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I didn't intend to finish Percevale today; but it just turned out that way.

I had one disaster occur where he fell off his mounting clip, and smashed to the floor beneath

my desk, once that happened; I mounted him on the supplied base he came with.

I used coffee grounds, sand, and some flock to make the base.

So here is Sir Percevale.

Made a modification to the base.

A row of planting on the left made it better !

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I modified the base a bit.

Thought that it needed a lot more foliage on the left side.

Looks good to me.

Grounded it better in my thinking.

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The shield especially looks nice.  ^_^

Thanks Little Bluberry;

Working on this small scale is really a challenge, but I look at it as training for the

regular size mini's from Reaper.  These 28mm miniatures are teaching me control, color balance, and

composition.  At this small scale, anything that doesn't fit, is very very obvious.

These are quite the challenge.

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A challenge that you meet and exceed wonderfully every time!

Thank you so very much Guindyloo !

What a beautiful compliment.

I love doing this, and I hope that I contribute to others enjoyment in working on these.

After years and years working as a computer scientist, analyst, to see results every time I pick up a brush

is soooooooooooooo rewarding to me.  It also is a gift to be able to bring so many sculptors work to life with

a few brush strokes of color.

Thank you for your support, and kind words.

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A challenge that you meet and exceed wonderfully every time!

Thank you so very much Guindyloo !

What a beautiful compliment.

I love doing this, and I hope that I contribute to others enjoyment in working on these.

After years and years working as a computer scientist, analyst, to see results every time I pick up a brush

is soooooooooooooo rewarding to me.  It also is a gift to be able to bring so many sculptors work to life with

a few brush strokes of color.

Thank you for your support, and kind words.

 

No need to hope that you do - you absolutely do! Your endless positivity and encouraging spirit are a breath of fresh air. The joy that you take in your work truly shows in it!  

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A challenge that you meet and exceed wonderfully every time!

Thank you so very much Guindyloo !

What a beautiful compliment.

I love doing this, and I hope that I contribute to others enjoyment in working on these.

After years and years working as a computer scientist, analyst, to see results every time I pick up a brush

is soooooooooooooo rewarding to me.  It also is a gift to be able to bring so many sculptors work to life with

a few brush strokes of color.

Thank you for your support, and kind words.

 

No need to hope that you do - you absolutely do! Your endless positivity and encouraging spirit are a breath of fresh air. The joy that you take in your work truly shows in it!  

 

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