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  • Birthday 05/03/1980

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  1. Looks great. I agree with the others, using a Wash would add a lot of depth to the mini if you apply it carefully and not just slop it on.
  2. Thank you for the kind comments all. Much appreciated. I did, I used Army Painted Strong Tone Wash mixed 2:1 with Army Painter Quickshade Wash Mixing Medium. I find this give me more time and control over where the wash goes and allows me to more neatly apply it in areas like skin etc. After the wash, I highlighted using the base coat color and then depending on the areas 1-2 more highlights from there.
  3. Greetings all. It has been a long time since I posted here. I used to post on these forums under the username Mercius, for anyone who might remember me. I took a long break from painting once my daughter was born but have been getting back into it again lately. Recently I have found that, due to the limited amount of time I have to paint, that I need to set a time limit for myself, and call the miniature finished when I hit that time limit, otherwise I find I continue to nitpick and paint and then eventually lose interest and end up with dozens of half painted miniatures. For this miniature I set a time limit of 3 hours and wanted to shoot for a decent table-top level paintjob. Pictures aren't the best as it washes out some of the highlights, but I feel I hit my goal within the time limit given. I hope you all enjoy and glad to be back in the Reaper community once again.
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