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I agree!

The paintjob is amazing, the scenic base is awesome.

 

But paint that rim black or brown, you want the focus to be on the mini!

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9 minutes ago, NecroMancer said:

So cool!  You've been busy!  I really like all your work!

Thanks. I paint during work hours at my call center. I've almost finished all the larger minis I got in Bones 3 except for a couple remaining, and I've finished almost all of Stoneskull and the Graveyard. I'm starting to reach the point of only having humanoid minis left, and I save those until last. It's been a very productive six months so far. 

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That is BEAUTIFULLY painted, FANTASTICALLY based, & DELICIOUSLY horrifying. VERY WELL DONE!

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That's pretty disturbing; outstanding job!

Having only fit-tested my own, I'm wondering did you paint it in pieces and then put it together?

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3 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

That's pretty disturbing; outstanding job!

Having only fit-tested my own, I'm wondering did you paint it in pieces and then put it together?

I left the tongue and tentacles off, and didn't attach her to the base until she was done, but I glued the legs and tail before painting began. 

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On 12/31/2017 at 11:13 AM, slash486 said:

This looks awesome! Excellent job. Only criticism is the gold ring on the base. I think that it pulls the eye away from the mini.

 

On 12/31/2017 at 11:27 AM, Glitterwolf said:

I agree!

The paintjob is amazing, the scenic base is awesome.

 

But paint that rim black or brown, you want the focus to be on the mini!

FWIW, I put a ring like that on all my large minis. Silver for "Gargantuan" sized minis and gold for "colossal" minis. I guess I can see how it might be a little visually distracting, but I'd never noticed before.:blink:

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