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  1. Did someone say "pumpkin"? No? I must be hearaing things...again... Anyway. I present to you: the Punkin' Headed Bugbear! Because pumpkin. The highlights on the flesh are a little less splotchy to my eyes, and the fur doesn't "pop" quite that much. Overall, to my eyes, it actually looks a little dark. I thought that the pumpkin and punkin' guts would brighten up the bugbear but it doesn't quite bring it up enough. I also think I started too dark on the fur (starting at Muddy Soil--which is so dark brown as to be nearly black). Truthfully it makes sense that it would be so dark (as to let the pumpkins serve as camouflage and obscure its form), but that doesn't tend to make an interesting miniature. I should have gone lighter on the fur. Still, not bad for only a few hours work. And it's another pumpkin! Thanks for dropping by!
  2. Presenting Veteran Hemlocke, she's part of the Morticians Guild from the game Guild Ball by Steamforged Games. Originally part of the Union, she managed to escape it's destruction and, being what passes for a magic user in the Guild Ball world, found a home with the spirit summoners of the Morticians. Overall I'm happy with this one, but she is a bit rough in places, painting that snake was a big pain in the bum! As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  3. I took Roman Gruba's OSL class at Cancon. He wanted to teach us about atmosphere so we were supposed to paint one side as if it were lit by moonlight and the other side by another source, in this case, her lantern. Her broom is only sticky tacked on so pay no attention to the blob on her back. Technically, she isn't "finished" as I would have spent a lot more time glazing and working in a little more color. I think she turned out pretty cool for only two hours of work in class and I feel like I learned a lot.
  4. Hi all! I'm new to this forum, but not to fantasy miniature painting. I don't really know what to say right now so I'll let a couple pieces of my wok speak for themselves: 77002: Orc Archers (Bones) 02566: Fiona, Female Druid
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