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Alice; he's going to paint another Frog !


Yep, I was given the Frog Prince as a Christmas Present, and was reminded that

I haven't painted it yet.  I am working on removing mold lines on several other miniatures (wait till the full moon;

and we all can howl together about "moooooooooooouuuuuuuuuuuuulllllllllllldddddddddddddddddd Liiiiinnnnnneesssss").


So here is the Dark Sword Frog Prince, de-mold-lined and washed.

Needs to be primed at this stage.




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He finally dried and I gave him a coating of brush on Primer.

I really enjoy using the brush on primer, as apposed to the spray typle.

There is no loss of detail with a brush on, and you have control of where it goes very nicely.

I have begun to only use gray.  I used to use only black, and now I like the neutrality of the Gray.

So here are two photos (Fore and Aft) for the sailor's amongst us.





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That is an UBERCOOL mini...have FUN with the painting et al!

It occurred to me that the Frog series would make an interesting Mordheim Lizard Guy proxy War Band. I've got to check out the rest of the Frog Folk...thanks for the idea.

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I have painted a good pile of these Froggies, I was given three for Christmas.(The Frog Prince, The Frog Wizard, and another Bishop).

I have posted the finished ones in the Show Off Forum  (the Frog King, Frog Queen, Frog Bishop, and the Frog Grim Reaper).

They are a hoot to paint !

Just give in to the laughter, cause you'll hurt yourself if you don't.

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ROFL Sanael;

(You Might be Right)....


Someone in the News broadcast the word "SNOW"....and the state has now gone into panic mode.

Its going to be less than an inch, but before the first flake hits the ground, every FLAKE in N.J. gets behind the

wheel, and they are NOW emptying out every super market shelf of eggs, milk, bread, and cheese..(and there is a run on the beer stores also).


That said.. I; of course; left my car in the driveway, and broke out my brushes and paints.

Seems these Frog Royals are pretty "spiffy" dressers.  The Prince has taken lessons from the King.


Here is some base coating going on.  Nothing fancy yet !





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