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Over a total of about 90+ minutes split over two evenings I managed to get some paint on the cat. The bird had brown liner on it so far.

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I started with brown liner and worked up with stone grey and linen white. _20170928_214926.thumb.JPG.c63acea3f024299f50c625ea08e9e6f1.JPG_20170928_214944.thumb.JPG.7ab901dd55a2749df78c3fa6794dad2b.JPG_20170928_214905.thumb.JPG.1242798623f012bfc1f20b62144afc6a.JPG

 

Getting the spots to look good was a pain. 

 

Onto the bird next! Gonna use the same set of colors I think.

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On 9/29/2017 at 2:28 PM, Thes Hunter said:

I was expecting to see a pair of corgis. I was disappointed just to see some awesomely painted minis. :lol:

Well, okay, since you asked...

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Worked on the bird to. Built up the base with cork and sand/ballast._20171001_214538.thumb.JPG.0883632a26c3eec99b6641b1b5d3c204.JPG

Primed with brown liner, then brought up with desert sand._20171001_214433.thumb.JPG.9d3c2be82d2447a6b4d611f53629b52f.JPG_20171001_214457.thumb.JPG.842ac46a82313770f44630d2390db227.JPG

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I love how the base helps give the bird even more height!

 

Good Jorb!

 

And thanks for the cute pics of Corgis. Everyone needs cute pics of corgis. 

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