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hello there, pkbhxc here. long time reader, occasional ong poster.
as both an avid (10+ years) warhammerer - 8.5k ong, 3.5 de, 2.5k woc and 2k ig - and an avid stenciller, ive recently embarked on a campaign of greenstuffery to synergise my scalpel skills and nerd passions.
its a good way to offset my mediocre painting, and more importantly, opens up a new part of the hobby for me. with a tendency to say 'yes, and for free' to any gs request, i have a bit of a backlog of stuff to whet the appetite, while i finish my current woc army.
i know there are a lot of very talented lo'ers out there, so c&c appreciated. and yes, i know theres fingerprints in the early ones. and mold lines. im working on changing these bad habits.
so without further ado, we start at the beginning. with a handful of zombies, and a unit of black knights for a chum.
Wow, great job. I looked at the finished painted models last and couldn't tell what was green stuffed.
Rep (few im repping so many tonight!)
"Should take you a while though because of your sloth like pace"
Click here and watch Gedderz try and cross the road
cheers matey! thas very kind of you.
up next, in a somewhat chronological order are my dark elves.
was not a fan of current metal shades/harpies, so had a crack at them myself.
again, quite early on in the greenstuff journey, but was pleased nonetheless. ive seen similar harpies, but not so with my shades.