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I just loved this guy when I saw him so I have painted him up, as an Imperial Paw (note, nothing at all to do with Imperial fist space marines, at all. Nothing to see, move along.) I tried to write Imperial paw on his little decorative ribbon thing I painted on, but yeah that wasn't working, even with a micron I kinda had to fudge the word to get it in. Tbh I'm quite pleased with his eyes. For once, they're actually looking like eyes, and going in the same direction even
I had no intention of completing another mini (let alone a mouseling) this week. I just started working on her, and laughing, and giggling, and well. She got finished. I had a base in a baggie that I thought I would never have a use for, and well, I did ! So here we have Lara Kraft, Adventuress by G. Van Horne. I have the picture of her in my mind breaking into a lair of bad guys, jumping onto the pillar at the top of a staircase, and taking them all on ! I thought the gym outfit would fit her spontaneous spirit. Your comments/ and criticism is great appreciated. Do leave me
I was given this mini as a gift prior to my working on the 54 mm Norsk Lord. This mini is 3/4's of an inch in height. I don't think I have ever attempted to paint something so small. The delight and joy of doing it far eclipsed it's size. Such a delightful and whimsical little creature. I'm calling it Asiago Jones and the Temple of Cheese ! He has just rescued the infant mousling, and angered the gods of the temple, and the ground is cracking up around him, and the lava is beginning to break out ! Here is Asiago Jones and the Temple of cheese. Your comments would be most
Two Reapers in succession !! Who would have thought ! This was a painting, and a basing challenge for me. I tend to attempt both in the same mini. A wonderful mini (extremely amusing) to paint, and a challenge to base. I had a blasts doing him. I so wanted to share what I was thinking while doing this, if nothing elsel just the deep laughing while doing it. You comments and criticism are always welcome and desired. Here's Yoshi, the mousling Samurai.