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Sunday, June 28, 2009

"Him's just a little guy"

This is a Reaper goblin whose belongs to a blister pack (whose number I forget.) This was a great little figure to paint; He stands only 20mm from foot to top of head. He took about 1/2 hour to paint, partially because he was small, and partially because I wanted to keep the paint job simple. I've used Foundry triads of green, brown and silver (with a little white for teeth and to highlight his little bag a bit.) I wanted to keep him somewhat "cartoony." I don't know why, maybe because it's a nice clean paint.
Of all the minis I've painted this week, this one was the most enjoyable, probably because it was almost an instant paint job. But also because this little guy is just so ding-danged cute. And I have more of'em!

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