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  1. I know I haven't finished my Hunters Guild set yet, but after prepping my Farmers just to see what the Guild Ball plastic is like, I really wanted to paint them! I've got six farmers and two bits of terrain, I'm starting with the terrain:- The pig doesn't have a name so I shall call him 'Stinky'. The wood posts are a base of Parasite Brown, given drybrushes of Ochre Yellow and Iraqi Sand and a Brown Wash, and the Guild symbol is Bronze with Polished Gold highlights. The metal brackets are Oily Steel with a Black Wash at the moment, they still need highlighting.
  2. aku-chan

    Millstone

    Presenting Millstone a member of the Farmers Guild from the game Guild Ball and part of my Old Fathers Harvest WIP thread. I'm not too happy with her face (not that she had much of one to start with), but I think the rest turned out pretty good. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
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