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  1. Hi All, I haven't posted in a good while, so I thought Id share a pair of pieces that are special to me - Giant Leeches! This was my contribution to bones 4, and it is always a gratifying (and edifying) experience to paint a mini I have sculpted. Despite the special spot in my collection, I didn't go crazy with the paint jobs. It is a pretty basic palate and only took me a day or two to complete. As sculpts, the goal was to make easy to paint minis that filled a gap in the lineup and hit the table pretty often - I think these achieved that. The anatomy was based on observations of several
  2. Worked on some critters. The leeches were painted Walnut Brown and highlighted in medium grey. Then I went over them with Turbo Dork - 3D Glasses. Then wash of Nuln Oil Glossy. Ended up with the slimy/glossy look I was trying for. Dire Crab, I was inspired by the color scheme that many have posted here, which i think they were modeling a Blue Crab which seems to be more green with many interesting colors in it. I painted the whole thing Ivory, and then glazed inks and washes up and tried to be careful on where I laid the wash/ink down. Some wer
  3. For Black Friday, I took advantage of Otherworld Miniature's sale to pick up a lot of minis I've been eyeing for a while for half-off. Fortunately, a lot of the minis I've really been after seem to be the least popular sculpt on their mold, if I understood the sale criteria correctly... I plan to paint up most of my picks over the next week or two, starting with the really excellent Giant Leeches. This is a fantastic sculpt, made super-easy to work with by the lack of any sort of broccoli base - meaning GSing up a base was super simple, one of my favorite aspects of the Otherworld Miniatures I
  4. Hey, all! Its been a little while and I finally sat down and painted something. I put these guys together and I'm really happy with the shading. I wanted to put some water on the bases, so I tried wrapping them with plastic and pouring realistic water in. It... did not go according to plan. The water cured unevenly, shrank, left weird tide lines, partially peeled off... Basically everything that could go wrong with it went wrong. Luckily, I had sealed the model before pouring the water, so I was able to peel it off with an exacto and some tweezers. I salvaged what I could and I think they stil
  5. Howdy, For International Mini Painting Month, in the same vein... Leach it, Kev!
  6. Howdy, For International Mini Painting Month I'm starting off slow... Suck it, Kev!
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