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UBERCOOL! The Little Bard turned out SPLENDIDLY. He doesn't look like he'll be playing anything cheery, but he is BEAUTIFULLY painted, based, & possessing a definite character. OUTSTANDING WORK once more!

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Thanks for the likes, and comments !!

He was a fun paint, and I really did enjoy the basing quest.

I don't mind being cooped up inside when the weather is 98 degree's outside if I

have a magnificent, challenging mini to wrestle with.

 

Thanks for helping me paint and base better.

Jay

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He looks awesome; good work on him!

Thanks Chaoswolf;

I had a lot of fun and the basing was a real challenge.

Really struggled with the spiky fur...

But had lots of laughs also.

Thanks for you comment, !

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Lovely job! I love their miniatures :D he looks really good on that base as well, you really captured the atmosphere perfectly

Thanks Guildenstern;

The hardest part of doing these Anthropomorphic characters is catching the atmosphere.

You have to allow them to touch, or effect you to bring out their character.

The basing is the major challenge when you do these.. You have to make a statement with them.

The big thing with this one was he is so "DANG SMALL".. 25mm tall, and 25mm long isn't much to work with.

its like painting a quarter !!!

Your comment was greatly appreciated !

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Excellent job on the fur, and I am a huge fan of how lovely and colorful the figure turned out. Also love your backstory, very appropriate for the miniature.

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Excellent job on the fur, and I am a huge fan of how lovely and colorful the figure turned out. Also love your backstory, very appropriate for the miniature.

Thanks Jessie;

This has been a fun mini to paint.

Basing was a lot of fun also.

I kept on concentrating on "What is he singing"..

Sometime they just come together.

Thanks Again, Made me smile.

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