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Here they are.  I had a little extra time, so I was able to get the Bones version of Andre Durand done today, too.  Total: 14. 

 

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I've got to work on my photo booth before I get any beauty shots for Show Off. 

 

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Here are my results for the paint binge!

 

I needed a troll fighter so...

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My friends helped me test a new game I created so I made a small gift....

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I still had some smog rider figures from last year's Reapercon to paint:

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and my favorite, the Genie, Djinn, or something like that:

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This poor girl went through the ringer.

I went to spray it with dull coat and found out the hard way the spray PAINT and the spray LACQUER rattle cans look almost identical...

I only caught her with a glancing shot of spray paint but it still took several hours to repair.

 

 

 

 

 

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On 7/7/2020 at 11:17 PM, Jay said:

 

I went to spray it with dull coat and found out the hard way the spray PAINT and the spray LACQUER rattle cans look almost identical...

I only caught her with a glancing shot of spray paint but it still took several hours to repair.


I try to maintain the habit of always spraying the edge of the box lid or whatever I have miniatures laid out on first, to make sure I really am holding the can I think I am ...

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