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  1. I forgot to post this mini which I recently finished, Reaper 60036 Visbaronetess Delour Aulamaxa from the Pathfinder line. She is just such a hilarious and fun mini. I tried my best to make her garish, but I just could not make myself paint her with clashing colors, which is why she took so long to finish, I was just stuck on what color to paint next. If I had just realized there is a Pathfinder illustration with her, I would have used that color scheme. Anyhow, here she is singing for the royal court!
  2. This is Peruhain, Elven Monk (SKU 3169, Metal) from Reaper. I am trying to paint up at least one of every main class/race combination.
  3. This guy is Gon'Tarr, Orc Shaman (SKU 3879) in metal from Reaper. I thought he needed a hat since his head was so flat. At first I wanted a bowler hat, but I didn't have one laying around so he got a fancy feathered one instead which suits him just fine. I decided he had been around a while, so a wily dangerous middle-aged orc (or half-orc). His face was hard to get to hiding under the hat, so its kinda a mess.
  4. Quite awhile ago my wife asked me to paint a halforc for her. Then it ended up sitting around for months after I primed it. I really found it hard painting a figure I hadn't chosen, I ended up over thinking color schemes and just kept putting the project off. It was for my wife so I wanted to do my best and not give her a shoddy paint job. Well once I started painting it I ended up painting it to completion in just one evening. It'll be interesting to see how she reacts to that.
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