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  1. Chose a miniature to represent my necromancer for my biweekly D&D Next sessions. Settled on Elquin for the time being. Obligatory (not really) brown liner picture: MY BEST EYES TO DATE! *does happy dance* It only took 2 hours! XD My favorite part of a miniature to paint? The cloak or robes. One day I'll start practicing freehand, for now, just shade and highlight. (Tried painting higher highlights, still seems kind of simple).
  2. I like this miniature. It's fun to paint and has character. Started with brown liner. Then moved up to Magma Red. Skip a lot of steps. I like his tummy. Fun to paint. Drybrushed some lava orange on him, but it's not coming out in the picture. Looks kind of brown. I mixed walnut brown and linen white in various quantities to gain different shades of grey. The gun and glove were painted with the following mix: 4 drops Honed Steel : 1 drop Walnut Brown. And dry brushed Magma to make it not grey. I think I should go over it again with the Honed Steel mix that or pick up a lighter colored metallic. Question: What color are the toenails suppose to be? I tried white and it looks weird. Then I tried black and it looked odd. So I went back over with the grey mixture.
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