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  1. This is a fine little piece of Old School lead I got from the Box O' Goodwill project. It's a Ral Partha, looks like 2nd edition D&D vintage. The original set (so research tells me) had two magicians, a male and female dressed and posed similarly. I started him in March and finished him off quickly during the Memorial Day Weekend challenge. I can see little sloppy bits, but I think he's okay for tabletop use.
  2. Finished this gal tonight, just time for the Bones invasion, which is scheduled to land Wednesday. I picked her up a few weeks ago as I wanted to try something with less of a fantasy spin while waiting for Bones. My unpainted mini's collection is now 0...at least for a day. I'm quite happy with how this one came out. The eyes turned out much better than my last attempt. There's probably a bit too much dark outline left, but since she's supposed to be wearing makeup, it's tolerable on this figure. The floor was done by filling in the base with some modelling paste, getting it as smooth as possible, then adding 3-4 layers of sealer over it until it was mostly smooth, then finally painted over, and finished with some gloss for a polished effect. Hope you enjoy, and C&C welcome as always.
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