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  1. I haven't posted anything for awhile, but got a couple projects done recently. This one was relatively quick to fill a dwarf shortage.
  2. This one was a relatively quick commission. I probably could have gotten the OSL blending smoother, but it's a newish technique for me and I had a bit of a time crunch on him. Still fairly happy with how he turned out!
  3. Cassie was my holiday weekend project. I've always liked this model and had painted the metal version a few years ago when I was still new to the hobby. Here she is:
  4. I've had this figure since Bones I Kickstarter, and had actually painted a metal version of her about four years ago when I first got into painting minis. I always liked her pose and attitude, so I cleaned her up tonight and started to work. I cut away the base and cleaned the mold lines with my knife as best I could - there are still some remnants of them along the folds of her robe and in her hair, but I'm hoping I can disguise most of those flaws with paint. For the base, I traced a dime on a sheet of corkboard and then cut it out with scissors before spraying some black primer on
  5. Relatively quick (still took awhile and I'm not totally happy with aspects of it) paint job of this many-armed snake woman. My D&D group might end up facing her if they ever stop being cowards! Apologies for poor picture quality - I left her at the shop where I painted her and didn't have a good lighting setup there.
  6. I've had this mini since the first Bones Kickstarter and I'm finally running a game that could put her to use. I spent the afternoon cleaning off mold lines (which was pretty rough given all of her arms and scales) and green stuffed on a simple top since the model was nude and we play in a public game shop. Should be a relatively quick project - she could make an appearance in the game as early as Sunday!
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