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  1. Jasonator

    DSM-5006 - Ser Loras Tyrell

    After thirteen (13) RBG miniatures from Tre Manor, I thought I could use a break. So I opted to start a miniature that will FORCE me to really concentrate on my brush control. Ser Loras Tyrell, Knight of the Flowers, is ONE TOUGH painting experience. Its carved by my favorite T. Meirer, and the armor, and cloak back look like a nightmare to paint. So I selected it. Nothing tempted, nothing learned ! Actually scares the heck out of me; but so did all his other sculpts I have painted ! I won't be posting as many photos as I have been prior to this. I intend to take my time, and enjoy it for all its complexity. I have just put a base coat of flesh and been experimenting with the inside of the cloak. Scheme is to paint it with Green cloak interior, Blue cloak exterior, Blue-gunmetal armor, gold decoration on Armor, and I have no idea what I will do with shield, but it will have something on it. So a new adventure ! Here is Ser Tyrell with some paint sloshed on. (Edited to correct Grammar, and spelling).
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