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  1. Looks like I got here too late...... I still have this set from way back then.
  2. Greetings! Here's a newly painted "Fantasy Adventurer" Citadel Miniature from the olden days (c1982)! FA5-2 Druid With Sickle Thanks for looking!
  3. I haven't got round to painting mine yet but when I do, I'll probably have them as interchangable using something semi permanent or magnets if I'm feeling adventurous.....
  4. Thanks @Kuroneko! If it is a reaction to other materials, maybe you could seal the base and scatter (with a spray varnish or laquer) before pouring the resin. Although I'm not sure how practical this would be on fine items such as tufts? Have you considered using UV resin & a UV torch to set it? Curing is almost instantanious with this method so it's possible that any slow leaching out from materials while drying, may be nipped in the bud?
  5. I've had this happen to me on a piece I did about 4 years ago & it's only recently that I've noticed it. Before: After: I did tint the pools with GW shades & there are bits of leaf/terrain scatter in them so maybe that has reacted with it. This is Vallejo Still Water - shant be using it again!!
  6. Looks great! Might get some of these at some point (wallet permitting!).
  7. Beautiful!!
  8. Forsooth, 'Tis Sir Justin The Green from Reaper. https://www.reapermini.com/search/knight/latest/02446
  9. Magnificent! It's not over until The Visbaronetess sings.......
  10. Fantastic! Is he human or dwarven size?
  11. Looking good! For the eyes I would suggest make the base colour a darker yellow or orange then paint yellow dots all over it to represent compound eyes (in a hexagonal "grid" pattern rather than a square one) making sure each yellow dot has a "surround" of the base colour showing.
  12. I use old Citadel paint pots with a blob of Blu Tac. For bigger models, I use bigger pots (but not so big that they can't be held) & more Blu Tac.
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