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^^ So that's the link to the WIP thread for this guy.
He did not turn out to be a fastish paint job. He turned into my experiment.
I put more work into highlighting the hair than I usually do. I got his bald dome more shiny than I have for past skin tones. I've done bits of freehand before, but this is the first fabric pattern freehand I've done (turned out a bit thicker than I would have preferred, but I still like it).
First NMM for me ever. I may have been better off with a classic sword or straight line sort of thing, but ehh... this turned out okay for a first shot, I think. The axes took 3-4 hours
And for good measure, I scuffed up his boots in the "sand", and put a shadow of him on the sand.
I got my nice camera rolling, but not I am re-learning it. Got a diffused ring LED attached to it for lighting. Just a piece of gray-blue construction paper in the background.
Comments, critiques, shrieks of "what in the heck is this junk?!" all welcome!
The Steampunk Busts Girls by Scale75. A innovative project for collectors, painters and even gamers with desire to paint.
Large picture of the individual ladies behind the spoiler:
Here is a hero forge dwarf fighter I've been working on painting the last few days. A friend in my D&D group convinced me to make one of these (before I found Reaper and other mini companies). The detail is pretty good, but the price point was pretty high. I went with the brass and if I had to do it over I would probably choose the high quality plastic. I also didn't think about having paint all the nooks and crannies when designing this guy.
Let me know what you think so far. C&C is always welcome.
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