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Help Need Feedback on my minis

Posted by Bluefalchion on 22 Nov 2021, 19:32

Here are two minis I photographed recently. Any feedback welcome and appreciated.

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Posted by garpant on 22 Nov 2021, 19:47

That's great! I would say they're turning out really good. Merry Christmas!!!
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 22 Nov 2021, 20:58

Thanks very much! And Merry Christmas to you, too.
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Posted by C M Dodson on 22 Nov 2021, 22:10

Roma victor!

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Posted by Michael Robert on 22 Nov 2021, 22:39

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These minis look a bit static to me. A little bit of shading could do magic…
Keep up the good work
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Posted by Peter on 22 Nov 2021, 22:46

We need a medieval specialist to solve this problem! And the figures are of a different scale! I think they cheated you Aaron! :mrgreen:

Great picture! :thumbup:
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 22 Nov 2021, 22:49

Michael Robert wrote:Aron
These minis look a bit static to me. A little bit of shading could do magic…
Keep up the good work
Michael


Well they throw plenty of shade at me, especially around bed time.
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Posted by Fire at Will on 22 Nov 2021, 23:17

Maybe a wash would improve them?
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Posted by Minuteman on 22 Nov 2021, 23:33

Fire at Will wrote:Maybe a wash would improve them?
:yeah: :-D :-D :-D

Or even a dip in a (warm) bath of a soapy light shade, a few minutes to dry off, and then some (dry) brushing??
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 23 Nov 2021, 02:59

Minuteman wrote: :yeah: :-D :-D :-D

Or even a dip in a (warm) bath of a soapy light shade, a few minutes to dry off, and then some (dry) brushing??


I did try a warm bath with some mild soapy bubbles and it seemed to work well, but then I checked again a few days later and they needed another one!
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 23 Nov 2021, 03:02

Peter wrote:We need a medieval specialist to solve this problem!


The helmets seem to be vaguely medieval, but I can’t quite place the heraldic device on the shields…
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Posted by Graeme on 23 Nov 2021, 04:52

Bluefalchion wrote:Any feedback welcome and appreciated.]


Don't paint them with enamels.

It's difficult to see the heraldic device because both shields are at an angle. To me it looks like a podgy dragon with flames coming out of it's tail. :shock: My best guess would be the Vindaloo Dragon Badge of St. George of Birmingham. :mrgreen:
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 23 Nov 2021, 15:00

Graeme wrote:
Don't paint them with enamels.

It's difficult to see the heraldic device because both shields are at an angle. To me it looks like a podgy dragon with flames coming out of it's tail. :shock: My best guess would be the Vindaloo Dragon Badge of St. George of Birmingham. :mrgreen:


I had a feeling one of the ace modelers on this forum would be able to decipher this mystery. Vindaloo Dragon Badge? To google!
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