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Reaper just posted some more miniatures (of an appropriate theme for the time of year) on their Facebook page. She's no longer quite so blushing, but still a bride... "Whut're we gonna eat tonite then, Dave?" "More mutton, I reckon." "'less we find ourselve some tasty halflings..." The Boogeyman's returned/and he's brought friends!/With slicing and dicing/the fun never ends! "Like, I know they come from the ocean, see, but, like, they're really not deep at all. And so slimy, you just wouldn't believe, Becky. Like, Iknorite?" No smart remark for this one - that' cat's just adorably terrified. poor kitty.... ...the tragic end of Napoleon in Ravenloft.
Happy New Year all you Reaper Peeps! This year is going to be full of mini painting of all kinds for me and I hope the same goes for all of you! (I know it's a couple weeks into the new year already but regardless, needs to be said!) These two figures were fairly straightforward sculpts and I dashed some paint on them to get them done and moved on to the next ones. I am going to be a machine this year and will be posting lots of pics of completed figures as I get them, prep them, paint them and photograph them. Big and small, plain and ornate, mundane and sublime, my plans are to really make the most of the time I have this year to paint. My goals for last year were to finish a big ol pile of unfinished minis that I had, which is is a goal that I met. The year before that was to push myself to break out of my personal comfort zone and approach painting as a learner of new techniques, which I also met. This year my goal is to increase my speed. To find secret ways to maintain quality and finally manage to be speedy while doing it! These are my first two figures using this mentality. 4 days to finish both pieces from blister pack to beauty shot. Alright, long words this time. I'm out until next time