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Friday, April 18, 2014
Monique De NoirI've been doing less and less with this blog, but a few recent speed-painting videos I've posted have spurred me on to doing another post. I finally finished that Monique De Noir mini I had so much trouble with:
- Speed Painting - Monique De Noir -
Deets on the mini, Monique De Noir from Reaper:
Simon BelmontI also did a Simon Belmont speed painting which was pretty fun.
VIDEO VIDEO DESCRIPTION:
- Speed Painting a Mini - Simon Belmont -
I play Pathfinder (which is basically a revised 3rd edition of D&D) and I made a Belmont to play as. I bought a mini and painted it to look like Simon Belmont. Hope you enjoy!
Subscribe to my other channel, Wanderinglobo, if you want more game related stuff. This channel is just kinda random. lol :)
Dark KnightThen there was a Dark Knight that I used for a campaign like a year ago. Here's the speed paint for that:
- Speed Painting A Miniature -
It's been like seriously a year since I last painted, but I'm going to be playing in a Pathfinder campaign with some buds, so that's perfect motivation to get back in the swing of things with my painting.
This mini is Athak Alt Sculpt, Necropolis Sergeant. Got it from Reaper miniatures. I'll provide a link below if you want.
Sorry about the dead pixel on my camera. This camera is the only one I've got with enough memory to do these long recording sessions.
Here's a link to my miniature painting blog below. Like I said, I haven't been painting for like a year now; as such, no recent posts except maybe one I might do for this model.
The music was composed by me. Don't rip it please ;)
Here's the link to where you can purchase this model if you're interested.
Posted by Author Paul Yoder at 9:48 AM
Thursday, March 7, 2013
M41 WALKER BULLDOG
Let’s take a break from my customary Warhammer 40k/Reaper minis for a bit. Exit the world of fantasy/sci-fi to enter historical armor, specifically US tanks.
I recently was sucked into all things World War II tanks due to a video game called World of Tanks I’ve been playing. From there, I started looking at other tanks, such as the M41 Walker Bulldog used in the Vietnam War.
I didn’t take a shot of it out of the box, but it was a washed-out olive green color. It is plastic, and it came in unconstructed in about 100 different parts that you have to cut, file down, glue and put together. It’s a model tank from Tamiya. They make quite a selection of old, and current, tank models.
Without getting too long in the tooth, here’s the mid-stage photos…
And here’s the finished model shots…
Posted by Author Paul Yoder at 9:18 AM
Monday, March 4, 2013
Believe it or not, I have been painting over the last few months. I've just been too lazy to post the pictures. I've got them on my camera and will be uploading them here this week. Just wanted to let you guys know there's content coming and I'm not dead. :)
Posted by Author Paul Yoder at 9:17 AM
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
There’s been a famine of posts here at Warlite’s Miniatures over the last few months, and there is reason. I’ve started an online Editing and Proofreading business called Tomework that can be visited at www.tomework.com. This venture has taken most of my time as creating a business website is no little task. It’s done though so feel free to check it out. I have a few minis on my craft desk that beg to be painted and I now just might have time to start back up again. Hopefully the famine of creativity is soon over.
Posted by Author Paul Yoder at 12:29 PM
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
This last month has been pretty intense as you probably could tell by my lack of posts recently. This blog isn’t about my life so I’m not going to go into all the details, but it looks like I’ll be wrapped up in other activities for at least the next month. I’ll try and do some painting but can’t promise any new posts for a while.
I did finally finish that batch of terrain though. Glad I’m done with it cuz I want to get back to painting minis, not rocks and cardboard.
I’m going to be GMing some Pathfinder coming up for some friends and fam, and I’m trying to finish paintjobs for some of the minis I’m going to use in that campaign so next time I post, it will probably be for that. It’s a batch job so I’ll give some tips on how to paint a lot of minis at once.
Till next time!
Posted by Author Paul Yoder at 8:52 AM
Friday, October 14, 2011
My next two pieces were done with a sand ground base since the grass on the last two looked kind of blaa. Still, I had troubles with gluing stuff to the sand. It became really flaky as you can see in some of the pictures. I’m probably going to do two or three more then be done with terrain for a while. It was a fun diversion from painting minis.
Posted by Author Paul Yoder at 8:01 AM