Cheap miniature of a shark jumping out of water for tabletop games (D&D i think but not sure). The model was pre-primed and ohh boy what a sh#t pre primer, the paint slips like oil and gave me a lot of headaches but i like the ending result.
The water is some kind of clear resin/plastic and was also a pain to paint (xD) lots of trials and errors.

The paintjob itself (problems aside) was like 2~3 hours just to enjoy a quick paint.

Hope you like it.
  • Melnikov Ivan "Nakatan"

    Wow, really great for 2-3 hour (and for a lot more of work)

    • David_cualquiera

      Thanks a lot, the pictures might be deceiving buy it’s not that big ^^

  • Rhiana, "Cyradis"

    Fun project! Pre-primed figures are such a hassle. I don’t understand why they’re so wanted, even for dedicated tabletop painters. Clear is also a bit tricky to paint - you did well getting the splash effect on it!

    • David_cualquiera

      Thanks a lot for your comment. This was my first pre primed and don’t get it (nor like it lol) but tje mini itself is cool

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  • Peter"Peterpaint"Trenner

    nice Job!!

  • David Batista