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Presenting 'Pop' Bodkin (From the game Wolsung by Micro Art Studio) father of Hazel Bodkin, he works in the same automaton factory as a maintenance engineer. Like many older, country born Halflings he hasn't got into the habit of wearing shoes, despite the near-constant danger of something heavy falling on his toes. Turned out to be a surprisingly characterful mini, so I had a lot of fun painting him. Still need to work on my stamped bases. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
Presenting Hazel Bodkin (She's from the game Wolsung by Micro Arts Studio), walking home from her shift at the new-fangled automaton factory, she always makes sure to carry her slingshot, just in case she runs into one of those ruffians who make a sport of tormenting the wee folk. Made a bit of a mess painting her boobs (it was harder to get a brush in there than I thought it would be) and I'm still not great at using my basing stamps, but overall I'm pleased with the result. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
Presenting Cal and Aponne, an Ogre and Halfling duo working for the Scylla crime family faction in the (possibly defunct) game of Wolsung. Had this one sitting in The Cupboard of Unfinished ThingsTM at 75% done for about 3 years or so, so thought I'd get him finished while waiting for other things to dry. It also highlights how little my painting has improved over the years As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
Here's a finished Azura Halfblood, from Hasslefree, on a base from Micro Arts Studio. First, the base. I took separate pics of it before attaching and painting the mini. This was my first experiment with Realistic Water. I used a piece of blister pack and some scotch tape to form a cylinder around the base, then put in 5 layers of Realistic Water whisked gently with a teeny bit of Formula P3 Wurm Green for murk. That stuff takes aaaages to dry! Anyway, when it was all done I pulled off the blister pack (gently), and then trimmed the meniscus that had formed with a pair of small nail scissors. You can see the slightly beveled edge on the effect where that got trimmed. Then the mini itself. All pics linked for nudity, except for number 3 in which her back is turned to the camera. Azura Halfblood front Azura Halfblood left quarter profile Azura Halfblood right profile Azura Halfblood right quarter profile As usual, the camera has revealed every tiny flaw. Sigh. Also, the pics don't show her eyes well AT ALL. I painted them a bright solid teal-ish color, and used the same in the eye sockets of the skull in her hand. It's supposed to look like she's powering up to blast somebody with a beam of unholy power pouring forth from the skull's eyes in a wave of necrotic vileness. But my phone's camera didn't pick up the color very well. On a side note, I have now finished all of the nekkid minis I got from Hasslefree. They were good for practicing skin tones. But I'll be happy to go back to painting clothed people now.