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Did some work tonight during Dungeons and Dragons, again my photos are not so hot but I did some pretty good work tonight. Particularly happy of Red Meghan's face, but I couldn't get a good photo of it so you'll just have to trust me and the bad angle shots.


Just worked on Ullir's skin and face, and Red Meghan's face this evening. 







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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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Forgot to take photos after I finished taking down the paint station cat enticement station, I think that I finalized Ullir's skin, maybe I'm sure I might decide to do more and mess up (I'm at that stage of the skin). Also did preliminary shading and highlighting on his pants, and painted his belt and bracers. I used harvest brown on his bracers/belt, and I'm not sure if it was the right choice. I have a lot of problems with that paint color, sometimes it works great, other times I struggle with it, hopefully it's just a minor struggle and I'll get it how I like. 


I put more layers of palomino gold for Meghan's padded/quilted armor, and also painted her gloves harvest brown, with the same concerns as noted above. Also hopefully smoothed out the skin even more on her face. I think that part of her is done and I'm real happy with it, or I am the moment. It's possible when I look at it tomorrow I'll not like it. Also painted her leggings with dark elf shadow. As it goes with miniature painting anyway. I'm waiting on a secret weapon order, but I've got a really good idea for a base for her and a broken Doric column. 

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I did some work this afternoon while my girlfriend was working.


I managed to get some super close ups which make everything look like garbage but that's the best I'm able to do with the tool I have (work iPhone)


One of the things I liked about the close ups, I think you can  really see the nice work I did on Meghan's face.


Work I did today:


Put down the metals on both miniatures (mostly because I just wanted to frame the face of Meghan)


Shaded the fur, leather apron, bags, belt, booties, and cuffs of our barbarian, blended his pants a little better (more work needed)


Did my initial shade on Meghan's quilted armor, gloves, and booties, very, VERY carefully painted and shaded down her chin strap.








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Sheesh, guy takes a day off to see his team lose in tragic fashion in the Superbowl and the thread drops to the second page. Some group WIP  :upside:


Just riffin' 


Here is my latest progress. I did shading and reclaiming highlights on Meghan's armor, and Ullir's hammer, and torcs. Spotted some spots where  I need to bring back his skin level because my shading got a little sloppy. The important thing, no metal flakes where they aren't supposed to be (except one of Meghan's bags). Also I just realized I need to paint Ullir's nipples. 


Thanks for looking!






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I always Thought Ullr was a red head ... but he looks good in blond too.


Just wait til you see what I have planned for him...


Me, too! If I hadn't just done a shirtless RBG barbarian recently, Ullr would be on the workbench right now. But I do have the beginnings of his planning started (I email myself ideas and keep a log of them over time).
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Ub3r, you did give me some RBG minis right? If so, I might jump in here.


I mean, I have a bunch of nice minis out of my trip, but I don't know the names for half of them :)


YES! I gave you a few  ::P:


Do it!! I think I even labeled (marked in permanent black marker) the RBG figures.

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