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  1. Hello everyone! I recently started painting miniatures after playing D&D for a short period of time and needing some figures for me and my partner. So, this is my very first attempt at painting miniatures! I found it really exciting and have painted up some more since these two, but I would still love to get some comments on these. (I am sorry if the pictures aren't great, I live in Sweden and daylight is rare this time of year...) Both was painted with craft acrylics at first, so the colours might not be great. I fixed the face of the halfling after purchasing some Citadel paint instead and the difference in both handling and result was enormous! If requested, I might add some photos of details, but these will do for now (since I'm pretty lazy). Happy Holidays!
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