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4 Bones Speedpaints - Bones 4 Undead Friar

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Great work! It's always interesting to see people's assessment of their own work. These are well beyond what I could get out of speed painting. 

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8 hours ago, Adrift said:

#1 A Chainmail orc from WotC circa early 2000s

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oh WOW I haven't see one of those for a long time.  I still have mine, one of the first minis I ever painted.  Wish I knew where I put it.

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2 hours ago, Bane Of Humanity said:

oh WOW I haven't see one of those for a long time.  I still have mine, one of the first minis I ever painted.  Wish I knew where I put it.

I’m amazed at how flattened the sculpt is, but he needed to be painted up and added to my army of Bones orcs. 

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All 4 look good. My favorite is the ogre - really like the skin tone and the thick skinned sun weathered look of his belly.

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1 hour ago, Adrift said:

I’m amazed at how flattened the sculpt is, but he needed to be painted up and added to my army of Bones orcs. 

It is still to this day my favorite Orc sculpt for D&D.  

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If this is a result of "speedpaint" I would like to see what you create if you take your time lol. Really, really damned good for speedpaint whatever this means. How long dit you paint on each miniature? I also like them all.

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