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Crowley's Deladrin, Autumnal Ranger

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Lately I've been thinking I want to wrap up the Bones 1 core set. This assassin, which looked more ranger-ish to me, was near the top of the pile, and ready to go, so out she came. I glued her to a base, and then onto one of my cork holders. She was already brown lined, so I started with Muddy Olive for the cloak, and Warrior Flesh for the face. Worked a bit on the eyes with Viper Green, and then decided that the scarf was going to be in the color of autumnal leaves, so she'd be a little more interesting than just muted browns and greens. 

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And this was where I left off after the first evening.

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And catching up with that I actually did last night...

 

Same colors as before, just bringing them up in intensity. 

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This is one of my favourite minis and one of the first I bought from Reaper. I like seeing different takes on how to paint her. Because of Bones Ss I now have 3 of her but only 1 painted. She's looking good so far.

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I've sort of been poking at her... Mostly just hitting the leather armor with various browns, and painting the studs with dragon bronze. Tonight I added gravel to the base.

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Hua, apparently I didn't come back to fill in what I'd done here! 

 

Painted up the base with a blend of Mountain Stone, and a muddy mix of browns.

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With some yellow and brighter reds to try to look like fallen leaves.

 

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I've since cleaned up the edge of the base, but that's it. She's done!

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Hiya, I love the way she came out looking.  your eyes look wonderful, and I love the scarf.  **hugs** you're a great painter

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