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  1. My first show-off in a long while, but I received from minis from my pledge to Stonehaven Miniatures kickstarter project and got a few of them painted up over the last 3 days! The troll is my absolute favorite, cast in resin and completely awesome. Dwarven Tombstone Bloodknuckle Grymm, Dwarven Berserker Troll Sorry for the cell phone photography, but I'm moving around my painting and picture taking station, so most of my stuff it out of sorts, on top of a burnt out bulb in my lighting setup. Anyway, here you go
  2. fanguad

    Santa Dwarf

    Santa Dwarf comes to give all the good dwarves their favorite holiday gift! Wait what? Reaper made a "real" Santa Dwarf? That one seems unlikely to be as popular as this fellow come Christmas morning. C&C appreciated. This is the first Stonehaven Dwarf that I've painted, he was lots of fun. I tried to rely less on washing and drybrushing on this guy, and I think his shirt in particular is a big improvement over my previous minis. He's shinier than I'd like, but I'll have to wait until spring before I can hit him with Dullcote. (I used GW Hardcoat, then watered down Reaper Matte Sealant). Also my first usage of a resin base (this one came with the dwarves), and I made the mistake of painting the base then gluing him on - then I had to repaint part of the base which didn't come out quite right. I tried to cover up my mistake with dark brown and call it "shadows."
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