Miniature Painting Spotlight: Miniature Restoration – Pegasus

Hello, Dear Readers! I hope your week is going well. I’ve been doing okay, truth be told, and working on a lot of self-care.

In fact, today’s post is about a miniature that is dear to me. It’s my dad’s old mini for one of his favorite characters: the bard Pegasus. Pegasus was an old 1st Edition AD&D bard, where you had to take 6 levels as a fighter, 6 as a thief (rogue), and then 6 as a spellcaster of some sort (he was doing druid). Being a bard was tough back in the day!

Pegasus was a half-elf with golden hair. I know this because, despite the hair being worn away, I called my dad and asked him about the miniature, only to find out which one it actually was!

Here’s where he was and the process I had of restoring him.

One of the “before” photos

And here’s where he ended up going. I tried to color match as much as possible.

He’s like brand new.

I plan to do some minor shading on him and send some pictures to my dad. He was never one of those that painted in a super lot of detail, and he used the old Testor gloss enamel paints, which was interesting. The paints I used covered nicely, in my opinion.

What do you think, Dear Readers?

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Until next time, Dear Readers…

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