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Blood-maw painted with washes and glazes


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I love this piece. I've got several questions for you, if you dont mind. First, how long would you estimate the overall paint time took? And did you wait long between applying washes? Finally, how do you hold it? I don't see any kind of cork/spindle/contraption, so are you just holding the mini itself? I've found that when I work with glazes and washes only, I end up messing up the paint even with something else to hold the mini just from accidentally bumping it...

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I love this piece. I've got several questions for you, if you dont mind. First, how long would you estimate the overall paint time took? And did you wait long between applying washes? Finally, how do you hold it? I don't see any kind of cork/spindle/contraption, so are you just holding the mini itself? I've found that when I work with glazes and washes only, I end up messing up the paint even with something else to hold the mini just from accidentally bumping it...

 

thanks! So overall, this was about 5-6 hours, including time to build. Washes can take minutes to hours, depending on the thickness and the temperature and humidity. It really depends on what you are applying and where. I just held onto this one by the section not being painted. I tend to apply washes and glazes to sections and then lay the figure down so those sections are "up" so the wash settles down into the figure and does not run down its legs onto the base.

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