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  1. 02593: Shy Little Sea Snail

    I picked up this little snail at a convention booth last year or so and had a lot of fun painting her. She is seen here peeking through the weeds. :-) The original mini was just the snail on kind of a rock thing (now embedded in the base). Update: had a chance to get some pictures of the shell as requested. :-)
  2. This guys were fun (and quick) to paint up. Snake on the right is a Indian Cobra as the sculpt intends. (The white on the hood follows the shape sculpted in.) Snake on the left is roughly a spotted viper. I converted the cobra by chopping of its hood, but should have just shorten the hood and added some green stuff to the remaining bit of hood to give it a wide face.
  3. I did this in about an hour, quite rushed due to my needing to finish it in time for a gift exchange at a party. It's just okay, I really should have chosen a color other than gray for the kitty herself, it makes the contrast between the fur and the wings much less than I wanted. But again, I was in quite a hurry. :) I'd like to thank Shadowraven for the inspiration to do a drybrush of pearl white on the wings. It really is an incredibly neat effect!! The odd bluish tint you can see in the shadows is still-wet brush-on sealer. Huzzah! --OneBoot :D
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