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Originally she was just a test case for OSL off the lantern and spear blade. I then tried using some interference paints to see if they'd work better, and, well... they took over the piece. So dynamic lighting yes, OSL not really.

 

But it's interesting how with interference paints, you can paint highlights that only show up when light strikes them from a specific angle, usually roughly back towards the light source, which for minis, tends to be just above the viewing position.

 

Also of note, my camera was going insane trying to photograph this. I don't think it likes light reflecting off the mica straight into the sensor.

 

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