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Everything looks good. Sometimes figures just need to be painted and put on the table. The pigs are great.

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Your pigs and cart make me think of the old "A Claymation Christmas Celebration" special that no longer gets shown on tv. Here we come a-wallowing...

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Thanks everyone.  The pigs were a lot of fun to paint and I got a lot of satisfaction out of finishing all of these, even if they aren't top notch.

 

I also enjoyed Mocha's @Mocha (I think i have that right) class from reapercon to completely paint a Rocky from bones to finished in less than 3 hours.  He came out great and I have started painting the others with a second one finished and another started.  They really are great fun and the class really gave me a lot of tools I didn't have before (or didn't use, not sure which, but the mini came out great!)  

 

The others were a combination, some of them basic paint wash highlight and some with more advanced stuff or experiments (like the deamon imps that are yellow with a thinned contrast red for their skin)  

 

Anyway, its an experiment I will definitely need to try again!

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