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1 hour ago, paintybeard said:

Nice, but she doesn't quite seem to have got the hang of wearing a kilt...

 

That's because it is a trophy, she took it from the guy she defeated.

 

Awesome job!

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1 hour ago, paintybeard said:

Nice, but she doesn't quite seem to have got the hang of wearing a kilt...

 

Nope, she's the original Hipster. 

Just look, flannel shirt and a long beard...   

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Haha. A long beard. I had to think about that for a minute.

 

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@Geoff DavisI am quite amazed by the progress you made in such a short time. At least it feels like it. Great work! Thanks for sharing!

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51 minutes ago, SisterMaryNapalm said:

 

@Geoff DavisI am quite amazed by the progress you made in such a short time. At least it feels like it. Great work! Thanks for sharing!

 

Thanks very much.  I have been painting miniatures for a very long time (I started in 1979) but I have really only progressed in the last couple of years.  I'm recently retired so I finally have the time to dedicate to it.  Most importantly, over the last 6 months participating on this forum I feel like I have levelled up several times over.  Access to advice, supportive comments and seeing the fantastic work of painters on this forum have all made a huge difference.  I feel lucky to have found this community.

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5 hours ago, Geoff Davis said:

 

Thanks very much.  I have been painting miniatures for a very long time (I started in 1979) but I have really only progressed in the last couple of years.  I'm recently retired so I finally have the time to dedicate to it.  Most importantly, over the last 6 months participating on this forum I feel like I have levelled up several times over.  Access to advice, supportive comments and seeing the fantastic work of painters on this forum have all made a huge difference.  I feel lucky to have found this community.

 

 Congratulations on doing something so positive with your retirement, a great example to us all.

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nice job, the sword looks cool along withthe plaid 

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