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About prophetic_joe

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  • Birthday 09/25/1980

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    My family first, Video Games, Dungeons and Dragons, Motorcycles, Cigars and most recently I got into painting miniatures.

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  1. Bones Furniture Speedpaints

    What colors did you use for the wood?
  2. ReaperCon 2017 Sophie and Friend

    Love this. Beautiful job. Shading and highlights are superb.
  3. Divine Bovine

    That looks like someone actually shrunk a cow. Great colors and blending on that.
  4. Maledrakh's The Thing 77521 Gravewailer

    Nasty. Awesome work.
  5. 77279: Narthrax

    Love the colors Narthrax looks awesome in green. Great job.
  6. 89001: Pathfinder Red Dragon

    Second attempt at a dragon. I have wanted to paint this guy for a long time. Pretty happy with how it turned out.
  7. Happy Birthday Prophetic_Joe !!!

    Thank you everyone! Haven't been on much lately. Super busy but I am trying to fit painting time in and time to check things out here. Thanks for the birthday wishes!
  8. 91003: Texas Ranger Male

    Changed the pictures again because I changed the base. Lol
  9. 91003: Texas Ranger Male

    Thanks guys added some more pictures.
  10. 91003: Texas Ranger Male

    Painted the Texas Ranger at the paint and take at Tri-con in Sioux City, Iowa. Really quick paint job but I am happy with him.
  11. Two Ral Partha Pirates and a Larry Elmore Chick

    Exactly what I was going to say. Skin is beautiful.
  12. WIP 89012: Lem, Iconic Bard

    Quick paint of Lem from Pathfinder. Fastest paint I have ever done but I think the best eyes. Painted in about 2 hours for my Adventurer's League game today.
  13. 89012: Lem, Iconic Bard

    My version of Lem from Pathfinder. Quick paint to a tabletop standard for my Adventurer's League character Grinly Wardfield.
  14. Discussion of D&D miniatures paint jobs.

    Sorry about that. I wasn't intending it as trashing. I like them and the quickness with which I can get them table ready. My humor however sometimes does not translate well to text and I need to be aware of that.
  15. Discussion of D&D miniatures paint jobs.

    Yeah but they really aren't super cheap. $15 for a box with 4 random. What they do for me though is give me a mix of quickly painted stuff to throw on the table since I am a really slow painter myself. Being able to just wash them and add a quick drybrush for highlight and have them be passable tabletop standard is pretty helpful while I paint other things like PCs better.