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So I got this guy from the melt bin during Reaper Con, and right now am doing a tutorial using his base ( http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/62033-sea-floor-base-tutorial/ ) But when I get around to painting him himself, that progress will come here Here is how he was at the start of the tutorial (he's not this color scheme anymore) and then I decided i didn't like his texture and tried my hand at giving him new scales with green stuff. I gave him new fins too, and gave him more of a belly so he isn't as snakey thin I"m going to be doing this color scheme, with a bit of variation (more yellow along the underside so that it's not entirely pink all over
Not sure if this qualifies completely as a diorama, but it's the closest definition I had for the thing. It was made as a special project for my best friend to help her wife surprise re-decorate the bathroom for her this weekend. She LOVES the beach and all things sea related, so this was the mini her wife chose for me to paint up. It was a good thing, because I was (and still kind of am) intimidated as heck by this mini, but at least I pushed through and did it. I'm overall extremely pleased with the end result, only finding two things that really glare at me. One of them is there could have been better blending, but in order to make it a viable piece of room decor, I went super bold. The other is I could have put it together a bit more smoothly. That was one heavy mini, and I was afraid it would break, so there's some lumping I would do differently if I had it to do over. I failed at getting a reasonable shot of the whole thing. If the light was bright enough to see the fishyhorse, it glared off the bowl. If I didn't glare, the mini is too dark. I included them to show the perspective, and then added better pics of the bits. Oh, and you can't tell fully in the pics, but if the room is dim he looks more blue, but with the lights all the way on he shimmers silvery. C&C is always welcome, it helps me get better!