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bones III Minotaur Skeleton

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The bone was a base of woodland brown which I dry-brushed (again and again)  linen white and then peppermint white. For the armor I used Citadels Stormhost Silver and washed it with P3's armor wash.

 

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One of the minis im most excited to paint from bones 3 and you did a fantastic job! I like the armor and spine the most.

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Good work on him/it!

 

The armor looks very good the way you painted it; something to think about for future projects might be to rust it up a little bit.

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