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TBM-3022 Sir Tristan (mounted and afoot)

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Red on white is a daring choice (mostly because any mistake would stand out so much!) but you pulled it off.  Kudos for tackling a white horse, they are a tricky beast to paint.

 

Nice to see you painting again, I was just thinking the other day that I hadn't seen you around much lately.  ^_^

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It is WONDERFUL seeing you painting again. That is a factor in making your BEAUTIFUL creation all the more special.

Tom Meier's stuff is tiny & not all that easy to get a pleasing result. You have pulled it off SPLENDIDLYOUTSTANDING WORK!

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That horse is so fast he's knocking basing material right off his base!

 

Great paint job on some traditional heraldric colors.

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On 6/19/2017 at 0:59 PM, LittleBluberry said:

Red on white is a daring choice (mostly because any mistake would stand out so much!) but you pulled it off.  Kudos for tackling a white horse, they are a tricky beast to paint.

 

Nice to see you painting again, I was just thinking the other day that I hadn't seen you around much lately.  ^_^

Thanks LittleBluberry;

As I get better I will continue painting and posting more and more miniatures !

Jay

 

 

On 6/19/2017 at 1:06 PM, malefactus said:

It is WONDERFUL seeing you painting again. That is a factor in making your BEAUTIFUL creation all the more special.

Tom Meier's stuff is tiny & not all that easy to get a pleasing result. You have pulled it off SPLENDIDLYOUTSTANDING WORK!

Thank you malefactus!

I wish I was able to turn out as much work as you are doing, but it is one mini at a time for me.

I have some grand plans for some of the new one's I am doing.

Wraith with a Bastard sword is next on agenda for DSM.

As I get better I will continue painting and posting more and more miniatures !

Jay

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Thanks Chaoswolf !!

Glad to see your response.

I know the feeling of wanting to do more mini's....its just as you move along

you develop an eye for much more intricate mini's, your skill level goes up, but so does

your vision.  I get redicululous with my personal expectation, spending more an more time

on each paint job.  I wouldn't have it any other way though, it does become the challenge !!

Stay well, look forword to seeing more of your work !

Jay

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