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Belatos (Tolan, Male Druid - Reaper 02692)

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Here's the super quick speed paint I did for my D&D buddy tonight, about 3 hours start to finish.

 

For the purposes of our D&D game, this is Belatos the Aasimar Druid.

 

Figure:

Tolan, Male Druid - Reaper SKU #02692

Sculptor: Sandra Garrity

 

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C&C welcomed and appreciated! Thanks for looking ::D:

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He looks great for a speed paint. One small critique though, I think his face blends in a little too much with all that brown. But he is a quick, tabletop for gaming, so it is no big deal.

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He looks great for a speed paint. One small critique though, I think his face blends in a little too much with all that brown. But he is a quick, tabletop for gaming, so it is no big deal.

Thanks!

 

Yeah, I noticed that too, but I'm just going with the color scheme I was given and it's a speed paint that he's paying me $15 for lol.

 

ETA: I'll take better pics tomorrow after I hit him with matte sealer and set up my photo booth.

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Thanks, everyone!

 

I really should do more speed paints ... Usually my OCD kicks in for these, but if I can push it aside and let myself speed-paint, I probably could churn out 4-5 of these a month.

 

I have a rather large number of Bones that could use a speed paint if you're free...

 

But seriously, great job!

Haha! I have a very large number I should do for myself! Edited by ub3r_n3rd
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Looks Terrific !

The green is really well done, and that blue in the bed roll really makes a nice

contrast.  This is really well balance Ub3r, it makes your eye go over the whole mini !

Fantastic Job !

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Better pics incoming in a few.

A Few What?

 

Days?

Weeks?

 

Eons?

 

:poke:

Already edited original post to put in my better pics :;):

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Better pics incoming in a few.

A Few What?

 

Days?

Weeks?

 

Eons?

 

:poke:

Already edited original post to put in my better pics :;):

 

That's Cheating!

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Getting a mini finished in a day is my version of speed painting! In only 3 hours, mine would look craptastic! Nicely done!

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