Miniatures Painting Reference Art

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Re: Miniatures Painting Reference Art

Post by jonmilton » Wed Jan 04, 2017 5:16 pm

Did you ever snap some shots? I'm especially curious on the alternate townsfolk paint jobs.

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Re: Miniatures Painting Reference Art

Post by jonmilton » Thu Apr 28, 2016 6:01 pm

I did all the grab bag minis (and a couple others) last night, but the lighting was poor. I need to re-shoot them.

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Re: Miniatures Painting Reference Art

Post by jchunick » Wed Apr 27, 2016 7:42 pm

If someone doesn't beat me to it then I can take a pile of photos with proper colour correction for accurate colours, but I have to do it tomorrow - too busy tonight.
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Miniatures Painting Reference Art

Post by jonmilton » Wed Apr 27, 2016 5:25 pm

The Town Guard set from KS3 has a pretty decent front and back reference art image on the store page, but none of the other sets do. Anybody with other pre-painted sets mind taking front and back reference photos for people who want to paint our own to match? (Most useful being the townsfolk.) Or maybe staff could update the store page or put together a PDF paint guide. I can take some pretty good guesses at what the back should look like, but would rather see an example.

Thanks.

On a related note, can anyone confirm if the "Sword & Shield" mini is actually blue vs the rest which are green?
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