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8 hours ago, Russell said:

I really like the swirly detail you painted on the sword.  I may steal that.

 

Does wood filler stick to styrene plastic without problems?  I've been using high solid acrylic paste but wood filler would be less expensive.

 

Thanks :) I've used it on many miniatures so far, hasn't given me issues so far. No sinking when I put the giant Baba Yaga's hut on it (pinned it just in case). 

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From what I remember of wood filler back when I was learning furniture making, it sticks to just about anything...    

 

She looks like a very happy Djinn. 

 

You may want to add 'Djinn', 'bones 4'(or the SKU if you have it. I think there was a list of the Bones 4 SKUs posted somewhere), and your username as tags to this topic. 

Makes it easier for others to find all your show offs and so on. 

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5 hours ago, jdizzy001 said:

Great paint job and an amazing base to boot

 

Thanks! 

 

1 hour ago, Rigel said:

Love the subtle jewel-tone pastels! She is a beauty and you've done her proud.

 

Thank you :) I loved the idea of gemstone flowers, and it worked out :)

 

8 hours ago, Citrine said:

Her SKU is 44012, Ashana Female Genie. 

Your paintjob is beautiful!

 

Thanks ^__^

 

13 hours ago, Gadgetman! said:

From what I remember of wood filler back when I was learning furniture making, it sticks to just about anything...    

 

She looks like a very happy Djinn. 

 

You may want to add 'Djinn', 'bones 4'(or the SKU if you have it. I think there was a list of the Bones 4 SKUs posted somewhere), and your username as tags to this topic. 

Makes it easier for others to find all your show offs and so on. 

 

Thanks, I added some tags :)

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