Frazer’s Fighter and Witch Hunter

So this weekend I got back to working on my backlog of miniatures to paint. I have slowed down my pace just to try to work on more consistent results. I think, for lack of a better term my painting stamina is not very well-developed and the longer I work, the harder it is for me to maintain control of the brushes for the fine details.

I liked painting each of these miniatures, and I know I didn’t spend the time I should have for removing the flash from the molding processes, but I think they came out well. I have also found that I am fond of using the Reaper Dirty Bone for light tan shirts. I still need to get more colors to round out my options and I don’t know when I will do that, and soon I will need to get more miniatures as well since I am now down to my last four.

Male Frazer's Fighter
Male Frazer’s Fighter

Male Witch Hunter
Male Witch Hunter

Author: Hours without Sleep

I am a professional software tester, who has an interest in programming, computers, role-playing games, history, and reading in general. This is my third attempt at keeping a blog, and I am going to try putting all of my thoughts in one place, and see how it goes.

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