Popular Post Geoff Davis Posted January 19, 2018 Popular Post Share Posted January 19, 2018 (edited) Something in a post I read earlier reminded me of unreasonable demands made by non-painters. A new guy joined our D&D group, so to be friendly I offered to paint a miniature of his character, who was as yet not introduced to the party. He says "Yes please' and the night before the game send me this: I'm thinking, this guys a bit of a $%&^ but I'll show him up. So at the start of the game the next day I gave him this: I shouldn't have bothered, since he rage quit about a month later because we were 'role-playing' too much and not taking the game seriously enough. Anyway, an adaptation of the Royal MacKenzie Tartan for your viewing pleasure. Here is a link to how I painted this. How I cheated at painting a tartan Geoff Edited January 20, 2018 by Geoff Davis Added link to the tartan painting tip 33 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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