The Deeproot Druid from Super Dungeon Explore and his bear form
Hearthsworn Fighter (dwarf hero) and Captain R (zombie pirate)
(with a cauldron from somewhere else; just wanted to get it off of the unpainted list)
Being a compendium concerning the peoples and places, creatures and monsters, of the fantasy world of Mirth.
Various rangers from Midlam Miniatures. These are metal figures. I think they could also work as your typical wilderness bandits, too. Do they seem more foul or more fair?
I primed them in gray gesso; then did a heavy dry-brush in white gesso. Then blocked in mostly various greens and browns and fleshtones, and to be honest, wasn't super careful about getting the paint just right or within the "lines", as it were, figuring the next step would help cover up minor discrepancies. Next, I covered them in Army Painter's Light Tone wash. And after the wash, I painted the iron bits, such as the sword blades, and the gray of the arrow fletching. I think they don't look too bad for tabletop use.
17 of them was kind of a lot to paint at once, but for this lot it seemed to make sense to do it that way.
Four hefty Owl Bears from TAG (The Assault Group). These are metal. I think the bodies are basically the same ones they made for their bears with dwarven riders, with added wings and feathers and other owl bear features, along with different heads, of course. Fun figures to paint.
I tried to go for a couple of standard brownish owls/bears, like you might find in the woods.
Along with an arctic or polar owl bear and a melanistic owl bear.
I am still here, but haven't done much painting during the heat of the summer. I am starting to get back to it though, and hope to have some minis finished soon.
By the way, I am having trouble posting comments on some blogs. It looks like the way things work has changed on some platforms and/or on my computer. I get a popup message saying "an error has occurred", without any explanation or way to fix it being offered.
Or is it Bear Dwarf Knights? Or Dwarf Knights on Bears? ha ha
These are from TAG (The Assault Group). They aren't really the right shape for polar bears, so maybe they are a pale version of grizzlies or some species/variety of their own. Great blue bears from the frozen north (in honor of a departed online comrade in minis and gaming).
Also, proof that dwarves can be wizards (bonus figure from the KickStarter for the Bear Knights).
He is actually not the only dwarf wizard I have. I have an much older one, which I think is from the early Citadel days when they did have dwarf wizards.
I was playing around with creating characters for various RPGs. I find it can be fun in its own right, and a good way to explore various RPG systems. In the process I also started drawing character portraits for a few of them, for the fun and for the practice.
These are ones I did for some sci-fi/space opera RPGs. Drawn with a Sakura Pigma pen on watercolor paper, and painted with colored inks, which can be treated like watercolor paints.