[Painting Miniatures] vs the unending tide of grey plastic
Unending tides of resin and/or metal are also accepted.
If you have ever picked up a paint brush, touched a paint brush, looked at a paint brush, or maybe just thought about a paint brush one time, you are welcome here.
We have a lot of ridiculously good painters here, but don't get discouraged; practice will help everyone improve, and sharing your progress with the thread is a great way to keep motivation.
Here are some finished works, works in progress, and conversions that I plucked from the last few pages of the previous thread:
And a small bonus - testing macro rings on my camera again:
And a group shot of the current Bayou boys.
blue lenses or glowy green?
First thing I've painted in awhile, a Hero Forge mini for a friend's D&D character. I think I did alright but I can't take pictures for shit.
Hunters and stuff:
And some Mournfang, which I am very pleased with, but it did take my, like, two months to get through four of them, so...
Now we're talking.