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    That's looking great, good choice of colours.
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    I love the metallics on Ferrus. Good stuff.

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    Since I'm continuing along the HF theme at the moment I should keep this tread going.

    Here's the latest, Madge. At the moment she's looking rough and looking at the snaps I need to go back and smooth her face out a great deal. I'm going for the ruddy look for her. Her head scarf is very dark purple at the moment rather than black (as it's come out in the photo).


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    So, I've been quietly working away on Madge with some improvements. Any feedback would be welcome whilst she's still at this stage.

    Cheers - John






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    I didn't know the Hasslefree minis were so nice, or is it just your very good paintjob. I like the contrast and the palette, can't find any bad sides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DariusZero View Post
    I didn't know the Hasslefree minis were so nice, or is it just your very good paintjob. I like the contrast and the palette, can't find any bad sides.
    John's PJ is good, but HF's minis are a real eye opener, especially to those fed on a junk food diet of GW's latest re-hash.
    Kev White's sculpting is refined but uncomplicated, choosing to concentrate on good proportions, humour, dynamics and real life references, rather than hide poor sculpting and anatomy issues under skullzzzzz and gubbinzzzz....
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    I would refincorce Scott's comments, these minis are lovely to paint. I've learnt more from these than painting loads of stuff with gubbinzzzz. Every painter should try at least one as they give you space to think about what's important on a mini.

 

 
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