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    Strickland's Thread

    Thanks both! More soon.
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    Strickland's Thread

    Here's the first of what I hope will be many Malifaux figures I've painted. I'm working on the Marcus, Kirai and Hamelin crews at the moment. Malifaux Sabertooth Cerebus For those interested, more pics and words in a blog post here: https://belchedfromthedepths.blogspot.com/2018/06/malifaux-sabertooth-cerebus.html.
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    Kirai Crew

    I like it and look forward to seeing more. I'm also painting this crew ATM.
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    shaunk's Dark Carnival crew

    Superb, and you've brought a scene to life on top of it.
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    Butch's Minis

    Really nice figures. The pictures of the one in fuchsia under the lamp gave me a special feeling, like I came across an antique find, perhaps porcelain, in an old shop.
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    My Thunders

    Great figures, and I especially like Yan Lo.
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    Guild commission blog

    I admire your work! These are awesome.
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    LunarSol finally gets things painted

    You've done really well here and have a collection to be proud of!
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    Sandmanns painted stuff

    Wow, what a collection. Could look at any one of them for ten minutes. Spattered and weathered just right.
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    Serpentarium's Malifaux Mondays - HEAVY PICS

    Vivid and intense painting! You tease out wonderful expressions on those tiny faces.
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    Kaled's Malifaux crews

    Everything here, really fine work. They look fantastic.
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    Marcus Beasts

    Nice clean painting. They look good! Working on these myself, so far done with the sabertooth.
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    Smaller bases

    Yeah, that's true, I don't need the larger base to have much height. You, they could be paper with a touch of rubber cement even. That plastic/magnet combo stuff can't be cut into circles. I actually use square and rectangular ones for historical figures rom Shogun Miniatures and they are great for that application but not Malifaux figures, which demand a base with precision/perfect finish to match that of the figures themselves. A couple friends have some Malifaux figures but don't actively play. I'm moving next month and will be playing with new folks. Hey, really nice find! I remember searching for steel discs some years ago and not finding anything. Yeah, that would work, I think, but most figures I'd use a 25mm base and they fit inside the lip of a 30mm Proxie base. How smooth are the edges compared to a washer? Yeah, so there are lots of options to do a 2-bases method but still hard to say whether it's worth the fuss and a good part of me still wants to just go with the flow.
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    Smaller bases

    Yeah, that's true, I don't need the larger base to have much height. You, they could be paper with a touch of rubber cement even. That plastic/magnet combo stuff can't be cut into circles. I actually use square and rectangular ones for historical figures rom Shogun Miniatures and they are great for that application but not Malifaux figures, which demand a base with precision/perfect finish to match that of the figures themselves. A couple friends have some Malifaux figures but don't actively play. I'm moving next month and will be playing with new folks. Hey, really nice find! I remember searching for steel discs some years ago and not finding anything. Yeah, that would work, I think, but most figures I'd use a 25mm base and they fit inside the lip of a 30mm Proxie base. How smooth are the edges compared to a washer? Yeah, so there are lots of options to do a 2-bases method but still hard to say whether it's worth the fuss and a good part of me still wants to just go with the flow.
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    Smaller bases

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