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jackypaper

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About jackypaper

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    AD&D, Shadowrun, Top Secret SI

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  1. I want to again say thank you to everyone for the positive feedback. I've already started on my second mini.
  2. Thanks so much, everyone. I was very hesitant to post pictures. I read a LOT of tutorials and watched several videos before I got started. I found a lot of tips here on these forums. And thanks also for making this a friendly environment for newbies.
  3. Well, here is my first effort: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/59574-my-first-painted-mini/
  4. Okay, folks. Here's my first attempt. My poor orc has no eyes, but other than that, he's not totally embarassing. I welcome all helpful suggestions!
  5. Thank you, everyone. I'll try to put up some pics of my first painted mini in the next couple of days.
  6. I just finished my first paint job ever, which I'll post soon for comments and advice. In the meantime, do I need to apply a sealing coat of some kind? This is a Bones mini, if that makes a difference. Thanks!
  7. I just received word that my order has shipped. I hope to spend Friday with paint on my fingers. And hopefully a bit on the mini, as well.
  8. Thanks! My wife is watching the Super Bowl, and I'm watching how-to-paint videos.
  9. It's nice to know that this is such a welcoming and supportive community. I look forward to hearing your continued advice!
  10. I just placed my order, based on everyone's suggestions. Assuming I'm not completely embarrassed by my first painting attempt, I'll post pics.
  11. Thank you, everyone. I am following every link you post. I'll place my Reaper order this week!
  12. Hello. I'm new to painting and have no artistic background. I've been watching videos and reading tips and tricks. I'm ready to embark on my first painting expedition! Some minis look far more intricate than others. Can you suggest a few specific models that might be "easier" for a beginner to paint? Thank you!
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