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Cyr's S.O. Painted a Mousling!

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I dragged my boyfriend to the CMPA paint meeting. He chose a mousling archer as his first figure (effectively, he did a few as a kid). For a total newb, he did pretty darn well! He got the eyes with accuracy!


He also wants to get C&C and whatever pointers you want to throw at him that myself and the CO painters missed. 





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3 minutes ago, Lord of the Dish Pit said:

Looks good for a first mini. Mouslings: the Figmentian Entry Drug.


I gave him some lizardmen to practice on too and he went for the mouse!

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The Guy is a natural. With some shading, highlights & a bit of definition around the eyes, the mini will be a thing of BEAUTYTERRIFIC WORK!

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Heh. I put together a pile of figures that he can paint from my stash. Monsters, critters, babes. Should be a good start? :)


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