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Excellent, always fun to watch Ub3r work, and a great start already. 

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Thanks for the encouragement everyone!

 

A bit more progress, been working on Cadence here - getting skin/eyes/base done.

 

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Wow, it's been a LONG time since I've painted 28-32mm faces and eyes, don't think I did too bad for the first time in probably 6 or 7 months, right?

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1 minute ago, robinh said:

nope, you did pretty good!

Thanks! It was looking a little rough, so I smoothed out the blends a bit. It's SOOOO dry here right now that even with a wet brush it takes a few seconds for paint to dry on the tip and cause it to look pretty pebbly. I think the humidity is at like 2% in Vegas right now.

 

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Ahh the awesomeness of an uber WIP ;)

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I was reading your comment about it drying out here I broke out my wet pallette for the first time in a while

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They look TERRIFIC; i.e., cool minis & a FINE start on the brushwork. EXCELLENT START!

A basing fanatic's question: if they are an adventuring party, working together on some glorious quest, shouldn't they all be based in a similar manner?

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Who is this painting Barbarian?

Never heard of him!

 

Good work so far Paul!

Keep it up, hope to see more soon,

 

( Also hope to beat the slump myself...)

 

 

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7 hours ago, malefactus said:

They look TERRIFIC; i.e., cool minis & a FINE start on the brushwork. EXCELLENT START!

A basing fanatic's question: if they are an adventuring party, working together on some glorious quest, shouldn't they all be based in a similar manner?

Thank you!

 

I'm personalizing them as the PC's want them as far as what they represent or where they like to be. Like the bard on a stage with her lute and people tossing gold and flowers to her. As part of her dominion over music. 

 

The warlock in a field of the dead to represent his dominion of death. 

 

The edtitch knight and his battle/storm, knocking over and destroying structures of import. 

 

6 hours ago, Xherman1964 said:

Who is this painting Barbarian?

Never heard of him!

 

Good work so far Paul!

Keep it up, hope to see more soon,

 

( Also hope to beat the slump myself...)

 

 

Thank you, Herman!

 

No barbarian in this group, ::(: much to my sadness. 

 

Thank you everyone for the comments, likes, and for following along thus far. It helps keep me motivated by posting here. ::):

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