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  1. Wizard I painted up for the Pathfinder game I'm in. The robes had a base of rich green, brought up with leaf green, warboss green from GW, and finally warboss mixed with some GW flash gitz yellow. The sleeves are palamino gold with agrax earthshade, and then brought up with the flash gitz yellow. Flesh was the Reaper Fair Skin triad with GW reikland fleshshade. Hair was the blond hair triad. The shirt started with ritterlich blue, going up to ultramarine, and finally a highlight with a bit of LED blue mixed in. Pants were done in rainy grey, hit with the agrax earthshade, and then brought up with linen white. Staff was done in walnut brown and then drybrushed intense brown.
  2. So, now that I'm home, I'm working on minis again. While at my folks' house, I managed to finish two minis, though they still need basing. Thought I'd get some early pictures up before I do, and maybe do a WIP for the basing. Unfortunately, I didn't think to start taking pictures until I was just about done painting Mr. Bathalian Primarch's body. The camera's flash washed out a lot of the detail on his body. His lower scutes are painted with the bone triad (dirty bone, graveyard bone, splintered bone) that came from the first Kickstarter. The arms and tentacles are more-or-less the same, except that I substituted bathalian chiton for graveyard bone. They're very similar shades. It just seemed right. His back plates were done in a base of christmas wreath (one of my favorite greens), with a midshade of about half-and-half christmas wreath and the mystery shade green I got a year or so back, and edged with Vallejo Fluorescent Green. Here he is with his head on straight. Before placing the head, I painted the two larger tentacles and the underside. I figured they'd be more difficult to get to later on. You can also see a skeleton swordsman. I used some superglue debonder to remove his shield as a test. I actually let the debonder evaporate on the skeleton, to see if it would damage the bonesium. Doesn't appear to. I'll still be careful when using it in the future, but it did make it reasonably easy to remove the shield. You can see his claws pretty well here. They were done with walnut brown and a highlight of blackened brown. Same with his arm spikes. I used an activator on the superglue when placing the various parts on, and they dried within thirty seconds or so, where the Zap-a-gap I use usually takes five minutes. So, that helped out. Here he is, all done. The eyes were done with a simple bit of blood red. I might touch them up a bit later, but I think they look fairly decent. I mean, look at that face. How can you not fall in love with that adorable face? Here's his good side. Here's his other good side. Here's the other mini I got painted while I was over here, Orson Lugrum, Evil Wizard. Not nearly as awesome as Cash's version, of course, but I did my best. The robes got a bit of an unintentional wash. I thinned my Coat D'Arms Deadly Nightshade a bit more than I intended, but I liked the way it came out. Shaded it a little further with additional mixes of deadly nightshade and various Reaper blues (ultramarine shadow, sky blue, etc.) I'll be basing him as well once I get home. And here are the two of them together. Any basing suggestions?
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