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Lt. Coldfire

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  1. Very nicely done. Not many flaws lol... you sound like Spongebob in Wet Painters. "Flappin' Flotsam! What's that?!"
  2. I focus on 1-2 models at a time, but I typically have several models in various stages of completion on my desk. I jump around from model to model depending on what I feel like painting at that time. Currently, I have five models in various stages on my desk (I've been as high as 20+ individual characters, but that's not recommended).
  3. TMM. I started with a base of Scale75 Elven Gold. I used Nuln Oil shade from GW on all the shadowy areas and then I randomly dabbed Seraphim Sepia shade from GW, Agrax Earthshade shade from GW and Reikland Fleshshade shade from GW all over the place. Lastly, I used a bit of Biel-Tan Green shade from GW on a couple of spots. I'm starting to sound like a spokesperson for GW here, but I promise I'm not. These shades were something I had newly acquired so I pretty much went nuts trying them all out on this guy. I like the shades a lot.
  4. Very nice. I have this mini too... one day I'll get to it.
  5. These are easily the best eyes I've ever painted. I'm not even sure how I did it.
  6. This is a great question and I am always curious how fast other people paint as well. I vary a lot, but generally, here are some examples of quality based on the time: This took me 1.5 hours: This took me 5 hours: This nurse took me about 2 weeks working on and off (Malifaux minis are a bit tiny so I had some issues):
  7. lol great work here. I love these guys. I commend your dedication to the shroom colony!
  8. This is the best Eldritch Demon I've seen so far. Very well done.
  9. You are getting good information here. I love Scale75 personally, although I still use many other brands. But for sure you can not go wrong with the metallic paints from Scale75. They will change your life.
  10. Are you familiar with the crying Jordan meme? That's me right now, crying tears of admiration.
  11. Thanks for the kind words. I love this mini too and I'm pleased with my paintjob. I'm not so pleased with the model's lean, however. I thought I had him straightened out when I mounted him on the base. He's already pinned and glued down and the front of the sword is also glued to the base for extra stability, so I'm too afraid to attempt to straighten him out at this point in case it results in some breakage. Oh well. Next time I'll make sure he's standing straight.
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