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Kharegims RPG minis

Kharegims RPG minis

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About the Project

So this is where I'll be collecting all my rpg figures that I build and paint, mostly reaper bones but a few other manufacturers are represented also, this is an open ended project with no real end in sight but is rather just where I paint what I feel like from my rpg collection!

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Ice troll

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Ice troll I based up using a dungeon saga 50mm base, the idea was to be able to use him for that too!

Ice troll

Classic skeletons

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  • By now if it’s not become clear, the rpg minis I have painted are an assortment of odds and ends, things I normally painted as a palate cleanser between army projects. Here are my reaper bones skeletons and liche, these were alot of fun and fairly easy to do. The basing in particular is something I want to document here. I started with Vallejo engine Gray, followed by sea gray and then a final highlight of light Gray all put through my airbrush. The actual bases are the dungeon saga bases I bought a heap of!

The goat with a thousand young

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Another fun freaky project I did was this dark young miniature from reaper bones, it’s a freaky thing and using a mix of army painters glistening blood and games workshops blood for the blood god I think I created a truly disturbing black glossy blood effect. Plus the pale white contrasting with black is always good for horror fun!

Hail Hydra!

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Another figure I painted years ago was the reaper bones hydra. I only recently based him up using a mixture of Luke’s APS base ready material and army painter and gamers grass tufts. I wish I had written down how I painted him since I do like his skin colour.

Here be dragons

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So when I first got back into rpgs was around the time 4th edition and was out, it apparently sucked and I wound up playing pathfinder first edition instead (which let’s be real, is just dnd 3.5) I started by painting the reaper bones pathfinder red dragon and I have no clue how I painted him since that was a few years ago. But anyways here he is! I basically decided I wanted him to look like he’s come straight from the cover of the core book, so I have.

I also finished a blue dragon, called narthrax by reaper minis, he was alot of fun but trouble was I can’t remember how I painted him! But that’s a big reason I’m doing this blog now, to document how I painted all my figures that complete from now on!

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