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  1. I painted these as a birthday gift for my zombie loving stepdad. They gave me a good chance to practice my OSL and play with blood spatters
  2. This was a quick fun paint. I don't usually love painting plastic characters but she was a really well cast and sculpted. The bones black makes a difference on the teeny minis! Also sorry for the less than stellar photos, I've taken to using the lightbox where I work, but I've been home so I've had to make do with whatever light I can get on my porch
  3. She looks really good! I agree that the eyes are the definite standout, but I also really like the way you did her metal, and her headband is shaded and highlighted beautifully!
  4. I could see Dark Sword's Female Mage on Stairs looking really nice next to that fountain
  5. This could be fun if we can work something out. Digital ribbons would allow anyone who wanted to to make things more customized/detailed/colorful/etc than traditional printing methods would allow
  6. She doesn't look rushed at all! This is beautiful
  7. Thank you!!! Where: Milwaukee area Wisconsin International: no Box starter: no
  8. I got these cuties in one of Impact's kickstarters. They had a few casting issues that I was unfortunately too new to identify when I got them, but they're so adorable! Two of the rats were based on pets I had in high school, and it was fun to be able to paint some actually cute rats.
  9. I painted this lovely lady up to be the mother of my current DND character, an air genasi blade bard (painted a while ago). I tried to keep to similar but different color schemes, with Ashana looking more light and girly to contrast my blade bard's more dark and stormy look. WIP thread is here.
  10. This was another attempt at "good enough" painting. I absolutely love this sculpt, but her facial details were a little shallow. My base layer almost completely covered up her nose, so I had to use heavy shadows to keep her from looking like Voldemort I like to call her Carmilla De Ville, since she feels like the vampire sister of the famed enemy to the Dalmatians
  11. Looks good! I've been in the hobby for a few years now and I still curse at those stubborn left eyes- they just have to be difficult!
  12. These are very cool. Your color choices give them an ethereal and spooky vibe, which makes them seem extra menacing coming out from the water. Great work!
  13. This guy was so fun to paint. I have him temporarily on the base (using rods instead of glue to hold him in place) because I thought of a future diorama idea for him, but I want to be able to use him in games for the time being
  14. Your paintjob is wonderfully creepy, though I agree with you about the earrings
  15. I painted this guy up to be a friend's firbolg ranger. Firbolgs are remarkably hard to find so we decided to take a human ranger and just paint him up in the firbolg colors. This guy was really hard to photograph so please forgive the less than ideal pictures
  16. I didn't! I'll admit, I overloaded on classes. I don't regret doing it, but it meant I couldn't get into really any games. This year my plan is to do less classes so hopefully I can play more
  17. I have no words for how cool this paintjob is. Truly amazing work
  18. Absolutely gorgeous. I love the way you worked so many colors into the skintone
  19. He looks great! You really managed to make all of his little bits and bobs stand out nicely
  20. -Finish Roc -Finish Argent -Finish Atlantis contest entry -Paint a bunch of other things -Work on graphic design skills
  21. This was my Secret Sophie mini for @Warlady! She mentioned in her questionnaire that she loves Werner Klocke sculpts as well as dwarves. I'll be honest, I love Werner Klocke sculpts, but I've been a bit intimidated to actually paint one up til now. Maybe now I can feel better about painting my Klocke sculpt hoard!
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