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23 hours ago, Inarah said:

On the left, Anya Pirate Queen by Magnificent Egos.  Did not start out to paint a pink pirate princess, but that's sort of where she ended up after I highlighted up the purple coat and painted the skulls as rosettes. 

 

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On the right, Deep Cuts Pathfinder human female paladin, one of two that come in the package.  A+ on the dynamic pose, C for loss of detail in the molding process. I wanted it to be better but it turned into a wash and drybrush job due to the sculpt. It's for tabletop. 

 

 

 

Like your pirate queen, and I sympathize on the paladin.  I am painting some of those Deep Cuts for a commission, and the loss of detail on them is making it difficult.  :-P

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On 12/13/2018 at 3:25 PM, Iridil said:

Any way to see the back of the pirate lass? She's really nice - love the touch of green and the smoky eye effect. Nice bases too!

 

Here you are:

 

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On 12/14/2018 at 12:16 PM, Warlady said:

 

Like your pirate queen, and I sympathize on the paladin.  I am painting some of those Deep Cuts for a commission, and the loss of detail on them is making it difficult.  :-P

 

They are not bad for tabletop, if you want something cheap.  And they come primed, which may appeal to some. Still, I don't think I'll be getting any more, too much metal to paint. :) 

 

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