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  1. Lately, I've been having a bit of trouble doing the fine detail work on my minis and it's actually been putting me off painting a bit (And I really don't need any more excuses not to paint!). To help me regain my mojo, I've set everything aside and dug out a "bigature" to work on:- My large scale Durgin Paint Forge Dwarf (Agrax Earthshade pot for scale). At this point he's been assembled and mostly undercoated (I'm waiting on a big base to attach his decorative base to before I work on it). Assembly went pretty well, although I'm not too happy about his shield, I've attached it in the same place as it is on the store piccys and it does fit, but from certain angles it does appear to just be floating there. Tomorrow I'll start working on his skin and go from there. Although the main question is, can I paint the whole thing without snapping that bird off?
  2. Presenting a Jungle Elf Warrior from Durgin Paint Forges Elves of Inneath range. Pretty happy with him overall, although he's a little washed out in the piccys (He's got awesome abs in hand!). Gotta remember in future to not use metallics for their face-masks though, it just doesn't work right. As always, and comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  3. I finished this one a few months ago but forgot to post. It is a figure from Durgin Paint Forge's Second Government of Inneath Kickstarter. It was an interesting one to paint as some of the details were not really defined so it took some guess work to figure out what is what. Overall though, I am very happy with how he turned out, especially the wine bottle as I believe is is the first one that I have painted.
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