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Really nice work. I especially love the blue on the elf's cloak, and your leathers are just awesome (whoo! Brown is awesome!).

 

I look forward to the dio of which you speak.

 

My only nit is the snow on the norsedude's base (Ingvar? I'm not on a first-name basis with all of Tre's pieces...): it looks very clean, but it's clear it's been cleared from the space he's standing in. A little bit of mud would go a long way toward selling the environment, IMO. Just some dark brown washed up from the base of the snow clumps would do it, I think.

 

...and I have a pile of TreGobbos that need paint. I should do that...(and yes, I'll at least mention them in the group WiP...but you can tell by clicking the links in my sig just how good I am at keeping up with WiPs...)

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I love how each figure has it's own palette makes them very memorable and unique. Great work on these Aaron!

Thanks Tre, they're a pleasure to work on. I've got a slightly different take on painting figures, unbeknownst to me, which I've done a semi-thorough work up on in the WIP thread (featuring Grim Garrett). My methodology lets me set a color mood which is unique to each.

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Love the Knight in pic two. You took a ho hum figure to a very interesting one that i may buy

He's a lot of fun to paint like other Red Box figures because of the additions that Tre puts on the figures; bedrolls, pouches, waterskins, backpacks, and they're each individualized to that figures' flavor. 

 

I think at ReaperCon I'm going to bring all of the brigands from KS #5 and paint them up in tandem. Each with their own flavor and personality.

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Love the Knight in pic two. You took a ho hum figure to a very interesting one that i may buy

He's a lot of fun to paint like other Red Box figures because of the additions that Tre puts on the figures; bedrolls, pouches, waterskins, backpacks, and they're each individualized to that figures' flavor. 

 

I think at ReaperCon I'm going to bring all of the brigands from KS #5 and paint them up in tandem. Each with their own flavor and personality.

 

What did you use to base this one

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