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This has been a learning mini. First it is SMALL. 25mm tall, 25mm long. There is no gluing to be done, but that mean its really tight to get into and around. Basing will also be a challenge, since it is the size of your 25mm base also. I removed the broccoli base it came with, and pinned it. Its a lot of fun to paint, and that face and needle/spiked fur of his is quite the challenge. So here is the Bard reclining in a meadow of rocks and flowers singing to himself.. "Prickly Love" which he is composing for himself. Note the bottle of wine, and I have NO idea what is in his little orange bag next to the vino. Let me know what you think of him please. Your comments/critiques are always welcome and solicited. Jay
I've been working on this guy for a week now. He's 25mm tall, that is the size of a U. S. quarter. Now, I'm going to point out how difficult this Hedgehog is to paint. It doesn't mean I am unhappy, its teaching me tones, its the growing pains I'm complaining about ! LOL This is one tough to wrestle with mini. I thought, okay, little brushes and we are off.. Yeah.. Dream on kid. This mini has wrestled with me for every layer of Paint or liner I have put on. Getting the angles correct to apply a coat of paint is SOOO frustrating ! I finally have gotten to the point where I'll let you see what I am doing. I have removed the base that it came with, its pinned. Getting the spikes to not look like fur was complicated. The face has a lot of personality. I've started on the base already. so, now that I spoke about him, here is the Hedgehog bard in the painting stage. I'm ignoring everything that was done on the dsm site showing how they painted him. Photos retaken. These are a bit better. Hard to focus on this small mini. Jay