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  1. Jessie

    77048: Mocking Beast

    As another part of my quest for a few simple minis to get back in the painting habit, enter the mimic mocking beast. This guy was fun to paint. I learned from the eye beast that 09072 Rust Brown seems to make a good gum color. I decided to give him some green swirling magical energies that were propelling him off the ground and decided those were the same swirling inside his "mouth". The base was also a first experiment for me. Now that we have all our new reaper bases and everything can be standard and match (no OCD in this household) it's time to start properly basing everyone. Decided to do either a cobblestone or dungeon tile feel to this base. Just some milliput that I manually carved out some stones on then put some GF9 grass in the cracks. I'm not 100% pleased with the base, it still looks a little uneven and hodge podgy (but luckily that's okay for cobblestone). Just need to get my technique down before I try other things. Anyways, thanks for reading, and comments and criticism are always welcome.