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Stonehaven Miniatures Gnome Scout and Paladin, sculpted by Mike Evans


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8 hours ago, Rigel said:

Lovely work and the bright colors are a good choice!

Thank you Rigel!

6 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

I like the brighter colours, good work!

Thanks Glitterwolf, more bright colors to come in the future!

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26 minutes ago, Metalchaos said:

Great work on these lovely models. I love the red and gold shield, and the yellow / green hair color you went for.

Yeah, I'm actually quite pleased with both hair colors.  And the red and the gold shield worked out pretty nicely as well. With reds, I was  historically kind of stubborn and still wanted at some point to always highlight until white, but somehow this never worked as I wanted it too and after watching a lot of Anne Forester and hearing how she says you don't always want to highlight up to white, I've been trying to not go that high.  Depends on the color but red is one of them where I highlight maximum with some yellow, maybe sun yellow.

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Niced pair of lovely little ladies - love the armor and their faces - they look sort of like: "great, another large person underestimating the damage I can deal..."

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2 hours ago, Iridil said:

Niced pair of lovely little ladies - love the armor and their faces - they look sort of like: "great, another large person underestimating the damage I can deal..."

Never underestimate folk who only reach up to your belly button. 

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I love the armor and hair on that paladin! Such smooth transition work.

 

As for the scout, the face is my absolute favorite part. It's got a ton of character.

 

Very tight detail work on both of these gals as well.

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15 hours ago, Grand Slam said:

I love the armor and hair on that paladin! Such smooth transition work.

 

As for the scout, the face is my absolute favorite part. It's got a ton of character.

 

Very tight detail work on both of these gals as well.

Thanks very much Grand Slam,

 

I don't know if it shows enough with the armor that I have gone all the way up to white.  I think sometimes the settings I use on the photos is a little dark but I probably just haven't found that perfect spot.

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