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  1. One of my December painting goals was to paint a miniature from a manufacturer that I hadn't yet painted anything from. Looking through my stockpile of 20 miniatures I chose Phoenicia, an arcane spellcaster from Guild of Harmony. While I was at it, I decided to take care of another painting goal - working on glow effects. The stone she is standing on already has some engravings, but for a little something more I reached into my Bag o Crap and pulled out one of the 25mm bases that had some arcane looking runes already carved on. Now that she's pretty well done I can say that my main complaint with the sculpt is that her lower arm is a PITA to work around. She has those tiny little straps on her side as well as a couple of items that'll have you holding her upside down and turned at a 35o angle just to reach them. I also ran into a problem I haven't had before where I guess I sprayed too much sealer on the backside of her skirt. I'll let it sit overnight and see what I can do with it tomorrow. I also snapped a pic under some different lighting so the white isn't so washed out. A WIP for anyone interested.
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