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Stonehaven Halfling Berserker

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11 hours ago, EvilJames said:

Halfling Gnome Smash!

Really like the hair.

 

9 hours ago, Warlady said:

She's so cute!  Nice job.

 

1 hour ago, Glitterwolf said:

Great job on a tiny mini!

 

1 minute ago, Iridil said:

Cool! Especially the face and hair.

 

 

Thanks!

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4 hours ago, Kuro Cleanbrush said:

I really love what you did with her, especially that hair!!!

 

3 hours ago, NecroMancer said:

So small!  I love the hair

 

 

Thanks! Her hair is my favorite thing too. Could not decide on a natural hair color to use so I went with something different. Bonus is that it fits the character.

 

 

4 hours ago, 72moonglum said:

Beautiful job! You need to get her against a neutral background and a bit closer photo!

 

 

Thanks! Yeah, I should have done proper pictures but I needed to get her off the paint table and packed for my game tonight. Next time I have my set up out for photos, I will try to get better ones of her.

 

 

35 minutes ago, SisterMaryNapalm said:

Awwww, how cute! She's like me when I was young: "Gimme some space! I need to hit that nail!"

 

Haha, that is something the character would say although she actually has an ax in game.

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9 minutes ago, SGHawkins09 said:

 although she actually has an ax in game.

 

It's not important what it is. More important is -  does it work?

 

Though I think I may have got an axe in my bits box. If you paint another version maybe you can convert her

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18 hours ago, SisterMaryNapalm said:

 

It's not important what it is. More important is -  does it work?

 

Though I think I may have got an axe in my bits box. If you paint another version maybe you can convert her

 

Oh, it works very well. I had thought about converting the hammer to an axe as I have some in my bits but I like the hammer and for me the mini does not have to perfectly represent the character.

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Wow, she's gorgeous. I love how you've used a fairly limited palette, the blue really stands out against the other colours :D

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6 hours ago, Kuroneko said:

Wow, she's gorgeous. I love how you've used a fairly limited palette, the blue really stands out against the other colours :D

 

Thank you! She was mainly painted at my FLGS and when I travel paint I usually use a limited palette so I don't have to haul around a bunch of paint. 

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