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Hello all! I got a lot of advice on the last mini painted and I tried to incorporate it into this one. This one is Ingrid the Gnome from the second Learn to Paint Kit. I really wasn't pleased with how she was turning out, but I think I salvaged it a bit in the end. This is my 4th mini, and it was my first attempt at eyes; it was frustrating and horrible. I tried several techniques, and it took about 4 tries to get them to the state they are in. I stopped fussing with the details, particularly on the base because frankly, I just want to move on. Hopefully it's not a step backwards. Comments and Critiques are greatly desired. Thanks!
PS: Once again, I apologize for the poor pictures. I'm going to build a light box soon.
An older one, but I enjoyed the sculpt. This is a continuation of my practice with purples.... Not much I could do, except the hair...
I toyed with the idea of making her much darker looking... but in the end, this is more likely to end up with the PC minis, instead of a villain.
Thanks for enjoying my art.
By Lidless Eye
Last off the table, a group of Reaper Miniatures ordered during the 12 Days of Reaper promotion. I tried to stick to minis who will see use not just in Christmas themed adventures.
The full group:
Jakob Knochengard, who will likely see the table as a Witch Hunter for Mordheim:
Nick the Holiday Rogue:
The Yule Treant:
Hecklemeyer, Undead Jester:
Tinker the Gnome (I tried for a Disney Gepetto scheme on him)
By David Brawley
I decided to flip through my ReaperCon purchase of the Learn to Paint Kit 2: Layer Up! and was inspired to actually get started...
This is the result of a couple of hours of effort.
Still working on the shadow stages, but so far I'm a fan of both the instructions, the paints, and my work. I'm not a fan of the brush that came with the kit. According to the instructions, it's supposed to be a size 1, it's a size 0. Not that big a deal... but the fact that it's bristles are splayed out like an abused drybrush? Does not match the quality of the brush I bought at ReaperCon and have been using regularly since.
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