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  1. It's genuinely funny to me how I can't operate in terrain/base mode when I'm in painting mode. I usually save one day for painting and the next for basing. I have a TON of minis that need to be based, but I'm just too caught up in the painting to really lock down on the basing. On top of that, there's a lot of drying and waiting time that I'm way too impatient for. I digress. Here's the Norkers. We've got Mack and Axel. (Obviously Axel is with the 'axe.') I'm still thinking the gloss coat was a bit much...
  2. These are somewhat of a continuation from another post, but the important thing is to note the improvements (along with the areas to grow). Wins: * Used brown as base color before applying bronze color to shingles of mail. Better coverage and color overall doing this. * Used VGC Yellow Ochre to dry brush over the faces and bring out the details. Good contrast and still liking the yellow/green pairing. * Didn't put as much time in worrying about the under-sides of armor or weapons. Saved time and who really sees it anyway? My work is more or less table-top ready
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