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Tim the Druid (Reaper 77174 Leisynn, Mercenary Mage)

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Holy smokes, that looks awesome! What kind of brush did you use for the writing in the book? Every time I paint something like that it runs together and looks all mishmashed.  But that turned out amazing!

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Jonaas33, Thank you!  

I used an 3/0 AIT Art Russion Sable Round from a brush set my husband bought me from Amazon.

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Hey @ShadowRaven!!!

 

Great job!

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I really like what you've done with the tome. I'm surprised you didn't use a dark wash on the robes - but it looks great. 

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Dang!  I love the green and I LOVE the work you did on the book!

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There are some who call me.....Tim

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I love it! Tim is BEAUTIFULLY painted in a FINE array of colors, but the name made the mini even better for me. VERY WELL DONE!

Tim brought to mind one of the player characters from my erstwhile AD&D Group; Rick The Ranger: fleet of foot, faint of heart, & feeble of mind...I love these trips down Memory Lane.

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Very cool, that book cover looks like a kid's school book cover!

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Awesome as always. The spell book is especially stunning!  

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