I've painted about six to seven Bones minis already - and three of them are of large size or above. So far, I've got the giant and dragon that have both been posted here.
Right now, I'm working on Cthulhu. I have to share this story with you guys…
I got Cthulhu via trade with Mik. He got some trollbloods, I got the Elder God. No big deal. Well, our buddy Andy comes over to visit that night and takes a gander at the model. That's the white, unbased picture below. Well, once Andy saw my prize…he almost wet himself. He couldn't believe it. He literally did a walk around of the entire model on the table. You would have thought I had just gotten a motorcycle.
Guys, if you like painting minis like this, I can't recommend Cthulhu enough. He's really big. His pose his great - he's poised in mid-stride - and he's even on a neat base. He's stepping off of a massive rune stone, in case you were wondering.
Now, as cool as his base was…I had to make it even cooler. With my trusty Dremel, I sawed off the base of the Elder God, leaving only the really cool rune stone. He'll be mounted on that base filled with fungi and maggots that I posted about earlier.
Anyhow, you guys will be the first to see the final product!
P.S. Note how I didn't base the model before painting it? They said you don't need to base your Reaper Bones minis and they were right! Amazing!