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Various Reaper Minis from pathfinder, Dark heaven legends, etc (pic Heavy)

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They look great!

I like the lava stream!

 

Welcome to the Forum!

Stick around and have fun!

 

In the future, The Reaper Mods like to see Show Off threads for single minis, or themed groups.

 

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Nice!

Like the Black Metal Ezren in there too, throwin' horns!

I really love your bases as well, what do you make them from ?

 

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A lot of great work in here but that oozing lava w/OSL really stood out for me too!  Great stuff...

 

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WELCOME ABOARD! That is a VERY IMPRESSIVE introduction. You have a deft hand with the brush & an eye for colors. Your bases & attention to detail are OUTSTANDINGVERY NICELY DONE!

The Little Blue Eyed Babe a ways down from the top is my favorite in the mix.

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Thanks everyone. Sorry its been so long for the response. I've started a new job since then and now and and have been settling in, my table top stuff has been on the back burner for a little while. and yes the bases are made of two different grades of cork and dusted with different grades of sand and flocking. The lava is actually a large amount of superglue....with about 15 different layers of paint and primer. I do have to say that superglue does not take paint or primer very well. i've also gotten quite a few more painted since then. i'll have to post everything for you guys as soon as i can get around to it.

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These are all VERY fine looking minis. That lava and OSL is off the charts!.. Do keep more coming in.. 

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Really cool job here. Those bases are fantastic. I haven't heard of using cork before but this looks great. My two stand outs are the assasins creed lookin fella, and the 2nd from bottom rouge. 

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Great Job on the lava and the OSL from it! I also really like the basing you used on each mini. I think I may have to buy some cork, what do you use for the moss? Thanks.

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