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  1. I mean, sure. But having more dragons at that size would be good is ultimately what I'm saying. I'd like them to look like D&D blue, black, green, and white dragons, but don't need them to.
  2. I'd be alright with us getting a blue, green, black, and white at the same/similar scale as T'Raukzul. Ideally metallics too, but I'd prioritize chromatics at that scale myself.
  3. I'd like to see more dragons in the same scale as 77108 Shadow Dragon or 77109 Fire Dragon. Also some more hellborn as various classes, male and female. Hobgoblin ninjas. Reptus/dragonborn. A hippogriff.
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    8 Bones Orcs

    These guys look formidable! I'm curious what magical abilities these orcs possess too, if you're cool sharing your homebrew.
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    Sealing Question

    I have brown liner. Should I thin it at all to prime my Bones with, or just go straight from the bottle?
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    Sealing Question

    I hadn't thought about reapplying now and again. That makes sense, especially if certain figures get handled regularly (like goblins and orcs or PC minis). Same for paint. I'm primarily painting Bones. I have a few metal figures, but Bones is where it's at for me. My players tend not to be too handsy with the minis. Every now and then someone will want to look at something because they think it's cool (which I appreciate), but I haven't had anyone do what you described! I've never primed my Bones. I wash them, but I've never really thought about priming them. That is definitely something to consider. I do have brush on primer for the rare metal figures I have. I hadn't considered applying it to Bones.
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    Sealing Question

    Hi all! So I've been painting for a little while now and mainly use my minis for tabletop play. Knowing that they'd be handled a fair bit (and sometimes need to travel around in a box), I've sealed them to try and protect them. However, some of my minis are still getting chips in paint and the like, and I'm not sure why that is. I haven't sealed everything the same way, and I honestly don't remember which minis I've sealed which way to know what's worked best. Right now I use a gloss sealer and then a matte one to knock the shininess down so it looks less "cheap toy" like. Is there some other method I should use? I'm using the Reaper brush-on sealers. Thanks!
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    77155: Lizardman Warrior

    That is one shell of a shield!
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    Gourls paints a beholder

    Thank you! I wanted to try and practice some blending and work with a glaze. Still a newbie, but I like how it turned out.
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    Gourls paints a beholder

    So, not a Reaper mini, but I got my hands on one of these. I wanted to try painting one up differently than I typically see, where they're largely blue, red, or brown, since the Monster Manual mentions no two beholders are alike. That said, sometime I'd like to get another one to paint up more "traditionally," despite likely never needing to have two beholders on the board at once.
  11. In no particular order: Bullywogs A multi-headed snake monster that TOTALLY ISN'T a yuan-ti anathema Astral raiders A terrifying little thing with stretchy arms and a penchant for asphyxiating foes Demogorgon A gray render A 3-headed undead wizard More tieflings More dragonborn A fallen angel
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    Orcs

    These look great! A nice, diverse warband.
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    DSM7981, Robin Hood the Fox

    Oodalalee, what a great take on this!
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    Knight Moves

    I had some time to paint over my spring break. Said time may have come at the expense of lesson planning, but whatever. It's been awhile, unfortunately. There's plenty I'm not thrilled with here, but I wouldn't die of embarrassment from him hitting the tabletop, so that's something. I haven't had time to practice consistently, so I'm think he looks decent considering.
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    77334 Dragon Tortoise

    You did a great job with it. I love how you nailed it looking like it's being encountered underwater. You don't see that much, or I haven't.
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