It’s been a busy couple of weeks. Since the last minis I painted were skeletons, I wanted to practice some more with them. When I bought all my paints, I also bought some nice “Armoured Skeletons I” from Otherworld Miniatures.
Finally, I had some time and finished my first Reaper Bones figures. So, today I’m posting the first finished figures: 6 skeletons from the Bones Undead Horde Set. Sadly, I didn’t take pictures in between for every step.
I painted my last mini well over 10 years ago. So, I’m a little out of practice. Worse, I don’t have any paints or brushes left from the old days. I used to paint my old minis with Revell Oil paints, but from what I surmised from different websites, acryllic paints are the way to go.
Just to give you an impression of the sheer size of this thing: This is Kaladrax, the undead skeletal dragon. The tiny guy standing on his skull is a standard-sized Reaper miniature. It’s one of my old minis painted with oil paints from back in the day.
On August 25th 2012, I participated in the now legendary Reaper Bones Kickstarter and pledged a Vampire Level Package. It was the last day, the package included over 240 miniatures. A few months later, I upgraded my order