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  1. So after getting a little frustrated with some defects on my last Bones mini, I decided to take a stab at a couple of the metal models I picked up during the 12 days of Reaper. I purchased 3 of the 5 'SuckerPunch' minis: Whitney (aka BabyDoll), Karla (aka Rocket), and Grace (aka Sweet Pea). I'll probably pick up the other two at some point. My plan had been to paint these using the SuckerPunch characters as a reference, and I sort of did that. However, as I made progress, I decided the SuckerPunch color schemes are too drab, and wanted to brighten them up. Here is the BabyDoll reference poster. Here's my take on her: The base was made with a recently purchased Happy Seppuku base stamp. It doesn't convey well in the static photos, but the base has a lot of reflective steel color in it that tends to disappear when look at sideways. It looks a little less rusted in person. Comments, and especially suggestions for improvements are welcome! I feel like I've plateaued in painting ability, and would welcome any feedback or ideas on how to step it up further. Thanks!
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