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  1. Finished up this Succubus bust (Succubust?) produced by Macaroni Miniatures. Had fun trying some new things out with her. Painted with ProAcryl paints and mounted on a plinth from Frozen Ninja 3D.
  2. Started working on this succubus bust (succubust?) from Macaroni Miniatures. Nice simple piece to work on. Realized after I got to this point that there were some chips in the hair I should have fixed. Oh well! Skin is Pro Acryl Shadow Flesh, shaded with Dark Plum, and highlighted with Dark Warm Flesh. Pretty happy with how it's going so far.
  3. Finished this Goblin Marauder bust from a company called Macaroni Miniatures. First bust I've actually finished! Had a lot of fun with him. All Pro Acryl paints over a Badger Green Stynelrez primer, with the exception of the armored shoulder which was done with various rust colored pencils by Mini Master Werx (whatever happened to them?), and the shiny metal was done with standard #2 pencil. If I do another, I'd do the chest straps in black to up the contrast value. Really reasonably priced for what you get.
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