Alright, I’ve had this one in the works for the past 5 months. It’s time to write out the damned tutorial and post it. Especially since this is my Craft War entry for April.
My Chimeras are made from 2 Gazelles and 2 Lions from a $3 Jungle Animals pack I got from Walmart, and 2 Velociraptors from a Dinosaur bucket (also from Walmart).
I started by cutting the heads off of the Gazelles and the Raptors, and trimming down the horns of the gazelles. Continue reading
Needing something to work on while waiting for the paint on my elementals to dry and feeling inspired by the blisterpack off of a toy manta ray my kid decided he had to have, I decided to try my hand at making an Aboleth.
First I needed some reference images, including the official aboleth mini:
These guys look like Sad Catfish… I think we can do better.
As Requested by Phaedros at Planeswalker Arena, I did up a simple desert oasis. Then I made a bigger one. Then Some River Tiles… and it just kinda went downhill from there.
Well, I finished my mini-paints for the Red and Blue summons for AotPW.
For Blue I White-Bombed, followed up with a wash of Too Blue for the Leyline Phantoms and True Blue for the Illusionary Projections. Over this I did a dry brush of dolphin gray followed by a light dryrbush of white, and then a final dry brush of Sky Blue. After this dried, I sealed it in Acrylic Gloss Finish.
Just a quick peek at my painting progress.
After Priming in White, I White-Bombed the White, Red and Blue minis and Black-Bombed the Black and Green minis.
Wow, the competition is heating up! I know have two most worthy opponents to face off against in the Miniatures Competition. I would have entered the Terrain Competition as well, but have been busy with my Zombie City paper minis (will post review when I have the final touches up!)
At any rate, here is Pebebe‘s Water Weird tutorial, which can be found on his site.
DM’s Craft User Halloweenville graciously granted me premission to repost his Skeleton Bridge Tutorial here. The Skeletons can be had for 4 for a buck from Dollar Tree and Dollar General
First Here’s some of the Materials and Tools Used.