Well, if anyone is interested I thought I would share this.
Last year, August I did one of my first miniatures trying to use some speed painting to get him done. I tried out dipping and this was the first best miniature I did that way.
He appeared in a thread last year called Dipped Dwarf.
That was then.
After about a year of playing around with different techniques here are a few things I've come up with. I'm not actually dipping but am using a sponge to apply and remove varnish.
All of the following units were painted in under 12 hours each. Most took about 6 or 8. Each figure runs me about 1-4 hours depending on various things, but mostly I find the more colors I use is what causes the longer amount of time. Also I am not very good at taking pictures but I hope these show a bit of what I've been able to do using what everyone calls dip. I know these are not near showcase quality but for table top play they have a good heavy protective coat of varnish and are painted fast enough that I consider them speed painted or amry painted and for that I think they look good enough.
Then and now speed painting progress
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