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I love your style OD! Your pallete and technique are way cool. I've never seen those mini's before, where did you get them? Did you sculpt them too?


Thanks. They're from a game called Super Dungeon Explore which is published by Sodapop Miniatures and CoolMiniorNot. The game has a sort of Hero Quest feel to it- and their expansions have very clear homages to older videogames (they have a Link and a bunch of Koopa Troopers).


i think i may try the braveheart thing with my pathfinder barbarian. do you mind if i borrow this paint scheme?


About the time I painted her, I started thinking that she's kind of a chibi version of the Pathfinder Barbarian (I think it is mostly the hair that does that for me). I don't mind at all, and I think she'll look great.

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