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Dain Deepaxe, Duke gerard, Human Fighter

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Having now finished my Kaladrax Reborn, I realised there were a few other miniatures I have painted recently that I have not gotten around to posting on the forums!  Well, here they are,  First up is the human fighter from the dragons don't share.  This one was fun to paint, and I painted the shield freehand in what I thought was a very knightly style, quartered with a hawk/phoenix emblem in gold.  Next is the bones version of Duke Gerard.  He was more challenging, due to my decision to try and paint him in white armour with black detailing, again, the cross emblem on his shield was done freehand.  And last but not least is Dain Deepaxe, The way I painted him was fairly typical, but I think he has come out well.

 

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As far as I can see, they look nice.

 

But better pics would be great, these are a bit dark.

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