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I'll just say  Yay it is great to be back.  I thought that I would never get to paint again.  Start, stop, Illness, has been a nasty pattern going on.

I finally (knock knock) got the bugs knocked away.  I thought he was finished weeks ago, I was wrong and finally I came to a conclusion after

I redid his base.  So he's done.  Like the rock base he has on him, and the the little accent marks.  Friends have been picking him up and asking

where I got the patience from...I've just been laughing.

So after a great deal of time, Here is the Mouse Bard.

Let me know what your thought.








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AHHH! I got excited when I saw your name pop up on the recent posts Mr. Jason! 


This miniatures looks like he is ready for adventure! Well done on this one kind sir. ::):

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On 3/31/2017 at 4:51 PM, Xherman1964 said:

Great job Jasonator!


He looks dandy!

LOL... Now that I am recovered, I'll start getting back into the painting.

Like some of the colors I contrasted. 

When I am sick, NOTHING makes me happy !

Thanks for for your input.

On 3/31/2017 at 5:30 PM, Arc 724 said:

AHHH! I got excited when I saw your name pop up on the recent posts Mr. Jason! 


This miniatures looks like he is ready for adventure! Well done on this one kind sir. ::):

He's been on my table almost a block, I would do something, and forgot what I had planned for him.

Glad you like where I eventually got !



On 4/2/2017 at 10:59 AM, Chaoswolf said:

Very good work on him!


I'm also glad to hear that you're feeling better.

The feeling better is major importance.

All the changes going on, plus illness, really made this one a hard one to do;

then throw in slow motion painting!

Thinks will pick up slowly.

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