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Emiba's painfully slow painting

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Since I enjoy watching other's progress, and to provide myself with a kick in the rear, I've decided to show my painting progress.

I'm an excruciatingly slow painter because I just can't bring myself to paint below my full capacity and I don't paint regularly enough to become fast. Yet. Lately I've become a bit more regular in my painting and added a wet palette to my tools which have sped up my painting. Some.

So without further ado, here's the currently finished models as well as what's currently on the painting table. Highest priority right now is the Hooded Rider and Mysterious Effigy to round out my starting campaign crew. (Also basing Mr. Graves and two Terror Tots, because painted but not based is just silly.)

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Currently finished.

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On the painting table. (I'm not only slow, I'm also unfocused/undisciplined.) The Tots have been finished since this picture was taken and the Effigy and Rider are further along.

Some pictures of some of the finished models: (I'm considering to switch to a dark background, not sure which works best?)

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Good luck with the motivation! Look forward to seeing more of your work. Love how you've painted the stuff growing out if the models and how well it all gels with the bases.

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Had a painting session tonight. One more session and I should be able to call the painting on this one done.

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Thanks, I tend to gravitate towards muted tones with a details with more vibrant colors. It's just personal preference, I love seeing a colorful model but when I see a well implemented paint job in muted/earthy tones it appeals to me in a different way.

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