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    • By NyarlaBcn
      All of the sculpts from the 25th anniversary miniatures were great. All of them amazingly painted. 
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    • By bailey03
      This past weekend I started painting Brom, the 54mm scale dwarf from Enigma. The sculpt has got a mix of equipment and, to be honest, I'm not even sure what all of it is. It gives him a lot of character, but presents some challenges with the painting. I've been putting a lot of thought into how I want to approach the piece and finally decided to pick a color scheme and let that tie the figure together.
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      And here's the full figure.  Still a lot left to paint!

    • By Sae
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    • By ThirstyBob
      So taken a few pic of this guy as I was painting him, started out priming black airbrush pre shading white, then painted the whole thing in brown before changing my mind and going this direction.

      That was the shadows and blending, then I did some yellow highlights on the back and mane, and detail on the face.

      Not sure if I'm done, maybe a bit more blending on the stomach, I think it's showing a bit too much blue.

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