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In a massive bag of random Bones minis I acquired, I found four of the same type of gnoll warrior. I've decided to take three of them and paint them different quality levels - a speedpaint, my average tabletop level, and the last one, the most detailed - to see the difference in the type of efforts I put into things.
They've all been cleaned and based. Different basing as well, with the last one being a gnoll on a grassy knoll. A knoll gnoll! >>
And the speedpainted one, I'm not priming or gap filling. But the other two I am. I generally like to prime things no matter the material for three reasons -
- To see the details better because the stark white makes it hard to see definition.
- And lastly, because it helps me see how I failed to clean off mold lines as well as I thought I did and take care of it appropriately.
Will get into the nitty gritty of it all tomorrow because tonight is D&D night!
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