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5 hours ago, KruleBear said:

Cool....but I am sure you could find a smaller mini to challenge you!  :rolleyes: lol. 

ROFL, Thanks KruleBear !

 

Sadly, that will be the smallest mini I ever paint.

Meier's miniatures usually average 25 mm, and below that my hands won't allow me to

get much control under that.  I have 20 Meier sculpts to paint yet, I think I have plenty to choose from !

LOL

Maybe I might try one of the smaller ones just for the experience !

Thanks again.

Jay

4 hours ago, joshuaslater said:

Tiny but powerful.

Thanks Tons Joshuaslater !

Your comment made me smile.

Jay

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17 hours ago, malefactus said:

He is a SPLENDID looking Little Warrior...WONDERFULLY painted & based. VERY NICELY DONE!

Thanks Malafactus.

Even though he is small there is an impish quality I wanted. 

Was a lot of fun to paint!

Thanks again.

10 hours ago, NecroMancer said:

He's so small!  Great work!

Thanks NecoMancer;

That's about as small as I can get.  Hands to like me after a while

painting at that scale.  Trying to get personality in there is the difficult part !!

6 hours ago, VolksFest said:

Wow! Talk about micro-management! Very well painted, great challange!! 

ROFL on your Micro-management comment VolksFest!

Greatly appreciated.

 

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You did the Dwarf Warrior proud!

He has a ver dynamic pose and your paintjob makes him stand out!

 

I love it!

The cloak is very well done!

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2 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

You did the Dwarf Warrior proud!

He has a ver dynamic pose and your paintjob makes him stand out!

 

I love it!

The cloak is very well done!

Thank You Glitter !!!

I've pinned up another "small" mini ( A Little Woolly by Tom Meier) that may be smaller

than this one..ROFL.

I'll try not to make it take so long to paint.  It was fun, with lots of little traps (brush  won't fit in there without a lot of cleanup).

Here we go !!!

Thanks again.

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Just had to share:

The mini IS smaller than this one; however, there was a bigger consideration here.

I have NO IDEA what I am painting !  I have broken my rules, and am doing this in reverse.

Its based already, and I have a coat of primer, and brown liner on it.

I am going to have to compare results on this one !!!

 

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1 minute ago, ub3r_n3rd said:

Good job, Jay! Very nice basing. 

Thanks Ub3r !!

I have really gone over to your side of the court when it comes to basing.

I spend a lot of time thinking about it, playing with ideas, and attempting to come

up with a base that supports the mini, or amps the story.  I look back at some I haven't based,

and think, your time is coming up my pretty !  LOL.

Your input was greatly  appreciated.

 

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