This miniature seems pretty appropriate to me given how busy life has been lately. Since I got back to down and immediately got sick, I neglected to post these paint jobs at the end of last week, so here they are. I have adjusted the schedule accordingly.
I am traveling for work this week, and so I will post 4 overloaded porters Thursday night. Thank you for your understanding.
In my inbox I couldn’t help but notice that there were many fewer finished dragons than started dragons, so I have decided to give everyone another week. A model this awesome deserves a little extra time. I will amend the mini timeline in next week’s post to compensate. In the interim, look at this:
You might notice there was a real spike yesterday. Someone shared last week’s post on Reddit, and that was the result. Whether it was the awesome tutorial or the dragon that drew such a crowd I can’t say, but the best way to get more people painting their bones are to share these posts and make the aware that we exist. I’m looking forward to seeing more dragons next week!
This week we present not only a flight of half finished dragons, but a rare treat. Below is a tutorial on how to do a particularly beautiful but not-quite-as-complicated-as-it-seems effect (but-still-pretty-complicated.)
This week’s post is not to be missed.
This week we don’t have much participation. Maybe you guys didn’t think this mini was all that interesting, but the painters below will certainly prove that wrong. My house is still a disaster, and I will be sleeping on the couch for at least another week, what’s your excuse?