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May I be the first to congratulate you on a job well done.   Your basing skills are improving as well, and I like the touch of the Apple by his feet.  It adds some interest to the overall mini.

 

I also like how you have done his spell book and chain around his waist and the blend of colors on the cloak and hat are quite smooth.

 

OF COURSE!  I must also speak out and offer congrats on the risky choice of Orange for his skintone (not that I am partial to that color... no not at all)!

 

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Love your frogs Jay! You've done a great job on this orange guy, but I have to wonder what on earth he's going to do with that lighted hand grenade! Excellent job my friend!

Its actually a Godiva Candy Bomb.

When the grenade goes off it will explode into chocolate candy drops,

and cover a thirty foot circle.  :)

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May I be the first to congratulate you on a job well done.   Your basing skills are improving as well, and I like the touch of the Apple by his feet.  It adds some interest to the overall mini.

 

I also like how you have done his spell book and chain around his waist and the blend of colors on the cloak and hat are quite smooth.

 

OF COURSE!  I must also speak out and offer congrats on the risky choice of Orange for his skintone (not that I am partial to that color... no not at all)!

 

:devil:

Thanks robinh;

I think it is because of you that I'm not overly concerned about using Orange any more..ROFL.

It helps to take your time, and build up the layers :)

Your support has been greatly appreciated !

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Awesome job, Jay!!!

Thanks Ub3r;

I also used some of those Birch Seeds on the base.

(I've located a pile of tree's, I'm waiting for them to produce their catkins)

so I can harvest a pile of them for future use.  Want to experiment in coloring

them for different effect.

 

Ha! I really need to pick up some of these, they are hilarious.I love your colors for him, he looks like a tomato frog. Excellent job on the robes, very nice indeed.

Glad you enjoy the Wizard.  I enjoy the frog series for what they have provided me to learn.

They're complex, and lots of fiddly bits.  They require a lot of blending, and brush control.

Most of the miniatures I have painted have been chosen in levels of complexity, or

things to overcome.  The Frogs just make me laugh.

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