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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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I don't which ones you have available to you Willen, but I would like to see you tackle a RBG mini after your work on a Reaper figure by the same sculptor ( that half elf for your exchange with Uber). I think that your paint style would lend itself well to RBG miniatures


Well, as a break from scifi (and because having something odd to work on the desk is good too) I will pick them up yesterday, snap a shot of them, and you guys can help me chose a mini.


Between Zombicide (for tabletop), Infinity (gaming but super detailed), I don't have a medieval-themed fine mini to paint ATM.

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These are the minis so generously gifted to me by ub3r.





Now, I have a confession to make: I am honestly against the idea of someone wearing a helmet and no torso armor. It's like... a chainmail bikini!


I am pretty sure I have some warhammer bearded human heads I once picked up for a conversion... if I find them and they are the right size, I might use one of those instead. Would that be ok?


And damn on you guys, now I have a little vignette with a frost-bitten barbarian, a skeleton and zombie hands bursting from the ground!  :devil:


Which mini do you want me to paint? I am leaning towards the left-most one in the first pic for the dio (no, no the bombshell babe...)

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Feeling pretty good about Ullir, though you can tell that I start to hit a wall with really going all out after I did probably the best pale skin I've done. But that happens all too often with miniatures I paint, I really focus on one thing with a miniature, and then just kind of push everything else across the finish line. It takes a really good idea for me to keep the pace up for all aspects of a mini with work and life demands.


Anyway, enough blabber, Ullir is done (waiting for some stuff to arrive to base him), Red Meghan is like 95% done.






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Here are the two I've started working on. Tradkarl and Urrl.


Tradkarl - I just love this figure, he's a beast of a man, I think I'm going to paint him up as a druid, he has that look to me of a "Grizzly Adams" and would probably be cool to turn into a bear or have a bear companion.






Urrl, I'm going completely different from what everyone else is doing with him, what I mean by this is that I'm going to try my hand at African skin tones (for only the 2nd time). 






More soon!



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I have a problem. 


As I said, I don't like the helmets, and they look like a tad small on top of a looong neck.


But the replacement head I have is a bit large.




Sorry for the blurry pic.


From some angles he is ok (like, from the back and side). It makes him look like a scrawny wiry guy and not a mass of muscles (the sculpt is not a mass of muscles, anyway). 


The problem is that I like it enough that I will glue, sculpt the back hair again for integration, and prime it... and then decide if it's too much.  :blush:

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