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Got some more done recently. 


Was still in the mood to paint pink stuff. So since I'd already done the vizier, the space princess seemed like a good choice.




I've really been enjoying these renaissance skeletons. Almost out of them though.




I painted these guys during some long, boring staff teleconferences this past week that I had to be present for but didn't actually contribute anything to. They're mostly just glazes, washes, and contrast paints. Thank goodness my bosses dont expect me to have a camera on during meetings. 






I also started preparing Shub N. From the bones 3 kickstarter this week. But I think I lost some sanity points doing it.



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On 4/28/2020 at 7:12 PM, Thoramel said:



On 4/29/2020 at 12:26 PM, Jasper_the_2nd said:


Don't ever think I've seen a jawa mini before.....


On 4/30/2020 at 7:19 AM, Thoramel said:

I want to say it's from the Rebellion game series, but I don't know what happened to the packaging or game cards that came with it right now.


Imperial Assault.  I had always hoped to see some more (and some more Tuskens, too).


It's great to see someone tackle the Andromedans.  I've been itching to do something not-Star Wars for some time and those keep ending up on the short list.

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Here are a few pieces from the Wizkids Adventurer's Camp. You can tell it's a campsite of your typical D&D adventurers because there's only 2 bedrolls, but enough weapons to arm like 7 people.




Recently got some Kobold Cavalry from a Rebel Games kickstarter. Decided I'd paint the stretch goals first. The one on the left is a smart kobold, good to train up as spies and such. The one on the right is a strong kobold, these are usually employed as pack animals. The one in the middle is just insane, also known as a standard kobold.




These are fantastically tiny. Here they are with an old Sir Forscale to get an idea just how small they are.



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So, looking for folks' opinions on this one. I threw this together last night and it is supposed to look like a standard ruined wall with plenty of lichen coverage on the stone, some old marble steps, and the shattered remains of 2 large blue crystals flanking the entrance. Now, except for the marble which is my first attempt at such, I'm pretty happy with the results. But my question is... does this look good enough on it's own? Or should I add some vegetation to it? I was thinking a couple of ferns and some dark green vegetation growing up the cracks would look nice. Maybe even some flocking on the dirt parts and a few shrubs to give it an extra layer of "old and forgotten." What do you all think? None of that, some of it, or go all in and vegetate this thing up?



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