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Hi all. With life in my current phase, I can only really paint a lot during the end of year holiday, so I have been painting Descent miniatures. I don't play Descent though, and I'm using the figures for the Realms of Terrinoth roleplaying (or at least plan to use it in the future) so instead of starting with the base game , I am painting figures by what I think I need or painting "types of monsters" that might be needed in a campaign.

I can't promise that this will be ongoing but I will try to get as much done as I could before January ends. I just want to share some of my work. I know it's not the best painting, but I like how they look from an arm's length away.

You can see my vlog topic specifically for the roleplaying collection here.

Monsters

Razorwings

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Bane Spiders

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Beastmen

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Heroes

Trenloe the Strong

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Trenloe%20Side_zps4w5rgqtz.jpg

 

Laurel of Bloodwood

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Laurel%20Back_zpsui7vkibd.jpg

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On 1/21/2019 at 9:42 AM, Kauperwood said:

Good job.
Where did you learned to paint ?

I started with...where else...Games Workshop and a Space Marine army. The first years are just basecoat and done. Even the bases is just a layer of flock. I slowly transition to using layers, then extreme highlights, then washes, then experimenting with combinations of steps (layer, wash, layers or layer, layers, highlight, then wash to smooth things out, etc). It has been sixteen years since my first miniature. I'm pretty much self taught. A pro painter will probably find a bajillion things they can criticise about my work.

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Thanks for your reply.16 years...That's almost as much as I live :D

I guess its a matter of practice then...

2 hours ago, Enfid said:

I started with...where else...Games Workshop and a Space Marine army. The first years are just basecoat and done. Even the bases is just a layer of flock. I slowly transition to using layers, then extreme highlights, then washes, then experimenting with combinations of steps (layer, wash, layers or layer, layers, highlight, then wash to smooth things out, etc). It has been sixteen years since my first miniature. I'm pretty much self taught. A pro painter will probably find a bajillion things they can criticise about my work.

 

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