This is a fantastic scuplpt from Reaper miniatures, this is one of the first Bones Black mini I've worked with. This is one of my favorites, and the green/yellow skin tones in oil really came together quite well. The detail on this model is great. All the leather, fur, and rope were fun to work on. This guy starred as a nice big NPC in my D&D campaign, and the players had quite the run-in. The material is Reaper Bones Black resin. Harder than the regular Bones material, and holds more detail, but still very easy to work with.
None. It did come on a base that I removed. Mould lines were easy to remove.
Primed with Badger Stynlrez primer, brushed on. Miniature painted purley in oils. Mostly Winsor & Newton Winton line. The skin tones were a lot of fun to do, stippling in lighter and darker tones. Took a few hours is all. This was the first time using metallic oil paint for large armored areas, and it worked out super well. Oil washes really help pop it out. Sealed with some matt varnish from Reaper Miniatures.
Custom made with a shale, painted in acrylics for a sandstone look. The skulls on the base are from Citadel, the grass tufts are from World War Scenics. I really like how it turned out.