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Hey guys been away for a long while doing this amazing diorama! Dragons don't share 2! What an awesome time I had doing this the scenery is beautiful the dragon is majestic! I also decided to switch out the team in the box for a group of treasure seeking wizards and sorcerers. As always comments are wanted and appreciated!!! I Have taken many pics to capture every aspect of the model!
This is the Bones version of Aaron the Conjurer, and I thought I'd use him to start dabbling in OSL. I took the opportunity to try several new skills. This is the first time I've ever tried painting flames. I cut him off his integral base and pinned him to one of my new PVC bases from CMON's Kickstarter, which was a first as well. I also practiced glazing a bit, it really helped smooth out the robe. So I know that there are a lot of things I could improve on this piece, but I'm trying to focus on speed and trying new things, so right now I'm mostly looking for specific feedback on the OSL. It doesn't quite feel right and I don't know if I laid it on too thick, missed some spots or chose the wrong color. (I'll freely admit that I was getting a serious case of "I want it done already", so I rushed things.) I have to admit, I love the base inserts for working with Bones. It was so easy to get him on that base and it looks so much better than just leaving him on the integral base. Definitely have to get some more of those.
I took a break from painting my ReaperCon entries to get something done for the "You're Such a Character Contest." The base coats were done earlier but everything else was done today. I wanted to paint something for the contest but did not have time to do the one that I really wanted to. Then I was sorting my Bones II and came accross Aaron and decided to use him to represent Brind'Amour from R.A. Salvatore's The Crimson Shadow. It is a quick, tabletop paint job but I am happy with it as it proved to me that if I put my mind to it, I can do one in a few hours.