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Well my project to paint all of my Castle Ravenloft miniatures finally came to an end this morning when I finished the Dracolich.


Now these are all speed painted to tabletop standard so nothing fancy. The basic technique was to paint the base colours, wash with black and then paint the highpoints back in the midtone, maybe add some highlights a shade or two higher. The only exception is the Dracolich, which is only slightly more detailed in painting with a bit more highlighting - most of its extra work is in the wings.


So here we go;



Closer Pictures;








Solo picture of the Dracolich;



If people want pictures of the individual models I'm happy to share those as well, but I figured we were already getting a little picture intensive.

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Heroes: I've only taken an individual shot of the Dragonborn Fighter.





I'll only provide a picture of 1 of each monster that I've taken a shot of, rather than doing everything and catching the few that are missing.







Note wraith mini has the hands and skull painted goblin green then a thin wash of an emerald green paint over the whole mini, then highlights were applied with goblin green again and it was done.









Like the Wraiths, the flaming skeletons have a wash of blue ink over their flames and then the bones were painted with a Brilliant Blue, then a pale blue (made by adding a little bit of Brilliant Blue to Pure White) then they were highlighted with Pure White.













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