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They are a SPLENDID if somewhat motley Crew of Bold Adventurers. VERY NICELY DONE!

I have noticed that there is a strange change that comes over miniatures painted for & used as Player Characters. Something of the player's persona colors the image of the miniature making it more than it at first appeared. By the end of the campaign these will be wondrous creations wrapped in memories to cherish forever...not bad for a quick brush up.

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They are a SPLENDID if somewhat motley Crew of Bold Adventurers. VERY NICELY DONE!

I have noticed that there is a strange change that comes over miniatures painted for & used as Player Characters. Something of the player's persona colors the image of the miniature making it more than it at first appeared. By the end of the campaign these will be wondrous creations wrapped in memories to cherish forever...not bad for a quick brush up.

Nice job! Hope they don't run into to may traps!!!!

 

I noticed this as well, figures used as PCs, especially ones that the player chose the color scheme, tend not to be re used as other pcs, especially after a long campaign. I actually have a small glassed in display case for these types of minis....

 

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George

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Fantastic. I do the same for my players. I give them the reaper site after they create the characters and let them choose the mini and color scheme. Then I paint them up. ...Some players tend to cost me more as the campaign goes on.....lol.

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