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  1. Now I don't want to alarm anyone or cause shock or anything, but I am actually going to paint something. (I know, weird right?) I'm not really taking a break from sculpting so much as I am making time to paint to keep my painting skills intact. I'm afraid that if I don't start doing a figure here and there, I might get too rusty with the brush. I have a really cool idea that I want to do for ReaperCon this year, but it will challenge me considerably from a painting perspective. This WIP is not that project. This WIP is the project where-in I attempt to remember which end of the paint brush to put into the paint so that I have a hope of pulling off the real projects for ReaperCon. That said, I will approach this mini as a possible Painters entry and we'll see where it goes. I chose the Jungle Titan from Bones III, because the figure will come in handy as a boss in one of my PF campaigns. To be honest, I like a lot about this mini, but I'm not crazy about the feathers or the skull head, so my first step is to cut it up and resculpt the parts I want different. Right now I am using this guy as a putty catcher for my other sculpting projects (i.e., sculpt on which I can use up left over putty). Here are the results of the first sculpting session I did last night: Comments welcome. Andy