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Great work!

And I love the base as well, it really enhances the feel of the mini.

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On ‎6‎/‎12‎/‎2019 at 2:23 AM, Glitterwolf said:

Great work!

And I love the base as well, it really enhances the feel of the mini.

 

These plastic minis are one with the base and it was difficult thinking of something to do with it.

I didn't want to cut the model from the base or partially bury the head of the serpent in some dirt. So I thought she could have some spell runes around her. Spell runes became spirals (due to not having much time left to spend on her,) added some gloss varnish on the floor and then it was on to the next mini.  

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Yep great job and the extra work at the base is supercool. I like this osl at her eyes, turned out great and this was a damned good idea. Overall paintjob is great too. Thumbs up!!!

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On ‎6‎/‎14‎/‎2019 at 2:04 PM, Cindy H said:

Beautiful job! Nice job on the base as well.  

Been lusting after this box of minis :)  

 

Part of the deal in getting this mini was painting the witch with the goat for him. Just primed her today, so she will be coming soon. 

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The figure is excellent and the base adds a whole tin of cherries onto an already amazing cake. Nice one.

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