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So very much work to be done...I hate WIP stuff...

Alright friends! Off to bed for me seeing as how I have critically ill patients for whom to care in the morning. A parting pic of the continued effort on Betty.    Will work on a quick blend before

Some more progress on detailing Betty tonight by shading her metal darker with Dark Elf Skin glazes and other little touches here and there.    Used Muddy Brown to start picking out elements of Reyv

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three Red Box Games figures

I MUST NOT BE ABLE TO SEE THE PICS YOU POSTED BECAUSE OF MY FIREWALL/snark
Haha this from the king of painting one figure per decade!!!

 

You paint slower than..dare I say.....Buglips!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Besides, when have you known me to be good about posting 'in progress' work? I'm too lazy to do so and would rather keep painting!

 

The best I can do is text pictures from my iPhone as I work which I do with chaosscorpion. Message me a cell # and you're in the loop.

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I've been lazier about WIPs since I got my android phone. I upload them to dropbox using the share button and then download them to my pc later to crop and put back on dropbox to share here.

See, that sounds like too much work for me. I just want to paint. And paint. And paint some more. Then post pics of the final work. 

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I will attest to seeing pic's as he is rolling along; paint in Starbucks. Maybe I should take his snaps and load them to a wip page for him. I know that his focus is painting and being a biology dude probably makes the tech stuff harder for him to manipulate; unless of course its an I.V. drip pump, ventilator, pluse oximimeter, crash cart or other biotech gear.

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I will attest to seeing pic's as he is rolling along; paint in Starbucks. Maybe I should take his snaps and load them to a wip page for him. I know that his focus is painting and being a biology dude probably makes the tech stuff harder for him to manipulate; unless of course its an I.V. drip pump, ventilator, pluse oximimeter, crash cart or other biotech gear.

There's a line from the song 'All I Want' by A Day to Remember:

"I'm a safe bet like your life's staked on it for real.."

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I need to borrow the electron microscope that Schubert uses to paint eyes just to get some eyes on these RBG figures!!!

 

 

EDIT: I was actually able to put eyes on Shadowblade Reyviande which make sense to me. I can now RIP when I pass away some day.

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