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  1. Hello all you talented Reaper painters! A question: when you're painting chain mail and you think you'd gotten all those teeny weeny holes filled in, only to take pictures and find that after you think you've totally finished those holes still show up, what do you do? Do you get frustrated? Do you keep painting? Or do you just accept it and move on? I'm painting Lord Soth, foot and mounted and the chainmail that the horse is using as armor feels like there's lots of holes still, but I don't know, especially now if I can really fill them without having to do it all over again. Not the greatest of pictures, but this will definitely give you an idea. Is this good enough? my though it to actually put this one out on Ebay to sell raising more money for Michael Noe's wife. When I look at it too, after I've reduced the photo, it doesn't look quite as bad as its original two thousand something by two thousand something pixels. And of course the miniature itself is even harder to notices minuscule little holes. Please let me know what you think on the subject of holes!
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