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  1. This has been a total blast to paint. Besides being very whimsical, it is a challenging piece of great sculpting. You can chase yourself around quite a bit on this one. The biggest challenge is the armor, and painting all the details of it. This will exercise your brush control ! When it came to basing him, I did all sorts of things with cork, and wood, and finally I decided that Less IS more in this case. I want to draw emphasis to the figure, not take away from it. So I have used a simple Tung Oil stained base. As always, your comments and criticism are welcomed and sought afte
  2. I've been working on the 25mm miniatures for the last month, and I decided I needed some play time. SO, I saw King Richard The Lion and thought it would be a fun project ! I did NOT notice the tail when I decided to get him, and now I am roaring about it standing in the rear of the sculpt so tall and proud. He is primed and I just gave him a black ink wash. I want all those details to be staring at me. Off we go ! Here are some photos of him as I begin. Jay
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