Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login
About Digital Art / Hobbyist T. Jordan "Greywolf" PeacockMale/United States Recent Activity
Deviant for 4 Years
Needs Core Membership
Statistics 474 Deviations 1,798 Comments 17,851 Pageviews
×

Newest Deviations

Random Favourites

Activity


Piper, Post-Apocalyptic Reporter by JordanGreywolf
Piper, Post-Apocalyptic Reporter
Reaper Miniatures Chronoscope #50143, "Agatha Fox, Female Spy" 25-32mm scale pewter gaming miniature, slightly modified with some epoxy putty, then painted in acrylics to represent a post-apocalyptic reporter in the Fallout setting.  Specifically, I was inspired by Piper, intrepid reporter for the "Publick Occurrences" {sic} newspaper of Diamond City, in Fallout 4.  

The hat (somehow it looked the right size when I added the putty, right up until I took the photo) and scarf are both custom additions.  For my Fallout games, I don't plan on having the very same Piper show up in my campaign (as, after all, none of my scenarios is set to take place in Boston), but I was painting up a few figures as survivors/settlers/civilians, and what with the figure's trenchcoat, thought it might be amusing to try to do an "homage" to Piper.

The benches in the background are laser-cut MDF-and-plastic kits from Warsenal, with some custom-printed seat-back signs (cobbled together from existing Fallout-themed poster images, just with elements scooted around to fit the particular dimensions of this piece).

Fallout is a property of Bethesda Softworks and ZeniMax Media.
Loading...
Post-Apocalyptic Vacuum Cleaner Salesman by JordanGreywolf
Post-Apocalyptic Vacuum Cleaner Salesman
Reaper Miniatures "Chronoscope" #50051: Max Decker (28-32mm scale pewter gaming miniature), modified with a plastic "bit" from a Games Workshop Warhammer Fantasy miniatures set (dwarf miners, I think), plus some Safari Ltd "Toob" toys (from "Down on the Farm") modified with assorted plastic Games Workshop Warhammer 40K bits, and an extra cow head made with some Instant Mold and some Apoxie Sculpt epoxy putty.  The rusty tractor is also from the "Down on the Farm" Toob set, just touched up with some acrylic paints to make it look a bit more Fallout-esque.

I fixed this up to represent one of the pre-generated heroes for a Savage Worlds RPG Fallout-themed scenario at Necronomicon (www.stonehill.org/necro.htm) in Tampa, Florida.  The character is a ghoul merchant who, prior to the Great War, was a door-to-door salesman and licensed service rep for ElectroSux Vacuum Cleaners.  After the bomb, he hasn't fully adapted to his new reality.  He travels as a wandering merchant, with his mutant cow ("brahmin"), dubbed "Corvega" -- and whom he refers to as if the cow were somehow a Corvega car, rather than a beast of burden -- e.g., "Let me see what I have in the trunk," as he checks the saddle bags.  He also has a heavily-modified "sample" vacuum cleaner -- essentially a "junk jet" as portrayed in the Fallout games.  

In game terms, his big "gimmick" for my one-shot scenarios is that he has a stockpile of all sorts of knickknacks, so if the player thinks of some tool that might be useful in a given situation, he can do a resource check, deduct the value of the item (as determined by the GM, if not on the price list) from the cache value, and -- voila!  He has JUST the thing!  That, and with the junk jet, he hardly ever has to worry about running out of ammunition in combat, since somehow it manages to turn just about anything a foot in diameter or smaller into a projectile.

"Fallout" is a property of Bethesda Softworks / ZeniMax Media.
Loading...
Fallout Mr. Handy #2 (Brother Vinni) by JordanGreywolf
Fallout Mr. Handy #2 (Brother Vinni)
Resin 28/32mm scale gaming miniature manufactured by Brother Vinni (of Russia), assembled and painted in craft acrylics, with slight modifications.

This is another Brother Vinni "Nuclear Sandlot Flying Bot (bot-fly)" miniature assembled and painted up for a future Fallout campaign -- and for a couple of Fallout-themed Savage Worlds RPG scenarios at Necronomicon Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror/Gaming Convention this upcoming weekend (October 28-30, 2016).

The resin is remarkably resilient for its size, but not indestructible.  I ran into some trouble when assembling the "eye stalks" on the robot, and ended up breaking a couple of them.  In order to salvage this, I ended up re-positioning the segments in an attempt to portray all three "eye stalks" as facing forward rather than just pointing off every which way.  The arms are modified, inspired by standard Mr. Handy robot attachments from the Fallout franchise, using a translucent plastic flame segment from a HorrorClix "Fire Breather" miniature for the flamethrower, and then a small watch gear and some putty for the cutting blade.

Background elements include some Hot Wheels track and playset pieces that I repainted and touched up with a bit of putty (to add some "post-apocalyptic damage" cracks and grime), and a building from a Spiderman game/playset in the background.
Loading...
Fallout Protectrons (Brother Vinni) by JordanGreywolf
Fallout Protectrons (Brother Vinni)
Two resin 28/32mm scale game miniatures from Brother Vinni (of Russia), based and painted up as Protectron robots from the "Fallout" series of post-apocalyptic retro-futuristic video games.  Also pictured are some "brick ruin" wall pieces from Armorcast (also painted up with craft acrylics).  The Protectron on the left is painted up in typical default color scheme found in Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas, while the one on the right is painted up in Nuka-Cola bottling plant regalia.

