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So, in the August painting goals, I noted I had entered 5 miniatures into a contest.  In fact, it was the Golden Hat over at Chaos Dwarfs Online (CDO for short). 


Here are my originals that I entered into the Golden Hat. 


and back


Eventually I'll get better at photography.  A multi-year struggle is what it appears to be, although the summer months seem to be more kind to me...


These were painted in 2 weeks (normally such work takes a week or so per figure), but I read the contest late and pushed myself to paint faster.  I may yet go back and touch them up, but I'll call them mid-low tabletop and be happy right now.


C&C welcome, as always.



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No Dullcoat, but here are the individual shots:


I'll say that these are not the best models I've painted in a while.  But they are far from the worst.








Musician (note, I broke the hilt of his sword off, the resin is very brittle):






Raised Bull Shield (best picture I could get of him was the most important, but no front views came out):






Anvil Shield Guy:







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