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Painting looks nice!

 

The pic...crop it down smaller. A big ol' magnified pic is great for inspecting while you're painting, but too close and big for casual viewing on the web.

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Flickr by yahoo also has easy to use cropping and resizing tools.

 

The eyes are fantastic. Do you know why he's covered in little white speckles? Have you spray sealed him? Or, perhaps, you were trying out Lazlo's granite technique nearby?

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We have a terrible 'dust' problem in this current place. I'm 85% sure its not dust as in dead skin and tiny debris though because it gets all over everything in less than a day regardless of how clean I keep everything. I finished Bart two days ago, dusted him off before I took pictures and he still looks like that. I've started wrapping up my minis in plastic that I'm done painting and sealing them in an airtight container.

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Were you dealing with children when you got the inspiration to paint this :zombie:

LOL

Perfect little monsters..

Laughed my butt off.

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The Little Rotter looks TERRIFIC; your brushwork & color choices are SPLENDID...the skin tones & his eyes appeal to moi. GREAT WORK!

 

I can empathize with the dust problem...it's easy to see how civilizations wind up being buried. I've been storing my stuff in egg cartons...the organic eggs come in clear cartons for an easier time finding specific minis.

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I can definitely sympathize about the constant battle against dust. Most of my finished minis go either in an ikea glass display cabinet or in a plastic bin if part of a tabletop army.

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