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Looks good, like the colors. Base when you want to, only you will feel the burn.

 

Re: shiny - I'm not sure, but I know that I've experienced it myself. I think that the particulates must be so fine that they fill the gaps from previous layers...at least that's my thought.

 

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I think you nailed it!

 

He looks awesome.

 

Thanks Herman! I've been searching through the rest of my miniatures to find a next candidate.. Can't decide which it should be.. I think I let my girlfriend pick one later tonight

 

Looks good, like the colors. Base when you want to, only you will feel the burn.

 

Re: shiny - I'm not sure, but I know that I've experienced it myself. I think that the particulates must be so fine that they fill the gaps from previous layers...at least that's my thought.

 

Loth

 

Thanks, that does actually sound plausible. I don't want to ruin the mini with a dull coat so I think I will leave it like this.

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Thanks everyone!

 

I have 2 and a half new miniatures on my desk, picked by my girlfriend last night.

03492 Autumn Bronzeleaf Wizard and the 60147 pathfinder Druid and familiar are what I will be working on the coming week ::):

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There seems to be something about the nature of Bones themselves that paints come out a little more shiny on them.

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