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  1. Chaoswolf

    Grenadier Dwarf Cleric

    Another one done during the paint binge, this is an old Grenadier Dwarf cleric. He's kinda small by today's standards; he could be a Gnome, I guess. I tried a new technique with him; zenithal highlighting. I also used primarily inks to 'paint' him. I'm not entirely sure that I did it right, what do you think?
  2. Chaoswolf

    Zombiesmith Zombies

    Here are the 5 zombies I finished off for May's challenge; I completed them this past weekend during Inarah's paint binge. Made by Zombiesmith. C&C welcome. And now that I've taken the pictures, I see that I haven't cleaned up the bases. Rest assured that I have properly chastised myself, and that they have since been fixed.
  3. Here's my first 3 figures for the April edition of the Resolutionary painting challenge. Pictures even taken with natural lighting! (I'm not sure if that'll help or hurt...) First up, a ghostly spirit I was painting as an experiment on how to paint this type of figure. In my wip thread, it was suggested that I go over the edges in pure white; I've done that and I think it looks a little better than it did. Next is a 'living elemental'; I thought it kinda looked like it could be a stone/earth elemental part way through the summoning process, so that's how I painted it. Finally, there have been several Nothics converted and posted on the forums; here's the 'official' version from the D&D miniatures line. Well the figure anyway, the paint is all me for better or worse. Except the eye, I liked it the way it was, so I preserved it. Thank you for looking, all C&C are very welcome.
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