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Awesome!

Did you freehand that?

Can you show a close up of those?

 

The base is also super!

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16 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

Awesome!

Did you freehand that?

Can you show a close up of those?

 

The base is also super!

Ack! Ok, yeah, blowing them up shows how  they look better from a distance! haha! I had a couple oopses but was afraid of messing it up worse by trying to fix it so my deer is a little fat and a few other issues. I got the idea from a painting I did when a friend and I did one of those "drink wine and paint" classes. We go a couple times a year together, lots of fun!

 

I wanted to fancy up his caparison and decided silhouettes were easier than trying to get too detailed. It was a fun first experiment and I have so many ideas for cloaks, banners, etc now!

 

Doing a watercolor background on something this tiny is insane!

 

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The wolf is my favorite!

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The drink and paint painting that I did and used as my inspiration. Way easier at this size!

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That looks great, such tiny scenes!

It works great!

 

*** Of course the Wolf is your favorite.! .****

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3 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

That looks great, such tiny scenes!

It works great!

 

*** Of course the Wolf is your favorite.! .****

Thanks! Haha, I didn't even think about it when I said the wolf was my favorite. That was the one that turned out how it looked in my head!

 

1 minute ago, Clearman said:

the portraits are amazing, and I really like the scroll-work on the shield.  Truly impressive.

Thank you! I went with kind of a "tree of life" idea to tie in with the scenes so he is like the knight of the forest or something.

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Wow - lovely freehand, they are so nice and really great with the mini. Great mini - really like how the horse it painted too.

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