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I needed to paint something which was not on my shelf of shame.  I will use this guy next week in my D&D game, so I did a speed paint on him.  Not the greatest, but it helped be get over painting inertia and get moving on my shelf of shame projects again.  I have realized I just don't like painting big miniatures very much.

 

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He looks very good,

That base compliments him!

 

I do love to paint large minis, busts and such.

This guy is also in my pile of unpainted minis.

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On 3/31/2018 at 8:36 AM, Geoff Davis said:

  I have realized I just don't like painting big miniatures very much.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wouldn't know it by looking at it, as it looks great! 

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You did a great job with it. I love how you nailed it looking like it's being encountered underwater. You don't see that much, or I haven't. 

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