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Presenting Bill Sykes (and Bullseye!), leader of the Dickensian faction from the game Twisted.

 

Going back to painting true-scale minis, and rather detailed ones at that, proved harder than I thought it would, but I think I did a decent job.

I just wish my varnish hadn't left Bills coat so shiny.

 

As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.

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Amazing to see you go go go !!

Your painting up a storm !!!

Beautiful work.

Jay

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The pair of Villainous Rogues turned out WONDERFULLY. They lived up to the full potential their W.I.P. thread promised...BEAUTIFUL brushwork, bases, & colors. VERY WELL DONE!

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Fantastic, I love them both but especially Bullseye (as a previous owner of an English Bull Terrier)!

 

Painting some Dullcote over the top of Bill's varnished coat will get rid of the shine. ::):

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Those are some pretty cool figures; I don't think I've ever seen them before.

Nice paint job on them!

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