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So having found some Tangerine Goblin Skin in my Ral Partha paints, I decided to try some out. I started two gobbers while waiting for my still MIA Ogre, and not knowing how much time I had before The Big Guy showed up I decided to focus on one and finish him. So he's out of the Ral Partha TSR AD&D line, and here he is:
This character is a slightly modified version of Wyrds Raphael LaCroix that I painted up for a buddy's Gobber Sniper character in our Iron Kingdoms RPG (the new version). Love painting him up as the character is very expressive but the coat, especially around the arms, is really a jumbled mess--which is a surprised considering how well the rest of the mini is sculpted. Also wish I would have modded him further for the rifle it be strapped along his back as there's no good place for a pin that would help it stay in his hand it it broke out about 4 times on me (three times tonight alone).
Hello everybody. It's been a pleasure and honour to be able to watch and learn from you guys' submissions. And it's been fun for me to give my undeserved criticism to your amazing paints. These were the first minis I ever painted (this was back in December). They were painted with a box of Tamiya paints which I've since discarded. They are set in Freebooter inset/lip bases. The fish bones were created with a ring I bought for $1 in Shanghai. This ring has a cut-out of a fish, and I stamped it into milliput to get this effect. It's probably evident that I was more concerned with gett