First up is the miniature I cobbled together for Joe's character Adler. He was a Firesoul Genasi, which isn't true any longer. The head is a Heroclix Firestorm, and the boy is made up of some Warhammer stuff. I like the way this turned out. However I wish I would have put some type of those power swirls on his face.
This is Bernadette, Christina's Dwarven Rogue, Brutal Scoundrel build if you care, from the first 4E D&D Group I ran. I miss playing with Mary & Christina but once Mary was pregnant with Mason that made free time for imaginary worlds obsolete. This is one of the first minis we ever painted. I think Cassandra did the majority of the work on this on, and it shows. The DIP really highlighted a lot of the great lines in the sculpt and honestly hid a lot of deficiences in our painting skills at that early level in our progress. Overall it is a damn fine looking mini.
Last, but not least in this GIANT Photo Blog is a Lady Christy & Ginger Giant collaboration. Any time Christy comes over and pants she immediately goes after the biggest and most difficult miniatures and ROCKS them out. Here she took this giant Yuan-Ti Abomination, from what line I have no idea, and went orange, metallic blue armor, and gold. It looked pretty striking, however I felt that it could use something else, enter the black and white rings, and the orange red dry brushing. The DIP really made the scales standout and I think took a miniature that I already thought was rock solid even better. If I have any complaints its that I did a piss poor job on the eyes. Seriously, TERRIBLE!
Well there you have it, 65 miniatures DIPped, with anothe 40 plus needing eyes and then the DIP. All the while I have a table in the basement full of stuff in progress, and BUCKETS of Bones to get after. I hope to get a CHIKARA & Painting Miniatures night in VERY soon. I hoped you enjoyed seeing the work.