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I am completely new to the whole process. It's been about 37 years since I painted the old D&D figures. After seeing the talent that is on this forum, it took a while for me to post something. This is my first Reaper figure and I learned plenty about the quality of paints for starters. Anyway, the only way to learn is to listen to those who know. So, here it goes! Appreciate any guidance. I'm a Reaper addict!
This year, my ongoing project is superhero and comic themed. So far I have completed the undead outlaw as my version of the Saint of Killers from Preacher. For the diehard fans of that series, yes I know he isn't undead and he certainly didn't have a skull for a face, but I think this is still a fitting mini for him. For those not familiar, here is a link to a picture that pretty much sums him up: http://i41.tinypic.com/69qj54.jpg I was going for both faded and dusty with his clothing and I think I have captured it pretty well in both respects. Waiting on me to practice my fine detailing more is Nick Fury. I will be doing a SHIELD logo on his itty bitty shoulder.