Dungeons & Lasers - Dragon : Marduk
Thanks. I've pretty much decided that my quality won't improve much more, so I'm starting to hit for quantity It does feel good seeing the pile shrink -- not to mention having cool things to throw in my game ;-)That's a pretty good dragon. And congratulations on whittling down that pile of shame we all have. You're burning through the witches, digging the ditches, and slamming into the back of your Dragula at an astonishing pace!
I don't think I've plateaued yet but I sometimes feel as though I'm not too far off from reaching the point where I'm just not willing to put in the time necessary to improve. The most important thing is that you have fun painting. And no matter what our skill level, a painted miniature looks better than an unpainted one.Thanks. I've pretty much decided that my quality won't improve much more, so I'm starting to hit for quantity It does feel good seeing the pile shrink -- not to mention having cool things to throw in my game ;-)
I'm working on diversifying my skin tones as well. I'm still working on getting decent skin tones and I tend to paint them far paler than I intended. It's much easier to work on aliens.For a variety of reasons, not the least of which to provide more representation for players in my current/future games, I decided to pull a wide sampling of miniatures and repaint for more diverse skin tones. My ultimate goal is to make my games feel more open and inclusive to all people. (and the pictures bring out my short-cummings, but none the less, here we go:
Bones 5 is shipping now, just in time... I need more things to paint (like I need a hole in my head )