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©2020 Kyrin. (Stage Two of development)
An example of an e-card I made for my sister. The figurine was among my giftware that I used to sell, although she was originally 'plain' in appearance (except for the wings, flowers & hair). I painted her dress and ribbon, which gave it a more personal touch.
She was bought by a friend of a lady who had lost a baby, so I like to think she is a cherished gift.

Hope you like her :)

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Available sizes: 9, 56, 120, 208, & 340
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Thank you mate :)
How kind of you. I actually painted quite a number of figurines (I have photos to show for it too, so I suppose I ought to get in and fish them out of the files hah hah).
I'll tag you in the 9 with the others ;-)


I'll be honoured to solve the 9 or 56, when you can publish either of those Kyrin.


To paint with such precision would take the patience of a saint. No wonder you chose this genre for your figure.

I had a friend who had hand-painted hundreds of little pewter figures, about 1½" / 3.8 cm tall for a human, for his tabletop fantasy role-playing games. He needed a jig with a few padded clips; it held the pieces and a magnifying glass to let him see the belt buckles, hair, jaunty caps etc.
At the time I considered him possessed with his hobby, though we all admired the outcome whenever we gathered.

Your work here is not so achingly finicky, yet the detail is just as seamless.
Just when you think you know a person... another talent shows up to surprise you.


Another e-card I made - hope you like her like my sister does ;-)
@kmccarrel @Peggystarr3 and @robf

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