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Really enjoyed painting these up, and looking forward to getting the Bones Kickstarter with 12 more unique sculpts. 

 

Painted these as a batch of 12 in about 2.5 hours by starting with an all over coat of Vallejo German Red Brown primer, then a wash with Green stuff World Swamp Brown ink. Then just a case of picking out the details, and highlighting the skin with Vallejo Game Colour Tan.  I didn't finish off with a wash, as I normally would, because the minis were so small and had a Brown palette. I thought I would just blur the details if I washed them.. 

 

The bases are mdf disks (20mm) with Green stuff World roller used to add a texture. That was just painted in Scale 75 Grey Brown and shaded with Army Painter Strong Tone. 

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They are cute Little Rogues AND BEAUTIFULLY painted...especially when you consider how tiny they are. VERY WELL DONE!

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Great speedpaint to get the group painted - they look great and the bases really add the finishing touch - you inspire me to take mine out and give it a try!

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On 4/23/2019 at 2:13 PM, Iridil said:

Great speedpaint to get the group painted - they look great and the bases really add the finishing touch - you inspire me to take mine out and give it a try!

Thank you. I mainly brought the rollers for using on xps foam for terrain but if you use the silicon rings and follow the YouTube tutorials on how to use them I think they come out well. 

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