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Holy toledo!

 

I couldn't paint eyes that well on an owlbear, let alone that teeny tiny thing!

 

very impressive and adorable

 

i want one as a pet

 

might need to get a familiar ;)

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Adorable indeed. ^_^

 Thanks!  

Wonderful work on such a teeny tiny mini!

  Thanks, glad you like him

Holy toledo!

 

I couldn't paint eyes that well on an owlbear, let alone that teeny tiny thing!

 

very impressive and adorable

 

i want one as a pet

 

might need to get a familiar ;)

Thank you! You could absolutely paint his eyes, they are huge compared to what we normally paint. And I can cheat by using a micron ink pen for the black dots. ;-)   

Awesome!

 

Love it, so tiny and still so much detail!

 

Well done!

Thank! It's a great sculpt. Bomshell minis are fantastic  

Lovely job, it's so cute!

Thank you very much!
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Well done! The detail is great.

 

How do you paint with such control on such a small figure?  :blink:  I think I'd need to break out the magnifying lamp and the micro-brushes.

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Well done! The detail is great.

 

How do you paint with such control on such a small figure? :blink: I think I'd need to break out the magnifying lamp and the micro-brushes.

Thank you very much! A very good brush with a very fine tip. I use Raphael 8408, 8404 size 1 or rosemary and co size 1. No need for a micro brush if you have a good brush. And lots of practice. Edited by tiniest rhombus
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Well done! The detail is great.

 

How do you paint with such control on such a small figure? :blink: I think I'd need to break out the magnifying lamp and the micro-brushes.

Thank you very much! A very good brush with a very fine tip. I use Raphael 8408, 8404 size 1 or rosemary and co size 1. No need for a micro brush if you have a good brush. And lots of practice.

 

 

Yes, it's the "lots of practice" which is harder to come by. :lol:

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Well done! The detail is great.

How do you paint with such control on such a small figure? :blink: I think I'd need to break out the magnifying lamp and the micro-brushes.

 

Thank you very much! A very good brush with a very fine tip. I use Raphael 8408, 8404 size 1 or rosemary and co size 1. No need for a micro brush if you have a good brush. And lots of practice.

 

Yes, it's the "lots of practice" which is harder to come by. :lol:

Yep, that can be tough. Adulting gets in the way a lot. Stoopid bills and the people who want them paid.
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