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Nordic Barbarian, from toe to top (without axe) 30mm.  First time I tried snow (no, I don't have this snow stuff normally used for bases). I used several little stones and decorative sand for the structures. I'm quite happy with the result :)  And yes, he only has one eye and a scared over face, therefor half of his face is colored in a darker skintone.

Nordic Barbarian, from toe to top (without axe) 30mm. First time I tried snow (no, I don't have this snow stuff normally used for bases). I used several little stones and decorative sand for the structures. I'm quite happy with the result :) And yes, he only has one eye and a scared over face, therefor half of his face is colored in a darker skintone.

Female fighter, forgot the producer. There is no character in our PnP campaign that goes with this miniature, but this one was a very good practice for shading since there are a lot (and I mean A LOT) of scarfs, sheets and cloths on this on. I'm quite happy with the color concept and the way the base came out. Good practice :)

Female fighter, forgot the producer. There is no character in our PnP campaign that goes with this miniature, but this one was a very good practice for shading since there are a lot (and I mean A LOT) of scarfs, sheets and cloths on this on. I'm quite happy with the color concept and the way the base came out. Good practice :)

Human fighter-blackguard (converted to good in our PnP campaign); Reaper Miniatures, from toe to top 33mm. The right half of his face is scared over and he lost his left eye. I chose a barren and rocky base design for him, somehow symbolically matches his life ;)

Human fighter-blackguard (converted to good in our PnP campaign); Reaper Miniatures, from toe to top 33mm. The right half of his face is scared over and he lost his left eye. I chose a barren and rocky base design for him, somehow symbolically matches his life ;)

The very first miniature I ever painted. I re-painted it a bit and added some shadows to the cloak. I know that it is a male miniature but I still used it for my female paladin character. It did fit since she was in the disguise of a young man for quite some time during our campaign ;)

The very first miniature I ever painted. I re-painted it a bit and added some shadows to the cloak. I know that it is a male miniature but I still used it for my female paladin character. It did fit since she was in the disguise of a young man for quite some time during our campaign ;)

Human female fighter. An old miniature of a producer I don't know. I do not absolutely like the face of the miniature, since it was not too detailed, but it is ok. I'm not absolutely happy with the base, either. But I'm learning. I'm still looking for another miniature of a female fighter in proper armor (no chain bikini) and two swords.

Human female fighter. An old miniature of a producer I don't know. I do not absolutely like the face of the miniature, since it was not too detailed, but it is ok. I'm not absolutely happy with the base, either. But I'm learning. I'm still looking for another miniature of a female fighter in proper armor (no chain bikini) and two swords.

Hafling wizard-rogue; some Frodo miniature, from toe to top 21mm.  Since the character loves wealth so much I decided to put some big gold nuggets on the base. I like the contrast between the light grey of the flagstones and the light gold of the nuggets.

Hafling wizard-rogue; some Frodo miniature, from toe to top 21mm. Since the character loves wealth so much I decided to put some big gold nuggets on the base. I like the contrast between the light grey of the flagstones and the light gold of the nuggets.

Hafling mage, I forgot the producer of the miniature. I tried a new combination of colors (violet, blue, red) and I am quite happy with that. I'm not that happy with the base but since it is my first try to paint a marble stone floor it is ok. I like how the crystal changes the color from angle to angle. It was a cheap plastic crystal but it looks ok on this base.

Hafling mage, I forgot the producer of the miniature. I tried a new combination of colors (violet, blue, red) and I am quite happy with that. I'm not that happy with the base but since it is my first try to paint a marble stone floor it is ok. I like how the crystal changes the color from angle to angle. It was a cheap plastic crystal but it looks ok on this base.

Human fighter; unknwon producer.  An older miniature but not that bad. I experimented a bit with the base design; Right now I'm trying different mixtures of sand an stones with twigs and static grass on different bases.

Human fighter; unknwon producer. An older miniature but not that bad. I experimented a bit with the base design; Right now I'm trying different mixtures of sand an stones with twigs and static grass on different bases.

Elven ranger, Reaper Miniatures, from toe to top 33mm.  Yes, I know, biggest sin ever: glossy paint instead of matte lacquer. I will correct that as soon as i get my fingers on a proper finish.

Elven ranger, Reaper Miniatures, from toe to top 33mm. Yes, I know, biggest sin ever: glossy paint instead of matte lacquer. I will correct that as soon as i get my fingers on a proper finish.

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