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That crypt is looking like somewhere I would not want to be anywhere near when it's dark out (and somewhere that would be very fun to explore in daylight). It's going to look so cool with your ladies!

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On 2/4/2020 at 12:50 AM, Jellyranger69 said:

Lovely work, Glitter. You’re who I aspire to be in an artistic sense of the word.

 

That's high praise, I consider myself average compared to many of the other forumites.

 

On 2/4/2020 at 1:13 AM, Fire_Eyes said:

That crypt is looking like somewhere I would not want to be anywhere near when it's dark out (and somewhere that would be very fun to explore in daylight). It's going to look so cool with your ladies!

 

Thx, I slightly changed my plans for this little vignette.

 

I will use the Freebooter Lady of Death and add a few graves as planned.

But I will also include Freebooter Mr. Mort!

He will ask her out on a date.

 

Maybe one or two of the Bones Death Hounds will be there as well.

 

Lady Death and Mr. Mort. I will paint them differently, but I love the idea of him bringing a flower and asking his Lady out.

 

Love is Eternal!

 

NOTE: these pics are from the internet.

I have not yet painted them.

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On 2/4/2020 at 1:53 AM, Glitterwolf said:

will use the Freebooter Lady of Death and add a few graves as planned.

But I will also include Freebooter Mr. Mort!

He will ask her out on a date.

 

Maybe one or two of the Bones Death Hounds will be there as well.

 

Lady Death and Mr. Mort. I will paint them differently, but I love the idea of him bringing a flower and asking his Lady out.

:wub: Too sweet! I'm looking forward to seeing more.

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9 hours ago, mousekiller said:

Looking good Glitter, absolutely love these types of projects!  Painting on the miniatures is top notch!

 

The minis are not my paintjob yet..

I'm working on the crypt, then I will paint the lady and her lover.

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3 hours ago, mousekiller said:

Hahaha, sorry, I just saw the note!  Well, they are still painted top notch!  Lets see what your version looks like! 

 

They will dress up for Dias de Muertos, Sugarskulls and all...

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