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  1. Decided to finally take some (bad) pictures of some things I've painted and put them up here. First up, the Bones Sharkman. I paint to use minis in Pathfinder, so I like to put little touches for characterization. For this guy, he was a recurring threat in a pirate game, I painted a crappy little anchor tattoo on one arm, and a heart with Mom in it on the other.
  2. This is the mini I chose to do when they first announced the Halloween contest. I picked him because I wanted to mess around with the bones some, I've never done a ghost/ethereal creature, and they show up periodically in my home campaign, maybe even frequently. The first shot is the stock photo. The second and third shot is where I gave him a light priming to see the mold lines better and based him. All mold lines should be gone at this point. I will say the mold lines on these guys are a pain IMO compared to the metal minis. I also don't how light they are. There's something satisfying about a heavy mini in your hand. Well, I've purchased a lot of them, so I'll be very in tune with what I like and don't like about them. :P I would like lots of questions, lots of comments, and lots of what I could do to make it better. Thank you!
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