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  1. My wife, @Shinma, started to paint the Clockwork Dragon several years ago. It got to a point where the body was nearly done, and the wings and base remained. We had prepared a big gear salvaged from a monitor stand, sanded down by a friend. Then, inspiration and drive was lost and it sat on the shelf, staring at her, unfinished. Recently she allowed me to finish it. I did the wings, small part of the body, along with the base. Here's our result!
  2. It's been about a year-so long time, no see. We spent almost an entire year remodeling the house and I didn't pick up the brushes for about nine months. It took a little while to get back some brush control, but I'm getting there I think. Beginning again with Hasslefree helped me a great deal as they are such simple figures that require paying attention to the basics of painting-be neat, be tidy, be clean. I don't plan on painting singles much anymore as I am not a display painter. Rather I have chosen to work on teams with pieces that are suitable for the gaming table. The nice thing
  3. I working for a long time on my first Blood Bowl Team. The Muddy Nunstoppables I'm doing the lust details and varnishing, now and will present them hear. First the Linewoman:
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