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  1. A few pics of my latest Reaper D&D monster...the Tortoise Dragon. Kevin in Edmonton http://www.mageknightkevin.blogspot.ca
  2. For those all too uncommon encounters along the sea, we have the dread Dragon Turtle (and the not-so-dread normal turtle I practiced the paint scheme on)
  3. 14493: Reptus Dragon Turtle Just finished painting the Dragon Turtle as a training/testing for Khanjira.
  4. I have known about Bones since almost the first kickstarter, but I had made a career change and was back in the land of starving studentville. Just recently I spent a few hours at a friend who had supported the first 2 Bones and had quite a few unpainted minis along with some Reaper paints. I am by no means a great, good,ok painter, but I have had some history with playing WH40k and that got me started painting minis. Here are a few things that I have done recently. I have been purposly trying for a cartoonish look so that everything looked good while I was standing over the table. Just from the Kickstarter comments and a quick reading here I have already started learning from the community and can not wait to start implementing some experiments on my next projects. Tips and comments are always welcome.
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