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  1. ...and another long term resident of the Shelf of Incompletion reaches Show Off... I decided on a traditional "Salem-like" color scheme for her, both to ground the steampunk elements, and to tie her in with the Witch Hunters I've been working on. The sealer apparently wasn't fully dry when I took this picture. Arg. But at least she's done.
  2. Well, Dita was going to be my first Mini... but it looks more like she will be my second. Or maybe third at this rate of progress... I've rebased her three times. I've reprimed her five or six times. I've lost count. So, I decided this time to play with white and black primer both. Why not? I'll probably be doing this again... I've also started step 1 of the Bette Davis Eyes tutorial... debating if maybe I should seal the eyes before step 2, to make clean up of mistakes easier. Also, Dita needed a cat. A steampunk cat. So I gave it goggles. With a itty bitty buckle on the back. To the Reaper sculptors who do this stuff for a living... you have my undying admiration. Just doing this tiny bit nearly drove me mad. At one point I was cursing the overly large tool I was using, then realized it was the point of a needle. The cat is from Edna and is in the 4 pack in the boneyard. I wanted something other than the stereotypical Halloween back arched cat.
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