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And knowing how big those figures are (or, not big, to be more accurate), that’s doubly amazing.

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12 hours ago, Rigel said:

Exquisite work on the face and hair! Great stuff. 

Thanks Rigel! I think I got the face pretty nicely, and she's small but she has a round, expressive face with plenty of room to paint!

8 hours ago, Warlady said:

She looks great, and your colors are wonderful!

Thanks Warlady, I was kind of worried about the glove colors, but whatever color I would have made them I'm sure I would have doubted my choice afterwards.

2 hours ago, Lostraven said:

Lovely work on the face. It really draws you in and defines the character.

Thank you very much Lostraven, I'm just glad she didn't come out cross-eyed!

1 hour ago, Rob Dean said:

And knowing how big those figures are (or, not big, to be more accurate), that’s doubly amazing.

Yeah, back in the day when 25mm really meant something....

1 hour ago, Iridil said:

Beautiful skin tones and face - really brought life to this lovely old mini!

Thank you Iridil! I saw you looking at my way old stuff, townfolks and Borin Backslap!

 

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as someone else mentioned, that much detail at this size always floors me.  Her Wood framed wicker Quiver really got my attention (as well as the face). Really, really nice

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51 minutes ago, Fencig said:

as someone else mentioned, that much detail at this size always floors me.  Her Wood framed wicker Quiver really got my attention (as well as the face). Really, really nice

The wicker was already sculpted in to the quiver, so I just had to make sure to try to pull the detail out of it instead of just lather it with one coat, because I didn't want to obscure the detail. It's amazing that sculpts of these age are so detailed!

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Wonderful paintjob on a great figure! I have this one WIP myself, and have named her and given her a place in my D&D campaign as an NPC, which I don't do that often as I'm painting.

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1 hour ago, Redd Knekk said:

Beautiful as always....

Thank you as always, Mr. Knekk!

 

1 hour ago, Spooktalker said:

Wonderful paintjob on a great figure! I have this one WIP myself, and have named her and given her a place in my D&D campaign as an NPC, which I don't do that often as I'm painting.

Thank you, can’t wait to see your version of it!  Love your web site!

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