By Joy Schoenberger on May 19, 2013
Here are two more figures speed-painted to represent my friends’ D&D characters. They are both from the Reaper Bones line of spin-cast plastic figures. They required no primer.
More photos of both in my gallery: Dwarf, Alchemist
Posted in Finished Work, Gaming | Tagged alchemist, Bones, D&D, dwarf, Reaper Miniatures, Speed Paint | 3 Responses
Really good for speed painting! You are getting VERY good!
Ooh, very nice. So what are your thoughts on the bones?
I love them! Removing mold lines can be tricky, but prep time is still much shorter. I like not having to prime. And they seem to wear better, which makes them ideal for gaming. They don’t scratch as easily.
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