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    • By Glitterwolf
      There is something strange going on in the village lately.
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      And it's getting worse, it started with a few missing pets, but now Old Lady Harrington is missing, nowhere to be found.
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      Her name is Lilith, and she is so friendly, she gave every child in the village one of her handcrafted dolls for free.
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      Constable Burton decided to have a look at her place.
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      The moment he did he knew he shouldn't have...
       
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      Bookcases are from Minimonster Studios and Reaper Bones.
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    • By Darcstaar
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      This is how he sits mounted.  But, I wanted to keep it removable, thus the magnets.  I confirmed it would stay in place upside-down!


       
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    • By planetmut
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    • By planetmut
      This is my second Attic Whisperer. I decided on pink for her (I still think of this mini as female) to complement the blue one. I wanted to put something on her base this time and @3vil3lvis and @Fencig both gave me some good ideas in their comments on my first effort (although making a bassinet at this scale, as Fencig suggested, is a fantastic idea but a bit out of my skill range). So I thought about just painting a circled pentagram on the plastic card floorboards and putting her inside it, but as I can't even freehand a short straight line that idea went out the window and left me having to repaint the base.
       
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      It looks like there's a random flake of tan paint below her jaw. I can't see it on the actual figure, so it must have fallen off after I took the pic. I really have to remember to "dust" the minis with a brush before photographing them.
       

    • By planetmut
      I knocked this one up last night. I couldn't believe how small the figure is but it was fun to paint, and I'm still trying to get the hang of layering rather than drybrushing to highlight cloth. I basically ripped off the colour scheme of the example on the Reaper site. The "floorboards" are strips of plastic card. She (for some reason I keep thinking of the mini as a she) was a bit lost even on a 10mm base so I added the dried bloodstain. I'm not sure if it's worked but I couldn't think of anything else to put there.
       
      My girlfriend upon seeing this: "You've finished another one? Let me have a look GET THAT THING AWAY FROM ME IT'S HORRIBLE!"
       
      Kevin Williams did a fantastic job on making such a small sculpt be so unbelievably creepy.
       

       

       

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