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I struggle to get anything finished in half a month!

Oh I have that exact same problem when I blend properly... I often get one part blended (like the dress on the 7th Sea mini I have in the WIP forum) and then I stall out. (I actually have a mini I started painting 14 years ago now, its a 28mm orc...)

 

This is why (especially with the influx of minis I'm going to get in the next 8 months) I'm glad I found a technique for producing OK minis quickly.

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