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I have wanted to paint this one since I first saw it and it's probably the reason I bought the Dreadmere expansion. It was a really fun paint and during the entire process I imagined this pair slogging through the mire from small town to hamlet and even single dwellings bringing news and exchanging trade goods between people isolated by their environment. It's a lonely job, just him and his tortoise buy someone has to do it...
Hope you all enjoy it too.
Here's a fun and simple one for you this week!
Owlbears are one of my favorite D&D creatures. They're just such a silly concept and I love them. Any scenario were I could use a bear, I swap out for one of these guys instead. However, despite owning several different owlbear models, I have avoided painting them for a long time out of fear of ruining them. Finally decided to give one a shot.
Reaper Bones 4: Lowland Owlbear (77674)
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What kind of Owls should I use as inspiration next?
What mini did you put off painting for too long?
So here is a pair of bandits from Bones kickstarters that finally made they way to my painting table - needed to add to the gang interrupting my group's trip to town. The guy with the flashy shield is the leader.
Tabletop with trying to work with highlights/washes - tried going the no lining route.....
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