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Nook

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  1. ...that would have been much easier and now I wish I had thought of that LMAO
  2. I let my son paint the other one, he is 9 and this was his first "mini" to paint. He was very excited and is looking forward to painting more in the future :) Thanks! I probably should have stopped at that point, but I didn't. I used an super watered down black wash to bring out the details.
  3. Added a shiny coat to the top to try and make it more gooey
  4. Greetings all! I had a fun idea for a mini that I need for an upcoming game, so I decided to DIY it. So this will be my DIY Ochre Jellies I’m using white gorilla glue, the kind that foams up, and a bent safety pin. As it begins to dry I moved the “blob” up along the pin to gain some vertical height. The white will be an ok under coating, and I’ll paint it up tomorrow once it finishes drying. I’ll snip the end of the safety pin off before painting too.
  5. My son has made his first d&d character, a dragonborn bard based off of the real life music artist MarshMello. We found a dragon-man mini that we ordered but I want to find a way to make a removable mask that his mini can wear. However, I have no clue what to use to make it? This is an image I modified with Photoshop of his character to give an idea of what I mean. I did order 2 of the mini he plans to use, so if it would be better to make a non-removable option we could do that too. Thanks! -Nook
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    77025 Giant Spider

    Hello! I am a very new painter, I have painted some minis in the past, not a lot though, but due to some jerks at a game store I stopped playing. Almost 10 years later, I have decided to get back into it and I present to you Mr. Webster the Giant spider. I had a lot of fun with this, and the paints were all from the Reaper Learn to paint kit core skills. This was my second time ever using washes and dry brushing, and I am really excited with how it turned out! Going to get him on a base soon, and introduce him to my players at D&D...
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