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    Reapercon dates?(not 2019)

    Thank you very much for the information.
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    Reapercon dates?(not 2019)

    I have been trying to attend Reapercon for a few years now and I always have something preventing me from going. I have essentially two questions. Is it just me or are the Reapercon dates different every year? What are the projected dates for Reapercon 2020 so I can get to planning as soon as possible.
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    Burn scars.

    I am going to go ahead and tell everyone how I did the effect, for those that are following this. *This is for pale skin* Since it was an old scar I painted her skin as normal, then I took the highlight color and mixed it with just a tiny bit of red. Painting that on the area to establish the shape and base of the scar. Then I added white to it to create a lighter shade to create highlights on the scar. To finish it off I took some pure white to create some shine spots on the scar.
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    Something's not quite right

    That's gorgeous.
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    03329: Hannah Blackruby, Female Wizard.

    My lighting for these pictures was a ceiling fan and open window behind me. I have not been able to find any of my picture things since my wife packed them.
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    03902: Bog Homonculus

    I love this, the colors and pattern is amazing. I like the idea of glossy finish for the skin and matte on the spines and claws.
  7. So I painted her as my player character in an upcoming game, the tricky thing was that she had some pretty bad burn scars. I tried to paint a burn scar on her shoulder holding the wand, I am not sure how well it came out. As always let me know what you all think of her. I feel I should also apologize for the photo quality, I am trying to get something set up for decent pictures.
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    bblythe84's consolidated wip thread

    Got a bit more work done on her. Got the cup and her dress and hair pretty much done. Let me know what you think, of her so far.
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    bblythe84's consolidated wip thread

    Starting a new project, this is a PC for a pathfinder game. Basic blocking is complete.
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    Burn scars.

    I am working on my new pc after not painting for awhile, this particular pc has some rather bad burn scarring from having a house burned down around them when they were a child, but I am having a bit of trouble figuring out how to paint this on the miniture.
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    Reapercon Sophie

    Ok, thank you
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    Reapercon Sophie

    I looked for the swag bag on the site throughout the event but never saw it, was it not offered for non attendees this year?
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    Undine cleric of Calestria

    Well I finally started painting again.
  14. I am playing in a pathfinder game as a tiny plant based character. The trouble is I am having a lot of trouble finding a suitable miniature for the game. The character is female and well tiny being a foot tall huminoid plant. Anyone have any advice I have found one that might be suitable with modification but I want to see if anyone else would know of any. Potential is currently https://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/familiars/sku-down/14087#detail/14087_Moth_lt the fairy holding the spell book would need to clip the wings.
  15. So I was petting one of my cats the other day and his hair was just coming off in fluffs, he is a heavy shedder. I got the idea about using cat hair in a paint brush. So I went to google and found, well very little. Cat hair is used in oriental paint brushes for "fine detail" according to a website called trueart.info. There is also a Ukrainian painting style that uses cat hair brushes almost exclusively. Now the question I have beyond could I actually make a decent brush is would a cat hair brush be suitable for miniature painting.