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Princely Frog -DSM-7906

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Prince Amphibias had little to recommend him as heir to the throne.  He was selected because he was the first tadpole

from the Royal Spawn that lost his tadpole tail, and leaped from the pond.  The remaining tadpoles were released into the stream;

where they were promptly consumed by a waiting large mouth Bass.  There is NO competition for the Royal Titles in Froggy-Dom.

Needless to say, His Royal Highness promptly adapted himself to his Father's Sartorial Style. 

 

Yes, I have laughed myself silly while doing this Frog Prince.

I can't tell if it is a "groaner" or a "Macabre exercise" in painting !

 

Here is the Prince:

As Always C & C are solicited and appreciated !

I kept his base so it would match the earlier frogs that I have painted.

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Very nice frog Jason ;) master of the slightly odd ;)

ROFL.. "Mast of the slightly Odd"..

Cracked me up !!!!!!!!!!!!!

I choose my miniatures for what they are going to teach me at this stage.

I am sure that in time I will choose a mini to showcase what I can do eventually.

RIght now, its what will it learn me :)

Thanks for the laugh Limey72

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Thanks Gang;

I recommend to anyone to do these frogs.

You can paint them the wildest color combination you can imagine, and they

just get funnier and funnier to do. After the pink leggings, doing the purple and orange

slits in the "Pants" had me howling.  There is so much opportunity to put character

into them, and just play.

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Yay! I love him.

 

The yellow hat is spectacular. And his capelet is really beautifully painted.

 

Mine will be somewhat more somber...yours looks like not only you, but he had so much fun!

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As always, you continue to improve so quickly. the finish on him is a bit shiny and could use some matte coat Imo. Otherwise, just keep working on smooth blends and high contrast. This is your best yet.

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I recommend to anyone to do these frogs.

I bet it would be a lot of fun! A couple years ago I wasn't at all into DSM's anthro line, but they've really grown on me.

 

I did do the highland yorkie as part of the wedding gift for a friend (with the Reaper pirate king & queen).

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As always, you continue to improve so quickly. the finish on him is a bit shiny and could use some matte coat Imo. Otherwise, just keep working on smooth blends and high contrast. This is your best yet.

I had a blast Sanael !

Looking forward to seeing what you did with your prince also !

The yellow hat just got me giggling, the highlights are lemon - yellow..teeheeeee.

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As always, you continue to improve so quickly. the finish on him is a bit shiny and could use some matte coat Imo. Otherwise, just keep working on smooth blends and high contrast. This is your best yet.

 

Thanks Donfear !

I have to put a matte finish on my miniatures I've painted, so that should calm things down a bit.

I finally got a large container of matte the other day.

(took a bit to recognize that I needed to preserve the paintjobs on these, even though they

are in a case).

 

I recommend to anyone to do these frogs.

I bet it would be a lot of fun! A couple years ago I wasn't at all into DSM's anthro line, but they've really grown on me.

 

I did do the highland yorkie as part of the wedding gift for a friend (with the Reaper pirate king & queen).

 

I totally enjoyed doing this.  I select my mini's now based on what they can teach me in many ways.

I haven't dared to a yorkie (but Richard The LION hearted" from DSM did cause me to think..Oh Yeah !

LOL

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