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  1. Hello there! I have entered Malifaux in the mid summer and now I feel ready to show some of my Ressurectionists (and their friends, ofc!) to community. Here I will post my WIP and ready miniatures. I will start with sharing my Iron Painter round 1 work, it was my very first diorama experience, as well as OSL. Here we go!
  2. "And I think it's gonna be a long, long, time 'Til touchdown brings me 'round again to find I'm not the man they think I am at home Ah, no no no... I'm a rocket man." - Elton John Nothing special here... just the most bad ass rendition of Ramos you are ever liable to see... prove me wrong all you icky spider lovers. I was inspired to do this for this round for two reasons, neither of which has any depth of reason. Number One - I hate David Bowie, its a tedious and boring song, and "Rocket Man" echoes the same idea, is a better song, and... most importantly... [reasons], so too bad (also, "Blast Off" is a far better theme choice... common supervike, get with it). ... and Number Two - I'm transferring over to the blue side of Malifaux and I needed him anyway! Enjoy, please check out my WIP thread, photo bucket page, and comment below. Photobucket Page: http://s1382.photobucket.com/user/SpectreEliteGaming/library/Iron%20Painter%202015/Round%205%20-%20Space%20Oddity?sort=3&page=1 'Til next time.
  3. Unfortunately, I was really busy this round and this is all you're getting from me... take it or leave it! If you do not understand the reference... you should be ashamed. Enjoy.
  4. "Just like the Pied Piper, led rats through the streets. We dance like marionettes, swaying to the symphony of destruction" - "Symphony of Destruction" - Megadeth. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ***JUDGES!*** - Please visit my IP 2015 - Round 2 photobucket page for better/bigger/more/prettier pictures! http://s1382.photobucket.com/user/SpectreEliteGaming/library/Iron%20Painter%202015/Round%202%20-%20The%20End%20of%20the%20World%20As%20We%20Know%20It?sort=3&page=1 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Though there are countless different versions of the story, for hundreds of years the Pied Piper of Hamelin has been a literary representation of the plague - not unlike the fairy tale version of the grim reaper! Who better than the piper to sound the song to bring about the end of mankind? The Piper is the commander of rats, avatar of the plague, and the taker of children. As the rats crawl out from beneath the earth and move to flood over the lands below - we will surely realize that this is the end of the world, as we know it. That lyrical verse by Megadeth was one of the first things that popped into my head as soon as I heard the theme for this round. I had been putting off this project for some time so I was more than happy to have an excuse to bomb through it. Wyrd Miniatures, as I'm sure you know, make a ton of references to pop-culture or real-world characters/themes. My hope was to take the Pied Piper reference and really sell it! Keeping in line with everything I hobby - this is a functional submission - I will use it as an overly obnoxious 50mm Avatar model... buuuuut the house is attached by a magnet and can be removed to be put on a 30mm base (with a cylindrical spacer for added height/weight) to be used as my master, as well! It is way sturdier than it looks, believe me. Expect to see this master at Gen Con! TRIVIA and DETAILS! I'm a sucker for detail and I like to put as much references and fun little details into my stuff, as possible. Therefore, I'd also like to draw attention to a few points of my submission that may be easily missed: - When the piper returned to the village of Hamelin to take the children, he wore green - as a hunter would. I have followed suit in appropriately nurgle-tastic fashion, as well as integrating some red/yellow and gold trim to keep him suitably "pied." - The coat of arms on the shield on the opposite side of the house is the actual coat of arms of Hamelin, Lower Saxony, Germany. - The flag that is being flown is an inverse of the St. Georges Cross. This is the flag of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation from 1200 to 1350. The story of the Pied Piper is said to originate during the late 1200's. - "Rats, rats, rats! Hundreds, thousands, millions of them, and everyone a life." - a nice, conveniently relevant Bram Stoker reference!... okay, fine... Swarm of Rats, as well - for all you Magic geeks. - The middle tier of the model is basically a really blunt reinforcement of theme. The end is certainly nigh and that baby is what you can expect as a result! Of course, the idea is: Rats = Plague = No more people... just ask the 200 million people who died from the Black Plague in the 1300's! - Along with the obvious large cut-out section so you can see the rats in the base that will crawl up through the bricked passage and eventually erupt from the top - there are a couple other smaller cross-sections on the backside - I collaged in a couple small pics to better display the effect. I really tried to focus on scenery effects (water effects/mother-flocking and an interesting display base) and some freehand for this submission. Hope you enjoy!!!
  5. Zool

    Liquid Gold

    What is more precious to a foolish Gremlin, than delicious golden Whiskey? I give you my Iron painter Round 1 final entry!
  6. I am new here, so I am slacking on pictures. I will update this first post ASAP. About me : Hello, I am Robbie. A painter from the east coast of the United States. While I don't own any models of my own I have been kept busy painting Malifaux miniatures for spare money. Mainly for local friends so far, but looking to expand my client base. How to get your models painted and prices : If you are looking to have work done by me feel free to send me a PM and we can work out everything through there. Tabletop Quality - $15 per model You get a model, fully painted and based with this. All main colors will be picked out and highlighted as well as some minor details to make the model visually appealing. Above Tabletop Quality - $25 per model Same as above, but with more details and smoother highlighting and shading. "Hero" standard - 45$ per model Same as above, with even more detail and better highlighting and shading. As well as dynamic bases and special effects and lighting. Note : If I believe a model will look better with special effects than not, I will put them on regardless of what quality you want for no extra cost. Another Note : I also have a bad habit of spending more time on models that are new to me and or just awesome looking sculpts. Those will usually end up looking better than planned regardless of what quality you want for no extra cost. Unless you don't want that, then you should specify before hand lol. Models I have painted : Most of the above models are my table top standard. A Kingdom Death model painted for a friend. Painted close to my "Hero" standard.
  7. Hello, I'm a newly discovered member of Malifaux, having picked it up rapidly (dragging my boyfriend along with me) after catching it at a local gaming shop I had visited for the first time about two weeks ago. I haven't ever done any sort of tabletop mini-gaming (beyond D&D) so it almost flew under my radar, but the setting was so unique I couldn't pass it up. My first miniature that I painted was my boyfriend's figure, a gunsmith female. I have others painted, but I don't have pictures of them quite yet. I am not a beginner painter, but I am far from an expert. I've been painting minatures since I was about 13-14 and slowly lost interest in both painting and playing D&D Mini's when I was about 21 or so. I painted a few off and on, and my last painted mini was probably about 3 years ago, if not more, so I think I am a little rusty. My skin and faces aren't NEARLY what I've seen here on the forum, and any critique or helpful hints would be very welcome! I hope to share more in the future, and I have a Lady Justice I am waaay overly proud of that I hope to post soon! I hope you guys like them!
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