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1 hour ago, Iridil said:

The skin on his face is outstanding!

 

Thanks, that was all the glazing.

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We love seeing painted models from any source here, so feel free to share.

 

Your bust turned out awesome!

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10 hours ago, CorallineAlgae said:

Have to agree. I l♡ve his face!

OUTSTANDING work on his eyes. They almost look real. I zoomed in on the image to see them and holy cow! ::o:

 

Thank you, I appreciate it.  Though to be fair the eyes on a bust are a good size larger than those on a standard 25-28mm scale mini, which make them much easier to paint.  I really recommend trying one if you haven't already, it is a very different painting experience (Especially if like me you have old and failing eyesight :lol:).

 

7 hours ago, Citrine said:

We love seeing painted models from any source here, so feel free to share.

 

Your bust turned out awesome!

 

I know, the Reaper boards are pretty cool like that, it is one of the reasons I like it here.  Still I cant help but feel dirty sharing a competitors model :lol:

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9 minutes ago, Dan S said:

 

Thank you, I appreciate it.  Though to be fair the eyes on a bust are a good size larger than those on a standard 25-28mm scale mini, which make them much easier to paint.  I really recommend trying one if you haven't already, it is a very different painting experience (Especially if like me you have old and failing eyesight :lol:).

 

 

I know, the Reaper boards are pretty cool like that, it is one of the reasons I like it here.  Still I cant help but feel dirty sharing a competitors model :lol:

 

I have painted busts myself and while eyes are bigger, and such, it also shows failures sooner than on a smaller mini.

You did awesome!

great job.

 

All minis/models are welcomed here, no need to feel bad about posting something not-Reaper.

 

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