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Rich McGee
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Burning Sensation: Reaper Bones Fire Elemental
A fast paint job on a fire elemental from Reaper's Bones line.  I was mostly curious to see how well the translucent plastic took paint, and was pleased to see that it works about as well as the normal opaque white plastic does.  I wound up ditching the see...

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Iron Kingdoms/Hordes River Troll
Back when Privateer Press released their first Iron Kingdoms roleplaying game (based on the d20 System from Wizards of the Coast) they accompanied it with a small range of miniatures.  Most were player characters, but there were a few "monster" types, the l...

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Splintered Light 15mm Undead
An experiment in 15mm fantasy painting, albeit not a very successful one.  There are just too many different basing systems in this scale (and too many coompeting rule systems) to make painting fantasy figs in this scale viable for ebay resale.  Unfortunate...

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Hasslefree Harem Girl (NSFW)
Another of Hasslefree's "harem" sculpts, this one an undraped concubine reclining on a throw pillow.  A rummage through the bits box turned up an old stone summoning circle that fit her perfectly, and I experimented with a marble floor beneath it for contra...

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Reaper Halloween 2014 "Jack" Miniature
One of Reaper's limited edition 2014 Halloween pieces.  A little cutesy, but well-sculpted and cast and at an inch and a quarter in height bigger than I expected.    "Jack" here was a birthday request from a friend, although I suspect her daughter will enjo...

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Iron Wind Metals Spellcaster 54mm figures
Showcasing a couple of figures from Iron Wind Metals' fairly obscure Spellcaster game.  These are 54mm scale models, which lend themselves to more detailing than the smaller 28mm and 15mm we usually work with.  If it weren't for their odd scale and virtuall...

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Rock Solid: Reaper Bones Earth Elementals
Several versions (and conversions) of the Reaper Bones Earth Elemental.  A nice model, very easy to modify and you can paint them in a surprising variety of ways. First one we ever did.  A little plain.   Several conversions that served as proxy Wold Warden...

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Hasslefree Akanke, Harem Guard (NSFW)
Akanke here is one of many less than fully dressed figures from Hasslefree Miniatures, who are arguably the best in the industry when it comes to sculpting the female form, draped or not. Given the number of naked concubines in the Hasslefree range, a harem...

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Clowning Around With Some Reaper Miniatures
Circus clowns are creepy.  Giving one a meat cleaver and bloodied hammer doesn't actually make it much worse. Reaper metal minis with some minor hand-swapping conversion work and based on metal washers.   Currently on ebay over here:  Good Clown   Bad Clown  
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