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  1. Francisco Ortega

    From the album Voices of Mars finished crews

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  2. Francisco Ortega

    From the album Voices of Mars finished crews

    © Voices of Mars

  3. Danube's Guild Crew

    Hey folks. So I'm relatively new to both mini painting and Malifaux, so in an attempt to improve my skills I thought I'd start a log on here and solicit feedback from the community! This is my Perdita, which represents my first attempt at using blending and layering. Up till now, I've simply been base coating my models and dipping them, so this marks a big step forward for me from a technique perspective. The scheme is heavily influenced by ThePrimalAce's YouTube video, which was in turn influenced by Jens' amazing work on CMON. The nips are kinda pervy, but I thought a see-through blouse would be a good way to work on my layering. Like I said, my goal is to improve my skills, so constructive criticism would be greatly appreciated!
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