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Oohh well,i know i have notedfinishe my other 2 wips, but well i also wanted to share my calistria cleric progress ::P:

 

Hope to finish her and my other wips tomorrow :3 

 

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Her face is LOVELY; you have a flair for flesh tones. Even at this early stage the Girl is a BEAUTY.

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I wanted to finish this miniature and the others im painting, but i had a little tough weekenend ::(:. She isnt finish yet, so well here is my advance on her ::P:

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WOW!

You may be a newbie on the Forum, but you're certainly not new to painting!

 

Amazing!

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Thanks for your replys guys i apreciate it, but theres still lot of work to do with her >.< 

19 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

WOW!

You may be a newbie on the Forum, but you're certainly not new to painting!

 

Amazing!

Thanks, is funny that you say that, because i still feels like a newbie on miniature painting. :wacko:

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Kuche said:

Thanks for your replys guys i apreciate it, but theres still lot of work to do with her >.< 

Thanks, is funny that you say that, because i still feels like a newbie on miniature painting. :wacko:

 

 

 

Well, if you just started painting, than you're a Natural!

Or you have been painting for a longer time and are ( like most of us) you're own worst critic.

 

Amazing work!

Highlights on the hair and that armor, awesome!

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12 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

Well, if you just started painting, than you're a Natural!

Or you have been painting for a longer time and are ( like most of us) you're own worst critic.

 

Amazing work!

Highlights on the hair and that armor, awesome!

 

::P: you re rigth maybe i have an issue with myself-criticism. i dont feel like a natural painter, even when others say that my skills are well above my time painting minis, so i guess i could be wrong. 

 

By the way, can anyone enter on the anual reaper contest? Or do i need more time on forum? I want to expirience what it feels like to be in one  ^_^

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1 hour ago, Kuche said:

 

::P: you re rigth maybe i have an issue with myself-criticism. i dont feel like a natural painter, even when others say that my skills are well above my time painting minis, so i guess i could be wrong. 

 

By the way, can anyone enter on the anual reaper contest? Or do i need more time on forum? I want to expirience what it feels like to be in one  ^_^

 

Anyone can enter the Reaper Contests.

Just look for the right category.

 

There also fun challenges, like the D20 Rainbow Dragon one.

 

All in good fun!

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