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excellent work on the boar. You are off to a great start. I've painted many a mini with those Americana paints, but I won't say any of them came out so well as this.

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Great work on the boar. Look forward to seeing more of your stuff. Also the Reaper Packaging team are like the rockstars of the shipping world. True story.

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Nice work on the boar! (And if your avatar is a photo of you, nice work on the Rikku cosplay.) Welcome to your new addiction the forums!

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Whalp, now I know what I'm telling my beau to get me for Christmas... :P You are SUPER lucky! 

 

That boar looks hella sweet all the way around (I love him in the top-view. DRAMATIC!) Absolutely A+ color choices. 

 

As I too have just begun my mini-journey, I'm exceptionally invested in watching your progress! :D 

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Love your avatar.

 

Good looking boar, too! Fur looks verrah nize, and MonkeySloth is right, that's harder than you'd expect.

 

I also like the base on him; a lot of people tend to go overboard with the flock, but you've done some nice work in showing restraint. If you get some bases to put these minis on you can have a lot of fun with the environment, but it's good not to crowd the mini.

 

I do think his tongue is a bit bright...animal mouths tend not to be quite so RED, maybe more of a brown-red or even purply-brown would look more realistic. That said, the bright color does draw the eye to the face, which is usually what you want.

 

Cool stuff! Have fun and post more!

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Nice work on the boar. That's some fine fur which isn't as easy as you'd suspect.

 

just 30?  :huh:

 

She meant 20.

Because goblin math.

 

The boar reminds me of the 'how to' for painting the giant rat in the original learn to paint kit, it looks good.

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What a BOARing post! Excellent job and you'll definitely progress going through those minis! I think I'm on mini.... 20 or so. At any rate, can't wait to see what you accomplish! Make sure to post your barbarian girl because I've got a barbarianesque girl I'm painting up for my "Year of the Giants" diorama.

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