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  1. Finished up the first half of Learn to Paint Kit 4, and gotten him based. I used a stick and some Army Painter wasteland tufts to liven up the base. Dunno about the tufts on the stick. Thinking that might have been a mistake. The axe came out better than I'd hoped. It's probably my best metallic weapon thus far. My attempted highlight on his eye patch came out... less awesomely. I still don't know what's going on with his obliques. I just... I don't think muscles are supposed to do that. He should really see a cleric about that. Here you can get a better look at his oddly snobbish expression. "Oh, please, Ungor. Don't tell me you brought a mace to a pillaging. Those are so last year." "You have to accessorize, of course. I wouldn't be caught dead without my leather bag and rope. And how do you like my dagger? I think it goes smashingly with the axe, don't you?"
  2. This was my first mini that I had fully painted and based. Making the log was a bunch of fun.
  3. I am quite the amatuer when it comes to painting minis. However, I find it a lot of relaxing fun. My D&D group is only halfway (?) through the original full DragonLance modules, so we need a lot of minis for all of the characters! The problem I run in to is finding a mini that best suits the character. Case in point was finding a female dwarven monk for my new character Ulfa. I couldn't find anyone without big weapons! I came across "03363: Dannin Deepaxe, Female Dwarf" and decided to try my hand at modification. I removed the axe and shield and tried to reform the hands. Not the best photographer, but here are the results:
  4. This one goes out to Buglips (even if it is an elf ;)) I'm not sure of the company, probably Ral Partha, but I am sure of the sculptor; Tom Meier. I have one other elf from this range that I need to finish some time in the coming months/weeks, but he is pretty far back in the current queue (at least until I pull him forward).
  5. Here is Bogorislav the Mad, my interpretation of Boris Mingla sculpted by Werner Klocke. I only added a toupee on this one. Again, I mixed both NMM and real metallic paint to continue my exploration of this combination of techniques. I hope you’ll like it. Comments and critiques are welcome.
  6. Here is Kord, Barbarian Berserker Hero. Another awesome Tre Manor sculpt. My only beef with the sculpt are the hands being as big or bigger than his head. I guess it kind of adds to the dramatic effect though. I stuck with more earthy tones on this mini and again was working on my NMM abilities. The NMM is not bad, a lot smoother than I usually achieve, but could probably be better. I have him mounted on a 50mm base because he is rather dynamic in size. This was also the first basing were I sculpted moss on the rocks, Not sure that turned out as well as it could have. Comments and Critique welcome.
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