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Here is the famous scene from Hamlet, reenacted by a vulture.
Painting it was a bit weird: I started with a completely different color scheme in mind (cool whites, blues, gold), but somehow the mini wouldn't let me and I ended up with this version. I am happy with it, though.
I am here to learn, so c&c is very welcome! Especially the second c!
(Sorry for the picture quality, I don't have access to a good camera right now, is's just my phone).
A couple of critters from my Thanksgiving pain binge challenge. I tried to give the hellhound ash grey skin to reflect the fiery nature of the beast. Haven't done much with the base, not sure if I want to put him on a cavalry base for game play or leave him as is for easier storage.
I wanted the blood wolf to have a reddish brown coat, befitting his name. His undercoat is brown liner and dark grey. Not sure why he has six legs, other than it obviously marks him as a special encounter of some sort. Again, didn't do much to the base, it's good enough for table play and might get a cav base in the future.
Not exciting, but painted!
I painted Ingrid over during the paint binge weekend this past Thanksgiving. She was sitting in a drawer primed and base coated for at least a few months, so I pulled her out and finished her up. I need to get more practice doing gems; that's supposed to be a ruby in her hand, not a freshly removed heart. Although I suppose it could be....
Please let me know what you think.
Another figure I primed and base coated some time ago that I decided to finally finish painting during the Thanksgiving paint binge.I tried to go for a subtle camouflage effect on her cloak by wet blending several different greens on it. She's done for tabletop, like most of what I paint. Please let me know what you think.
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