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Peithetairos Inactive Member26 Sep 2016 9:42 p.m. PST

Ahoi,

I recently participated in a miniature exchange at my favorite German speaking forum: Sweetwater.

You know the drill: People send each other miniatures to be painted and receive a unique artwork in the end to add to their collection. There were no limitations in terms of period or setting, so I decided to sent out a slightly converted Dragonborn Bones miniature. I am sure it will see quite a bit of play in our DnD campaign.

I received a miniature from a period I was not familiar with at all, namely a musketeer roughly dated to the beginning of the 17th century. Yes, you think right: The three musketiers. Hagen miniatures sells a set called ‘The four musketiers‘, one of which I got in the mail.

Here is the final result:

If you want to see more pictures,read about my rational for the historically inspired colour scheme and the paints used check out my post onDaggerAndBrush

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