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  1. Well, I’ve been very mildly active on the Reaper discord server with the Challenge League, but it’s been a bit since I posted here. So here’s a group shot of my pieces in 2021. It was a good year for learning, and I took a few remote classes with Aaron Lovejoy over at Miniature Monthly. Aaron’s classes are an absolute blast and I’d recommend them to anyone, no matter your skill level. He does a fantastic job of explaining the topic at hand, and his frequent reviews of students’ work provides specific, actionable feedback whether a student is new to the hobby or is consistently turning out box-art-level work. Several of these minis are a direct result of those classes: I took Aaron’s NMM (Caerindra and Iris) and blending (Darius and Tsuko) classes. The rest of these were pretty well “get this done fast” pieces for the RCL, with the exception of the Shadowforge elf and Juliana, which I painted purely for the sake of painting them (I really love townsfolk sculpts). left to right: Juliana (B. Jackson), Caerindra (B. Jackson), Elf Cheerleader (Shadowforge Minis), Mr. Bones (J. Guthrie), Female Wraith (J. Guthrie), Nalani (J. Grace), Iris (S. Garrity), Darius (B. Jackson), Blood Imp (B. Seins), Tsuko (S. Garrity), and the devil bunny from Snowboard Sophie (G. Van Horne).
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