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  1. MSquared

    Galladon Greycloak 03426

    Love this miniature and really enjoyed painting it. Any constructive criticism on how I could improve the overall look of the miniature would be great.
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    77371: Basilisk

    "Aaawww! So cute! Oh, wait, what that over......" Sudden sound of stones rubbing together. Look great, hope we get to hear how it actually worked out for the party.
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    14196: Greka, Reven Solo

    Forge of Fury, classic! Nice choice for Burdug. Can I play? LOL.
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    06134, Wraith Harvester

    Simple yet very elegant. Looks great! And thanks for posting it.
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    77198, Barrow Rats

    Ew! I have fought a few of these in my time. But none as lovely? as these. As a Player I would love to see my Dungeon Master put these down on the table. Great work! Love the opening
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    Nippon, Land of the Rising Moon by Glitterwolf

    Really looking forward to it, can't wait!
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    77154 Lizardman Spearman by Glitterwolf

    I really like your color scheme of red and yellow instead of the typical green. Your base work is fantastic, what are you using to make them?
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    Galladon Greycloak 03426

    That's a great idea! Will do and thanks. Thank you very much. Thank you I really appreciate it. Great advice and will do, thank you. Thank you for your input, I really appreciate your feedback.
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    Galladon Greycloak 03426

    Thanks for the feedback, I really appreciate it! All great advice. Its funny, I wanted to put more highlights on just about everything on the miniature. But was afraid I was going to "mess it up", so I just left the highlight where they are, thanks for that, now I know I need to push past that feeling. I really like the idea of adding dirt to the cape, I'm going to give that a try, thanks! The grass is interesting because, I've wanted to experiment with the whole baking soda for ground cover but, didn't have any. So, I used some Soft Flake Snow from Woodland Scenics that I had on hand, painted it a dirt color then sprinkled the static grass with my fingertips. The results are okay, I think I'm just used to seeing the larger pieces for the ground. Thanks again for the great advice and I'm excited about checking out your blog. Later. Thanks, I really appreciate the feedback. I start uploading larger images as well.