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These kobolds were speed painted (no more than 20 minutes per figure) and turned out ok for game table use. There is nothing fancy about them, its all about the practicality of getting 12 minis painted as quickly as possible.

 

 

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I did one of those in the speed paint at reapercon. They are so tiny I don't think you could put much more effort into them if you wanted to. They look good.

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Thank you both.

 

I did one of those in the speed paint at reapercon. They are so tiny I don't think you could put much more effort into them if you wanted to.

Indeed they are very small, but there is plenty of detail if I really wanted to paint it carefully, as it is some of the detail is lost in the pictures anyway. That said for speed painting I got most of the detail to show :)

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They look good, comparable to a high-quality prepaint paintjob (prepaintjob?).

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Dai-Mongar that is basically what the goal is, to get that "rare" quality paintjob on everything, which is why I'm happy with the method. :)

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A very decent tabletop standard. Are those the metals or the Bones versions?

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