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CAPTAIN SMOLLET by GLITTERWOLF


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1 hour ago, jdungj said:

I like the detail on the gun a lot

 

Thank you!

Glad it shows.

 

1 hour ago, Iridil said:

The real question is: how does he keep all that white so clean? Great job and full of character

 

Thanks!

Oh, he's really careful not to get blood on his clothing, he prefers to shoot the enemy from a distance.

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11 hours ago, Iridil said:

The real question is: how does he keep all that white so clean? Great job and full of character

 

By letting others do the dirty work!!

 

Awesome job! Nice bright paint scheme with enough color to give it a colorful look.

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8 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

He looks great!

 

Thank you!

I always appreciate likes/comments, it's a good motivation to paint more.

 

3 hours ago, haldir said:

 

By letting others do the dirty work!!

 

Awesome job! Nice bright paint scheme with enough color to give it a colorful look.

 

The benefits of being in Command!

Thank you!

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Treasure Island has always been one of my all-time favorite books, and this really brings Captain Smollet to life! My only suggestion would be to hit the white areas with a pale gray wash (if you have one handy). A black wash would be a bit too extreme in this case, but a light gray wash with some white highlights could bring out some more of those sculpted details.

 

Really cool mini.

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2 hours ago, Poilu_1914 said:

Great figure, nice to see proper buckle shoes rather than cavalry boots! Mixed emotions, though, not a pirate!

 

Thanks!

Well if you read my story in my Lost World Project about this guy you'll see he has chosen the path of piracy after all.

 

2 hours ago, Grand Slam said:

Treasure Island has always been one of my all-time favorite books, and this really brings Captain Smollet to life! My only suggestion would be to hit the white areas with a pale gray wash (if you have one handy). A black wash would be a bit too extreme in this case, but a light gray wash with some white highlights could bring out some more of those sculpted details.

 

Really cool mini.

 

Thanks and good advice.I already varnished the guy, but I will do this with the next white uniform.

I actually did it on his wig, but it doesn't show much.

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10 hours ago, Rigel said:

Love a good Treasure Island reference. Good work on this periwigged gent and his snappy uniform!

Thank you!

It was a pleasure to print and paint.

I-Lovecraft makes some good designs!

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