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Much to my amazement I just finished the Mini. I have to say that this one put me through my paces. I suspect that after three years of painting mini's I have gotten a lot tougher on myself when it comes to how I think my Miniatures should look. I've gotten quite demanding I fear. Since it only applies to my work, thats okay. I glued the mini prior to priming and painting, which makes things much more difficult. On the white front cloth I drew in light gold designs, they are barely seen, The cloak was a blast to paint as was the armor, face and hair. I had to give him that reddish hair just to make our resident Canadian Ranger happy.. Hope he meets your approval robinh. The base was a blast, but a lot more difficult than it looks.Painting the flowers in was a hoot. So, here is my interpretation of the Male Ranger With Bow. Thanks to those that shared their ideas. My hands are saying Rain and T-storms tomorrow, its wonderful being able to predict the weather (NOT). Any comments/Critiques greatly appreciated, and sought after.. Here he is:
Hi Gang, I really didn't want to start another WIP, when I started thinking about a base for this mini. He has frustrated me from the git-go. (Some are just that way). I was thinking of doing a base with bark, and making a scene where he is standing on a cliff, getting ready to take a shot off. I know I can pull that off, but was thinking if there was some other way of basing him...?? Anyone have any ideas ? No building of structures (hands aren't up to that right now. Here is what he looks like. The little hole in his pants is where the sword and belt get attached. That will go on last, since I have pegged this beast five times so far, and that sword will snap as I am mounting the mini in its base. Any Ideas? Input appreciated, Jay