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The transparency effect is so cool! Love his shirt, love the colors you used, and his grumpy expression!

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The "transparent" mug is awesome!

His shirt is excellent!

 

But my favorite part is his expression!

He is cleaning that mug, and you can see him watching some customers misbehaving.

Just one more broken glass and he will kick them out!

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NIce!

 

Somewhere, somehow, there's a diorama idea for the mousling bartender/wench combined with the Townsfolk bartender/wench minis.

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I realised it's very challenging to paint glass. I'm happy you think it turned out well.

There will be more from the Mousling Tavern to come. No dead drunk Mousling, but a lot of happy little folks.

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7 hours ago, Cranky Dog said:

NIce!

 

Somewhere, somehow, there's a diorama idea for the mousling bartender/wench combined with the Townsfolk bartender/wench minis.

Minibart did a mouseling tavern a couple years ago. I think he built the tavern from scratch. The mouselings have so much character, they deserve to have their own little place to grab a drink and relax!

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On 3/21/2017 at 9:31 PM, Metalchaos said:

I realised it's very challenging to paint glass. I'm happy you think it turned out well.

There will be more from the Mousling Tavern to come. No dead drunk Mousling, but a lot of happy little folks.

 

He is fantastic! As others have said, the glass transparency effects & his expression are wonderful.

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Thanks, it encouraging. I still have four bock to paint. I was hesitating about painting some in tin color, but I think I will take this opportunity to practice realistic glass on all of them. I can still paint a Red beer, a White weat beer and various amber beers. Who wants a good BEER?

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