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  1. Mr Bones, kind of what you think he would look like. Enjoy guys :).
  2. A couple that I decided to finish up, Mr Bones (77195) from Kickstarter 1 and the third Chton (77228) I own, this time painted as a blue flower.
  3. I finally got around to finishing up the base and sealing my KS2 Mr. Bones. He was an experiment in a few new things. One came out pretty good, the copper lantern. The other a learning experience, black robe. I learned I need to increase the volume of my dark color if i'm going to get this formula to read as black. Ah well... Here are a couple of photo's of the finished Mr. Bones:
  4. Here is my second Mr Bones. I figured since Mr Bones was my first painted Bones 1 mini his twin should be my first painted Bones 2 mini. I tried to get the same level of contrast on his cloak but I think I fell a little short there. Part of that came from shading with Army Painter Strong Tone Ink, I thinned three drops of ink with two drops of water and ended up with tide lines. So the deepest parts of the shadows were actually a little lighter than the edges of the shadows. But I am still pretty happy with it. Hopefully Seej is as impressed with this cloak as he was with the last one haha. This one also has a little mud at the bottom because it drags.
  5. Had a bit of a paint party instead of playing D&D this week. In the four-hour paint session, I painted up Mr. Bones from start to finish. For a quick job, I'm pretty pleased with him, although since much of his basecoat is P3 paint, he's very satiny and the photos show it. I may take some more shots once he has some dullcote, but we'll see if that actually happens. Successes: rust on the shovel works pretty well. It's an easy effect, and I could have spent more time on it, but I'm happy with the way it looks (and I think it looks like it has wear in the right places). Texture on the robes.Although the highlights are rough, they look like a roughspun fabric, which is what I'm going for. The effect is hard to see in the photos due to the aforementioned satin finish. And he looks good in a short time! Needs work: Again, highlights are rough. But, I think I'm starting to comprehend painting black a little better. Luckily, the primarily black robes means there's not much shading for me to screw up! Without further ado: Can't wait to use him as an evil halfling cleric in my Eberron campaign, but don't tell my players! C&C always appreciated!
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