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Finally finished up the Gunny Peegs this weekend - was mostly finishing off the basing. They are small guinnea pigs, with guns, from one of Bad Squiddo Games' Kickstarter (although I believe they are available on her site as well now) More pics:
My brother is playing a rock gnome rogue in our 5e campaign. He was upset about using a halfling mini for his character, and he also wanted something to scale, so I painted up an Otherworld mini for him. Officially it's a brownie from their faerie folk set, but it looks like a gnome, and looks like it could be 3' tall. It is tiny, the smallest mini I've ever painted. Since it is so tiny, and for the desktop, I painted it very quickly. I also deliberately didn't highlight it too brightly, since he's a stealthy assassin. He was even a bit small for his base, so I added a big rock and some gravel
Here's what I've been working this week. It's tiny. Almost too tiny. I had to break out my goose neck magnifier to go along with my visor in order to really get a good look at the results of my painting. I initially painted the skin pale lichen with a glaze of Citadel Color Dark Green Ink ( from the mid 80's I think I still have about half of a 10ml dropper bottle left) mixed w/ Liquitex Airbrush Medium and a touch of Slo-Dri Fluid Retarder. It wound up being too shiny for my liking, so I glazed back over it with highlands and jungle moss. His tongue is actually base coated w/ a bright cora
This is a game play terrain & building(s) piece of a country inn & stables in a tranquil setting (10mm scale). The whole piece is scratchbuilt (except for the horses & the single brown stag in the lower left corner). The piece is (16" x 16") built on a celing tile base. All rock formations are my plaster casts cut & sculptured as needed.