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My first show-off in a long while, but I received from minis from my pledge to Stonehaven Miniatures kickstarter project and got a few of them painted up over the last 3 days! The troll is my absolute favorite, cast in resin and completely awesome.

 

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Dwarven Tombstone

 

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Bloodknuckle Grymm, Dwarven Berserker

 

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Troll

 

Sorry for the cell phone photography, but I'm moving around my painting and picture taking station, so most of my stuff it out of sorts, on top of a burnt out bulb in my lighting setup.

 

Anyway, here you go ::D:

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They all look great! The berserker is my favorite of your 3, and the base on the tombstone was a nice touch. I got my Stonehaven dwarves too and look forward to painting them up.

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Thanks! I considered putting it on a dirt flocked base, but then thought about it and it sounded cool that dwarves would bury their dead in the deep places, kept safe beneath their signature stonework :;):

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Aargh!!! Everyone has received their Stonehaven Dwarves and Trolls but me! :(

 

Seriously nice work on all 3 pieces. That's the first of their trolls I've seen painted up and the job you did on it really is really nice. My favourite of the three.

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:lol: Yup, those are my cheap-o paints! I now have 3 bottles of Vallejo, though, and I'm slowly working up a collection. I have black, white, and dark flesh in Vallejo, now. When I use those colors, I can very easily see why having better paint can help. No more globbing on thick blobs of paint just to be able to see it/have it release from the brush easily ::D:

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I finished a few more of these awesome Stonehaven minis!

 

Dwarven Miner

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This pic is terrible, but it shows the bit of freehand I did on the back of his shirt. I'm actually quite proud of the dwarven letters there ::D:

 

Little Dwarf Girl

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Dwarven Bard

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That bard is spot-on! Nicely done on him; really clean and bold. And now I'm sad I don't have the wee dwarven lass; she's a great mini.

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Thank you! The bard is something I'm terribly proud of. When I finished with him, I could honestly say he was some of my better work. I decided on lots of colors to play up the bard aspect of being attention seekers. Plus, colorful leather!

 

The little girl dwarf is so cute. The thing in her hands are little knitting needles and around her side is a pouch full of yarn balls. I painted her up as a gift for my niece, Addyson, so I gave her the same hair color and eye color, as well as putting a little golden A on the shoulder-bag of yarn.

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Yes! I have a plan for him as well. He is going to rest under the foot of the Bones cloud giantess when she arrives, being crushed by the ball of her elegant foot and toes. :devil:

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