These were painted for use in a couple of Savage Worlds RPG scenarios set in the Fallout universe, for the Necronomicon fantasy/sci-fi/horror convention held in Tampa, Florida in October of 2016.  (www.stonehill.org/necro.htm)
Loading...
Fallout Mr. Gutsy (Brother Vinni) by JordanGreywolf
Fallout Mr. Gutsy (Brother Vinni)
Resin 28/32mm scale gaming miniature manufactured by Brother Vinni (of Russia), painted up as a "Mr. Gutsy" robot from the Fallout series of retro-futuristic post-apocalyptic video games.  Also shown: plastic trash dumpster terrain piece from Reaper Miniatures (on left), and assorted brick ruins pieces from Armorcast (in background).

I used some printed paper details for the star on the Mr. Gutsy shell and the tattered poster on the back of the dumpster.

This was assembled, painted, and slightly modified for a couple of Fallout-themed Savage Worlds RPG scenarios for the Necronomicon sci-fi/fantasy/horror convention in Tampa, Florida in October of 2016.  (www.stonehill.org/necro.htm)
Loading...
Recently, I've helped out with a few "figure flat" illustrations for the sci-fi/cyberpunk setting of "Interface Zero 2.0" (from Gun Metal Games), and I also wrapped up a sci-fi/horror campaign using a slight variation on the same setting.  (I was using the beta test rules, so some of the details of my setting were put together before all of the "fluff" came out for the proper IZ setting.  My version of Ceres, for instance, is a bit more remote and claustrophobic and horror-appropriate than the version that appears in the space supplement for IZ 2.0.)

Anyway, some of my more recent uploads are samples of the "flat art" done for a project related to that for the IZ 2.0 Kickstarter.  The idea is that, in lieu of having 3D miniatures, you might use little paper fold-ups that have pictures of characters and creatures to represent their positions on the table.  The artwork would end up being shrunk down to about 1" to 1.25" tall, so it's okay that it's a bit rough and sketchy.  Some of them suffer a bit more than others for being blown up large enough to show off here, so I'm definitely not sharing the whole lot of them.

Interface Zero 2.0 is a trademark of Gun Metal Games ( www.gunmetalgames.com ).
Savage Worlds is a trademark of Pinnacle Entertainment Group ( www.peginc.com ).

deviantID

JordanGreywolf's Profile Picture
JordanGreywolf
T. Jordan "Greywolf" Peacock
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
United States
Concept illustrator, word processing specialist, layout editor, and miniatures gamer (among other things).
Interests

AdCast - Ads from the Community

×

Comments


Add a Comment:
 
:iconardashir:
ardashir Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2015
Happy Birthday, Jordan!
Reply
:iconjordangreywolf:
JordanGreywolf Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks!  :)
Reply
:iconcarpenocturne:
carpenocturne Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Student Filmographer
:iconzeecaptainplz: Zee Captein would like to thank you for supporting his army with your delicious favorite!
Reply
:iconbillking:
billking Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2013
thanks 4 the fave.
Reply
:iconlady-cybercat:
lady-cybercat Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Oh hey! I didn't know you had a DA account!
Reply
:iconcanray:
CanRay Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2013  Professional Writer
We going to see any of your Savage Worlds Ghostbuster stuff?
Reply
:iconarnolf:
Arnolf Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Nice work on zombicide figurines !
I started yesterday to paint mine
Reply
:iconjordangreywolf:
JordanGreywolf Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks! I need to find the time to get back to painting the rest of my figures. I've put some detail into the heroes, but for the zombies themselves, I haven't really done more than to just slap on some basic colors (for variety) and apply some washes.
Reply
:iconarnolf:
Arnolf Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
There are so much zombie that this is quite hard to paint them all, I've painted only two of them yet !
Reply
:iconjordangreywolf:
JordanGreywolf Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Exactly! That's why I've tried to go through the minis all-at-once, basically -- though I'm not sure that it's really the better way of doing it. In other words, I take the whole mess of zombies, and base coat them. Then, get out the grey-blue "jean" color and go down the line and find what minis can use that color, and paint some in. Then let's get out the brown. Etc. Got everything roughly covered? Black acrylic wash all down the line. Etc. Not a one of them is FINISHED, but at least all of them are somewhere along in the process, and I think it makes them look better on the table than if I had a few finished and all the rest of them *not* finished. (At least, that's my theory.)

On the other hand, it remains to be seen whether I'll actually ever finish the lot of them, or whether I'll just keep stringing the whole thing along. (There is a certain advantage, a MEASURE OF PROGRESS in doing one mini at a time, so I can say with certainty how many are DONE, versus a very hard-to-quantify estimate of how far in the *process* I am with the whole lot at once.)
Reply
(1 Reply)
Add a Comment: