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Presenting a pair of Deep Gnome heroes (I'm calling them Harold and Alice) from Reaper.
I got these to see what the Bones Black material was like on smaller minis (I was quite impressed), and while some parts could've gone better (One day I'll learn how to highlight dark blue) they were a lot of fun to paint up.
As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
so once these came out in retail I was really pretty thrilled and bought some as soon as possible. Now that I've taken photos I see tons of errors, but oh well, I'm probably not going to fix anything any more with these two.
I'd like to just mention that these two little gnomes were great fun to paint and as my second and third Bones Black figures that I've painted, I do enjoy working with the material. I did prime them, and the only real issue I had was those first coats of primer, and also a first coat of paint sticking on the figure properly (yes I washed them before starting to paint). Also removing the flash was a bit different than removing flash from metal, but not a horrible inconvenience.
Anyway, here they are, hope you enjoy them!
and the lovely pair together:
Halloween is just around the corner, and what better way to be ready for spooky antics than with your own mob of sinister skeleton gnomes?
These undead gnomes are ready for medieval combat , accompanied by a full set of command miniatures , as well as an eerie necromancer
The Necromancer with his warped dagger We are starting this project early so as to guarantee that we can get these shambling gnomes into your hands well before Halloween so that you can have them painted and ready to spook in time!
Close-up of the command models Here's the leader with their lantern Here is the standard bearer trying their hardest to be scary
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