red Dragon Family
I think the story here is that Mom is teaching her little one how to hunt.
This is one of my favorite pieces that I’ve ever painted. Even my husband said it looks awesome, and he’s not a fan of fantasy at all. The adult dragon is the Reaper Bones “Fire Dragon,” and the young dragon is a metal “Young Fire Dragon.”
ReaperCon Ringmaster Sophie
For those who don’t know, Reaper Miniatures has a mascot - Sophie the Succubus. Reaper releases limited edition Sophie figures at Christmas and at their annual convention. I’ve never been to the convention, but my painting teacher gave me this figure as a treat.
I’m quite pleased with her face, especially her amber eyes. The details on the coat and corset were a bit trickier, but I think I did alright.the one thing I’m NOT happy with is the megaphone on the base (and the base itself isn’t that great). I should have just left it off the figure. Otherwise, I’m very happy with my paint job, especially the shading on her skin.
From the first official shipment of Bones to Jadeco Hobby. I’m especially happy with her hair and the way I highlighted her contours. When it comes to fire, working my way from red to orange to bright yellow seems to work quite well.
Unlike the other dragons I painted, this one doesn’t have scales. Its skin has a leather-like texture. I wanted him to be dark, but not black, so I opted to use a black base coat and dry brush him in several shades of purple.
As with many Bones miniatures, this dragon had a severely warped base. Long and thin as it is, the figure is still relatively short. Most bases I found overwhelmed the figure. I took the problem to my mother, and she produced the lovely rock on which I eventually mounted it (with a bit of sand and gravel for dressing, of course).
I may have ideas for specific projects, but I never know exactly what I’m going to feel like painting. This succubus wasn’t the first Bones miniature I started painting, but she was the first I finished. For some reason, I decided she should be purple. It just fit. After figuring purple skin out, my friends’ Night Elf characters shouldn’t be too hard to paint.