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By Lord of the Dish Pit
She was the first Bones Black mini I've painted, and I'm digging the new material even if it does feel a bit weird to not douse it in sepia wash first.
While the addition of a nifty Inquisiting Hat lessens the otherwise piratical vibe she would otherwise have, it does make her face hard to reach. I also noticed that for some reason her braid was completely seperate from her head.
She also had several almost impossible to reach mold lines, but light nitpicking aside, I really like the character of this sculpt.
And with Oswald...
In the spirit of this colorful june, my hommage to my community ^^
I'm a bit hesitant with the tattoo's outcome, but besides that pretty happy with the result.
If anyone wants to visit my insta gallery & give it a like & follow it means everything ^^ its @albertnyarla
International Mini Painting Month - Day 7
Hello friends! It's good to see you all again! My energy levels have been slowly ramping up over the last month, so now I'm excited to spend a bunch of it here with forum friends.
My husband and I played D&D again with @Rainbow Sculptor and her family over the weekend and had a great time. While we were playing, they brought out this mini - she was gorgeous and I had completely forgotten that I had her too! I believe Damaris was 2017's Duskwarden mini.
Bobby Jackson already made her both fierce and a babe, so now I just gotta make her a pirate!
Add a very fine pirate hat Change her crossbow to a flintlock pistol Change the stone ground to wooden planks Hopefully carve down the quiver on her hip so I can make it a tankard.
I'm actually pretty hesitant about the pirate hat because it would hide the hair - and hair that awesome is a sculpting goal. Seriously. Look at that tiny braid and all the locks of hair.
But my girl Maria spent a lot of money on a very fine hat after she ran away to become a pirate. So on goes the hat.
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