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I absolutely love your paint jobs on these old style minis.

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Just now, Loim said:

I absolutely love your paint jobs on these old style minis.

Thank you very much Loim, I really enjoy painting them!

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1 minute ago, Fencig said:

fantastic!

 

wish i could blend and shade that well even at twice the size

Ah, the sweet skills I somewhat possess that are slowly blinding me..  

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She is one of the Ral Partha pieces that I hadn't seen before. The LOVELY Little Rogue painted up into a  BEAUTIFUL creation. VERY WELL DONE as always!

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Thanks again all for such nice things to say about my little lady!

 

She was another figure whose eyes were pretty easily accessible, and her, as well as the other barbarian were sculpted I think more towards the latter eighties and with these, the sizes were a little larger.  I think (not 100% sure) that this one is also a Dennis Mize sculpt, and he had done way back in the day in his Children of the Night series a thief somewhat similar to this,I think in 1979, this one:

 

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that I painted years and years ago already, made with about 3/4 the lead.  A little bit of size creep over the ages.  If I get around to it, I'll post the two minis together.

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There is always a lot to like, but your darklining here and elsewhere are very controlled and subtle yet important.

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32 minutes ago, Madog Barfog said:

There is always a lot to like, but your darklining here and elsewhere are very controlled and subtle yet important.

Thanks Madog, I’ve been trying to make sure to remember to darkline in necessary places. Sometimes I forget but I think I’m getting better.

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