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  1. Looks great. I like the colours and the Face. Also the hat fits very well. Will you add colour to the Base? The contrasting colours of the wings look realy fine for me, but it seems you used only a Wash on the basecoat. I would recommend to apply a thinned paint along the full wing lines. This needs only little time more and the results are much Cleaner than a wash in this case.
  2. I did not know there is a line of Circus related Minis. I like this guy and the clean look with strong colours you gave him. The megaphone is especially remarkable. The blending is not so smooth but I like this style with visible brushstrokes even more.
  3. Classic colour choices and the stars look good. When you observe the shadows cast by your light, you can find the areas where you may paint shadows. I use these technique while painting. If the three lamps plus covering method is too much for you try daylight. You can achieve good results with indirect but bright daylight. Just dont put the minis into direct light or there will be harsh shadows again.
  4. Lovely, the composition is great. I tried the scotish skirt myself some time ago, but your way works better.
  5. Indeed they are disgusting. Very well done. The contrast with the bases supports the colour of the beasts.
  6. That is a lot. I love those orks. And the 2.ed Gretchins of course. What is the Text on these tank parts, Not Orks?
  7. Eyes, eyes so much eyes. Excellent work. I also like the purple skin. Makes it look very much alive.
  8. I see. So your next mini will be a red dragon. You even got the colour of the hair very close to the picture. And I like your toothpick style.
  9. Great job. And your Photo makes the right hand look like fast moving. What did you use for the snow? The result looks very much like a tight frozen snow. Fits well to a yetis natural environment.
  10. I assume that the secret of comic style is doing not so smooth blendings. Maybe you can find some black and white drawings of the Batman with Cape. This may be an interesting reference.
  11. Awesome Paintjob. The face with the freehand is very impressive. I also appreciate the flames on the end of the dress.The only thing which irritates me is the Pose of the mini. She seems to look somewhere upwards. Missing a spirit or something? How did you make the Base? Poking a toothpick into greenstuff?
  12. Thank you for the new perspective.
  13. Wow. I like the different greys of the costume and the stones. And indeed the shading of the muscles gives a good comic look. Ah, and there is even a shadow of the hand, easily overseen. I think you could even improve one little step more, when you give the cape a comic style shading too.
  14. I like the idea of an airbender. It fits very well the Pose of the mini. And the markings look quite natural.
  15. Amazing. The look is really realistic. I assume the finish is a glossy varnish. Could you upload a shot from the back? I would like to see another perspective of the shell.
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