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I saw this on your blog before I saw it here... 

 

Congratulations on the amzaing feat you have attained.  You have improved greatly over the time you have been painting the bones and you did it in such a way that you didn't burn completely out on them.  I'm excited that you have shown it IS possible to paint all those minis.  I'm looking forward to more Bones once you return from your Bones painting hiatus. 

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I saw this on your blog before I saw it here... 

 

Congratulations on the amzaing feat you have attained.  You have improved greatly over the time you have been painting the bones and you did it in such a way that you didn't burn completely out on them.  I'm excited that you have shown it IS possible to paint all those minis.  I'm looking forward to more Bones once you return from your Bones painting hiatus. 

 

Thank you for your kind remarks about my accomplishment, Darkmeer!  

 

 

Congrats on painting Bones I !!!

 

Nice couple of giants!

 

Thank you,Xherman!

 

 

 

Congrats! That's a heck of an accomplishment!!  And the giants look good together. Well done!

 

Thanks, David!  I agree that they make a pretty good looking couple. :)

 

 

I really like the skin tone. Different and a nice contrast to the equipment.

 

Thank you, Peithetairos!   I wasn't sure how the skin was going to look when I started on it, so I have to say I was presently surprised at how effective it turned out. 

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Congratulation, very nice final piece to the whole set. Don't you want to take a picture of them all painted?

 

Your blog was always an inspiration for me, so I'm glad you will continue with Bones II & III in the future.

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Great job!

 

I like the nail gem you added to the sword; where would one find those? Michael's and other craft stores, or somewhere else?

 

Also, congrats on finishing that big box of figures! I've still got a long way to go on mine....

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Congratulation, very nice final piece to the whole set. Don't you want to take a picture of them all painted?

 

Your blog was always an inspiration for me, so I'm glad you will continue with Bones II & III in the future.

 

 

Thank you, Pampala!   I'm glad to hear you found my blog inspirational.   I don't know about the feasibility of photographing them all now...they've become somewhat spread out over several projects and boxes.  Finding them all would be quite a chore!  :)

 

Great job!

 

I like the nail gem you added to the sword; where would one find those? Michael's and other craft stores, or somewhere else?

 

Also, congrats on finishing that big box of figures! I've still got a long way to go on mine....

 

 

Thank you, Chaoswolf!    I got my nail art gems from the local Dollar Tree store.  More info here on my blog: http://allbonesabout.blogspot.com/2016/02/tiny-gems-for-miniatures.html  

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