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While playing Arcadia Quest with the Monday night gang I chose two of the faceless character (Smiley and Frowny). During game play I spent most of the night picking up the grey unpainted mini to stare at thier markings so I could determine which one was which...this of course slowed down my activation round. At the end of the night I volunteered to paint these dudes up to make it easier on all of us and thier owner gave me the nod to go ahead. Using goggle to research thier cards I have painted them as best as I can to match the card art. Here is the family Red = Smiley Blue = Frowny Green = Suprised Yellow = Serious Thanks for looking
This was supposed to be a quick tabletop paint. The eyes and teeth are so numerous that this is a bit of a pain. Not to be taken lightly. Has anyone separated the mini to paint it in pieces and then re-glued it? It would probably be easier. There were places I couldn't get to at all. I'm pretty happy with how gooey and alien this turned out. I wanted to do the eyes in full black (I did blue liner instead) and something about the lack of pupils really works for me. I had real problems painting over the pink at some points. For whatever reason it was on pretty thick. You can see a few of the teeth have bits of flesh mixed in. It works ok, but I would've preferred getting rid of it. In my haste to finish this up, I forgot to paint the insides of the mouth with Burgundy Wine (something I'd decided on in the beginning). I'm real happy with the teeth (where not overly-pink) I went from oiled leather up to leather white (mostly in the VGC bone white). I think they look suitably gross. The skeleton inside was difficult to reach and really And the flaws - the worst mold lines I've ever left on a mini (and I leave most of them on) and a few bald patches where I probably rubbed off/ prevented paint from sticking with my grimy hands. This is a great mini though, and freaks people out even in a quick job. And now the pictures. Oh and the flesh was a mix of VGC Warlord Purple, Old West Rose, Pale Flesh and Burgundy Wine.