Florida Miniature Painting Svs

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Hello,

I am looking for a good miniature painting service - in the Florida area. I
live in Orlando.

I have some 25mm Gladiator and Chariot miniatures I would like to have
paints.

Thanks you...

Scott Kuhr
skuhr@cfl.rr.com
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    Why does the painter need to be in Florida?
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    "GR8BRI10" <gr8bri10@aol.com> wrote in message
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    > Why does the painter need to be in Florida?

    Beats me. I've had several customers in Florida in the past and I live in
    Oregon. Far as I know, the USPO delivers anywhere in the state without
    issue.

    <grin>

    --
    MJB

    Mr. Tin's Painting Workshop:
    http://web.newsguy.com/Mrtinsworkshop/
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    Hoping to keep it local if possible -- but willing to look else where.

    Scott

    "GR8BRI10" <gr8bri10@aol.com> wrote in message
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    > Why does the painter need to be in Florida?
    >
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    I would not limit yourself to just Florida. I have used painters in Ohio,
    Canada, and Great Britain with success. Its best to find someone that comes
    "recommended" and has a good track record for completion of work. Painters are
    an eccentric breed so my advice is to let whomever you find work at his/her own
    pace. Don't rush'm. Good luck. Rick.
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    Marty is about as reputable as you will get. As he has said, made a
    living at this for 10 years but he has been painting much longer than that.

    You could do much worse than Mr. Blow.

    mjc

    Scott Kuhr wrote:
    > Hoping to keep it local if possible -- but willing to look else where.
    >
    > Scott
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    > "GR8BRI10" <gr8bri10@aol.com> wrote in message
    > news:20040424141710.22124.00000096@mb-m01.aol.com...
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    >>Why does the painter need to be in Florida?
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    "Quid Veritas" <quidveritas@earthlink.net> wrote in message
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    > Marty is about as reputable as you will get. As he has said, made a
    > living at this for 10 years but he has been painting much longer than
    that.
    >
    > You could do much worse than Mr. Blow.
    >
    > mjc

    LOL!

    Thanks Mike! But in the interests of full disclosure - Mike's just a wee
    bit biased towards me. He just happens to be the person responsible for
    getting me started in this hobby, what? 25 years ago now?

    Plus he's the very first person who ever paid me to paint toy soldiers when
    I was literally a starving college student. Back in the days when I was
    young and fit and darkly brooding. And now I'm old and fat and grey. Well,
    mostly grey.

    <grin>

    --
    MJB

    Mr. Tin's Painting Workshop:
    http://web.newsguy.com/Mrtinsworkshop/
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