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4 hours ago, Inarah said:

They came out very nice. Mine have yet to break out of the blister.

 

 

 

Thank you, Inarah! 

 

 

 

2 hours ago, ograx said:

Haha very nice I was kind of wondering on some of these figures where they fit in

 

Thank you, ograx!  Yes, it is an odd group to play the traditional Wizard of Oz roles!  ::):

 

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1 hour ago, Liverpuncher said:

Nice detail - Dorthy is my favorite of the bunch.  Do you prime your minis? If so, which color do you use?

 

 

Thanks, Liverpuncher!  

 

No, I  didn't prime any of these guys.  While I usually use Reaper's grey or brown liner as first coat on the regular white Bones to help see the detail;  because these guys were cast in the grey Bones I found I could see the details just fine without doing that liner coat.    Please check out my Bones painting blog if you want to see what techniques and colors I used on any of these figures: http://allbonesabout.blogspot.com/

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9 hours ago, NecroMancer said:

Love the scarecrow! 

 

 

Thanks,  NecroMancer!   It certainly was the most unusual figure in the group! 

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6 hours ago, VolksFest said:

Wow, that's a great bunch that are all masterfully painted. Very well done!

 

2 hours ago, Tjrez said:

great job

 

 

Thank you both very much for your kind words!

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