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alizardincrimson Does a Were-fox

Were-fox (2)
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richarDISNEY writes:

I love the fact you did them both to represent the 'fox' and the were-fox version…



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26 June 2009page first published

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alizardincrimson2 Fezian writes:

This is a female were-fox set from Bronze Age Miniatures. The minis had little flashing, and were very easy to clean up for painting.

I ran across one problem. The sword of the were-fox in... um... were-form snapped off at the base. I pinned it back in place. Poorly. frown (Alas, the sword broke in transit to our illustrious Editor. My bad... He was able to stick it back together successfully, though!)

Primed with Reaper Pro Paints White Primer.

A note on that: The "new formula" primer seems more gritty than the now discontinued version. Yuck.

I started laying in the medium tones:

Vallejo 891 Intermediate Green for the blouse

Reaper Master Series (RMS) Troll Shadow on the pants

All of the leather started with RMS Woodstain Brown.


The blouse was then highlighted with Vallejo 827 Lime Green.

A little Vallejo 960 Violet on the inside of the jacket vest-thing

The pants acquired a series of thin layers of the same Vallejo 891 Intermediate Green used as the base color on the blouse.

The leather.... I played with thin layers of RMS Intense Brown, Earth Brown and Leather Brown to acquire a pleasingly battered look.