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  1. I'd been putting her off for awhile, as I was expecting the blending of the grey and white to be a pain, (which it was), but I'm quite happy with how she turned out. I gave her red hair instead of the black I'd originally intended to give her a bit of a Banshee vibe and so that she stands out a bit once clumped with the other various ghosts and wraiths on the shelf. Although they refuse to be photographed, her eyes are a bluish green.
  2. Both of these are from the Graveyard Expansion, and seem to go well together, a vengeful wraith and her loyal beyond death companion. Both the wolf's eyes and her skin are the same Linen White/Copper Verdigris mix, which ties them together and appears to glow in pictures. The glowing effect also means I needed to utilize a darker background. Next up are the two of them frolicking in their "natural enviroment", an old GW cemetary. (because I haven't got the Reaper one painted up yet) "Come on boy, let's teach those kids a thing or two about vandalizing gravestones!"
  3. Howdy, For my fifteenth day of International Mini Painting Month I present the Female Wraith from the Bones 3 Graveyard Expansion... Halfway, Kev!
  4. I sent DSMiles some stuff for the miniature exchange! He wanted metal, preferably, and stuff from lower SKUs. I hadn't spent a lot of time down there, so it was fun to look around. I picked out a wizard that looked fun, a knight with an unusually short cloak (more historically accurate, but less epic-looking, I believe?), and three wraiths--which I hadn't seen before, and thought were pretty awesome! I hadn't really done any basing before. Sorry about that! I hope you found the basing at least marginally acceptable. I was aiming for a bit of a dungeon-y look with some moss to match the old-school vibe of the minis. Speaking of those, I have some individual pics! 02005: Tox Tox was my favorite. He's also one of my best jobs so far! I had a lot of fun with him and the wife was sad to ship him off. I may have to paint up another. 02188: Knight Templar I had fun with this one too. I think he'd be great for freehand but I don't think my freehand is up to snuff for a mini exchange yet. Lots of canvas to make your mark on. 02617: Female Wraith The wraiths are just cool. I had a bunch of ideas for things to try--one of them involved suspending some bluish-white-ish pigments in clear acrylic in the hoods to give a lighting effect, but I couldn't get that to work too well. Oh man the Vallejo water effects were awful to work with. Interestingly enough, because they're water-based, they slowly dissolve the drop of paint and create a solution of water, water effects acrylic, and pigments. It's a cool process to watch but also a sad one as you watch the blob of paint you were hoping to keep get slowly disintegrated. And then you have to scrape all the water effects out. 02148: Guardian Wraith I wanted to give the wraiths some sort of effect to show from a distance that they're not just dudes (or ladies) hidden in cloaks. You see wraiths all the time with glowy implements, so I tried to recreate that. With at least some success, I think! It's hard to get the blending to look right on the dark cloak. On the lighter brown clothing, experiments showed that it would look green, which I was not expecting! But weirdly enough, I think those bits turned out looking better. At least to me. 02081: Fog Wraith
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