Oh, Mr. Bones! – Part 4

Well it has turned cold again here in the Dallas area & that means I can’t spray any matte sealer to finish the miniatures I’ve been painting. I thought I’d go ahead and show them even though I still need to add model railroad ballast to the bases for texture & need to seal the miniatures.

All of the Reaper Bones figures have been completed except for the IMEF Marine Officer. With the desert camouflage scheme painted onto everything, I’m going to have to do some black lining to add some depth to the model. I’m pleased with the way the Bones figures turned out. Now, I just have to play with them for a year or so & see how the paint holds up.

On to the pictures:

Friday was paint Sci-Fi day!
Friday was paint Sci-Fi day!

 

That's one big Grath - Reaper Bones Miniature
That’s one big Grath – Reaper Bones Miniature

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The alluring strumpet - Reaper Bones
The alluring strumpet – Reaper Bones

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The well-armed bounty hunter - Reaper Bones
The well-armed bounty hunter – Reaper Bones

 

I already hurt for Betty, this guy is going to be brutal - Reaper Chronoscope
I already hurt for Betty, this guy is going to be brutal – Reaper Chronoscope

 

A plucky young Xeog, heroine of a future story - Reaper Chronoscope
A plucky young Xeog, heroine of a future story – Reaper Chronoscope

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A Kabasu Rift Walker - figure by Bronze Age Miniatures
A Kabasu Rift Walker – figure by Bronze Age Miniatures

 

Street Thug - figure by Foundry
Street Thug – figure by Foundry

 

Armed New Hope Citizen - figure by Foundry
Armed New Hope Citizen – figure by Foundry

 

WIP - Star Army Officer - Reaper Bones
WIP – Star Army Officer – Reaper Bones

 

Group shot of the 8 figures finished today.
Group shot of the 8 figures finished today.

4 comments

    • Thanks, Darrell. Reaper Miniatures have dynamic poses across all of their lines of miniatures. I’ve been collecting them for years & have seldom been disappointed at how they turn out.

  1. In my experience, normal play isn’t very hard on acrylic painted miniatures. But it just takes one accidental drop to the floor that knocks a chip in a paint job you spent days on to make you wish you had coated them. Still, I’ve painted acrylic onto bare metal that’s still holding up 20 years later (gasp, am I really that old?). It wasn’t until I had to move 5 times in 3 years that I really got serious paint chipping — magnetized bases don’t do well on cross-state moves.

    Great work — love the Xeog (that figure looks good in green!) and the Rift Walker.

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