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  1. Hi Guys, I recently got this Sea Lion miniature to use as a random encounter for my D & D campaign. When I got this miniature, the leg was bent and the entire original base was warped. I decided to make it a challenge to see if I could rebase it in a more dynamic pose that was a little more reinforced so that the mini would eventually start to droop. I carved the stones out of erasers that I glued and pinned together. I then cut the mini out of it's base and repositioned it onto the stone so that it was suspended in the air. This way the miniature would look like it was
  2. Howdy, For my second day of International Mini Painting Month I present Sea Lion... Kev!
  3. This is the Sea Lion that I painted for my father. It was meant to be a part of a diorama, but since I kept forgetting/putting off working on it, I had to drop all of the other elements and just go with the single figure. I spent a huge chunk of the time that I spent on this guy just working on his skin - only to obliterate all of the work I'd done highlighting with a sloppy glaze. Ugh on me. I still think he turned out pretty cool. Since I had to drop the rest of the diorama that he was meant to be a part of, I had to make him work with a base that I already had put together and prime
  4. Welcome again friends to some more 4-5 hour tabletop painting. Darkshade Raider. This sculpt is metal and is so eerily thin that when you get it in your hands it is quite strange looking. When I examined this sculpt I didn't like her so much as a Dark Elf, but more as a Vampiric Assassin. I don't know why I thought that, but it probably has to do with the kama's. I went ahead and tried to give her the look of a (former) living drow but give her a touch of undeath. The quality of the casting wasn't so great with respect to the facial details as you might see in the online store so I had som
  5. As you might gather, I am really slow at this. Also my miniatures painting things have been stowed away for the long holiday season. But I have finally finished my first Bones mini, 77188 "Sea Lion", sculpted by Julie Guthrie. I have been intrigued by underwater photography, particularly in shallow clear water under bright sunshine where the lensing effects of the wave ridges create constantly changing lines of glowing pale green on whatever swims under them. So I tried a bit of that on this mini. I had a difficult time capturing the colors accurately in the photographs. Some of
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