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  1. Okay...so it's just six. But that's enough to get the job done. The sculpted details are pretty low on these guys, but some washes gave them a little more depth. I went with two black ones, two brown ones, and two gray ones.
  2. This guy originally had a cat familiar on his base, but I removed that to set aside for a future project. I really like how the highlighting came out, as well as the decoupaged book pages. His color scheme is based off of the Knickerbocker LOTR Gandalf figure from the 70's (a toy I admire, but will never be able to afford as long as I've got this pesky mortgage).
  3. The main point of this guy was to force myself to focus heavily on colors I tend to shy away from (specifically, white and yellow). I also experimented with a different type of skin tone. The design on the shield took forever, but I'm happy with the results. Looking back, I can definitely see where I could have taken the highlights further on the armor.
  4. Just some bulk skeletons...nothing special. The spears were pretty bent when I got them. I worked with them a little to straighten them out, but figured I wouldn't spend too much time driving myself crazy (these were cheapies, after all 🙂). The detail on these guys is fairly soft, but they get the job done on the table. Sorry for the quality on the group shot. Wide shots aren't my camera phone's specialty.
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