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Hi everyone, I got just my latest order of Malifaux minis and was able to use the weekend and a few days I was off from work (I got sick and I got bored so I was able to paint a bit) to paint the Exorcist and the Brutal Effigy. Here's the Exorcist: I started by painting his coat black (to differentiate him from the regular Death Marshalls) and just gave the leather treatment to his holster and storage pouches. I colored the cuffs of his coat red just add a color contrast. I ended up not happy with the result. The all black coat looked boring so I added touches of blue on areas I thought the light would hit and then washed the whole model in GW Agrax Earthshade. For the base, I mainly built in greenstuff with the exception of the triangular rock. It took a while for the green stuff tombstone to dry up and harden and i used some extra Infinity Pan-Oceana crocmen and bagh-mari fins/antenna as smaller grave markers. All in all, I think my Exorcist looks great in the end. Here's the Brutal Effigy: With the Brutal Effigy, I followed the color scheme of my regular Death Marshalls. For the body, I decided to make the Doll part more obvious by matching the color scheme of Constructs I made for Hoffman. Furthermore, I decided to make his coat a darker shade of brown in order to make the whimsical gun and puppet/construct colors pop. Finally, for the base, I applied a ton of green stuff to produce a mound that would hold the mini. I also used some discarded flashes from the blister box to add texture to the scenic base I was making. For finishing touches, I used powdered snow to emphasis the colors on the mini. any comments and suggestions are deeply appreciated.