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  1. At the rate I'm painting, I might just have enough Infinity minis painted to play a game early next year. Today I present my latest tabletop Nomad. While I used the same paints on her as the previous one, the red highlights are wider and she doesn't appear as dark as her male counterpart. And a shot of the homemade base, similar style as the previous one.
  2. I haven't posted anything to show off in a while, so rather than waiting for a group shot I'm going with an individual. It doesn't help that I'm being super slow on the painting either. Anyway, for those of you not following the infinity threads, I picked up up Operation: Icestorm a couple of months ago. I'm painting the Nomad Alguaciles up first as they are used in the first tutorial scenario. I didn't want to copy the studio scheme exactly, but still wanted to keep the main colors the same. That means red for the nomads, though what I ended up with is a few shades darker than studio. I didn't get out a lightbox, for this set of pictures, but I think they still came out pretty accurate. One advantage this guy gets by being first is that any mistakes that show up here can be fixed while I'm painting #2. And a slightly out of focus shot of the base, which I suppose also doubles as a tabletop viewpoint illustration. Maybe I'll get another one of these finished off by the end of the month.
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