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8 hours ago, CorallineAlgae said:

Whoa, those birch stumps came out amazing! ::o: I have those Secret Weapon stumps. Hope you don't mind if I steal your idea. 

Steal away! Share them when you're done, I'd love to see them!

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Excellent, and he bases are a success! Just paint the base edges before posting next time, else they have a clear look of "not quite done." ::P:

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3 hours ago, Spooktalker said:

Excellent, and he bases are a success! Just paint the base edges before posting next time, else they have a clear look of "not quite done." ::P:

I like to make my base edges match something about the model. On these, I tried to match them to the flesh tones, but it didn't work out quite how I imagined. I'll probably end up going over them with either a solid violet or a solid blue.

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