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This is a whole new ballgame for me.

I switched over to brush on primer, and had my socks blown off.

I didn't realize how much of a difference that primer would make in the crispness of the Mini's edges.

Its shocking how much detail is NOT covered over.  Makes me look at my former stuff and get a bit upset.

I'll just move forward on these.

 

I'm looking forward to painting this one, and see if I can capitalize on the crispness of the sculpt.

Going out on the edge :)

 

Here is the Queen Guenevere (Standing).

 

 

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glad to see you attempting the damsel in distress finally!   Those Knights need something to do.  :upside:

GUENEVERE

(spoken)

Sir Lionel!

(sung)

Do you recall the other night that I distinctly said you might

Serve as my escort at the next town fair?

Well, I'm afraid there's someone who I must invite in place of you

Someone who plainly is beyond compare

That Frenchman's power is more tremendous than I have e'er seen anywhere

And when a man is that tremendous

He, by right, should take me to the fair

 

SIR LIONEL

(spoken)

Your majesty, let me tilt with him and smite him!

Don't refuse me so abruptly, I implore!

Oh, give me the opportunity to fight him

And Gaul will be divided once more!

 

GUENEVERE

You'll bash and thrash him?

 

SIR LIONEL

I'll smash and mash him.

 

GUENEVERE

You'll give him trouble?

 

SIR LIONEL

He will be rubble.

 

GUENEVERE

A mighty whack?

 

SIR LIONEL

His skull will crack.

 

GUENEVERE

Well...

(sung)

Then you may take me to the fair

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I really love the gusto you go at the mini's.  Watching you post your wip's and see your progress helps motivate me, in a good way.

 

Oh, and yes I've found brush on primer helps me prepaint and get a feel for the mini.

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I really love the gusto you go at the mini's.  Watching you post your wip's and see your progress helps motivate me, in a good way.

 

Oh, and yes I've found brush on primer helps me prepaint and get a feel for the mini.

Thank You So Much Silvervane !!!!!!!!!!

I love the challenge of making something that is dull, hard, and grey, and turning it into a living thing.

I have friends that say that they are waiting for the miniature to step off its base and talk to them. :)

The highest complement I can imagine. 

Thank you for you kind words, and your work is also magical... lets spur each other on !

Jay Bows.

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Definitely brush-on primer became my favorite too!  Partly because I get a little carried away with the spray can trying to get everything covered!  :blush:

 

I'm looking forward to seeing whether it helps you level up with your painting.  ^_^

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Julie Andrews was incandescent, just incandescent as Guenevere. (My husband courted me playing show tunes from the Broadway plays he had seen growing up.)

 

I'm glad you like brush-on primer so. Good luck with the painting, moving forward!

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Wet Palette just cleansed, new paper soaking in boiling water.

Everything is coming together to begin anew.

 

Like Bilbo.. I love a new adventure !

LOL

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Julie Andrews was incandescent, just incandescent as Guenevere. (My husband courted me playing show tunes from the Broadway plays he had seen growing up.)

 

I'm glad you like brush-on primer so. Good luck with the painting, moving forward!

Hope he wasn't courting you with the tunes from Man Of La Mancha !  "I'm only thinking of him, I'm only thinking of him, In my body its well know, there is NOT One Selfish Bone"..ROFL.

I saw that play in its third week and almost croaked laughing.. !

I lived an hour from NYC, and had access to tickets cheap ! (or Free) !

Think Hair on Broadway, and a performance of Parabola were my favorite performances in NYC !

I was really blessed !

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Out of curiosity.. what time is it there?

It is 2123 (or 9:23 pm).

 

 

I usually picture you starting a new project in the AM with a fresh coffee or two.    Welcome to the night owl side of things.. 22:29 here!

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Out of curiosity.. what time is it there?

It is 2123 (or 9:23 pm).

 

 

I usually picture you starting a new project in the AM with a fresh coffee or two.    Welcome to the night owl side of things.. 22:29 here!

 

Prepping after waiting for two days for the primer, and matte varnish delivery.  Then cleanup of four miniatures.

So, now that I have cleaned, glued, primed, and decided on what order I am doing things, time to clean the desk,and get

ready to rock and roll.  Another ten minutes and I will have a cleaned out work area, refreshed and ready to go tomorrow.

:wow:

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