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    Quote Originally Posted by pezagent
    I couldn't resist the power of the Mind Flayer... he commanded me to make more fan art!

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    I'm glad you could not! Great job again!

 

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    You make me feel small and inadequate

    Seriously these are some fantastic paint jobs. Very nice work (I love the Mind Flayer you have - I got the same one! Course mine is still in Primer White )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Bovine
    You make me feel small and inadequate

    Seriously these are some fantastic paint jobs. Very nice work (I love the Mind Flayer you have - I got the same one! Course mine is still in Primer White )
    Yeah, he comes over to my house, knows I haven't touched a brush in years, looks at the bare metal all over my game room, pulls out these amazing figures, and asks when I'm going to start painting again.

    Sheesh!

    Talk about something that robs me of all interest in painting - comparing my pathetic efforts to Pogre's (me comparing them, not him - he's too nice a guy to do something that would so easily crush my spirits).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Bovine
    You make me feel small and inadequate

    Seriously these are some fantastic paint jobs. Very nice work (I love the Mind Flayer you have - I got the same one! Course mine is still in Primer White )
    Thank you for the compliment. You know everything looks better painted no matter how far you go. Making time for it can be tough - for instance I should be painting right now.

    Quote Originally Posted by hwoolsey
    Talk about something that robs me of all interest in painting - comparing my pathetic efforts to Pogre's (me comparing them, not him - he's too nice a guy to do something that would so easily crush my spirits).
    Thanks for the compliments Hank. As Hank knows though, I am striving to catch up with another good friend of ours. His work is unbelievable, and the sad part is I am the one that got him into the hobby

    Now you two go grab your brushes and put some color to the pewter!

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    Thanks for the reminder. A very good article, I've used similar techniques doing washes and glazes, they would work better using an extender I bet.

    On the flip side of that, have you (or anyone else) here ever used alchohol in your washes to do the opposite (get them to dry faster, allowing you to make a thinner wash that wont 'bleed out' as it drys on a fig)? It's a trick I learned from a railroad modeler that works pretty cool sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ledded
    Thanks for the reminder. A very good article, I've used similar techniques doing washes and glazes, they would work better using an extender I bet.

    On the flip side of that, have you (or anyone else) here ever used alchohol in your washes to do the opposite (get them to dry faster, allowing you to make a thinner wash that wont 'bleed out' as it drys on a fig)? It's a trick I learned from a railroad modeler that works pretty cool sometimes.
    No, but you have me intrigued. I could foresee some interesting multi-glazing applications using that technique. hmmm...

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    PMT 17
    Beholder

    Remember all thumbs are links to larger pictures.

    Hey, a couple of pics to show you Im still working on minis. I snapped these at my workbench Ill post better pictures later. Im also painting a bunch of Grendel dungeon and tavern furniture. Very cool stuff Ill post some of it later as well.




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    Very cool! I've got the Hackmaster Beholder at home that I can't bring myself to paint yet, I don't want to ruin it. Your beholder makes me want to paint it even more. Thats the Reaper Beholder, isn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu's Librarian
    Thats the Reaper Beholder, isn't it?
    Thanks! Yep it's the Reaper figure.

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