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Painted his net (Leather Brown > Leather Brown/Ochre Yellow > Brown Wash) and his hook/staff thingy (The handle was done the same as the net, while the two ends were Iraqi Sand/Ochre Yellow > Brown Wash > Iraqi Sand/Ochre Yellow > Iraqi Sand/Ochre Yellow/Bonewhite and a Bronze rune).


Now I've got to start picking out all the junk on his base. 

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6 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Looks great already!




Painted the coral Warlord Purple then drybrushed it Squid Pink. The various other bits were painted in Bronze then hit with washes of Brown and Verdigris.


With that he's done:-




As an Ocean Master, Indra is responsible for capturing and training sea creatures to help with various tasks.

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On 11/3/2021 at 9:35 PM, Glitterwolf said:

Great job!


Thanks, but I think he looks rather rough, my painting skills seem to be a bit lacking lately.




Made a start on Yrkill.

Painted up her flight suit so far (Blue Violet/Ghost Grey > Purple Wash > Blue Violet/Ghost Grey > Blue Violet/Ghost Grey/Off-white > Purple Wash).

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Lots of little bits done.

Pistol handle (Parasite Brown > Brown Wash),

Dials (Bonewhite with Pure Black needles and a Brown Wash),

Rope (Cork Brown > Brown Wash > Cork Brown/Off-white),

Cables (Ochre Yellow)

Knobs (Scarlett Red > Brown Wash > Scarlett Red > Scarlett Red/Off-white)

Glowy backpack thingy (Magic Blue/Off-white > Off-white with a little tiny bit of Magic Blue),

Flight-suit joints (Hexed Lichen > Hexed Lichen/Ghost Grey > Black Wash with Oily Steel studs).


Shoulder-pads next.

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On 11/28/2021 at 9:47 AM, Glitterwolf said:

Good job!




Finally got the base done so she's all finished:-




Yrkill is new to the world of adventuring and still finds constantly wearing her high altitude flight suit uncomfortable.


And with that I think I'll wrap this thread up.

With how little painting I do nowadays there's just too many minis left to do.

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