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About kazmania7

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    Ruskin FL
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    Basically painting now, wishy washy fades seem to come and go for me. Started painting minis back in the late 70's for game but that was just splashing paint any old way for some effect. well after 25 years plus layoff, got talked into trying it so I'm hooked again

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  1. DSM3103 Glenraven female rogue with sword and dagger

    Falling in luv with your blends again, so decadent ! Especially on your faces and hair !
  2. This was the second of the two minis I painted for reaper's spring exchange. Again my chosen said he's about to run an Eberron campaign and asked for a House Sivis gnome wizard. My understanding is that they are magic using mailmen. In hindsight I kinda of now wish I'd chosen a different gnome but o'well. I tried to put a chest on the base as if he was summoning it, I was kinda of constrain as he just wanted gaming bases or would of liked to of put an pulled-out spring around the chest and painted it but lacked the space.
  3. 03204 battleguard golem

    This is one of the two figures I painted for Reaper's spring exchange. My chosen said he's about to run an Eberron campaign and that he needed a war-forged character, not being a gamer had no idea what that was but was told they are basically golem type creatures so I had chosen the battleguard figure. He also said he'd like to see a good gem painted, thou I rarely paint gems wanted to give it a try and just followed the basic rule dark on top and lighter in a semi-circle on the bottom with a dot of white on the dark. I did cheat and added a gloss on top while the rest of the mini was dullcoted.
  4. cracks in paint appearing on models

    question: Are they bones miniatures because I think your not suppose to prime them, but instead use one of reapers liners. If the are indeed bones miniatures sounds to me like the primer is starting to peal off the plastic.
  5. debasing miniatures

    Well I use a mini/jewelers saw to cut, and underneath the feet if I can get away with it, than drill pins into the feet. For the bases I use privateer press's round bases, and have recently fell in luv with their deep bases, also great to use if you decide not to cut the broccoli off. One of these days gonna try some reaper's bases in the sizes privateer press don't make.
  6. 14528: Rageclaw Slayer

    spring exchange?
  7. The pressure is now off me. Finished and shipped. Now hopefully will keep the painting flow going. Thank all of you for having and participating with me.
  8. 3242 Rozmina, half-orc pirate

    Splendent job on the skin tone ! Might I ask your reciepe? Again lovely work.
  9. 02599 Frorigh

    very nice Blends ! and your SENMM is coming along as well perfect choose ! luv it !
  10. Painting a Kraken - Step By Step

    I luv the forehead effect, simply Decadent !!!
  11. Thinner

    Well I would use the flow aid for when you want to do washes, I prefer distilled water for brush painting so if you want to use your thinner (if it was me) I'd mix it with some water.
  12. Farrow Valkyries

    The hair on all of them is simply beautiful ! Like @Clearman says, "awesome !"
  13. Monochrome Painting

    Luck, look forward to the WIP thread !
  14. 14672, battle nun

    Darn I wish I could help but have no idea but what you have already done. I'd take an x-acto blade and snip the drop than just paint over that area again and remember when spraying always use a sweeping motion and spray at least 10 inches away.
  15. Progress Report: My work in progress pic: Just kidding, was kinda of bored and thought this might lighten my mood up a bit. I'm making good progress on my exchange mini and expect to have it done and mailed out in a week or two.