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  1. That is some clean brushwork...
  2. Hmm. I'll try. My hands shake a lot now, so previous attempts to paint minis didn't pan out. But it's been a while, so I'll try again.
  3. Permission granted. Thanks for asking! Until I saw an email about this a few hours ago, I had no idea any of this existed. Back in 2014, I went into a coma. When I finally came out, I thought it was 1998. Been a strange, wild ride since then. Really weird looking at minis I don't remember painting. Thank god for email notification, eh?
  4. This week was the snakeman warrior. http://caffeineforge.com/2014/03/10/monday-miniatures-snakeman/
  5. I'm back from the dead, and even painted a mini (or two) this week. http://caffeineforge.com/2014/02/24/monday-miniatures-mangu-timur
  6. If you want them posted sooner, send 'em to me and I can post your pics. clint at karnos dot org. Shading metals. I use inks, well watered down, often with some color mixed in.
  7. The Swarm is upon us! http://caffeineforge.com/2014/01/13/monday-miniatures-the-swarm/
  8. Owlbears are up. And also hilarious. http://caffeineforge.com/2013/12/30/monday-miniatures/
  9. Magnus, your's looks great! I liked your drapery best of all the entries. How did you do the bronze?
  10. With a toothbrush. Applied the paint directly to the toothbrush, then pulled my thumb back along the bristles, sending paint flying everywhere. As you might imagine, this made a terrible mess, but a wonderful granite texture.
  11. With the holidays and some family emergencies, all I've had time for have been the minis I've done for the Monday Miniature challenge. and
  12. This week's post is up. Presenting sarcophagi... http://caffeineforge.com/2013/12/23/monday-miniatures-the-sarcophagus/
  13. Lovely! How did you texture the tree? It looks great.
  14. To build on what Pragma said re: glowy eyes... I make my first few layers *really* thin. Almost to the point of not laying down any pigment at all. Successive layers get thicker, lighter in value, and smaller in size.
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