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Real Nice brush control, and well applied color !

 

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36 minutes ago, Jasonator said:

Real Nice brush control, and well applied color !

 

Thanks Jasonator! He's kind of a typical generic "good" cleric, so I think the colors were hopefully appropriate!

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I really like this guy! He's crisp and consistent, and the colors are very well selected! 

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Well done!

This is a good look for him!

That arrow symbol he's holding, he gives off the vibe: Heaven is that way! Shall I send you there with my hammer, infidel?

 

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6 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Well done!

This is a good look for him!

That arrow symbol he's holding, he gives off the vibe: Heaven is that way! Shall I send you there with my hammer, infidel?

 

He's just trying to serve the faithful I'm guessing. The best thing about the arrow is it's flexible. If you point it down, guess where you're going!

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Great job, especially on the cloak and face!

 

And +1 to you for painting another HackMaster figure. I used to play HackMaster 4e and loved it. I'm glad to see Partha rescue these cool figs. Do you happen to have their female dwarf, the one with the beard?

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9 minutes ago, Madog Barfog said:

Great job, especially on the cloak and face!

 

And +1 to you for painting another HackMaster figure. I used to play HackMaster 4e and loved it. I'm glad to see Partha rescue these cool figs. Do you happen to have their female dwarf, the one with the beard?

I most certainly do! Here she is:

 

 

I've been trying to go through all the Hackmaster player characters I have gotten a hold of and getting them painted up.  After I run out of them, I'll start working on their monsters!

I really have been enjoying painting these!  I really like Jim Johnson's and Bob Olley's sculpting styles!

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