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  1. Sorry for the multiple posts, but got some catching up to do. Here's Mr. Owlbear. One of the strangest creatures in D&D to me, but fun to paint . My focus here wasn't the bear fur this time, but the small wings. I have done some other wings I wasn't too proud of, so I used this as a 'oh well, if it's bad who cares' shot. They came out decent. BATTLE REPORT! Wins: * Turns out the yellow fade from brown worked. Hooray! Haven't done many wet blends, but this was a good one. * Trying to find ways to bring the eyes to interesting sections. Felt like the face and wings were what to go with. I mean it's a bear with wings - I think it's what I'd focus on anyway. * Fur layers felt solid. * Face/beak details came out strong and with good separation. Opportunity: * So...I needed to varnish (because I varnish all of them) and went with a satin coat. DOES NOT WORK. Need to matte this sucker down once it dries. * Not so much related to this model, but airbrushing in general, I HATE clogging with varnish. I had to do a full tear down and clean out everything. I use a Liquitex varnish and dial it back with some thinner, but good lord that stuff is sticky. Even sucks cleaning it from my hands if it gets on them. * I am struggling with animal nails. Like, do you do them black? brown? what's the method being them and what do you use for coloring them? As always any feedback is welcome. Basing?
  2. Still love my reaper, but wiz kids has some nice monsters
  3. table top owl bear. I went with the standard traditional colors one would expect on such a creature. I would love to do more work on the eyes but then I would have to do more work on everything else to make it match. enjoy.
  4. This is my first completed miniature in March. He's not really all that complicated but I must have agonized over his colors plenty of times. Also one of my first major basing experiments with using milliput to sort of hide the plastic "base" he comes in in one of the new reaper medium bases. Was trying to imitate the sort of pattern his inherent base had, not sure I was too successful but at least the color contrast makes him pop a bit. Anyways, comments and criticism are as always welcome! *edited for grammar
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