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  1. JGroeling

    Bonesylvanian Bart

    Recently getting back into miniature painting, and decided to start off with a few bones pieces. Ordered this lip fella from Reaper and decided to knock him out around Halloween. Going to put a sealant coat over it and add spot gloss on the blood effects, for now it's all painted highlights. Any suggestions or advice always welcome. JG
  2. robinh

    0135: Bart, Halloween chibi

    I decided to take a break after completing my Secret Sophie project and paint something quick... ??and cute?? (so to speak) As I was turning around to select a mini I bumped my painting table and was immediatly attacked by a small crazed Zombie with an oversized head! Bart leaped off the shelf of "I will get to you someday ness" , dodged the paint bottles and the cleaning water on the desk, rolled over and off the desk and attacked viciously... landing on my foot! After showing such intiative I decided he earned a quick table top paint job.. so here he is. 01535 Bart sculpted by Bob Ridolfi
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