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I paint small metal and plastic figures and rarely get to play with them. But that is fine with me.

26 July 2017

Griffon








20 comments:

  1. A nice addition to the done pile. I feel that actually finishing things is the best way to restore mojo.

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    1. Thanks Sean - you're all too correct there. I'm looking forward to getting stuck into some more!

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  2. I like it. The orange really sets it off.

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    1. Cheers mate. Felt it would make for a good spot colour in amongst all that beige and brown.

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  3. Barely adequate paint job....

    I'll take it off your hands to spare you the embarrassment. 😀

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    1. Ha! She wouldn't fit in your Sails of Glory games though?!

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  4. Beautiful work! Do not be modest. This is suitable for any game :)

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    1. Far too kind of you mate! Thanks!

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  5. I think you are being a tad hard on yourself with this one Dai, cracking work Sir.

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    1. I'm seeing a trend here... More positivity required on my part it would seem!

      Cheers Michael.

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  6. I love the subtle changes in the plumage, great work!

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  7. I'd say it looks great, I thought it was finished on the last post!
    Best Iain

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    1. Ha! Fair enough Iain. (Though, are our paint-jobs ever truly "finished"?)

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  8. Marvellous work Dai. Lovely plumage and definitely a mini that'll catch the eye on the tabletop or RPG board :-)

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    1. Thankyou Simon - She'll be featuring in my next fantasy setting for sure.

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  9. Lovely work on the feathers. I quite like the colour choices.

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    1. Cheers Dave. It's a bit of a traditional scheme for a Griffon I think, but nothing wrong with sticking with the classics. :)

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    2. True enough, but speaking as someone who has MANY shades of brown paint, it can be tricky choosing aesthetically pleasing brown without going mud like.

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    3. Goodness but you are not wrong there! Prior to starting historical gaming, I'd owned perhaps two shades of brown? Now though, I have more shades of brown, green and grey than I'm sure could be considered healthy! :)

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