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  1. Happy Birthday Oh painter of magnificent skintones!!!
  2. A very fun and simple mini to paint. I also took it as an opportunity to paint some blue. Not something a do very often.
  3. No complaints from me today. I like how this turned out. There are a few minor things that I would do differently in hindsight, but all in all I'm satisfied. This really started out as more of a test piece. Up until now I hadn't really made much use of the Reaper Golden Skin Triad for actual skin. I've used them individually on things like leather boots and even then it was sparingly. I still prefer more of a ruddy skin tone for painting human caucasians but this turned out alright. I'll do it again.
  4. King Jurgen Heyerdal. I'm a little disappointed in how this came out. It's one of the first Reaper minis that I owned but never got around to painting until now. I'm not sure where it went wrong. Maybe nothing is wrong with it and I just complain to much. What do you think?
  5. This was painted several years ago. I always thought painting darker skin would be easier. It wasn't. Taking a photo of this was a pain. Even after several coats of matte sealer, the mini still had a bit of glare. I tried diffusing my lamps and even made a makeshift light box. Even adjusting the ISO setting didn't work. This was the best that I could get.
  6. Grenadier Barbarian Chieftain I painted this over ten years ago. It is one of the most important models in my personal collection. I think if my house was about to burn down and I could only save one mini, it would probably be this one. I had one of these minis way back in the early 90’s. It was my favourite even back then. The mini was lost after a life change and a move to another city. Fast forward to the early 2000’s. I met Primeval on Cool Mini or Not. I was inspired by his ability and the passion that he put into his models. He was, and still is, very specific about what he paints. Specifically Barbarians and any other models that looked like they would have existed in the Hyborian Age. It was really intriguing to me how he could craft a mini story about each model that he painted. It sounded like a description straight out of a Conan novel. Awesome stuff. Anyway, we both had a love for Copplestone Barbarians (and the field of physical fitness). My memory fails me a bit here but I think I asked him if he knew of anywhere that I could get another Barbarian Chieftain to replace the one that I lost. He told me that he had an extra one. I offered to buy it from him and I was more than prepared to pay whatever he asked. He wasn’t having it. He sent it to me for free. FREE!!! I painted it to the best of my ability at that time and it remains forever in a prominent spot in my paint cabinet. Hopefully, one future day I can make it out to California and meet Primeval in person. Bucket list.
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