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Good to see these getting some paint! I'm (very slowly) working through mine... weirdly, those were the first four I painted too!  ^_^

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Nice looking war band.   I have mine in the works (slowly) as well.

Good to see these getting some paint! I'm (very slowly) working through mine... weirdly, those were the first four I painted too!  ^_^

indeed the warrior Hare was my first and the warrior mouse is to be the second one in my queue.

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Thanks, everyone!  I appreciate the positive feedback.  I know at least half the people who post here could paint circles around me (literally and figuratively), but I think I'm rapidly approaching mediocrity  :=)

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Thanks, everyone!  I appreciate the positive feedback.  I know at least half the people who post here could paint circles around me (literally and figuratively), but I think I'm rapidly approaching mediocrity  :=)

 

Don't sell yourself short, these are great.

 

If I might give one suggestion, do something with the bases. a bit of flock or sand or whatever terrain you prefer..it will make them stand out even more.

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Thanks for the positive feedback.  I definitely feel inferior to so many of the talented painters on this forum, but I'm getting better with each project I take on.

I'd like to start doing things with bases, but I've not gotten that brave just yet. 

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Thanks for the positive feedback.  I definitely feel inferior to so many of the talented painters on this forum, but I'm getting better with each project I take on.

I'd like to start doing things with bases, but I've not gotten that brave just yet. 

That's the spirit.  Xherman has a great 1st step.  That is what I did to get my feet wet in the basing world.  Just pick a base of appropriate size.  Glue figure to base.  Then glue sand or flock.  On the plus side for flock no coloring needed.  Then move on to combining the 2 when comfortable with previous step.  That is all I have been doing.  Learn a new method, practice it on several mini's.  Then learn new one.....

 

And most important have fun.  You'll improve faster that way.

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