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    Great idea with the stripey socks, is the big bad wolf going to show up?
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    Thanks guys! 10; the wolf is indeed going to have a presence, the poor buddy.

    Also, I can finally share a project I worked on for one of the forum members. You might remember this thread http://www.coolminiornot.com/forums/...d-his-mistress well, he got it printed and sent it to me for some painting. He also just launched a KS http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...letop-miniatur I think the prices look very attractive plus a variety of sizes




    Here is the girl I painted.

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    Wow great sculpt there Mr Milosh, a real beauty !
    I have to say thats the best skin tone I've seen you do so far, her body looks like a photo.
    Her hair could do with a bit more work imo.
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    very nice paint job and agree with ten ball one of the best skin tones you've done
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    Thanks guys! I think the realism of the sculpt helped in the painting department, it is a tremendous sculpture.

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    Wow, realy nice sculpt and paint job too. How tall is this little beauty? I realy like that she is sculpted so realisticly.

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    Thanks Ceal; she is the 75mm version of her.

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    Rowr! That kickstarter is tempting...What? No honey this is art. Oh come on, you can't be jealous of little resin -Okay!! Okay!! Put the rolling pin down I pvfyi9ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff fffffffffffffff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zab View Post
    Rowr! That kickstarter is tempting...What? No honey this is art. Oh come on, you can't be jealous of little resin -Okay!! Okay!! Put the rolling pin down I pvfyi9ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff fffffffffffffff
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    I really wish I had the time and resources to do more of these large scale resin kits. It seems like you can pack a lot more into them than minis, but of course everyone I show to gets blown away that I can paint that small in the first place. Nice job Milosh- but question: Are you going to do the big demon that wraps around her?

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    Thanks guys for the kind words. They are a lot of fun Chrispy but I do struggle with those tiny minis.

    Update on the death girl. She is a very small 54mm model, probably closer to 48mm.

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    looking beautiful there. i really am loving the way her skintone is starting to pop.

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    armour colours are growing on me, skin tones are looking really good
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    Wow, Milosh.. she is incrediable! I'm just starting the gold NMM on the boots and arms. Your back armor is much smoother than on the one that I'm working on.. I was thinking that your use of red was too red for the shadows, but you blended them flawlessly. Hopefully I will get mine finished up by this weekend..

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    thanks meaty, wgs and Khonman. I about have the evil lady painted so while I work on building her base I started on another pinup from Andrea. This is one I am scared about because she is sitting on a chair, the whole build looks like a PITA and fragile once complete. We'll see how it goes but here is the start on this girl.

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    Nice mini mr Milosh, you going with a sheer effect on her robe?
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    I am indeed. It wouldn't be complete without something sheer on her.

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    I see lots of minis started over the last few weeks, stay focused my old mate, you know you get excited and we don't want to see more unfinished minis on that shelf
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    the skin tones seem smoother every model you do, and the speed you get them done in is amazing!
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    I hear ya 10, you know me too well. WGS; the AB has helped a lot with both the smoothness and the speed. The more I use it the more I pick up little things I can do with it. There is a steep learning curve but it pays off the more you use it. I do still go in and do most of the highlites with the brush though. Thanks for the kind words sir. How's the mermaid coming along?

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