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Wow those are amazing! I hope I can do that someday. The green necrotic fire is perfect!

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Awesome job as always!

 

Does this mean there's a video of Durst forthcoming too?  

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Your painting is so stunning and beautiful! I do have a question, I have noticed with the Privateer Press models there are a lot of poorly placed mold lines, how did you get these minis to look so clean? Do you use a special tool?

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4 hours ago, Gargs said:

Awesome job as always!

 

Does this mean there's a video of Durst forthcoming too?  

 

Yes. It releases in 3 weeks. I just cover the armour though.

 

1 hour ago, Baldur8762 said:

Your painting is so stunning and beautiful! I do have a question, I have noticed with the Privateer Press models there are a lot of poorly placed mold lines, how did you get these minis to look so clean? Do you use a special tool?

 

Just a sharp Xacto blade for the resin bits and a standard file for the metal.

You'd be surprised what you can hide with paint.....:ph34r:

5 hours ago, Consequence said:

Wow those are amazing! I hope I can do that someday. The green necrotic fire is perfect!

 

I am a firm believer that anyone can master the technical ability required to paint minis. All it takes is practice. Just be persistent and you can paint to whatever level you desire.

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Wow these are great.

. I have just resently tried to paint gems. Yours look  fantastic. I only painted one white dot, you Seem to paint more and in some places a couple of stripes-ish.. 

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Awesome!!!

 

Love the highlights on the armor, also great fire effect.

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Amazing! 

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6 hours ago, LarsM said:

Wow these are great.

. I have just resently tried to paint gems. Yours look  fantastic. I only painted one white dot, you Seem to paint more and in some places a couple of stripes-ish.. 

 

How to Paint Gemstones

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Both pieces are VERY WELL DONE, but I LOVE the base you crafted for the Big Steam Dude...to me, that is an inspiring creation.

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nice job  i like your color scheme

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They both look fantastic!

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