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  1. A commission I finished this week for a D&D player who wanted her painted as a druid.
  2. I haven't posted anything for awhile, but got a couple projects done recently. This one was relatively quick to fill a dwarf shortage.
  3. 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!
  4. 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:
  5. 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 it and later painting over that with a watery black wash to get into the crevises. It will be multicolored cobblestone at the end, I think. I tend to do very dark base coats and then progressively highlight instead and glaze instead of using a lot of washes, so the brown and tan coats are going to be the darkest parts of their respective areas - the robes will end up nearly white by the time I'm done, I think. I'm still deciding on whether I want to do some green freehand leafy symbols and make her more of a nature-y character or if I want to do triangular red trim like a white mage from Final Fantasy.
  6. 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.
  7. 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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