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Painting Pirates: Arven Scarhull, 03224

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So one of the things I'm doing right now is that I'm about to run a pirate-based campaign, and as such I'm going to try to hone my skills by painting my way through a large chunk of Reaper's pirate and marine based minis, among others!


We'll start with an NPC pirate captain:







I actually painted him a while ago, but still would love tips in case I go back and touch him up!

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