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John Lee
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I know that this is non-Reaper, but I wanted to show it off some where. Let me start by saying that my photography skills are somewhat lacking, the transitonson the flesh really arent as abrupt as they appear ( I know you're thinking, "yeah, right"). This was afun mini to paint. It comes as a customizable package: Three different heads ( smiling, grimmacing, and cigar smoking ), three different weapons ( ax, two-handed sword, and a big wooden hammer-thingy), and two different positions on the non-weapon holding hand/arm. Very little flash. If you need anotherbig musled up barbarian guy, this one is for you.

 

Here it is, comments/advice would be appreciated.

 

Thanks, John Lee

 

Whoops! Here's the photo:post-685-1126939223_thumb.jpg

 

Here's a picture of the base that I made for it:

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Since its not a reaper mini would you mind telling me where you got it so i may add it to my collection.

 

 

 

 

Death Jester :grr:

 

 

It is made by a company called Heresy miniatures, several online stores carry the line but I ordered mine from www.Fantization.com.

 

John Lee

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Thanks everybody for the kind words. I agree the base could be better. I painted this as a gift for a friend's birthday and after I finished it , it just screamed for something more. His b-day was in two days and I had no time to get supplies, so I used what I had on hand. I was going to recess the base into the cork, but there wasn't really any room. I did use a magnet to attach the two together so he wouldn't fall off.

 

I didn't have a proper lighting set up for the photo, so the picture was brightened up quite a bit with software. I hope to construct a light box soon.

 

Thanks again,

 

John Lee

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Great job with the mini and the base. My only suggestion would be that it would look even better without the plastic base on the mini. Excellent work!

 

I have to agree. There are ways to make mini bases where you can still remove the figure and not have to use the plastic base that came with the mini.

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