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  1. I've barely made a dent in my Bones 2. This makes 20 out of the lot complete when I add the mummies and ghouls I finished earlier this year. At the very least I'll have painting projects for the next year or three! I worked on this batch over the course of 4 Pathfinder sessions. :) It's fun to paint while roleplaying!
  2. Sanael

    3017 Charnel Grub

    A fairly quick paint-up. The dragonlance party is soon to go through the Sla-Mori, and although we don't have a giant slug (yes, I know we could get one in a variety of places), we do have a carrion crawler that I've wanted to paint for a while. It's slimy and gross enough to stand in for a slug, so now it got painted. This is actually the P-65 version, which is to say it's absolutely no different than the regular version (unless you eat it, but if you eat this mini I'd be upset with you, which should be the more immediate concern than lead poisoning). Again, it was quickly done (likely no more than five hours of work, so a lot of the transitions are totally rough). It's also one of the first minis I've worked on while at work, which is kinda exciting. I get an hour for lunch, so my cubicle has a corner with paint stuff, and I typically take half an hour to eat and half an hour to paint. Good times. I like the color, I'm happy with the fade from green to pink (holy crap, complimentary colors don't want to fade cleanly! They just wanna be brown...who knew?) on the tentacles. The transparent effects on the slime carpet are...a valiant effort, I guess. And he looks good on the table, so that's the real goal. C&C welcome and appreciated!