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BobLew writes:

Great Work. Must order some.

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alizardincrimson2 Fezian of Snitty Snitty Bang Bang! writes:


So here we have two lady gladiators from Bronze Age Miniatures:

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"Lady gladiators"


Delightfully little flashing to be removed.

The weapons were very easy to attach. Just a little bit of superglue, and bending the hands snugly around them.

I wish I had used some greenstuff here to extend the fingers. They look a bit stubby in the final products.

I left the net-wielding lass (retiarius?) attached to the base she came on. The dame with the sword and shield I pinned to a Nexus Games base.


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Ohhhhh look! Primed minis! My primer of choice is Reaper Pro-Paint White Brush-On Primer.


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"Blocking in the flesh tones"

Here I'm taking lousy photos. Oh, and blocking in the flesh tones using the Reaper Master Series flesh tones - Dark Skin with Black shadows, and Fair Skin with Dark Skin shadows.

I also started working on the net lass' linen outfit.

Linen (all Reaper Master Series):

  • Muddy Brown
  • Terran Khaki
  • Polished Bone
  • and white

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"Blocking in more colors"

Blocking in more colors.....


Rosy Shadow for the nipples, BTW.

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"Lady in blue"

Ah! Close-up of the lady in blue. She decided to be a redhead, apparently. The blues here are Derivan paints.

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"Another close-up"

Another close-up, with the metallics being laid in over the same base blue used on the fabrics.

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"All cleaned up"

Here she is all cleaned up.

The skin tone was highlighted with thinned Reaper Master Series Fair Highlight.